Rhona Mitra
Rhona Mitra
August 9, 1976

Rhona Mitra plays Claire in The Gates, a series that delves into the well-kept secrets of a mysterious gated community. Claire Radcliff looks like she has it all. She has a handsome husband, a lovely daughter, and a stately home. She spends her days baking cookies, keeping her garden, and battling a deadly addiction that is consuming her life.

Originally hailing from the United Kingdom, Rhona Mitra has become one of today's most sought-after actresses due to her memorable roles on television including David E. Kelley's critically acclaimed series "The Practice," "Boston Legal," and "Gideon's Crossing," as well as a memorable story arc on the hit show, "Nip/Tuck." She has since moved on to more roles in film, starring in the thriller, "The Number 23" opposite Jim Carey and Virginia Madsen and the feature "Shooter" with Mark Wahlberg and Danny Glover.

Mitra was recently seen in the futuristic action/thriller, "Doomsday," co-starring Malcolm McDowell and Bob Hoskins, and in independent feature "Boy in the Box" with Josh Lucas and Jon Hamm. In 2009, Mitra also starred in the top-lining Underworld franchise origin story, "Underworld: Rise of the Lycans," co-starring Michael Sheen and Bill Nighy.

Past big screen credits include "The Life of David Gale" opposite Kevin Spacey, "Highway Men" alongside Jim Caviezel, "Sweet Home Alabama" with Reese Witherspoon, "Hollow Man" alongside Kevin Bacon and "Get Carter" starring Sylvester Stallone.