Korean American actress Alice Lee is now posting weekly covers of famous songs with Two in the title to promote ABC’s new show, Take Two.
The former off-Broadway star showcased her singing talent with It Takes Two this week in an exclusive clip:
She’s accompanied by show composer Robert Duncan and guitarist George Doering.
On Take Two, Lee plays Monica, the protagonist Sam’s (Rachel Bilson) quirky assistant who is working towards her PhD in psychology.
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“I’m very grateful. You never feel like a role model, you never feel that, but I mean, for sure, hopefully you see more Asian people on screen, it gives hope to all the other Asian kids,” Lee said in an ABC7 interview.
The fun, romantic crime-solving series airs an all-new episode TONIGHT, Aug. 9 at 10pm EDT, on the ABC Television Network.
This week’s episode entitled All About Ava begins with Sam taking an unexpected journey into her past when she and Eddie (played by Eddie Cibrian) are called on to investigate the seemingly accidental death of Ava Day, star of the ‘90s sitcom All About Ava, which featured a 12-year-old Sam in her acting debut as Ava’s little sister. But when the investigation uncovers dark truths about past events, Sam is forced to reconcile her childhood impressions with newly found facts in order to crack the case, on Take Two.
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