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Christy Choi

Christy Choi is a Korean American actress from Seattle, Washington. Christy obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Washington School of Drama where she studied Performance Art. There, she was an active member of the Undergraduate Theatre Society and appeared in several plays and musicals. Following graduation, Christy has since ... See full bio »
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Hidden Agenda
Hidden Agenda Felicity Graves
F**Ked Up
F**Ked Up Monica
Z Nation
Z Nation Brittany
NCIS: Los Angeles
NCIS: Los Angeles Young Woman


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 2017 Hidden Agenda (Video Game)
Felicity Graves (voice)
 2017 F**Ked Up (Video short)
 2017 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
Young Woman
- Kulinda (2017) ... Young Woman
 2016/I Penumbra
Art Buyer
 2016 Grandfathered (TV Series)
Towel Girl
- Budget Spa (2016) ... Towel Girl
 2015 Significant Mother (TV Series)
Hip Girl
- Mixed Doubles (2015) ... Hip Girl
 2014 Z Nation (TV Series)
- Welcome to the Fu-Bar (2014) ... Brittany
 2014 L.A. Waitress: Uncensored (Short)
 2014 Destination H (Short)
 2012 Agent 5 (Short)
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 2014 L.A. Waitress: Uncensored (Short) (writer)
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 2014 L.A. Waitress: Uncensored (Short) (producer)
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