|Date of Birth||2 October 1967 , Bangkok, Thailand|
|Height||5' 7" (1.70 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Suki Kaiser was born in Thailand in the early 1960s, but because her mother was a missionary, spent a lot of her childhood traveling. She originally studied anthropology and creative writing in Colorado, until a friend suggested acting as a career. After finding success in the world of commercials, Suki left for Hollywood. Four years and little success in LA prompted Suki to relocate to Vancouver (BC), where she ran an acting studio and taught acting classes. It was in Canada that she was first discovered, picking up small roles in unknown independent films, and a number of made-for-TV movies. Her big break came with her recurring role on Nash Bridges (1996) as Nash's sister-in-law, which helped her land a role in the PAX series Hope Island (1999), and the upcoming The Virgin Suicides (1999), co-starring Sofia Coppola, proving that one doesn't have to be under 35 to get a job in Hollywood today. Married in the summer of 1998 to Canadian actor Jonathan Scarfe, the two split their time between Vancouver and Los Angeles.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: D'Amico
|Jonathan Scarfe||(30 August 1998 - present) (2 children)|