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Sandra Miju Oh is a Canadian entertainer who became famous for her role as ‘Cristina Yang’ in the hit medical show series ‘Dim’s Anatomy.’ Her presentation in the series acquired her two ‘Screen Actors Guild’ grants, a ‘Brilliant Globe’ grant, and five ‘Emmy Award’ designations for ‘Remarkable Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.’ Her huge exhibitions in include films like ‘The Princess Diaries,’ ‘Sideways,’ ‘Under the Tuscan Sun,’ and ‘The previous evening,’ have procured her basic praise. After beginning her acting profession as a kid, Sandra made her leap forward job in the TV biopic ‘The Diary of Evelyn Lau,’ at 19 years old. Her exhibition procured her a ‘Gemini Award’ designation and the ‘Cannes FIPA d’Or’ for ‘Best Actress.’ The huge job that she played in the hit TV series ‘Dim’s Anatomy’ set up her in media outlets. While her exhibition as the cheeky associate ‘Rita Wu’ in the ‘HBO’ satire ‘Arliss’ won her a ‘Link Ace’ grant, she got basic approval for her supporting job as a wine pourer in ‘Sideways.’ She has not just cut a specialty for herself in Hollywood, yet has additionally set a model for Asian entertainers in Hollywood.

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Birthday: July 20, 1971

Age: 50 Years, 50-Year-Old Females

Sun Sign: Cancer

Also Known As: Sandra Miju Oh

Born Country: Canada

Born in: Ontario, Canada

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5’6″ (168 cm), 5’6″ Female

Family:-

Spouse/Ex-: Alexander Payne (m. 2003–2006)

father: Joon-Soo Oh

mother: Young-Nam Oh

siblings: Grace Oh, Ray Oh

Sandra Miju Oh was brought into the world on July 20, 1971, in the Ottawa suburb of Nepean, Canada, to Korean migrant guardians, Oh Jun-su and Jeon Young-nam. Her folks had moved to Canada during the 1960s. Her mom is a natural chemist, and her dad is a finance manager. She has a sibling named Ray, and a sister named Grace.
She learned expressive dance and started acting at an extremely youthful age. At the point when she was 10, she played ‘The Wizard of Woe’ in a melodic named ‘The Canada Goose.’
She went to ‘Sir Robert Borden High School,’ where she established the ecological club, ‘Borden Active Students for the Environment,’ and drove a mission against the utilization of Styrofoam cups. In her secondary school, she was the Student Council President.
During her secondary school days, she began playing the flute, took expressive dance preparing, and concentrated on acting. She likewise joined a show club, and turned out to be important for parody bunches called ‘Canadian Improv Games’ and ‘Drama Row High.’
Conflicting with her folks’ desire, she dismissed a four-year news-casting grant at ‘Carleton University to concentrate on a show at ‘Public Theater School of Canada’ in Montreal. She is the main individual in her family who doesn’t have a graduate degree.

On moving on from the ‘Public Theater School’ in 1993, Sandra Oh was projected in the stage creation of David Mamet’s two-character play ‘Oleanna.’ Around a similar time, she landed jobs in ‘The Diary of Evelyn Lau,’ a historical TV film on the creator’s life, and in a biopic of Adrienne Clarkson’s life. Sandra won the previous job after contending with more than 1,000 members who tried out for the job.
She came to noticeable quality with her lead job in the Canadian film ‘Twofold Happiness’ in 1994, where she depicted ‘Jade Li,’ an entertainer battling to adapt to the assumptions of her Chinese-Canadian family.
In 1997, she depicted ‘Bernice,’ a PR administrator, in the film ‘Bean.’ In 1998, she featured in ‘The previous evening,’ a Canadian prophetically calamitous dark parody show film. She then, at that point, showed up in ‘Long Life, Happiness and Prosperity,’ a 2002 Canadian film.
She featured in ‘Stop Kiss,’ a play composed by the American dramatist Diana Son. The play was arranged in 1998 at ‘The Public Theater’ in New York City.
She featured in an American dramatization film named ‘Moving at the Blue Iguana’ in 2000, where she played a stripper working at a grown-up dance club. Around the same time, she was highlighted in ‘Bothering the whole neighborhood,’ a show movie coordinated by Keith Gordon.
In 2002, she assumed a significant part in the American adolescent satire film ‘Huge Liar.’ She followed it up with a minor job in Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Full Frontal.’
She showed up as ‘Rita Wu’ for six seasons in the well-known sitcom ‘Arliss.’ The American sitcom debuted on ‘HBO’ in 1996 and proceeded until 2002.

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She featured on the planet debut of Jessica Hagedorn’s ‘Dogeaters’ at the ‘La Jolla Playhouse.’ The play tended to social, political, and social issues that were common in the Philippines during the 1950s.
Sandra showed up in the American teen satire dramatization ‘Well known,’ playing a humanities educator. The show ran for two seasons from 1999 to 2001 on ‘The WB.’
She is likewise a visitor featured on TV series, for example, ‘Kung Fu: The Legend Continues,’ ‘Dead,’ ‘Making a decision about Amy,’ and ‘Random temp Job Jack.’
In 2003, she featured in a supporting job in ‘Under the Tuscan Sun,’ trailed by a supporting job in the American dark parody show ‘Sideways’ in 2004. In 2005, she showed up in various movies, including David Slade’s thrill-ride ‘Hard Candy.’ She then, at that point, showed up in the autonomous collection dramatization ‘3 Needles,’ in which she played a Catholic religious woman in an AIDS-stricken African town.
Around the same time, she was included as ‘Cristina Yang’ on the hit ‘ABC’ clinical dramatization series ‘Dim’s Anatomy.’ In August 2013, she declared that the show’s 10th season would be her last season.
While dealing with ‘Dim’s Anatomy,’ she at the same time showed up in a few movies. She showed up in the thrill ride ‘The Night Listener’ in 2006; in the parody film ‘Defendor’ in 2009; ‘Ramona and Beezus’ in 2010; and in the widely praised dramatization ‘Bunny Hole’ in 2010.
She likewise did a couple of voice jobs, voicing the personality of ‘Princess Ting-Ting’ in ‘Mulan II’ and afterward voicing ‘Doofah’ in ‘The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends.’ She facilitated the 28th ‘Genie Awards’ on March 3, 2008.
In 2009, she acted in ‘The People Speak,’ a narrative film that included sensational and melodic exhibitions. She likewise showed up in the British wrongdoing dramatization ‘Thorne.’ Before starting her go for ‘Thorne,’ she took preparing from a tongue mentor to play her British person.
In October 2014, she declared that she would team up with Canadian chief Ann Marie Fleming for an energized highlight film named ‘Window Horses.’ The film was delivered in 2016. In the meantime in 2015, she showed up in the satire web series ‘Crappy Boyfriends.’ In 2017, she showed up in the parody film ‘Nasty squabble’ where she played ‘Veronica Salt.’
In 2018, she was cast to play the lead job of ‘Eve Polastri’ in the British covert agent thrill ride TV series ‘Killing Eve.’ The next year, she co-facilitated the 76th ‘Brilliant Globe Awards.’ In 2019, she likewise facilitated a scene of the wwell-knownTV show ‘Saturday Night Live.’

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