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Elizabeth Berkley

Elizabeth Berkley (born July 28, 1972 in Farmington Hills, Michigan) is an American actress.

Berkley is best known for her role as Jessie Spano in the sitcom Saved by the Bell, which she played from 1989 to 1992.

In 1995, she played the lead role, Nomi, in the movie Showgirls. The sex and nudity-laden movie, given an NC-17 rating in the U.S., was a box-office dud and effectively ruined her career.


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The sex and nudity-laden movie, given an NC-17 rating in the U.S., was a box-office dud and effectively ruined her career. Thuy Trang died upon impact because she did not have her seat belt on. In 1995, she played the lead role, Nomi, in the movie Showgirls. The other woman driver remained unharmed, because she had on a seat belt. Berkley is best known for her role as Jessie Spano in the sitcom Saved by the Bell, which she played from 1989 to 1992. She was hit by another car driven by another woman. Elizabeth Berkley (born July 28, 1972 in Farmington Hills, Michigan) is an American actress. She was driving on Interstate Highway 5 between San Francisco and Los Angeles, California.

Thuy Trang died in a car accident on September 3, 2001, in San Francisco, California. She was also in the played in the movie "The Crow: City of Angels", "Spy Hard," and "Cyberstrike". She played Trini Kwan, the yellow ranger, on the original cast of the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. She graduated from Banning High School and then attended University of California, Irvine, while she also moonlighted as an actress.

In 1980, they were reunited in Little Saigon, California, and she began to learn Kung fu at the age of nine. Thuy's father was contacted and he then petitioned the United States government for political asylum for his family. In 1979, her mother, two brothers and sister, secretly boarded a cargo ship with hundreds of other persecuted Southern Vietnamese and arrived in Hong Kong. government officials to politically pressure the Communist government of Vietnam.

He vowed to bring his family to the United States and work hard to contact U.S. He decided to return home to retrieve his family, but the route was blocked by the North Vietnamese Army, fearing for his life he left South Vietnam and was given political asylum, by the United States. The Communist forces during a fierce battle overcame his battalion, due to their low ammunition and air support. Her father was a soldier in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) and was defending the capital Saigon, from the Communist North Vietnamese Army and their Viet Cong agents, during the Fall of Saigon.

Thuy Trang (December 14, 1973 - September 3, 2001), was a Vietnamese-American actress, and was was born in the Saigon, South Vietnam.

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