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Smith Cho stars in NBC's new drama series "Knight Rider" as Zoe Chae, the seemingly ditzy, but surprisingly intelligent office administrator.
A Bay Area native, Cho has made incredible strides as an actor in a very short time. Perhaps best known for her comedic talent, Cho turned in humorous performances on the big screen in 2007's "Norbit" and "Blades of Glory." Her 2008 releases include Eddie Murphy's "Meet Dave," Broken Lizard's "The Slammin' Salmon," "The Last Lullaby" and "Ping Pong Playa"-- the latter written and directed by Academy Award-winning director Jessica Yu, in which she played the female lead and love interest. "Ping Pong Playa" opened to rave reviews at the Toronto Film Festival in the Fall 2007.
Most recently, Cho wrapped up Will Gluck's cheerleader camp comedy "Fired Up." Among her other feature film credits are lead roles in David Von Allmen's "Say Goodnight" and Columbia Pictures' "Bad Boys 2."
Cho's television credits include a series regular role on "Emily's Reasons Why Not" starring Heather Graham as well as guest-starring appearances on "Entourage," "Six Feet Under," "ER," "House," "Boston Public" and "The Gilmore Girls," among others. This fall, Cho will guest star on "Dirty Sexy Money." She has also appeared in over 30 national network television commercials.
Cho currently resides in Los Angeles.