Sandra Oh
Sandra Oh

Sandra Oh
Sandra Miju Oh (born July 20, 1971) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her role as Cristina Yang on the ABC medical drama series Grey's Anatomy, set

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Oh. Sandra OhOh in 2016BornSandra Miju Oh
(1971-07-20) July 20, 1971 (age 47)
Ottawa, Ontario, CanadaAlma materNational Theatre School of CanadaOccupationActressYears active1989–presentSpouse(s)Alexander Payne
(m. 2003; div. 2006)

Sandra Miju Oh[1] (born July 20, 1971) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her role as Cristina Yang on the ABC medical drama series Grey's Anatomy, set in the United States, which she played from 2005 to 2014. For her role, she earned a Golden Globe Award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and five nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. She also had a supporting role on the HBO drama series Arliss. In 2018, Oh began starring as Eve Polastri in BBC America's murder-mystery series Killing Eve; for her performance, she became the first actress of Asian descent to be nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.

Oh has played notable roles in the American feature films Bean (1997), Last Night (1998), The Princess Diaries (2001), Under the Tuscan Sun (2003), Sideways (2004), Wilby Wonderful (2004), Sorry, Haters (2005), Hard Candy (2005), The Night Listener (2006), Blindness (2008), Rabbit Hole (2010), and Catfight (2016). She has also starred in the Asian Canadian films Double Happiness (1994), The Diary of Evelyn Lau (1994), and Long Life, Happiness & Prosperity (2002). She won the Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role and the Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series for the first two films, respectively.

Contents Early life

Oh was born on July 20, 1971, in the Ottawa suburb of Nepean, to middle-class Korean immigrant parents Oh Junsu (John) and Jeon Young-nam, who had moved to Canada in the early 1960s.[2] Her father is a businessman and her mother a biochemist.[3]

She has a brother, Ray, and a sister, Grace, and grew up in a Christian household, living on Camwood Crescent in Nepean, where she began acting and ballet at the early age of four to correct her "pigeon-toed stance".[4] Growing up, Oh was one of the few youths of Asian ancestry in Nepean.[5][6]

At the age of 10, she played The Wizard of Woe in a class musical, The Canada Goose.[7][8][9]

Later, at Sir Robert Borden High School, she founded the environmental club BASE (Borden Active Students for the Environment), leading a campaign against the use of styrofoam cups. While in high school, she was elected student council president. She also played the flute and continued both her ballet training and acting studies, though she knew that she "was not good enough to be a professional dancer"[4] and eventually focused on acting. She took drama classes, acted in school plays, and joined the drama club, where she took part in the Canadian Improv Games and Skit Row High, a comedy group. Against her parents' advice, she rejected a four-year journalism scholarship to Carleton University to study drama at the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal, paying her own way.

Oh told her parents that she would try acting for a few years, and if that failed, return to university.[8] Reflecting on forgoing university, Oh said, "I'm the only person in my family who doesn't have a master's in something."[10]

Soon after graduating from the National Theatre School in 1993, she starred in a London, Ontario stage production of David Mamet's Oleanna. Around the same time, she won roles in biographical TV films of two significant female Chinese-Canadians: as Vancouver author Evelyn Lau in The Diary of Evelyn Lau (Oh won the role over more than 1,000 others who auditioned); and as Adrienne Clarkson in a CBC biopic of Clarkson's life.

Career 1994–2004: Early work

Oh came to prominence in Canada for her lead performance in the Canadian film Double Happiness (1994), playing Jade Li, a twenty-something Chinese-Canadian woman negotiating her wishes and those of her parents. The film received critical acclaim, with Roger Ebert praising Oh's "warm performance."[11] Janet Maslin of The New York Times also praised her performance, saying: "Ms. Oh's performance makes Jade a smart, spiky heroine you won't soon forget."[12] Oh won the Genie Award for Best Actress for the role.

In 1997 she appeared in the film Bean, playing the supporting role of Bernice, the art gallery PR manager. Her other Canadian films include Long Life, Happiness & Prosperity and Last Night (1998), for which she again won a Best Actress Genie. She was cast in the drama Dancing at the Blue Iguana (2000), playing a stripper at an adult dance club opposite Daryl Hannah. The film received middling reviews,[13] though Oh was praised for her performance. The New York Times review said, "Oh make the most of opportunity to explore the vulnerability below characters' hard-edged surface."[14] The same year, she appeared in the drama Waking the Dead. In 2002, Oh appeared in the family comedy Big Fat Liar, followed by a minor role in Steven Soderbergh's Full Frontal (2002).

Oh received critical acclaim for her six seasons as Rita Wu, the assistant to the president of a major sports agency, on the HBO series Arliss, receiving an NAACP Image Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and a Cable Ace award for Best Actress in a Comedy for her work. She also made several guest appearances on the series Popular (1999) playing a humanities teacher and guest starred in the television series Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Judging Amy, Six Feet Under and Odd Job Jack.

Oh at the Independent Spirit Awards, 2011

In theatre, Oh has also starred in the world premieres of Jessica Hagedorn's Dogeaters at the La Jolla Playhouse and Diana Son's Stop Kiss at Joseph Papp's Public Theater in New York City.

In 2003, she was cast in a supporting role opposite Diane Lane in Under the Tuscan Sun, followed by a supporting role in Alexander Payne's drama Sideways (2004). She considers Sideways and The Diary of Evelyn Lau[8] to be one of the two best movies she has made.

2005–14: Grey's Anatomy

In 2005, Oh appeared in several films, including David Slade's controversial thriller Hard Candy; and the independent anthology drama 3 Needles (2005), opposite Chloë Sevigny and Olympia Dukakis, in which she plays a Catholic nun in an AIDS-stricken African village. The same year, Oh was cast as Cristina Yang in the first season of what became the hit ABC medical series Grey's Anatomy. Oh's long-running role on the show earned her both a 2005 Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, a 2006 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series, and a 2019 Golden Globe Award for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama for her performance in Killing Eve. In July 2009, she received her fifth consecutive Emmy nomination for her work on the series. In August 2013, Oh announced that the program's tenth season would be her final season.[15]

Oh at the presentation of her star on Canada's Walk of Fame in 2011

In addition to her work on Grey's Anatomy, Oh continued to appear in films. She costarred in the thriller The Night Listener (2006), alongside Robin Williams and Toni Collette; in the superhero comedy Defendor (2009); Ramona and Beezus (2010); and in the critically acclaimed drama Rabbit Hole (2010), opposite Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart.

In her only audiobook, she played Brigid O'Shaughnessy in a Grammy-nominated dramatization of The Maltese Falcon (2008), which also featured Michael Madsen and Edward Herrmann. She also has done a few voice roles in animation, including a few guest appearances in American Dragon: Jake Long, the voice of Princess Ting-Ting in Mulan II, and the voice of Doofah in The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends.

Oh was host of the 28th Genie Awards on March 3, 2008.[16] In 2009, Oh performed in The People Speak, a documentary feature film that uses dramatic and musical performances of the letters, diaries, and speeches of everyday Americans, based on historian Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States.[17] During the off-season hiatus from filming Grey's Anatomy in 2010, Oh took the part of Sarah Chen in the British crime drama Thorne. She took intensive dialect coaching in order to play her British character.[18]

On June 28, 2011, it was announced that Oh would receive a star on Canada's Walk of Fame; she was inducted on October 1 at Elgin Theatre in Toronto.[19] In 2013, Oh formally announced that she would be leaving Grey's Anatomy at the end of the tenth season.[15][20] Oh exited the series with the season 10 finale.[21]

2014–present: Further projects

In October 2014, Oh announced that she would be teaming up with Canadian director Ann Marie Fleming to collaborate on an animated feature film titled Window Horses.[22] She also appeared in a supporting role in the comedy film Tammy (2014), playing the wife of Kathy Bates.

In 2015, she starred on the Refinery29 comedy web series Shitty Boyfriends. Oh began filming the comedy film, Catfight (2016), in New York City in December 2015.[23]

Beginning in April 2018, Oh began a leading role in Phoebe Waller-Bridge's BBC America spy thriller series Killing Eve, portraying British intelligence agent Eve Polastri whose quarry is psychopathic assassin Villanelle played by Jodie Comer, with the women developing a mutual fascination.[24] When she initially read the series script, Oh didn't realize she was being considered for a lead, saying she had been "brainwashed" by years of being cast as the leads' best friends.[24] The widely praised series (having received a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes as of May 2018) had already been renewed for a second season before its premiere.[24] Jenna Scherer described Oh in Rolling Stone as "a compulsively watchable actor – expressive and complex, blending wry wit and deep pathos".[25] When Vulture declared Oh the best actress currently on television, critic Matt Zoller Seitz wrote that "It's a tour de force performance, yet so self-effacing and invisible in its effects that you come away thinking that you've seen a crackling yarn with compelling characters rather than a cultural landmark. This is a magic trick of a high order."[26] In 2018 Oh became the first Asian actress nominated for the Best Actress in a Drama Emmy, for that role.[27]

Personal life

Oh was in a relationship with filmmaker Alexander Payne for five years. They married on January 1, 2003, separated in early 2005, and divorced in late 2006.[28]

On July 8, 2013, Oh received the key to the city of Ottawa, Ontario, from Mayor Jim Watson.[9][29]

Oh practices Vipassanā, a Buddhist form of meditation.[30] Oh's work in acting is informed by a loose creative collective that teaches "creative dream work", which fuses Jungian dream analysis with method acting, and aims to bring one's "subconscious work into consciousness".[30]

Filmography Film Year Title Role Notes 1989 The Journey Home Short film 1994 Double Happiness Jade Li 1995 Prey Il Bae Short film 1996 Cowgirl Sarah Hwang Short film 1997 Bean Bernice Schimmel 1997 Bad Day on the Block 1998 Last Night Sandra 1998 The Red Violin Madame Ming 1998 Permanent Midnight Friend 1999 Guinevere Cindy 2000 Waking the Dead Kim 2000 Dancing at the Blue Iguana Jasmine Bulut 2000 Three Lives of Kate Narrator Short film 2001 The Princess Diaries Vice Principal Gupta 2001 Date Squad Alpha Baby Short film 2001 The Frank Truth Herself Documentary 2002 Big Fat Liar Mrs. Phyllis Caldwell 2002 Full Frontal Fourth Fired Employee 2002 Rick Michelle 2002 Long Life, Happiness & Prosperity Kin Ho Lum 2002 Barrier Device Audrey Short film 2003 Under the Tuscan Sun Patti 2003 Owning Mahowny Craps Player Uncredited 2004 Sideways Stephanie 2004 Wilby Wonderful Carol French 2004 Mulan II Ting Ting Voice role 2004 8 Minutes to Love Joy Short film 2005 Hard Candy Judy Tokuda 2005 Break a Leg Young Turk 2005 Cake Lulu 2005 3 Needles Mary 2005 Sorry, Haters Phyllis MacIntyre 2005 Kind of a Blur Joe 2006 The Night Listener Anna 2006 For Your Consideration Marketing Person 2007 The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends Doofah Voice role 2007 Falling Melanie Short film 2008 Blindness Minister of Health 2009 Defendor Dr. Park 2009 The People Speak Herself Documentary 2010 Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey Gal 2000 2010 Ramona and Beezus Mrs. Meacham 2010 Rabbit Hole Gabby 2015 The Scarecrow Evelyn Short film 2014 Tammy Susanne 2016 Window Horses Rosie Ming Voice role, producer 2017 Catfight Veronica Salt 2017 Meditation Park Ava Television Year Title Role Notes 1989 Denim Blues Gwen Television series 1992 Degrassi High: School's Out Waitress Uncredited 1994 The Diary of Evelyn Lau Evelyn Lau Television film 1995 If Not for You Episodes: "Taking a Shower with My Two True Loves", "The Kiss" 1995 Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years Ming Li Episode: "Badlands" 1995 Cagney & Lacey: The View Through the Glass Ceiling Officer Angela Lum Television film 1996 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Mai Chi Episode: "The First Temple" 1996–2002 Arliss Rita Wu Main role: 53 episodes 1999 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Breadcrumb Voice role
Episode: "The Three Little Pigs" 2000 Popular Humanities Teacher Episodes: "Mo' Menace, Mo' Problems", "Under Siege" 2001 Further Tales of the City Bambi Kanetaka Television miniseries 2001 Six Feet Under Porn Starlet Episode: "An Open Book" 2001 Judging Amy Detective Shelly Tran 3 episodes 2001–02 The Proud Family Marsha Mitsubishi 5 episodes 2005–13 American Dad! Katie / Hiko Yoshida Voice role
5 episodes 2005–14 Grey's Anatomy Dr. Cristina Yang Main cast (Season 1–10): 220 episodes 2006 Odd Job Jack Vanessa Episodes: "Jack Ryder Gets Hitched", "My Big Miserable African Honeymoon" 2006–07 American Dragon: Jake Long Sun Park Voice role
6 episodes 2008, 2012 Phineas and Ferb Dr. Doofenshmirtz's Girlfriend Voice role
3 episodes 2009 Robot Chicken Kate Winslet / Sarah Connor Voice role
Episode: "Cannot Be Erased, So Sorry" 2010 Thorne DS Sarah Chen Episode: "Scaredycat" 2011 Sesame Street Fairy Cookie Person 2011 Michael: Every Day Dr. Judy Song Episode: "Ridicule" 2014 Betas Sharron Episode: "Steppin' Out" 2015 Shitty Boyfriends Kathy 6 episodes 2016 Peg + Cat President Voice role
Episode: "The Package Problem / The Train Problem" 2017 American Crime Abby Tanaka 4 episodes 2018–present Killing Eve Eve Polastri Lead role 2018 She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Castaspella[31] Voice role
Episode: "Episode 7" 2019 76th Golden Globe Awards Herself (co-host) Television special Awards and nominations Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref. 1994 Genie Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Double Happiness Won 1998 Genie Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Last Night Won 2004 Boston Society of Film Critics Award Best Cast Sideways Won Phoenix Film Critics Society Award Best Cast Sideways Won 2005 Critics' Choice Movie Award Best Cast Sideways Won Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Nominated Satellite Award Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Grey's Anatomy Nominated Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Sideways Won 2006 Golden Globe Award Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Grey's Anatomy Won Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Nominated Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Won Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Nominated 2007 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Nominated Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Won 2008 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Nominated Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Nominated 2009 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Grey's Anatomy Nominated 2018 Critics' Choice Television Award Best Actress in a Drama Series Killing Eve Pending [32] Gold Derby Award Best Dramatic Actress Killing Eve Nominated [33] Golden Globe Award Best Actress – Television Series Drama Killing Eve Won [34] Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Killing Eve Nominated [35] Satellite Award Best Actress in a Series, Drama/Genre Killing Eve Nominated [36] Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Killing Eve Pending [37] Television Critics Association Award Individual Achievement in Drama Killing Eve Nominated [38] References
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