Lucy Liu
Dubbing voice:
- Melanie Hinze

Lucy Liu & her dubbing voice Melanie Hinze

Profession: Actress & film director 
Birthday: 02.12.1968
Born in: Queens / New York City
Nationality: USA
Height: 160cm
Ex-partners: George Clooney, Zach Helm, Will McCormack, Noam Gottesman

Lucy Alexis Liu is the daughter of Chinese immigrants and grew up in a multicultural environment. She showed an interest in acting at an early age and began taking part in various theater productions during her school years.
After graduating from Stuyvesant High School, Liu first studied Asian Studies at the University of Michigan before deciding to study acting at New York University. During her studies, she gained her first experience in film and television.
In addition to her acting career, Liu is also committed to social and political issues. She actively campaigns for the rights of women and minorities and supports various charitable organizations.
She is also a talented artist and has presented her works in various exhibitions. Her artworks include painting, sculpture and photography.
Her breakthrough came in 1997 when she took on the role of Ling Woo in the popular TV series "Ally McBeal". Her portrayal of a self-confident and sharp-tongued lawyer brought her great recognition and made her known to a wide audience. She was nominated for both an Emmy and a Screen Actors Guild Award for this role.
Liu is also known for her role as Alex Munday in the "Charlie's Angels" movies, in which she starred alongside Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore. The movies were commercially successful and cemented Liu's reputation as an action heroine.
She expanded her repertoire and appeared in films such as "Shanghai Noon" (2000), "Chicago" (2002) and Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill: Volume 1" (2003). Her ability to convince in both action and drama films has made her a sought-after actress.
16 awards & 32 nominations
Lucy Liu has received numerous awards throughout her career, including a Critics' Choice Television Award and a Hollywood Walk of Fame star. She is a respected figure in the entertainment industry and inspires with her versatility and dedication.


We have listed some of her best and most famous films and series here:
2023: Shazam! Fury of the Gods
2012-2019: Elementary (153 episodes)
2012: The Man with the Iron Fists
2006: Lucky Number Slevin
2004: Kill Bill: Vol. 2
1998-2002: Ally McBeal (72 episodes)
2003: Kill Bill: Vol. 1
2003: Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
2002: Cypher
2002: Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever
2001: Hotel
2000: Charlie’s Angels
1996: Jerry Maguire 

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