Lucy Liu hot young
December 02, 1968
5 ft 3 in | 160 cm
34-23-34 in | 86-58.5-86 cm
52 kg | 115 pounds
6 US | 36.5 EU
Lucy Liu was born in Jackson Heights, New York City, United States, on December 2, 1968, is an American hot actress. Young Lucy Liu made her big screen debut in the Hong Kong crime drama movie Rhythm of Destiny (1992) in role as Donna. Her breakthrough role came as Ling Woo in television series Ally McBeal (1998–2002).
She played Alex Munday in action comedy films Charlie's Angels (2000) and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003).
She portrayed O-Ren Ishii in martial arts movie Kill Bill (2003) directed by Quentin Tarantino.
Lucky Number Slevin (2006) crime thriller opposite Morgan Freeman and Bruce Willis
Shanghai Noon (2000) martial arts western comedy with Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson
Gridlock'd (1997) black comedy crime with Tupac Shakur and Thandie Newton
Play It to the Bone (1999) sports comedy drama with Antonio Banderas and Woody Harrelson
The Man with the Iron Fists (2012) martial arts with Russell Crowe and RZA
Afro Samurai: Resurrection (2009) drama fantasy opposite Samuel L. Jackson and RZA
Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002) action thriller opposite Antonio Banderas
Molly (1999) romantic comedy drama opposite Elisabeth Shue and Aaron Eckhart
Rise: Blood Hunter (2007) neo-noir action horror opposite Carla Gugino
Future World (2018) science fiction action Western opposite James Franco, Milla Jovovich and Suki Waterhouse
Set It Up (2018) romantic comedy opposite Zoey Deutch
She voiced character Master Viper in film series Kung Fu Panda.
Her hobbies are rock climbing, skiing and horseback riding.
Speaks six languages.
She studied the Filipino martial arts of kali-eskrima-silat or weapon-based fighting with sticks and knives.
Lives in New York.
Martial arts are art forms and require a great deal of discipline and dedication I so admire people who focus their lives on it, because it's not an easy thing to do.
I'm so proud of my heritage, but yes, I think there's always a danger when people put you on a pedestal. Especially when you're just trying to live your life and pursue your dreams. The intention is not to represent Asian Americans but to be an Asian American who is working as an actress. People often confuse the two. When you are "representing," you have the burden of some people projecting their hopes onto you. This can eventually lead to a certain amount of disappointment. I strive to not deny myself experiences that open up to me. I hope to live without looking back in regret. If people want to join me on the ride, then I'm happy to have them along.
Everything I buy is vintage and smells funny. Maybe that's why I don't have a boyfriend.
When you work with chains or any kind of weapons, or just when you're using hand-to-hand combat, you are going to get hurt.
I try to distinguish my characters from each other.
I try to believe like I believed when I was five...when your heart tells you everything you need to know.
Once you embody the language, the character comes really naturally, especially when you put the costume on.