Vali started her career out on an episode of Life Goes On in 1991, but she obviously had bigger and better things planned for her future. After a brief turn as “Woman #2” in the made-for-TV movie Us later that year, Vali moved on to the bright lights of Hollywood, landing a bit part in the Courteney Cox thriller Blue Desert. Unfortunately, it did little for her career, as did 1992’s To Die, to Sleep, so Vali resorted to producing her own flick, the vastly underrated Die Watching in 1993. Although it certainly was never considered for any major awards, the movie did contain a few redeeming features; first, Vali’s performance, as well as the rest of the cast’s, was more than adequate, and second, she flashed some bunnage and boobage, as did a few other babes in the flick. Sadly, after just one more performance, in 1996’s Walnut Creek, Vali disappeared for good.