Lucy Alexis Liu (born December 2, 1968) is an American actress. Lucy starred in the TV series Ally McBeal as the vicious and ill mannered Ling Woo, and has also appeared in several notable film roles, including Charlie's Angels, Kill Bill and Kung Fu Panda.
She's gearing up for the season finale of her hit CBS series "Elementary" and during promotions, Lucy Liu graced the cover of Net-A-Porter's June 2013 issue.
The "Charlie's Angels" beauty slipped into designer items by Gucci and Maison Martin for the Mariano Vivanco-shot spread while opening up about her family's reaction to her career and stepping out of her "action character" box.
In the midst of working on her hit TV series "Elementary," Lucy Liu garnered herself some added exposure by covering Emmy magazine's Issue #2.
While donning designer duds from YSL and Alexander McQueen for the Brian Bowen-shot front page, the "Charlie's Angels" beauty opened up about everything from her past ethnicity challenges in acting to life away from the set.
Out to pay homage to some of Stephan Weiss’ never-before-seen work, Lucy Liu attended the “Connecting the Dots” book launch & exhibition opening at Donna Karan’s Urban Zen Center in New York City on Wednesday (October 17).
The “Charlie’s Angels” beauty looked stylish in an all-black ensemble, as she posed for a few photographs along with fellow guests including models Peter Nemcova and Behati Prinsloo.