Lucy Liu - Quotes

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You have to look out for becoming trapped in a place where people want to see you all the time doing one thing.

You have to look out for becoming trapped in a place where people want to see you all the time doing one thing.

Everything I buy is vintage and smells funny. Maybe that's why I don't have a boyfriend.

Everything I buy is vintage and smells funny. Maybe that's why I don't have a boyfriend.

I think you just have to appreciate who you are and hopefully they can see what a superhero is about. ---->>>

I always admired Wonder Woman and the Incredible Hulk - but I don't know if I'd be a very convincing hulk. ---->>>

I've definitely become much more aware of physical stunts. ---->>>

Working on the Samurai sword is very different because your body position has to be very still. It's a much quieter was of fighting. ---->>>

Women who wear kimonos, when the fight, they have to keep their knees together, and when they use a sword, they have to move the sleeves otherwise it gets caught. ---->>>

It's like kill or be killed, that's my thing basically. ---->>>

Once you embody the language, the character comes really naturally, especially when you put the costume on. ---->>>

When you work with chains or any kind of weapons, or just when you're using hand-to-hand combat, you are going to get hurt. ---->>>

You can't look back; you have to keep looking forward. ---->>>

Being Asian in this business is something you have to consider, because sometimes people aren't as open. They'll say, I can't see you with a Caucasian person. ---->>>

The neck is kind of what's sexy in Japan, so you have to have the kimono a little bit back. It was just a whole different way of appealing to what was sexy. ---->>>

Men, when they fight in movies, it's a very different style. Harrison Ford was so cool when he had the whip, and Bruce Lee was such an artist that you couldn't take your eyes off of him. ---->>>

Since we didn't use guns, we wanted to make sure we could earn the ability to win the audience over by making it believable. A lot of what you do when you work out in that mode is use your mental energy. ---->>>

It's so much fun playing Ling, but I have this fear that people are going to run away from me in terror on the streets. They think I'm going to bite their heads off or something. ---->>>

People use location as a language in films, and Quentin uses action as a language in his films. There's really not a lot of violence. It's more of an emotional beat than it is a physical beat. ---->>>

Women like to watch women fight because it makes them feel sort of empowered physically and mentally. They feel kind of jazzed and excited by it. ---->>>

You respect all of these people that you know in the business as actors. And they sort of turn around and say, we really like your work. It's a nice acknowledgment. ---->>>

I try to distinguish my characters from each other. ---->>>

I've never really thought about competing with cartoons. If it ever gets to that point, then just shoot me. ---->>>

If you see the Sopranos, you're not going to be speaking in the Shakespearean English. ---->>>

Japanimation is a whole different art form.

Japanimation is a whole different art form.

Nobody really tells me what's going on, and I find out via the trades myself. ---->>>

They were concerned about the racial issue. They thought it was not a safe issue to go Asian, unfortunately. ---->>>

Biography

Name: Lucy Liu
Nationality: American
Born: 12-02, 1968
Birthplace: Queens, New York City, New York, U.S.
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Occupation: Actress

Lucy Alexis Liu (born Lucy Liu; December 2, 1968) is an American actress, voice actress, director, producer, singer and artist. She became known for playing the role of the vicious and ill-mannered Ling Woo in the television series Ally McBeal (1998–2002), for which she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series (wikipedia)