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She grew up in Queens, but eventually moved to Los Angeles, California, to pursue her career in acting. A., Liza took up roles in New York theater productions such as “As You Like It”, “The Odyssey”, “The School for Wives”, and Alexandra Cunningham’s “No. Lapira’s first on-screen credit came in the Golden Globes Award-winning series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, in which she played a waitress in one episode in 1999, and later returned to the show to play Forensics Tech in 2007.Her debut on the big screen occurred in 2000 when she appeared alongside Richard Gere and Winona Ryder in the romantic-comedy “Autumn in New York”, while in 2001, Liza played Cheryl Treadwell in an episode of the Golden Globes Award-nominated series “Law & Order”.From 2006 to 2008, Liza played Agent Michelle Lee in 12 episodes of the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated show “NCIS”, while in a busy 2008 she appeared as Det.Yuki Amado in five episodes of Showtime’s Golden Globe Award-winning series “Dexter”, in Matt Reeves’s film “Cloverfield”, and in Robert Luketic’s “21” starring Jim Sturgess, Kate Bosworth and Kevin Spacey.
The contest is won by Rosalee Futch (Kate Bosworth), an attractive young checkout girl who works at a Piggly Wiggly in West Virginia.Liza Lapira was born on the 3rd December 1981, in Queens, New York City USA to father Jim Shannon, while her mother’s name is unknown; however, she’s shared a photo with an older woman and referred her as “mom”.Lapira is of Filipino, Chinese and Spanish ancestry with American nationality.Well, Liza stands at 5ft 2ins, which is equal to 1.57m, while she weighs approximately 114lbs or 52kgs, and her vital statistics are 34-24-34 inches, while her hair is naturally black, and she also has dark eyes.Robert Luketic (Legally Blonde) directs the romantic comedy Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! Famous Hollywood actor Tad Hamilton (soap opera star Josh Duhamel making his film debut) is trying to promote his new movie.
Between 20, Lapira had episodic roles in the Golden Globes Award-winning shows “Sex and the City” (2003) and “The Sopranos” (2004).