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Born: December 5, 1968 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Undateable John (2014)
A layabout surf teacher who struggles with sobriety has feelings for a beautiful but unsettled young woman he meets in his support group and decides to try and get his act together.
2.
White Frog (2012)
After an 18-year-old boy dies, the picture-perfect life of an Asian-American family falls apart.
3.
Cho Dependent (2011)
A concert film featuring Margaret Cho, the queen of cock-talk and hardcore queer rights activism. Her material covers from her stint on "Dancing With the Stars" to Lady Gaga to the culture shock of moving to the deep south for "Drop Dead Diva".
4.
Miss Representation (2011)
Uncovers how American mainstream media's limited and disparaging portrayals of women contribute to the under-representation of women in power positions, creating another generation of women defined by youth, beauty and sexuality, and not by their capacity as leaders.
5.
I Am Comic (2010)
Stand-up comedians revealing the art and occupational hazards of their craft.
6.
17 Again (2009)
At 17 Mike O'Donell (Zac Efron) was on top of the world; he was a basketball star and was a shoe in for a college scholarship. But on what's supposed to be his big game where college scouts are checking him out, His girlfriend Scarlett reveals that she's pregnant. Mike decides to leave the game and asks Scarlett to marry him. During their marriage, Mike could only whine about the life he lost because he married her. So she throws him out. And when he loses his job, he returns to the only place he's happy at - his old high school. And while looking at his high school photo, a janitor asks him if he wishes he could be 17 again and he says yes. One night while driving he sees the janitor on a bridge and apparently jumps in and he goes after him. When he returns to his friend Ned's house, where he has been staying, he sees that he is 17 again. He decides to take this opportunity to get the life he lost.
7.
Snake, The (2009)
A desperate cad fixates on a troubled young woman, joins her support group, and enables her bulimia. And things only seem to get worse from there.
8.
One Missed Call (2008)
Beth Raymond is traumatized when she witnesses the gruesome deaths of two friends just days apart. Even more disturbing, she knows that both of them had received chilling cell phone messages--actual recordings of their own horrifying last moments. Impossibly, the calls were received days before they died, but each death occurred precisely when and how the messages foretold. The police think Beth is delusional--except for Detective Jack Andrews, whose own sister was killed in a freak accident that bears a strange similarity to the deaths of Beth's friends. Together, Jack and Beth work feverishly to unravel the mystery behind the ominous calls. But even as they get closer to the truth, Beth's cell phone begins to ring with an eerie tune, and the readout displays: "One Missed Call."
9.
Falling for Grace (2006)
Grace Tang is an ambitious, hardworking, young woman determined to work her way up the ladder of life and out of working-class Chinatown. She seems to have done exactly that with an Associate position at a top notch Wall Street investment bank. But more than anything, Grace yearns to be part of th
10.
My Name is Jackie Beat (2006)
Follows the life of one of today's most notorious bad-girl drag performers: Jackie Beat. Backstage we meet Kent Fuher, the man behind Jackie Beat, an incredibly talented performer whose life is ruled by constant doubts and insecurities. As Kent Fuher travels between New York City, Toronto, Los Angel
11.
Bam Bam and Celeste (2005)
A Korean-American woman travels with her black gay male friend to New York to pursue their dream of opening a beauty salon. Along the way, they tackle issues such as sexism, racism and homophobia.
12.
Margaret Cho: The Assassin Tour (2005)
Comedian Margaret Cho roars back onto the screen with her latest concert, featuring fresh doses of Cho's always ground-breaking, controversial and hilarious brand of humor; a raw interpretation of what's happening daily in our ever-evolving or devolving state of the union.
13.
Margaret Cho: Revolution (2004)
In her third comedy concert tour, filmed live in 2003 at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, comedian Margaret Cho returns with the same unbridled, no-holds-barred humor that infused her previous work. Topics include: monogamy (i.e., "when you know their name"), queer youth ("Who wouldn't want a gay
14.
Notorious C.H.O. (2002) as Herself
Filmed live in Seattle, Margaret Cho's second concert film which captures her boisterous stand-up comedy showcase which completed a successful tour to thirty-seven cities throughout North America. Her raw material shows a decidedly female spin on machismo--tough as the perfectly manicured nails of h
15.
Spent (2000) as Shirley
An out of work actor cons everyone he knows into giving him money.
16.
I'm The One That I Want (2000) as Herself
Based on her experiences as the first Asian-American to star in her own sitcom--All American Girl--this is a performance documentary which chronicles Margaret Cho's meteoric rise to fame and her near fatal demise after the cancellation of her groundbreaking series. After ABC's abrupt cancellation of
17.
Tavern, The (1999) as Carol
When best friends Ronnie and Dave decide to open a new Manhattan restaurant together, neither of them really know what they're getting into. Soon Dave loses his day job and Ronnie loses all his free time. Problems develop in their friendship as the two entrepreneurs try to grapple with the new respo
18.
Get Bruce (1999) as Herself
Who do Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Bette Midler and Whoopi Goldberg call the funniest man in Hollywood? A guy you've never heard of until now: Bruce Vilanch. Chances are, when a star needs a little (or a lot of) advice, they'll say two words: 'Get Bruce!' Vilanch has written for every type of aw
19.
Can't Stop Dancing (1999) as Jojo
When a theme park dance troupe in Kansas are laid off, the leader Randy decides the time has come for them to hit the big time. The group, re-named the Stupendous Six, head to Hollywood for a last ditch attempt at fame. Unfortunately, they are terrible, and quite naive about their chances. But if th
20.
Rugrats Movie, The (1998) as Voice Of Lieutenant Klavin
The Pickles family faces the biggest adventure to happen in any household--the birth of a new baby. As Stu and Didi Pickles struggle with changes associated with the arrival of baby Dylan, big brother Tommy Pickles and his band of infant "rugrats" try to return new baby brother Dil to the "hop-sickl
21.
Ground Control (1998) as Amanda
A look at the high-pressure world of air traffic controllers.
22.
Pink as the Day She Was Born (1997)
Would-be rock singer Cherry flees Arizona for Los Angeles' seedy Sunset Strip where she is befriended by a sex parlor worker. Cherry takes a job in the sex trade while searching for a band that can support her burgeoning talent.
23.
Sweethearts (1997) as Noreen
Manic-depressive Jasmine has a blind date on her birthday. When the date arrives and discovers Jasmine's troubled personality, he wants to leave, but she pulls out a gun and demands he stay with her. She is suicidal and wants to have one last good time before she kills herself at sunnrise.
24.
Fakin' Da Funk (1997) as May-Ling
Adopted into an African-American family, Julian, a young man of Chinese heritage, is accepted into the Lee family and grows up as part of a tight-knit community in Atlanta. When his father dies, Julian is left with the responsibility of raising his younger African-American brother Perry. The two boy
25.
Face/Off (1997) as Wanda
An FBI covert terrorism expert, through advanced plastic surgery, assumes the identity of his arch-nemesis, a sadistic terrorist. Things get complicated when the terrorist awakens from surgery, faceless, and forces the doctors to attach the FBI agent's face. Both characters then carry out one another's lives in a game of cat-and-mouse--the FBI agent pretends to be the terrorist while trying to locate and dismantle a nuclear weapon, while the terrorist assumes the role of FBI agent and family man.
26.
It's My Party (1996) as Charlene Lee
Nick Stark is a Los Angeles architect graced with vitality, good looks, loyal friends, a thriving career, a down-to-earth attitude, and an irreverent sense of humor. Lately, however, Nick's vision and memory have been short-circuiting, and his headaches won't go away. Although he looks healthy, he h
27.
Doom Generation, The (1995) as Clerk'S Wife
Amy Blue, a 17-year-old speed princess, her sweet, naive boyfriend Jordan White and a supernaturally sexy drifter, Xavier Red, are forced to embark on a bizarre road trip after Xavier inadvertently blows the head off a QuickieMart clerk. The trio flee into a dislocating world of dizzying, nightmaris
28.
Angie (1994) as 2nd Admissions Nurse
Two best friends, Angie and Tina, are young, working class women from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. When Angie decides to have a baby without marrying the father, everyone in town has something to say about it.
29.
National Lampoon's Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 In. Women (1994) as Connie Tong ("Tonya: The Battle Of Wounded Knee")
Spoof of the stories about Tonya Harding and Lorena Bobbitt. The two parts of this telefilm are entitled: "Tonya: The Battle of Wounded Knee" and "He Never Gave Me Orgasm: The Lenora Babbitt Story."

Writer (feature film)

30.
Margaret Cho: The Assassin Tour (2005)
Comedian Margaret Cho roars back onto the screen with her latest concert, featuring fresh doses of Cho's always ground-breaking, controversial and hilarious brand of humor; a raw interpretation of what's happening daily in our ever-evolving or devolving state of the union.
31.
Margaret Cho: The Assassin Tour (2005)
Comedian Margaret Cho roars back onto the screen with her latest concert, featuring fresh doses of Cho's always ground-breaking, controversial and hilarious brand of humor; a raw interpretation of what's happening daily in our ever-evolving or devolving state of the union.
32.
Bam Bam and Celeste (2005)
A Korean-American woman travels with her black gay male friend to New York to pursue their dream of opening a beauty salon. Along the way, they tackle issues such as sexism, racism and homophobia.
33.
Margaret Cho: Revolution (2004)
In her third comedy concert tour, filmed live in 2003 at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, comedian Margaret Cho returns with the same unbridled, no-holds-barred humor that infused her previous work. Topics include: monogamy (i.e., "when you know their name"), queer youth ("Who wouldn't want a gay
34.
Notorious C.H.O. (2002) as Screenplay (From One-Woman Show)
Filmed live in Seattle, Margaret Cho's second concert film which captures her boisterous stand-up comedy showcase which completed a successful tour to thirty-seven cities throughout North America. Her raw material shows a decidedly female spin on machismo--tough as the perfectly manicured nails of h
35.
I'm The One That I Want (2000) as Screenwriter
Based on her experiences as the first Asian-American to star in her own sitcom--All American Girl--this is a performance documentary which chronicles Margaret Cho's meteoric rise to fame and her near fatal demise after the cancellation of her groundbreaking series. After ABC's abrupt cancellation of

Producer (feature film)

36.
Margaret Cho: The Assassin Tour (2005)
Comedian Margaret Cho roars back onto the screen with her latest concert, featuring fresh doses of Cho's always ground-breaking, controversial and hilarious brand of humor; a raw interpretation of what's happening daily in our ever-evolving or devolving state of the union.
37.
Bam Bam and Celeste (2005)
A Korean-American woman travels with her black gay male friend to New York to pursue their dream of opening a beauty salon. Along the way, they tackle issues such as sexism, racism and homophobia.
38.
Margaret Cho: Revolution (2004)
In her third comedy concert tour, filmed live in 2003 at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, comedian Margaret Cho returns with the same unbridled, no-holds-barred humor that infused her previous work. Topics include: monogamy (i.e., "when you know their name"), queer youth ("Who wouldn't want a gay
39.
Notorious C.H.O. (2002) as Executive Producer
Filmed live in Seattle, Margaret Cho's second concert film which captures her boisterous stand-up comedy showcase which completed a successful tour to thirty-seven cities throughout North America. Her raw material shows a decidedly female spin on machismo--tough as the perfectly manicured nails of h
40.
I'm The One That I Want (2000) as Executive Producer
Based on her experiences as the first Asian-American to star in her own sitcom--All American Girl--this is a performance documentary which chronicles Margaret Cho's meteoric rise to fame and her near fatal demise after the cancellation of her groundbreaking series. After ABC's abrupt cancellation of

Cast (special)

41.
2003 Vibe Awards: Beats, Style, Flavor (2003)
Presentation of the 2003 Vibe Awards hosted by musician/actress Queen Latifah which celebrates the year's best achievements in the genre of urban music.
42.
Richard Pryor: I Ain't Dead Yet, #*%$#@!! (2003)
Special which honors comedian Richard Pryor, featuring footage highlights from his concert performances, recordings, passages from Pryor's personal diary, and testimonials from celebrities who have been influenced by the comedy legend.
43.
Anna Nicole Show Holiday Special, The (2002) as Special Appearance
Anna Nicole and her usual gang celebrate the holidays with some very special guest stars at a holiday party fit for the former playmate.
44.
Miss America (2002) as Interviewee
Documentary that tracks America's oldest beauty pageant -- the Miss America pageant -- from its inception in 1921 as an event to lure tourists to the seaside resort of Atlantic City. The program includes interviews with former contestants, social commentary and pageant footage and photographs.
45.
Maternity Ward: Every Stitch Counts (2000)
Families and surgeons struggle with newborns that need delicate, life-saving surgery.
46.
Norman Jewison on Comedy in the 20th Century: Funny Is Money (1999) as Interviewee
A feature-length documentary on comedy in the 20th century. Using the hype surrounding the finale of "Seinfeld" as a launchpad, Norman Jewison explores the annals of comedy with a focus on its evolution and impact on society. From early radio shows to the slapstick humor of Milton Berle in the 1950s
47.
Comedy Central Presents the N.Y. Friars Club Roast of Drew Carey (1998)
Presentation of the 94th annual Celebrity Roast by the New York Friars Club, honoring comedian Drew Carey.
48.
Pulp Comic: Margaret Cho (1998)
Stand-up comedian Margaret Cho performs before a live audience at the 1998 US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.
49.
Comics Come Home 3 (1997)
Third annual benefit featuring stand-up performances from comedians. This special benefits the Cam Neely Foundation for families of cancer patients, founded by former Boston Bruin's hockey player, Cam Neely.
50.
Out There in Hollywood (1995)
Comedy Central's third comedy special featuring gay and lesbian performers, combining stand-up with comedic sketches.
51.
52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1995) as Presenter
Broadcast of the 52nd annual Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press for achievement in film and television.
52.
16th Annual CableACE Awards, The (1995) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 16th Annual CableACE Awards, honoring excellence in cable television.
53.
Comic Relief VII (1995)
The seventh annual live Comic Relief, to benefit the nation's homeless people.
54.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '95 (1994) as Co-Host (Florida)
Twenty-third annual New Year's Eve celebration with Dick Clark in Times Square and music performers at Walt Disney World in Florida, all ringing in 1995.
55.
Aspen Comedy Festival (1994)
Comedy special hosted by Michael Richards, shot on location at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.
56.
Wonderful World of Disney: 40 Years of Television Magic, The (1994)
Showcase of television programs produced by Walt Disney Studios in its first 40 years. Includes celebrity reminiscences and highlights from many shows.
57.
HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Margaret Cho (1994)
Stand-up comedy performed by Margaret Cho.
58.
Fourth Annual Environmental Media Awards (1994) as Presenter
Presentation of the fourth annual Environmental Media Awards, sponsored by the Environmental Media Association (EMA).
59.
Pair of Jokers: Margaret Cho & Bobby Collins (1993)
Standup comedy starring Margaret Cho and Bobby Collins.
60.
Six Comics in Search of a Generation (1992)
Stand-up comics take a humorous look at the post-baby boom generation.
61.
Bob Hope Presents the Ladies of Laughter (1992)
A special hosted by Bob Hope and featuring several female standup comics.
62.
1995 Screen Actors Guild Awards (1992) as Presenter
Live presentation of the first annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, with honors in four film and eight television categories, as determined by the Guild's 78,000 eligible members.

Writer (special)

63.
HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Margaret Cho (1994) as Writer
Stand-up comedy performed by Margaret Cho.

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