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Lauren Tom

Lauren Tom is an Obie Award-winning actress, known for her roles as a dutiful daughter in the film "The Joy Luck Club," as Ross’s girlfriend, Julie, on the classic NBC sitcom "Friends," and as Mrs. Tran on "Supernatural." Lauren also lent her voice talents on the animated series "Futurama" as the much loved character of Amy.

Recently, Lauren starred as a series regular in "Andi Mack" on The Disney Channel from 2016-2019. She also can be seen in the series, "Guillermo Del Toro’s Trollhunters" and "3Below." Currently, Lauren can be seen in a recurring role in Season 3 of the Amazon series, "Goliath," alongside Billy Bob Thornton.

She has also appeared in the films "Grandma" with Lily Tomlin, "Bad Santa," "In Good Company," "When a Man Loves a Woman," "Mr. Jones," "With Friends Like These," "Catfish in Black Bean Sauce," and "Manhood."

On television, Lauren was a series regular as Mai on the ABC series "Men in Trees," NBC’s "DAG" as Delta Burke’s secretary, Ginger Chin and on ABC’s "Grace Under Fire" with Brett Butler. She also did a recurring stint on Showtime’s series "Barbershop."

On Broadway, she has appeared in "A Chorus Line," "Hurlyburly" and "Doonesbury," and has worked with directors such as Peter Sellars and Joanne Akalaitis at the Goodman and Guthrie Theaters, the La Jolla Playhouse and the Kennedy Center.

Her one-woman show, "25 Psychics," an engaging, humorous look at her quest for inner peace premiered at HBO’S U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. The show received Dramalogue Awards for Best Performance and Best Direction.