Date Of Birth

August 9, 1972


Actress Liz Vassey was born on August 9, 1972 in Raleigh, North Carolina. After acting for stage plays in the Tampa Bay area, she made her television debut in 1988, taking over the role of Emily Ann Sago in the daytime soap All My Children. It earned her a Daytime Emmy nomination in 1990. Her other early roles include guest roles in Beverly Hills 90210, Married… with Children, Home Improvement and Dawson’s Creek, as well as recurring roles in ER and Pigsty.

Vassey’s most popular role was in the short-lived superhero series The Tick, which earned critical acclaim and a cult following despite running for only eight episodes. She also held a role in another short-lived mystery series, Push, Nevada, and had a recurring role in Tru Calling. She joined the cast of CSI in 2005, appearing as Wendy Simms in a recurring capacity until 2009, when she was promoted to the main cast.

Since then, she became part of Joss Whedon’s online series Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog. This was followed by an appearance on the Chuck Lorre sitcom Two and a Half Men.

Place of Birth

Raleigh, North Carolina

Birth Name

Liz Vassey



Fun Facts

Ranked #74 in Stuff magazine’s “102 Sexiest Women In The World” (2002)

Has a cameo on Joss Whedon’s web-based musical, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, as “Fury Leika”.

Along with Kristin Bauer, Liz runs a company called “Neurosis to a T(ee)”, which designs and sells slogan-covered t-shirts for women. The slogans poke fun at female worries and neuroses, often relating to relationships.


2003-2010: Two and a Half Men (TV series) – Michelle/Kate
2005-2010: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV series) – Wendy Simms
2008-2009: 3Way (TV series) – Mikki Majors
2008: Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (TV series) – Fury Leika
2007: The Cure (TV movie)
2005: Tru Calling (TV series) – Dr. Carrie Allen
2005: Man of the House – Maggie Swanson
2005: Cooked (TV movie) – Dakota
2005: 20 Things to Do Before You’re 30 (TV movie)
2004: Nikki and Nora (TV movie) – Nikki Beaumont
2003: The Partners (TV movie) – Christine Ryder
2003: Veritas: The Quest (TV series) – Bella Nicholson
2002: Push, Nevada (TV series) – Dawn Mitchell/Dawn F. Mitchell
2001-2002: The Tick (TV series) – Captain Liberty
2002: Dragans of New York (TV movie)
2001: Pursuit of Happiness – Renee
2001: Life with David J (TV movie)
2000: Dharma & Greg (TV series) – Kim
2000: 9mm of Love (short) – Julia
1999: Dawson’s Creek (TV series) – Wendy Dalrymple
1998: Fantasy Island (TV series) – Brenda
1998: Maximum Bob (TV series) – Kathy Baker
1997: Home Improvement (TV series) – Donna
1997: Early Edition (TV series) – Mona the Waitress
1995-1997: Brotherly Love (TV series) – Louise Davis/Lou Davis
1995: The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space (TV movie) – Princess Tyra, Pangea’s Leader
1995: Dream On (TV series)
1995: Pig Sty (TV series) – Tess Galaway
1994: ER (TV series) – Liz
1994: Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas (TV movie) – Carla
1994: Diagnosis Murder (TV series) – Ilene Bennett
1994: Wings (TV series) – Courtney
1994: Love & War (TV series) – Stephanie
1993: Murder, She Wrote (TV series) – Candace Bennett/Monica Evers
1993: The Secrets of Lake Success (TV mini-series) – Suzy Atkins
1993: Calendar Girl – Sylvia
1993: Danger Theatre (TV series) – Lexie
1993: Bodies of Evidence (TV series) – Jane Rice
1993: Love, Lies & Lullabies (TV movie) – Chloe
1991-1993: Quantum Leap (TV series) – Barbara Whitmore/Paula Fletcher
1992: Murphy Brown (TV series) – Amy Madrid
1992: Married with Children (TV series) – Lorraine
1992: Herman’s Head (TV series) – Rebecca Woods
1992: Parker Lewis Can’t Lose (TV series) – Mary
1992: Grapevine (TV series) – Janice
1988-1992: All My Children (TV series) – Emily Ann Sago Martin #4/Emily Ann Sago Martin
1992: Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV series) – Marcie St. Claire
1992: Walter & Emily (TV series)
1992: Star Trek: The Next Generation (TV series) – Kristin
1989: Still the Beaver (TV series) – Candy
1989: Superboy (TV series) – Student


5′ 9″ (1.75 m)