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Amy Okuda

Amy Okuda
Amy Okuda in July 2012
Born Amy Kei Okuda
(1989-03-06) March 6, 1989 (ageĀ 25)
Torrance, California
Occupation Television

Amy Kei Okuda[1] (born March 6, 1989) is a Japanese-American actress, best known for her portrayal of Tinkerballa in the web series The Guild.


Okuda in her early years, focused on basketball, which she played from the age of five.[2] She began dancing in the seventh grade and took up acting a few years later.[2]

She has appeared in television commercials and music videos as a dancer. She has modeled in print ads for Apple laptops and Verizon, has been in commercials for Shoe Carnival and Japanese soft-drink company Suntory, and done voice-over work for AT&T.

More recently she has also landed a role in the TV show Californication with David Duchovny. In 2007, Okuda got the role of Tinkerballa in The Guild, her first recurring role. As of the end of season four, she has been in all of the show's episodes, with the exception of a few Season 3 episodes where she was mentioned but not seen.

In 2010, she appeared in a short educational film about the Spitzer Space Telescope.[3] While flying to Saturn, she observes a giant ring newly discovered in 2009 by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.

In 2011, she appeared in the original music video "Tonight, I'm Frakking You" which is a science fiction and video game parody of the song "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)" by Enrique Iglesias. In the video she appears along with Alessandra Torresani, Kunal Nayyar, and Matthew Brown.

In November 2011, she was cast in a horror-social satire film titled Chastity Bites.[4] She will be playing queen bee "mean girl" Ashley Thorne.

In June 2012, she played as Samantha in YouTube channel's yomyomf BFF series. Later that month, Amy played a recurring role in the web series Away We Happened on the YouTube channel WongFuProductions. The film starred Jen Buescher and Victor Kim.

On Wednesday, April 03 2013 she appeared in the episode "The Bachelor" of The Middle (season 4, episode 19) as Sue's Tennis opponent.

On April 18, 2013 she appeared on Tabletop (web series).


External links

  • Official Website
  • Official Tumblr
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Audio interview with Chris Pope & Mark Eoff, Tech Barbarians
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