Liza Lapira Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth, Movies, TV Shows

Liza Lapira Biography

Liza Lapira is an American actress known for playing Kianna in the 2008 film 21, Special Agent Michelle Lee in the CBS police procedural series NCIS and Ivy, Topher Brink’s assistant in Dollhouse. She has also co-starred in the short-lived sitcoms Traffic Light, Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 and Super Fun Night.

Liza Lapira Age & Height

Lapira was born on December 3, 1981 in Queens, New York, U.S. to parents of Filipino, Spanish and Chinese ancestry. She is 37 years old as of 2019. She stands at a height of 1.57 m.

Liza Lapira Net Worth

The actress is gaining rapid fame in Hollywood day by day and has accumulated an estimated net worth of $3 million from her beautiful TV personality which has the big role in different Hollywood films which results she is paid the huge amount of dollars. And its clear that she makes lots of money from her hard work and fame.

Liza Lapira Ethnicity

born in Queens, New York, Liza Lapira is of Filipino, Spanish and Chinese ancestry. In New York, she acted on stage and in independent films. in 2004, she moved to Los Angeles to work in television.

Liza Lapira Husband | Boyfriend | Dating

Lapira is romantically linked with Choke star Sam Rockwell though she is yet to confirm that, however the 34-year-old beautiful actress is not married. Lapira stated that she is perpetually single and has no interest in having a boyfriend. The actress seemed quite open about her relationship and was never interested dating man. Lapira loves to live an independent life. She admitted that she tried hooking with several men in her past.

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Liza Lapira Career

Stage

Her New York stage credits include As You Like It, The Odyssey, The School for Wives and Alexandra Cunningham’s No. 11 Blue and White. Most recently, Lapira played Suzanne in Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego.

Film

Lapira’s early film credits include director Tony Scott’s Domino and independent feature The Big Bad Swim, which premiered in 2006 at the Tribeca Film Festival. she appeared in J. J. Abrams’ 2008 film Cloverfield as Heather and also appeared in Table for Three and 21. She played Agent Sophie Trinh in the 2009 film Fast & Furious opposite Paul Walker and in 2010, she played Alva in Repo Men. Lapira portrayed Liz, the sharp-tongued friend of Hannah (Emma Stone) in the 2011 film Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Television

Her first major role was a series regular spot on the Showtime TV series Huff. she played neuroscientist Ivy in both seasons of Joss Whedon’s series Dollhouse, appearing predominantly with Fran Kranz and Dichen Lachman.

Her TV credits include recurring roles in Dexter, ER, Monk, Grey’s Anatomy, Law & Order: SVU, The Parkers as Shaquan, Sex and the City, and The Sopranos.

Liza Lapira NCIS as Agent Michelle Lee

Lapira had regular roles as: Agent Michelle Lee in NCIS, Lisa in Traffic Light, Robin in Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, Detective Jacocks in Battle Creek, Leslie Barrett in Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life, and Eve in the CBS comedy 9JKL. Lipira joined the recurring cast of the Netflix limited-series Unbelievable in August 2018.

Liza Lapira Movies

  • 2000 Autumn in New York Charlotte’s birthday friend
  • 2002 Brown Sugar Hot 97 receptionist
  • 2005 Domino Chinegro woman
  • 2006 The Big Bad Swim Paula
  • 2007 LA Blues Sandra
  • 2008 Cloverfield Heather
  • 2008 21 Kianna
  • 2009 Fast & Furious Sophie Trinh
  • 2009 Table for Three Nerissa Direct-to-video
  • 2010 Repo Men Alva
  • 2010 See You in September Monica
  • 2010 Marmaduke Party dog #1 Voice
  • 2011 Crazy, Stupid, Love. Liz
  • 2012 The Happiest Person in America Lara Short film; also associate producer
  • 2014 Someone Marry Barry Single mom at wedding
  • 2017 All I Wish Darla
  • 2018 The Samuel Project Nadia Akiyama

Liza Lapira TV Shows

  • 1999 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Waitress Episode: “Wanderlust”
  • 2001 Law & Order Cheryl Treadwell Episode: “A Losing Season”
  • 2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Rebecca Chang Episode: “Scourge”
  • 2001 The Education of Max Bickford Nia Sheppard Episode: “A Very Great Man”
  • 2002 The Education of Max Bickford Student volunteer Episode: “Money Changes Everything”
  • 2003 Sex and the City Pam Episode: “Pick-A-Little, Talk-A-Little”
  • 2004 Without a Trace Layla Episode: “Legacy”
  • 2004 The Sopranos Amanda Kim Episode: “Sentimental Education”
  • 2004 The Parkers Shaquan Episode: “At Last”
  • 2004–2006 Huff Maggie Del Rosario Main role; 21 episodes
  • 2006–2008 NCIS Michelle Lee Recurring role; 12 episodes
  • 2006 Grey’s Anatomy Noelle Lavatte Episode: “Let the Angels Commit”
  • 2007 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Forensics technician 4 episodes
  • 2007 Monk Dr. Souter Episode: “Mr. Monk Goes to the Hospital”
  • 2007 Queens Supreme N/A Episode: “Mad About You” (unaired)
  • 2008 ER Christine 2 episodes
  • 2008 Dexter Yuki Amado Recurring role; 5 episodes
  • 2009–2010 Dollhouse Ivy Recurring role; 10 episodes
  • 2011 Traffic Light Lisa Reilly Main role; 13 episodes
  • 2012 Psych Tina Episode: “Let’s Doo-Wop It Again”
  • 2012–2013 Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 Robin Main role; 13 episodes
  • 2012 Drop Dead Diva Abby Halstead Episode: “Winning Ugly”
  • 2013 Royal Pains Erika Seelig Episode: “HankWatch”
  • 2013–2014 Super Fun Night Helen-Alice Main role; 17 episodes
  • 2014 Blue Bloods Skye Bishop Episode: “Insult to Injury”
  • 2014 Power Grace Pak Episode: “Who You With?”
  • 2015 Battle Creek Detective Jacocks Recurring role; 12 episodes
  • 2015, 2017 Con Man Brenda White Web series; 5 episodes
  • 2016 Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life Leslie Barrett Main role; 13 episodes
  • 2016 Angel from Hell Jill Episode: Pilot
  • 2017–2018 9JKL Eve Main role; 16 episodes
  • 2018 Animal Kingdom Episode: Wolves
  • 2018 The Good Doctor Nurse Ann Flores Episode: “36 Hours”
  • 2019 Unbelievable Recurring role; 8 episodes
  • 2019 NCIS: New Orleans Aminta Jax Episode: Crab Mentality