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Exotic, multi-racial beauty, Tawny Cypress, began her acting career in the late 1990's. First cutting her teeth in the daytime soap arena, Cypress initially made a name for herself as the charismatic Professor Shambala Stevens on the long-running daytime hit, "All My Children" (ABC, 1970- ), before segueing into primetime roles. A veteran of television's guest-star circuit into the new millennium, Cypress finally hit the big time a few years later with a regular role on the hugely popular hit series, "Heroes" (NBC, 2006-10).

Exotic, multi-racial beauty, Tawny Cypress, began her acting career in the late 1990's. First cutting her teeth in the daytime soap arena, Cypress initially made a name for herself as the charismatic Professor Shambala Stevens on the long-running daytime hit, "All My Children" (ABC, 1970- ), before segueing into primetime roles. A veteran of television's guest-star circuit into the new millennium, Cypress finally hit the big time a few years later with a regular role on the hugely popular hit series, "Heroes" (NBC, 2006-10).

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Bella (2006)
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 Autumn in New York (2000) Melissa
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2000:
Landed her first TV role on the cop drama "NYPD Blue"
2003:
Was a recurring character on "All My Children"
2009:
Nabbed a recurring part on the action series "Rescue Me"
2009:
Landed a supporting role in the crime thriller "Brooklyn's Finest"
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