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Born: December 2, 1968 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in Queens, NY
1989:
Cast in lead role in University of Michigan production of "Alice in Wonderland"
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Appeared on TV commercials
1991:
Landed early television role on Fox's "Beverly Hills, 90210" as a Peach Pit waitress
1995:
Played memorable recurring role on NBC's "ER" as a woman whose son suffered from complications of AIDS
1996:
Feature debut, a small part in "Jerry Maguire"
1996:
Cast as a regular on "Pearl" (CBS), playing college student Amy Li alongside Rhea Pearlman
1997:
Played an exotic dancer in "City of Industry"
1997:
Played Luke Perry's racist, self-loathing girlfriend on Showtime's "Riot"
1998:
Joined cast of Fox legal comedy "Ally McBeal" as Ling Woo; left show early in fifth season to pursue film career
1999:
Cast as the sadistic dominatrix/hit woman for Chinese mafia in "Payback"
1999:
Landed featured role in "Play It to the Bone"
2000:
Portrayed a kidnapped Chinese princess in "Shanghai Noon" opposite Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson
2000:
Portrayed Alex Munday, one of "Charlie's Angels" in McG's film adaptation of the popular 70s series
2002:
Appeared in small but vital role as murderess Kitty Baxter in "Chicago"
2003:
Re-teamed with Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz to reprise their roles in "Charlie's Angels 2: Full Throttle"
2003:
Played assassin O-Ren Ishii/Cottonmouth in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill"; film released in two parts "Kill Bill Vol. 1" (2003) and "Kill Bill Vol.2" (2004)
2004:
Guest starred on several episodes of NBC's "Joey" as a tough-talking executive producer
2005:
Portrayed a psychologist opposite Keira Knightley in action-thriller "Domino"
2006:
Played the girl next door opposite Josh Hartnett in thriller "Lucky Number Slevin"
2006:
Appeared in one of three short stories about global HIV pandemic "3 Needles"
2007:
Guest starred on ABC's "Ugly Betty"
2008:
Co-starred on short-lived ABC series "Cashmere Mafia," from "Sex and the City" producer Darren Star
2008:
Joined cast of ABC drama "Dirty Sexy Money"
2008:
Lent voice to the character Viper in animated feature "Kung Fu Panda"
2010:
Made her Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning hit play "God of Carnage"
2011:
Again lent her voice to the animated feature "Kung Fu Panda 2"
2012:
Guest starred on TNT's "Southland" as seasoned policewoman Jessica Tang
2012:
Cast as Dr. Watson to Jonny Lee Miller's Sherlock Holmes on "Elementary" (CBS)

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