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Sandra Oh: Canadian actress
Sandra Miju Oh is a Canadian-American actress. She is best known for her starring roles as Cristina Yang on the ABC medical drama series Grey's Anatomy (2005–2014) and Eve Polastri in the spy thriller series Killing Eve (2018–present). She has received numerous accolades, including two Golden Globe Awards and four Screen Actors Guild Awards, and twelve Primetime Emmy Award nominations.


Over the Moon cast say the film is 'life changing' [Video]

Over the Moon cast say the film is 'life changing'

Sandra Oh has said it felt “very important” to be a part of the latescreenwriter Audrey Wells’ on-screen legacy. The Killing Eve star, 49, voicesa character in Over The Moon, a Netflix musical..

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Sandra Oh to star in supernatural horror film 'Umma' [Video]

Sandra Oh to star in supernatural horror film 'Umma'

The film is being produced by Sam Raimi.

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Sandra Oh: 'Killing Eve' not shooting any time soon

"Killing Eve" star Sandra Oh says season four of the hit show, following a cat-and-mouse chase between an intelligence officer and globe-trotting assassin, has been delayed indefinitely by the..
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Worst-dressed at the Oscars: Laura Dern, Sandra Oh, Saoirse Ronan top list

The adjective of the night was loud. Full skirts, feathery sleeves, brazen colors, sparkly gems and dangling fringe dominated the 92nd Academy Awards.
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Matt Damon, Adam Sandler, all women directors get snubbed by Golden Globes nominations

What?! No Matt Damon or Sandra Oh? What about "Cats" and "Us"? The Golden Globes nominations made their picks Monday and left many stars behind.
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