The track that Liu is featured on is a mix of hip-hop and distinctly western-style guitar, with a beat that feels like a galloping horse, and features Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def) and Jay Electronica.
While filming Lucky Number Slevin in Montreal, the cast went out for drinks one night. They had a DJ there and I had a great time, but I had to work the next day.
After graduating from Manhattan's Stuyvesant High School, she earned a degree in Asian languages and cultures from the University of Michigan, where she also studied acting, dance, and voice.
Liu's first professional job was playing a waitress on Beverly Hills 90210, something that led to more substantial work on various TV shows, including a regular part on the TV series Pearl.
The 72 images range in style from hints of chinese calligraphy to more western forms of abstraction, accompanied by an assortment of found objects such as butterfly wings, bones and glass.
In something of a surprise—mainly in terms of the speed with which the whole thing happened—Cameron Diaz got married Monday night to Good Charlotte’s Benji Madden.
Diaz’s bridesmaids were reportedly new sister-in-law Nicole Richie (who is married to Benji’s brother, Joel), Drew Barrymore (awww), Diaz’s sister Chimene, and her assistant Jesse Lutz.
Richie and Joel Madden’s son Sparrow fulfilled the ring-bearer responsibilities.
With the exception of a small role as an inmate in the Oscar-winning film Chicago, 2002 brought little recognition for Liu -- Cypher, Ballistic: Ecks vs.
Liu says being the daughter of two Chinese immigrants helped her to value what she had and made her want to help others.
Many die hard fans of the BBC's Sherlock series were flustered that a new American adaptation was to be made - one with a female Watson. ) Not surprisingly, Liu's character on CBS's Elementary, Joan Watson, is the highlight of the show.
But she recently held an exhibit in London under her own name and has published a book filled with her abstract artwork.
The focal point of the exhibition is a piece titled, "Seventy Two," a series of 72 individual ink paintings inspired by the 72 names of God, a concept derived from the Book of Exodus.