Tia Carrere

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Tia Carrere
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Carrere in September 2009
Born
Althea Rae Duhinio Janairo

(1967-01-02) January 2, 1967 (age 53)
Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.
OccupationActress, voice actress, singer, model
Years active1985–present
Spouse(s)
Children1
Musical career
GenresHawaiian
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1992–present
LabelsDaniel Ho Creations
Associated acts Daniel Ho
Website www.tiacarrere.com OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg

Althea Rae Duhinio Janairo [1] (born January 2, 1967), [2] known professionally as Tia Carrere ( /kəˈrɛərə/ ), is an American actress, singer, and former model, who obtained her first big break as a regular on the daytime soap opera General Hospital .

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She played Cassandra Wong in the feature films Wayne's World and Wayne's World 2 ; Juno Skinner in True Lies ; Nani Pelekai in the Lilo & Stitch films and TV series; Queen Tyr'ahnee in Duck Dodgers ; Richard Lewis's girlfriend, Cha Cha, in Curb Your Enthusiasm ; and starred as Sydney Fox in the television series Relic Hunter , as well as Lady Danger opposite RuPaul in Netflix's AJ and the Queen . She appeared as a contestant in the second season of Dancing with the Stars and the fifth season of The Celebrity Apprentice .

Early life

Carrere was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. [1] She is the daughter of Audrey Lee Janairo, a computer supervisor, and Alexander Janairo, a banker. [1] [3] According to Carrere, she is of Chinese, Filipino and Spanish ancestry. [4]

Carrere attended Sacred Hearts Academy, an all-girls school. She longed to be a singer as a child. [5] Although she was eliminated during the first round of her 1985 Star Search appearance at the age of 17, she was spotted by a local producer while shopping at a Waikiki grocery store and was cast in the movie Aloha Summer . [6]

Film and television career

Following this success, Carrere returned to Los Angeles, and after working several months as a model, landed her first role in the American television series Airwolf in early 1985. Her first major breakthrough was in the daytime soap opera General Hospital . She played the role of Jade Soong Chung from 1985 to 1987. She also had a guest appearance on Tour of Duty and The A-Team , which was supposed to lead to her joining the cast; her General Hospital obligations, however, prevented her from joining the team. Her character was dropped after one episode, and was never mentioned again. She also made guest appearances on the shows MacGyver ("The Wish Child") as a karate instructor, and a different assassin character in a later episode ("Murderer's Sky"), on Anything but Love as the adopted daughter of Marty Gold (Richard Lewis), and on Married... with Children as Piper Bauman, a rival of Kelly Bundy, who attempted to steal a modeling job from her.

After appearing in the 1991 action films Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man and Showdown in Little Tokyo , she emerged into the public spotlight when cast as Cassandra, a rock singer and love interest of Mike Myers's character, Wayne Campbell, in Wayne's World (1992), a role she reprised the next year in Wayne's World 2. A trained singer, Carrere performed all of her own songs in the first film, and the Wayne's World soundtrack features her vocals. She turned down a role in Baywatch to audition for Wayne's World. In 1992, People named her to its annual "50 most beautiful people" list.

Other roles in prominent films include the parts of wealthy smuggler Juno Skinner in True Lies, a 1994 Arnold Schwarzenegger action film; a mixed African-Japanese computer expert in Rising Sun, a thriller co-written for the screen by Michael Crichton and based on his novel, starring Sean Connery and Wesley Snipes; robber Gina Walker in The Immortals in 1995; and secretary Victoria Chappell in High School High, a 1996 parody. She also starred as Ari, a space marine turned pirate, in the 1995 adventure/puzzle game The Daedalus Encounter. She also starred as the evil witch/queen in the 1997 Universal Films picture Kull the Conqueror, co-starring versus Kevin Sorbo, and starred in late-'90s M&M's commercials as herself. At the end of the decade, she was cast as Ana Ishikawa in the motion picture of the comic book character Shi , but the film wasn't concreted. [7]

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Carrere at the premiere for Up in May 2009

From 1999 to 2002, Carrere starred as archeology professor Sydney Fox in Relic Hunter, a syndicated action-adventure series strongly reminiscent of the Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider films and video games. At this time, Carrere was featured in the men's magazine Maxim.Relic Hunter lasted for a total of three contracted television seasons. Carrere then provided the voice of Lilo's sister Nani in the animated film Lilo & Stitch (2002) and its spinoffs, as well as the voice of Queen Tyr'ahnee from the 2003 Duck Dodgers animated series. She also provided the voice of Snookie in the 2005 animated film Aloha, Scooby-Doo! [8]

She participated as a contestant on the popular reality show Dancing with the Stars , and eventually placed sixth overall. Carrere later participated in the fifth season of The Celebrity Apprentice, but her "apprenticeship" to Donald Trump, the "boss" of the show, was terminated in that season's fifth week.

Carrere posed nude for the January 2003 issue of Playboy . The photos were republished in the German December 2006 issue of the magazine. She has appeared as a guest star on a number of television shows, including Back to You , Nip/Tuck , and Warehouse 13 . She has also appeared in several episodes of season six of Curb Your Enthusiasm as Richard Lewis's girlfriend. In 2020, Carrere began a regular role as Lady Danger on the Netflix series AJ and the Queen. [9]

Music career

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Carrere at the Filipino American Library Spirit Awards

Carrere has continued to nurture her singing career. In 1993, her first solo album, Dream, produced by Matt Prinz, was released, and went platinum in the Philippines. That same year, she was featured on the soundtrack of Batman: Mask of the Phantasm , performing the ending theme, "I Never Even Told You". Her second album, Hawaiiana, was released in June 2007 and takes Carrere back to her Hawaiian roots with four-time Grammy Award-winning record producer Daniel Ho accompanying her on classic solo slack-key guitar and ukulele. The album was nominated for a 2008 Grammy Award under the category Best Hawaiian Music Album. [10]

In 2009, she acted as co-host for the pre-Grammy Awards telecast online event alongside Wayne Brady. [11] She won a Grammy Award in 2009 for her third album 'Ikena, which was also produced by Ho, and was a finalist at the 2010 for He Nani, the third album she had recorded with Ho as her producer. In 2011, she won another Grammy Award (Best Hawaiian Music Album) for her album Huana Ke Aloha.

Personal life

Carrere married film producer Elie Samaha in 1992. [6] Samaha and Carrere divorced in February 2000. [12]

On November 30, 2002, she married photojournalist Simon Wakelin. They have a daughter. On April 2, 2010, Carrere filed for divorce in person at Los Angeles County Superior Court. According to court documents she cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the divorce and asked for sole physical custody of their daughter. [13] Their divorce was finalized in August 2010, with the two of them reportedly sharing custody of their daughter. [14] She lives in Los Angeles.

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1987 Zombie Nightmare Amy
1988 Aloha Summer LaniActing debut [Note 1]
1989 Fine Gold Stella
1990 Enemy Mai ChangDirect-to-video
1991 Showdown in Little Tokyo Minako Okeya
1991 Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man Kimiko
1992 Wayne's World Cassandra
1992 Little Sister Adrienne
1993 Rising Sun Jingo Asakuma
1993QuickJanet SakamotoDirect-to-video
1993TreacherousDr. Jessica JamisonDirect-to-video
1993 Wayne's World 2 Cassandra Wong
1994 True Lies Juno Skinner
1995 Jury Duty Monica
1995 The Immortals Gina WalkerDirect-to-video also Associate Producer
1995Hostile IntentionsNoraDirect-to-video
1996 Hollow Point Diane Norwood
1996 High School High Victoria Chapell
1996Natural EnemyChristinaDirect-to-video
1997 Kull the Conqueror Akivasha
1997 Top of the World Rebecca Mercer
1998 Scar City Candy
1998 20 Dates Herself (uncredited)Executive Producer
1999 My Teacher's Wife Vicky Mueller
1999 Five Aces Karen HaggertyDirect-to-video
1999If...Dog...RabbitDirect-to-video, Co-Executive Producer
2000 Merlin: The Return Dr. Joan Maxwell
2002 Lilo & Stitch Nani Pelekai (voice role)
2002Meet Prince CharmingSamantha Feld
2003 Stitch! The Movie Nani Pelekai (voice role)Direct-to-video
2005 Aloha, Scooby-Doo! Snookie (voice role)Direct-to-video
2005 Back in the Day LootDirect-to-video
2005 Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch Nani Pelekai (voice role)Direct-to-video
2006 Leroy & Stitch Nani Pelekai (voice role)Direct-to-video
2008 Dark Honeymoon MirandaDirect-to-video
2009 Wild Cherry Ms. Jane Haumea
2010 Hard Breakers Jodie
2011 You May Not Kiss the Bride Lani
2012 Collision Course Kate Parks
2013Final RecourseMichelle Gainesalso Associate Producer
2014 Gunshot Straight LeanneDirect-to-video
2015Pirates Code: The Adventures of Mickey MatsonKelly
2015Behind Palm SwingsCherry BombShort film
2015 Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest Jezebel Jade (voice role)Direct-to-video
2016 Business Unusual EllaShort film
2016 Showdown in Manila Mrs. Catherine Wells
2016The GirlMother
2017Palm SwingsMs. Cherry Bomb
2018The Legend of HallowaiianNana (voice role)Direct-to-video
TBR Felo de se Kirsty

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1985 Cover Up Philippines ContestantEpisode: "Who's Trying to Kill Miss Globe?"
1985CovenantGirl at Golden CalfTelevision movie
1985 Airwolf Kiki Tinabitelevision debut
Episode: "Annie Oakley"
1985-1986 General Hospital Jade Soong recurring role; 16 episodes
1986 The A-Team TiaEpisode: "The Sound of Thunder"
1986 MacGyver Lisa ChanEpisode: "The Wish Child"
1987-1988 The New Hollywood Squares Herself (Panelist)4 episodes
1987 Tour of Duty LangEpisode: "Dislocations"
1988 Noble House Venus PoonTelevision Miniseries; 4 episodes
1988 MacGyver TiuEpisode: "Murderer's Sky"
1989The Road RaidersCyanneTelevision movie
1989 Anything But Love CeyEpisode: "Those Lips, Those Thais"
1990 Friday the 13th: The Series Michiko TanakaEpisode: "Year of the Monkey"
1990 Quantum Leap Chu-HoiEpisode: "The Leap Home: Part 2 (Vietnam)"
1990 Married...with Children Piper BaumanEpisode: "Kelly Bounces Back"
1991Intimate StrangerMinaTelevision movie
1992 Tales from the Crypt ScarlettEpisode: "On a Deadman's Chest"
1995Nothing But the TruthSimone GideonTelevision movie
1995-1996 Murder One Beverly Nicholsrecurring role; 3 episodes
1996Desert Breezeunknown roleTelevision movie
1997 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Mija (voice role)Episode: "The Little Mermaid"
1998 Dogboys District Attorney Jennifer DernTelevision movie
1998 Veronica's Closet KimEpisode: "Veronica's on the Herb"
1998 Hercules Marigold (voice role)Episode: "Hercules and the Golden Touch"
1999 The Night of the Headless Horseman Katrina Van Tassel (voice role)Television movie
1999-2002 Relic Hunter Sydney Fox Protagonist; 66 episodes
2000-2001 Hollywood Squares Herself (Panelist)15 episodes
2001 The Test Herself (Panelist)Episode: "The Libido Test"
2003-2005 Duck Dodgers Queen Tyr'ahnee - The Martian Queen (voice role)series regular; 20 episodes
2003-2006 Lilo & Stitch: The Series Nani Pelekai (voice role)series regular; 18 episodes
2004 Johnny Bravo Herself/additional voices (voice role)recurring role; 4 episodes
2004 Megas XLR Darklos (voice role)Episode: "DMV: Department of Megas Violations"
2004Torn ApartVicki WestinTelevision movie
2005 Supernova Lisa DelgadoTelevision movie
2005 American Dragon: Jake Long Yan Yan (voice role)Episode: "Fu and Tell"
2006 The O.C. Dean TorresEpisode: "The Gringos"
2006 Dancing with the Stars Herself (contestant)8 episodes
2007 Back to You MaggieEpisode: "A Night of Possibilities"
2007 Nip/Tuck Mistress Dark PainEpisode: "Carly Summers"
2007 Curb Your Enthusiasm Cha Cha recurring role; 3 episodes
2008Untitled Liz Meriwether ProjectPaula PolandTelevision movie
2009 CSI: Miami Jacqueline ParsonsEpisode: "Bolt Action"
2010 Warehouse 13 Agent Katie Logan2 episodes
2010 Iron Chef America: The SeriesHerself (Guest Judge)Episode: "Michael Symons vs. Makoto Okuwa: Uni"
2011 True Justice Lisa Clayton2 episodes
2011 Combat Hospital Jessica DraycottEpisode: "It's My Party"
2011-2013 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Amy Cavenaugh/Judy Reeves (voice role)series regular; 14 episodes
2012 In Plain Sight Lia Hernandezrecurring role; 4 episodes
2012 The Apprentice Herself (Contestant)14 episodes
2013 The Birthday Boys HerselfEpisode: "Cool Machine"
2014Asteroid vs EarthMarissa KnoxTelevision movie
2014 Uncle Grandpa Island Girl (voice role)Episode: "Vacation"
2015 Hawaii Five-0 Makana Kalakauna2 episodes
2016 Family Guy Hawaiian Woman (voice role)Episode: "An App a Day"
2017 Mickey and the Roadster Racers Auntie Olina (voice role)3 episodes
2017 Blue Bloods Chow LinEpisode: "The Enemy Of My Enemy"
2018 Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters Officer Santos/Mechanica (voice role)3 episodes
2019 Dollface TeresaEpisode: "Fun Friend"
2020 AJ and the Queen Lady DangerSeries Regular
2020 The Eric Andre Show Herself

Video games

YearTitleVoice roleNotes
1995 The Daedalus Encounter Ari Matheson
2006 Saints Row Lin
2013 Saints Row IV LinCut content

Discography

Studio albums

Dancing with the Stars

Season 2 performances

Week #Dance / SongJudges' scoresResult
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Waltz  / "What a Wonderful World"677Bottom two
2 Rumba  / "Emotion"787Safe
3 Tango  / "Por una Cabeza"989Safe
4 Foxtrot  / "Dream a Little Dream of Me"988Bottom two
5 Samba  / "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)"778Eliminated
Group Salsa  / "Rhythm is Gonna Get You"No scores given

Awards and nominations

The following is a list of awards and nominations received by Carrere

YearTitleAccoladeCategoryResultRef
1992 Wayne's World MTV Movie + TV Award Most Desirable Female Nominated [19] [ unreliable source? ]
1994N/A ShoWest Convention AwardFemale Star of TomorrowWon
1995 True Lies MTV Movie + TV Award Best Dance Sequence (shared with Arnold Schwarzenegger )Nominated
1995 True Lies Saturn Award Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2001 Relic Hunter ALMA Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Syndicated Drama Series Nominated
2006 Back in the Day DVD Exclusive Award Best Supporting Actress in a DVD Premiere Movie Nominated
2007Hawaiiana Grammy Award Best Hawaiian Music Album Nominated
2008Ikena Grammy Award Best Hawaiian Music Album Won
2009He Nani Grammy Award Best Hawaiian Music Album Nominated
2010Huana Ke Aloha Grammy Award Best Hawaiian Music Album Won

Notes

  1. Aloha Summer was filmed in 1984.

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