Una Damon

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Una Damon
Una Kim

(1964-08-10) August 10, 1964 (age 57) [1]
Years active1993 - 2007

Una Damon (born Una Kim) is a South Korean and American actress.


Her film credits include Gattaca , The Truman Show , Deep Impact , Deep Rising and Spider-Man . Damon has acted in numerous television shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm , Charmed , Chicago Hope , Sliders , Girlfriends and The Closer . In 1995, she appeared in the film For Better or Worse . In 2006, she directed and starred in a short film which she also wrote and produced called Sixth Street Bridge.



1995 For Better or Worse Bartender
1995 Virtuosity Woman with Video Camera
1996 Evil Obsession Samantha
1997 Gattaca Head Nurse
1998 Deep Rising Leila
1998 Deep Impact Marianne Duclos
1998 The Truman Show Chloe
1998RaceChungmi Kong
2000Face the MusicReggie Rain
2001 Double Bang Kim
2001 Impostor Local Newscaster
2002 Spider-Man Lab Tour GuideUncredited
2006Sixth Street BridgeWomanShort; also director, writer & producer


1993 Doogie Howser, M.D. Soon Keun Lee"What Makes Doogie Run"
1994 seaQuest DSV Sakata"Better Than Martians"
1994 Knight Rider 2010 KabukiTV film
1994 One West Waikiki Mandi"'Til Death Do Us Part"
1994 NYPD Blue Thelma Levy"Simone Says"
1995 Vanishing Son Dinah Lai"Runaway Hearts"
1996 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Sweet Tart"The Dad Who Came in from the Cold"
1996 Kindred: The Embraced Mai Sung"Bad Moon Rising"
1996 Sliders Mary"Invasion"
1998 L.A. Doctors Dr. Diane DiArco"Endless Bummer"
2000 Chicago Hope Jackie Wang"Hanlon's Choice"
2000 G vs E INS Agent Troi"Immigrant Evil"
2000 Secret Agent Man Ariella"Supernaked"
2001 Charmed Dantalian"Bride and Gloom"
2001 Curb Your Enthusiasm ABC Executive"The Doll", "The Massage"
2002 Family Law Cece Porter"Admissions"
2002 Girlfriends Myoshi"Into the Woods"
2004 Second Time Around Una"Crack That Whip"
2005 The Closer Janine"About Face"
2007 Side Order of Life Masako"Pilot"

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