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Klea Scott

Klea Scott



Panama

Age: 54

Born: 25 Dec, 1968

Known for

In Millennium as Special Agent Emma Hollisas Special Agent Emma Hollis

in Millennium
In Intelligence as Mary Spaldingas Mary Spalding

in Intelligence
In Brooklyn South as Off. Nona Valentineas Off. Nona Valentine

in Brooklyn South
In Robbery Homicide Division as Detective Sonia Robbinsas Detective Sonia Robbins

in Robbery Homicide Division

TV Series Starring Klea Scott

IntelligenceIntelligence

Organized crime and the Organized Crime Unit (OCU) work together to achieve the opposing goals of each respective world.


Robbery Homicide DivisionRobbery Homicide Division
CBS, 2002 | Drama, Crime

The show takes an intense, no-nonsense look at the present-day Los Angeles Police Department's Robbery Homicide Division. Lt. Sam Cole is the driven chief detective of a squad that is dedicated to solving some of the worst crimes the city has to offer.


Brooklyn SouthBrooklyn South
CBS, 1997 | Drama, Crime
Rating: 2/5

An American ensemble police drama series following the life of police officers from the 74th Precinct in southern Brooklyn, New York City.Co-created by Steven Bochco (NYPD Blue) it was the first debut TV program to earn a "mature" rating.


MillenniumMillennium
FOX, 1996 | Drama, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 3.9/5

The series was Chris Carter's much anticipated follow-up to the very popular The X-Files. Millennium focused on the work of ex-FBI profiler Frank Black, who had retired but was brought back in as a consultant.