Yvonne Strahovski hot young
July 30, 1982
5 ft 9¼ in | 176 cm
34-24-35 in | 86-61-89 cm
59 kg | 130 lbs
10 US | 40.5 EU
Yvonne Strahovski was born in Werrington Downs, Australia, on July 30, 1982, is an Australian hot actress. Young Yvonne Strahovski began acting in school production of comedy "Twelfth Nigh", in role as Viola.
She began her professional acting career in the Australian satirical television show Double the Fist, in episode "Fear Factory" (2004) in role as Suzie. She made her big screen debut in psychological thriller film Gone (2007) in role as Sondra.
Her breakthrough performance came as CIA Agent Sarah Walker in action comedy spy drama television series Chuck (2007–2012).
She got her Broadway debut in a play "Golden Boy" (2012) in role as Lorna Moon, for which she received a Theatre World Award.
Angel of Mine (2019) drama thriller in role as Claire, opposite Noomi Rapace and Luke Evans
The Guilt Trip (2012) road comedy opposite Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen
I, Frankenstein (2014) science fantasy action horror with Aaron Eckhart and Bill Nighy
The Canyon (2009) thriller in role as Lori Conway
Manhattan Night (2016) crime thriller opposite Adrien Brody and Jennifer Beals
He's Out There (2018) horror in role as Laura
The Predator (2018) science fiction action opposite Olivia Munn and Boyd Holbrook
Killer Elite (2011) action thriller with Jason Statham, Robert De Niro and Clive Owen
Edge (2015) Western in role as Beth
All I See Is You (2016) psychological romantic drama with Blake Lively, Jason Clarke and Danny Huston
I Love You Too (2010) romantic comedy opposite Brendan Cowell and Peter Dinklage
The Plex (2008) comedy in role as Sarah
Matching Jack (2010) drama with Jacinda Barrett and James Nesbitt
She won a Teen Choice Award for Choice Action TV Actress for her role as CIA Agent Sarah Walker in action comedy spy drama television series Chuck (2007–2012).
She was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Serena Joy Waterford in dystopian drama web television series The Handmaid's Tale (2017– ).
She played Freya Lewis in Australian drama television series headLand (2005–2006).
Dexter (2012–2013) crime drama mystery series in role as Hannah McKay
24: Live Another Day (2014) limited event television series in role as CIA Agent Kate Morgan
The Astronaut Wives Club (2015) ABC period drama television series in role as Rene Carpenter
Stateless (2020) ABC drama series in role as Sofie Werner
Attended the Santa Sabina College.
Graduated from University of Western Sydney's Theatre Nepean (2003).
She is of Polish descent, her parents emigrated from Tomaszow Mazowiecki, Poland.
Featured in Maxim Hot 100 (2009-2013).
She voiced Batwoman in animated superhero movie Batman: Bad Blood (2016).
Had a nose ring for five years.
She voiced Miranda Lawson in action role-playing video game: Mass Effect Galaxy, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3.
Supporter of PETA.
She voiced Peg Mooring in animated comedy adventure film Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers (2010).
She dated Australian actor Matt Doran (2006-2007).
She married actor and producer Tim Loden in 2017, they have one son. Strahovski and Loden started dating in 2009.
I've always been a very outdoors sort of girl. I'm more a tomboy than a girly girl.
I loved school, I loved putting on my uniform and doing homework every day. I was one of those good students that the teachers liked. I guess that's got to be a pretty nerdy, geeky part of me.
I have a strong dance background. I danced from age five until 18, and that helps a lot. Doing a fight routine is like doing a dance routine.
I didn't grow up with a lot of babies in my life because I only grew up with my parents - I didn't have any brothers or sisters - and I didn't have my family close by.
I was acting since I was a kid, going to drama classes and being involved in every school play and musical that I could get my hands on, so it was something that was a part of me from a very early age.
I love singing. I love singing at home.
My favorite thing about being an actor is that I get to be so many different people in one lifetime. You sort of get to be all of these different characters.
I try to keep my private life private and the acting stuff separate.
I feel like with 'Chuck,' because it was a comedy-based show, it was more cartoon-ish. It was just more playful. We had a lot more fun with it. There was a lot of silliness in there. There were serious moments, as well, and there was a lot of heart in that show, but its baseline was comedy.