For her role in Star Trek: Voyager she had 2 1/2 hours of make-up, and 45 minutes removal by day.
Mail for Roxann should be sent to:
c/o Star Trek: Voyager
5555 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
One of her favorites books is "Franny and Zooey" by J.D. Salinger.
One of her favorite movies is Life As A House.
She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1980.
Her parents are Richard and Rosalie Caballero.
Roxann Dawson resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Eric Dawson, and their two children. She was pregnant with her first daughter, Emma Rose, during Star Trek: Voyager's fourth season and adopted her second daughter during season six.
She has played a character named "Lt. Torres" in two different projects: Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001) and the TV movie NYPD Mounted (1991).
Reporter: Have you enjoyed directing on Enterprise?
Roxann Dawson: Well, directing for Enterprise is great because I'm so back with my family. I mean, these are the same people, for the most part, that I was working with on Voyager.
Reporter: Are you aware if there are any Voyager movies in the making?
Roxann Dawson: No, no, no. I get asked this a lot. No, no, no.
(Speaking of Star Trek: Voyager)
Roxann Dawson: I did break a door on the set once, and the production was not too pleased with me.
Reporter: In which medium do you prefer to direct?
Roxann: Well, right now I'm loving directing for film. I think directing in the theater is a whole other kind of thing.
Reporter: What do you think the legacy of Voyager will be?
Roxann: I hope that people will watch the reruns and will discover it later on and fall in love with these characters that we've fallen in love with.
Reporter: Are you glad that you can finally cast off B'Elanna's makeup?
Roxann: That's the only thing I will not miss from this show--the makeup was very uncomfortable and restricting.
Reporter: Are you satisfied with where your character ended her journey in the finale?
Roxann: I think that's what's wonderful about it, is characters don't end life. You meet somebody and then you walk away from them, and you know they've got a future and that they'll be moving on and living their life and doing something else.
Reporter: How do you feel about your work on Star Trek?
Roxann: I couldn't be more grateful. I've got a most amazing family, and I'm able to do the thing that I love doing. Star Trek has afforded me some amazing, amazing opportunities, and I will always be grateful, really.
Reporter: How did you start directing?
Roxann: Well, I've always wanted to direct, and I approached them very early on about wanting to learn how and my producers graciously opened their doors to allow me to learn.
Reporter: Do you prefer acting, writing, or directing?
Roxann Dawson: Probably the most creative thing for me at the moment is directing