There’s also another chat with Claudia available to listen to March 2007 and a 2-part telephone interview from July 2009 in which Claudia discusses her audio drama, “Anne Manx and the Empress Blair Project,” her fan-centric memoir, “My Life With Geeks and Freaks,” and her music CD, “Once Upon a Time.”
Claudia returns as Officer Ritts in Mommy, I Didn’t Do it, the sequel to 2013’s “The Wrong Woman.” Ellen Plainview (Danica “The Wonder Years” McKellar) has finally finished law school, is practicing law, and looking forward to spending some much needed time with her 17-year-old daughter Julie. But all that changes when Julie is charged with murdering a teacher she was rumored to be having an illicit affair with. Ellen knows that she can’t trust anyone but herself to defend Julie. During the trial of their lives she uncovers more and more evidence that seems to point to her daughter’s guilt. Ellen refuses to believe it–and is determined to discover the truth–even if it puts her own daughter’s life in jeopardy. The tele-movie also stars Jonathan Bennett, Jaleel White (Family Matters), George Wendt (Cheers), Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Paige Searcy, and Veronica Cartwright (Alien, The Witches of Eastwick).
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Claudia and “Wolf’s Empire: Gladiator” co-author Morgan Grant Buchanan recently appeared on KryptonRadio.com’s “The Event Horizon” program July 16, 2016. This is Claudia’s third appearance on the show. Visit the KryptonRadio.com website for more information or download the MP3 audio file and listen to them discuss their new take on an alternate future history science fiction novel series.
“Wolf’s Empire: Gladiator” is currently available in hardcover and Kindle e-book versions at Amazon.com. The Audible.com version is forthcoming.