(Chinese: 劉玉玲) is an Taiwanese-American actress, artist, narrator, and film producer who is best known for her roles as Ling Woo on the Fox
legal comedy-drama series Ally McBeal
, Alex Munday
in the 2000
action comedy film Charlie's Angels
and its 2003
sequel, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
. She also voiced Madam Wu
from The Simpsons
and Master Viper
in the Kung Fu Panda
franchise. She starred as Dr. Joan Watson
on the CBS
crime drama series Elementary
For Disney, she voiced Silvermist in the Tinker Bell film series, and Princess Mei in the 2004 direct-to-video film Mulan II. She also played Lia in the 1999 Touchstone Pictures film Play It to the Bone, Princess Pei Pei in the 2000 Touchstone Pictures film Shanghai Noon, Rita Foster in the 2002 Miramax film Cypher, Kitty Baxler in Chicago, O-Ren Ishii in the 2003 Mirmax film Kill Bill and its 2004 sequel, Woman #3 in Home Improvement, Grace Chin in the ABC TV show Ugly Betty, Mia Mason in the ABC TV show Cashmere Mafia, and Nola Lyons in the ABC TV show Dirty Sexy Money. She directed an episode of Luke Cage.
Lucy Liu attending the 40th anniversary celebration of Saturday Night Live in February 2015.
Lucy Liu speaks onstage during the 27th 27th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards in November 2017.
Lucy Liu attending the 76th annual Golden Globes in January 2019.
Lucy Liu poses at her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony in April 2019.
Lucy Liu speaks at the 73rd annual Tony Awards in June 2019.
Lucy Liu speaks at the Why Women Kill panel at the 2019 Summer TCA Tour.