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CCH POUNDER of SYFY's WAREHOUSE 13!

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CCH Pounder plays the enigmatic Mrs. Frederic in Syfy’s series Warehouse 13. All other information on Mrs. Frederic is strictly CLASSIFIED. Award-winning actress CCH Pounder last performed on screen in the James Cameron film, “Avatar,” for 20th Century Fox. Other most recent credits include the FOX comedy series, “Brothers,” the feature film “Orphan,” HBO's “The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency,” which garnered Pounder her fourth Emmy nomination (‘Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series’) and the independent feature film “Rain,” which earned praise at the Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival. For seven years, Pounder portrayed Claudette Wyms on the critically acclaimed FX series, “The Shield,” which earned her many accolades including a Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Emmy nomination, NAACP Image Award nominations for Best Actress in a Drama Series, the MIB Prism Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Drama, two Golden Satellite Awards for Performance by an Actress in a Series Drama, the Genii Excellence in TV Award from the Southern California Chapter of the American Women in Radio & TV and the LOOP Award from Lupus LA. Other honors for Pounder include an Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role as ‘Dr. Angela Hickson’ the NBC series “ER” and an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her role in FOX's “The X-Files.” In addition, she received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Spoken Word Album for Grow Old Along With Me, The Best Is Yet To Come and won an AUDI, the Audio Publishers Association's top honor, for Women in the Material World. Film credits include “Bagdad Café,” “Prizzi’s Honor,” “Postcards from the Edge,” “Robocop 3,” “Sliver,” “Tales from the Crypt,” “Face/Off” and “End of Days.”

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