Liz Vassey Measurements, Bio, Height, Weight, Shoe, and More!
A famous American actress who was born on 9th August 1972 in Raleigh, North Carolina is Liz Vassey . She played the teenager role of Emily Ann Sago on the soap opera All My Children, which aired from 1988 to 1991.
Vassey had a recurring role as Dr. Carrie Allen on the series Tru Calling. She starred in several episodes on CBS’s sitcom Two and a Half Men. Vassey had a recurring character as Wendy Simms on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation from 2005 to 2010. At the beginning of the tenth season, she was promoted to a regular cast member and started appearing in the show’s opening credits.
On 1st June 2010, Entertainment Weekly reported that Vassey would not be returning for the eleventh season of the show. Later, Liz Vassey appeared as a guest star in one episode of that season.
She made a cameo as Fury Leika on Joss Whedon’s web-based musical, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog. In 2002, Vassey and her fellow artist Kristin Bauer started a company called Neurosis, which designs and sells slogan-covered women’s T-shirts.
- Weight: 64 kg or 141 lbs
- Height: 5’9″ or 175 cm
- Shoe size: 8.5 US
- Bra size: 34C
- Body measurements: 37-26-37 inches
Further critical details
- Date of Birth: 9th August 1972
- Horoscope: Leo
- Age: 47
- Nationality: American
- Hair Color: Dark brown
- Eye Color: Dark brown
- Spouse/Boyfriend: David Emmerichs
How come Liz Vassey quit CSI?
During the tenth season, Vassey became a regular on the show. Also, her name was put in the opening credits. On June 1, 2010, Michael Ausiello of
Entertainment Weekly said that Vassey’s contract option had not been picked up and that she would be leaving CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
What’s Liz Vassey doing at the moment?
Liz is also a good writer, in addition to being a good actor. During her last season, she co-wrote an episode of CSI. Since then, she has sold six TV
pilots and a TV movie to NBC, Freeform, Universal, Netflix, and the CW, among others.
On ER, Liz Vassey played who?
With Children” (Fox, 1987–1997). In the first season of “ER” (NBC, 1994–2009), she played Liz, a medical student who liked to flirt with the male
doctors in the emergency room. This was her first recurring role on a prime-time show.