Kara Thrace

Kara Thrace (callsign "Starbuck") is a fictional character in the reimagined Battlestar Galactica franchise. Played by Katee Sackhoff, she is a revised version of Lieutenant Starbuck from the 1978 Battlestar Galactica series. She is one of the show's main characters.

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Lee Adama - Character Biography - After The Destruction of The Twelve Colonies
... When Kara Thrace goes missing after being shot down over an unnamed red moon, Lee is at the forefront of the search for the missing pilot ... One to terminate Laura Roslin's presidency after she encourages Kara Thrace to abscond with a captured Cylon Raider ... Lee battles with depression at this time, confessing to Kara Thrace "he didn't want to make it back alive." While on leave on the Cloud 9 luxury liner ...
Someone To Watch Over Me (Battlestar Galactica) - Plot
... Kara Thrace is depressed that her husband, Samuel Anders, is still in a coma, with little good news from Dr ... Thrace makes friends with the bar's piano player, and slowly reveals to him that her father used to play the piano too ... Thrace assists the piano player with writing a new song ...
Lee Adama - Relationships
... Kara Thrace Although the extent of his relationship with Kara Thrace, callsign Starbuck, before joining Galactica has never fully been explained, they share one of the strongest bonds on the show ... It is revealed in the series finale Lee met Kara while she was dating Zak Adama ... The three had a dinner party in Kara's apartment, and a drunken Kara dared Lee to make love to her while Zak was passed out on the sofa ...
Kara Thrace - Critical Response
... Seattle Post-Intelligencer's Melanie McFarland notes ", played with a tomboyish swagger by Katee Sackhoff, is fast becoming the latest in a long line of feminist television icons." Wired's Hugh Hart praises Sackhoff's portrayal "The actress's rough-and-tumble take on the fleet's most mesmerizing fighter jock will doubtless continue to render gender utterly irrelevant." Entertainment Weekly's Jeff Jensen states "Sackhoff has set TV's new standard for action-heroine cool and complexity." Mary McNamara of the Los Angeles Times praised Sackhoff for creating one of the most fabulous female characters on television ... Salon.com's Laura Miller states ...
Battlestar Galactica: Razor - Plot Synopsis (extended Version)
... later becomes Kendra's and then is passed on to Kara Thrace at the end of the show ... Simmering bitterness between Kara and Shaw is exacerbated when Shaw endangers Kara and her wingman in order to defend the battlestar ... Both pilots land safely, though Kara has to destroy a Raider that follows her into Pegasus ...