One of the most familiar voices in superhero movies has got to be Christopher Judge. Let’s break it down for you, just in case you do not have an idea of who we are talking about, we will help you out. Isn’t that why you clicked on this link to get answers? We guessed as much.
So, it is important to us that those answers are what you will get here. So, let’s work your memory a bit. Do you remember the Stargate franchise? Now, do you remember any impressive acting? Yeah, that’s Christopher. For the most part, Christopher Judge is an American actor, voice-over artist, and screenwriter.
In this article, we would skim on his career, but we would be dwelling on one of his amazing daughters, Catrina Jasmine Judge. You would notice how we said “daughters” because he has more than one. We would try to give you facts about her that you probably never heard of before.
Quick Facts About Catrina Jasmine Judge
While the focus of this article is on Christopher Judge’s daughter, we would also try to give you how the career of Judge has gone. It is important to note that Judge’s career didn’t just peak just like that. It took a lot of perseverance, hard work and determination to get to where he is.
Many may be surprised that Judge used to be a sports personality. Yes, that’s correct. But you know what they say about talent always shining through, even when you try to suppress it.
Early Life of Christopher Judge
Judge was born in Los Angeles, California on October 13, 1964. He was born to parents that we do not have too much information on. He has a younger sibling, Jeff Judge who is also an actor. Right from an early age, Judge had always wanted to be an actor.
This is seen in his interest in drama when in high school. Even though he first became highly involved in sports, he knew from his deepest of hearts that acting was going to be his career path.
Make no mistake, he was quite successful with his sporting endeavour. In an interview, he said this that reechoes his desire to always be an actor. He said: “The television set was my babysitter growing up. I can remember wanting to invoke the feelings that I was getting from television—I wanted to be the one who was the catalyst for those feelings in other people. Performing was something I’ve always known I was going to do.”
He played football for his high school, Carson High School and was a vital member of the football team. He graduated from Carson in 1982.
His immense talent was too strong to ignore. It landed him a scholarship from the University of Oregon, where he played defensive back and safety for the Ducks from 1982 to 1985.
His explosive skill saw him earn the Casanova Award in 1982, an award that is given to the best freshman in the school. In 1984, Judge was a Pacific-10 Conference Selection 1984 before getting another selection the next year, in the Hula Bowl.
Judge’s Professional Career
After his excellence in sports, Judge decided to try out the radio. But it wouldn’t come on a platter of gold for him. So, he enrolled in a contest to host a radio show in Oregon. Not need, but he won.
He would later win another regional contest to host the West Coast FOX KLSR Morning Show; a music talk show that dissects discussions around the best music in the country, while also giving opinions on how the songs were doing on the charts. After doing his bit and gaining vital experience, he decided to move to Los Angeles for greener pastures.
To boost his chances at acting, he started studying at the Howard Fine Studio as soon as he landed in Los Angeles. No sooner, he got acting roles. For someone who had a natural flair for acting, it was easy for him to brilliantly play the roles.
Few of his early movies came in the 1990s. Movies like Cadence, Bird on a Wire, Neon Rider, MacGvger with future Stargate SG-1 star Richard Dean Anderson.
Christopher Judge’s TV shows Appearances
He also made appearances on several TV shows including, 21 Juno Street, House Party 2, Sirens, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
But, Judge’s biggest role came in 1997 when he was a recurring character in Stargate SG-1. The origin of how he got the role is quite hilarious. Some may see it as taking opportunities by force. Others on the other hand may see it as snitching. It gets interesting as you read.
So, Judge had a roommate who was a budding actor while he was away, Judge snooped on his audition notes and realized that he could pull it off. Consequently, he put a call through to his agent to get him an audition. He got the audition and the rest they say is history.
Judge appeared in Stargate Atlantis, The Mentalist, Andromeda, Snow Dogs, A Dog’s Breakfast amongst many other films. On October 26, 2010, he appeared on an episode of NCIS: Los Angeles.
Aside from being an actor, he also writes. For context, he wrote four episodes of Stargate SG-1 episodes. After the network provider cancelled Stargate, Judge wrote a script for a show called Rage of Angels.
Who is Catrina Jasmine Judge?
Christopher, despite his success as an actor, had problems with his marriages. He first married in 1995, when he tied the knot with Margaret Schinke. Together they had three children: Christopher Jordan, Cameron Judge, Catrina Jasmine Judge. They separated in 2001 before they finally dissolved their marriage in 2011.
Judge later married Gianna Patton on December 28, 2011. He has a son with her.
The children are doing well in their chosen paths of profession. For instance, Cameron is a professional Canadian footballer for Toronto Argonauts. Catrina Jasmine Judge on the other hand is a professional model signed to one of the best modelling agencies out there. There isn’t too much known about her.
Is Catrina Jasmine Judge Private?
How do we answer this louder than what you see on your screen? Haha. Anyway, Catrina Jasmine is quite a private person. There aren’t traces of her activities online and that’s rather shocking.
Who is Catrina Jasmine Judge Boyfriend?
Again, there is no record of this fact on the internet. We know she exists, but maybe Catrina just wants to be private.
Catrina Jasmine Judge is a model, even though according to reports, she is more inclined to being an academic enthusiast.