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LUCY LIU (Viper) has had great critical and commercial success in film, television and on Broadway. Her latest film project, "The Man with the Iron Fists,” directed by THE RZA, co-stars Russell Crowe and is slated for a 2012 release. Liu has three films currently in post production: "Detachment,” directed by Tony Kaye and co-starring Adrien Brody, James Caan, and Marcia Gay Harden; "Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You,” Roberto Faenza's adaptation of the novel by Peter Cameron; and "East Fifth Bliss,” a comedy co-starring Michael C. Hall and Peter Fonda.

Liu made her Broadway debut in March 2010, in the Tony Award-winning play "God of Carnage,” starring as Annette in a cast that included Jeff Daniels, Dylan Baker and Janet McTeer. In January 2010 she made her directorial debut for the film adaptation of the best-selling novel "Half the Sky” by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. Her debut as a producer, the critically acclaimed film "Freedom's Fury,” premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival in 2006.

Some of Lucy's previous film credits include "Charlie's Angels,” "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle,” "Kill Bill,” "Chicago,” "Code Name: The Cleaner,” "Rise,” "Watching the Detectives,” "Domino,” "Lucky Number Slevin,” "3 Needles,” "Shanghai Noon,” "Payback,” "Play It to the Bone,” "Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever” and "The Year of Getting to Know Us.”

On television, Lucy was nominated for the NAACP award for Outstanding Actress for her starring role in the December 2010 Lifetime Network romantic comedy, "Marry Me.” Liu appeared as the unforgettable Ling Woo in the hit Fox series, "Ally McBeal,” a role for which she earned an Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She has also appeared in starring roles on the hit series "Cashmere Mafia” and "Dirty Sexy Money,” and has guest-starred on HBO's "Sex and the City,” "Joey” and "Ugly Betty,” and has lent her voice to such animated hits as "The Simpsons,” "Futurama” and "King of the Hill.”

A passionate human rights advocate, Lucy produced and narrated the powerful documentary "Redlight,” which focuses on the plight of women and children sold into sexual slavery. The film premiered at The Woodstock Film Festival in 2009 and aired on Showtime in 2010.

Liu has been a UNICEF ambassador since 2004 and has traveled to Lesotho, Pakistan, Cote D'Ivoire, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Cairo and Peru.

A native New Yorker, Liu graduated from Stuyvesant High School, attending NYU and later received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan.

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