Christina Moses stars in "Containment" on The CW as Jana Mayfield, a smart, strong-willed data recovery specialist who finds herself trapped inside the walls of a vast urban quarantine, and separated from her boyfriend, Major Lex Carnahan, after a deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta.

Born and raised in Los Angeles by parents who were both involved in the entertainment industry, Christina Moses was exposed to the world of acting at a very early age. Her father was a well-respected acting teacher, writer and director and saw a special gift for the craft of acting in his daughter. While in college at University of California Santa Cruz, Moses joined a multi-cultural theater group that performed for and helped inner-city kids in Los Angeles. Helping kids led her to transfer to Eugene Lang University in New York City, where she finished her degree in education.

On television, Moses has had guest starring roles on "Twisted," "Nikita" and "Star Trek: Phase II." Her film credits include "The Invention of Lying" and "Starship."

Outside of her career, Moses spends her time helping to shed light on the importance of educating young girls, exposing the growing problem of human trafficking and creating more pathways for female driven projects in entertainment. She is a supporter of organizations such as Lotus Outreach International, The Girl Effect and The Geena Davis Institute.

Moses enjoys focusing on a healthy living, hiking, practicing yoga, swimming, dancing and the art of meditation. She believes living an active and balanced life is an important part of an individual's happiness.

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Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA

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