Julia Ling

Most notably known for her work on prime time television on shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer, House (FOX), ER, Grey's Anatomy, The OC, 8 Simple Rules (Disney), The Deep End (ABC), and the critically acclaimed Aaron Sorkin series, Studio 60 On the Sunset Strip, Julia Ling starred as the popular Anna Wu on Chuck (NBC).

After voicing the live action character "Izumi" for the video game, Command and Conquer (EA), Ling toured the world to raise money for charities. In the 2007 Jackie Chan Disciples martial arts competition, Ling was selected as a Finalist to compete in the International Top 100 and won "Best Acting Award" for her performance.

As a dancer, her award-winning solo performance aired on national television when she was 8. At sixteen, she was selected as a State Finalist in the "Miss America Pageant" and was awarded by Congressman David Dreier for over one hundred of hours of volunteer service to the local hospital. Ling majored in chemical engineering at UCLA where she was Vice President of Engineering Society.

Recently, Ling joined the star cast of FOX sitcom, I Hate My Teenage Daughter, voiced a sketch for Conan O'Brien, and performed opposite Academy Award winner Adrien Brody in the movie, High School.