Raised in Southern California by film and TV industry professionals, Christina Moses wasn't interested in acting until she discovered theater in junior high. Her first professional work came in 2007 on "Star Trek New Voyages," the fan-created web series that followed the crew of the Starship Enterprise on the final year of their five-year journey. In 2010, she appeared in the low-budget slasher film "Machete Joe" (2010), and the following year had a guest spot on "Nikita" (The CW, 2010-13). She made a brief appearance in a small role on "Twisted" (ABC Family, 2013-14) and had a supporting part in the feature "Odd Brodsky" (2014), written, directed and produced by Cindy Baer. The same year she appeared in the films "Starship: Rising" (2014) and "Starship: Apocalypse" (2014), shot back to back by director Neil Johnson. She was set to debut as a series regular on the show "Containment" (The CW, 2015-16). Adapted from the Belgian show "Corden" (vtm, 2014-), the US version was set in Atlanta, as officials attempt to set up a quarantine zone to contain an outbreak.