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Sofia Milos

Sofia Milos
Sofia Milos attending the "Night of 100 Stars" for the 82nd Academy Awards viewing party at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA on March 7, 2010
Born (1969-09-27) 27 September 1969 [1]
Zurich, Switzerland
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992–present
Website .com.sofiamiloswww

Sofia Milos (born 27 September 1969)[1] is a Swiss-born Italian/Greek actress. She is best known for her role as Yelina Salas on CSI: Miami. She has also had a recurring role on The Sopranos as Camorra Boss Annalisa Zucca, as well as roles in TV series such as Curb your Enthusiasm, Friends and ER.

Milos was born in Zurich, Switzerland, to an Italian father and a Greek mother. The family moved to Rome, Italy when she was a child. In her teens she entered a local beauty pageant, and after winning first prize went on to win the provincial, regional and national contests as well. Milos studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in the United States under acting coach Milton Katselas.

Contents

  • Filmography 1
    • Film 1.1
    • Television 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Over the Line Kristin
1998 Mafia! Young Sophia
1999 Screw Loose Woman in Airport
2000 Ladies Man, TheThe Ladies Man Cheryl
2001 Double Bang Carmela Krailes
2001 Order, TheThe Order Lt. Dalia Barr
2002 Passionada Celia Amonte
2002 Cross, TheThe Cross Boss
2003 Family Jewels Sarah Putanesca
2013 Brentwood Connection, TheThe Brentwood Connection Sofia Milos Short film

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1993-1994 Café Americain Fabiana Borelli Main role (18 episodes)
1994 Friends Aurora Episode: "The One with the Butt"
1995 Platypus Man Stella Episode: "Sweet Denial"
1995 Vanishing Son Gale Heathe Episode: "Lock and Load, Babe"
1995 Weird Science Ali Episode: "Earth Boys Are Easy"
1995 Strange Luck Jill Episode: "The Box"
1995 Shadow-Ops Matya TV film
1996 Mad About You Sarah Episode: "The Award"
1997-1998 Caroline in the City Julia Karinsky Recurring role (20 episodes)
1998 Getting Personal Dr. Angela Lopez Episode: "The Doctor Is In"
1998 Secret Lives of Men, TheThe Secret Lives of Men Maria Main role (13 episodes)
1998 Love Boat: The Next Wave, TheThe Love Boat: The Next Wave Marisol Episode: "Dust, Lust, Destiny"
2000 M.K.3 Milady TV film
2000 Sopranos, TheThe Sopranos Annalisa Zucca Episodes: "Commendatori", "Funhouse"
2000 Curb Your Enthusiasm Richard's Girlfriend Episodes: "The Pants Tent", "Affirmative Action"
2001 Thieves Paulie Episodes: "Pilot", "The Long Con"
2002 Lo zio d'America Barbara Steel TV series
2002 Twilight Zone, TheThe Twilight Zone Francesca Episode: "Future Trade"
2003 ER Coco Episode: "A Little Help from My Friends"
2003-2009 CSI: Miami Det. Yelina Salas Recurring role (60 episodes)
2006 Desire Victoria Marston Regular role (47 episodes)
2008-2009 Border, TheThe Border Special Agent Bianca LeGarda Recurring role (13 episodes)
2011 Tatort Abby Lanning Episode: "Wunschdenken"
2012 Section de recherches Alison Carter Epiosdes: "À la derive", "Rien ne va plus"
2012 First Family, TheThe First Family Silasia Episode: "The First Stay-cation"
2013 1600 Penn Bernice Milbert Episode: "Dinner, Bath, Puzzle"

References

  1. ^ a b Official website

External links

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