California born and bred Asian eyeful Cheryl Tsai studied film for two years in Chicago, where she starred in the independent film Merlot (1998) before returning to the left coast to pursue a career in the business we call show. In 2000 Cheryl appeared in the Ashton Kutcher comedy Dude, Where’s My Car? She followed up with small roles in movies like Babylon Vista (2001), House of the Dead 2 (2005), and Room 6 (2006), where she plays a ghostly lesbian nurse doing some topless making out with an equally hot and topless blonde. Cheryl has also graced the boob tube in shows like Days of Our Lives, Arrested Development, and Brothers & Sisters, and in 2006 she wrote, directed, and produced the short film Verizzzon (2006). With her piercing eyes and succulent sweater sacks, Cheryl is definitely a tsai-t for sore eyes!