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Jodi Long

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Jodi Long (born January 7, 1954) is an American actress.Long had roles in many feature films including Patty Hearst, RoboCop 3, Striking Distance and The Hot Chick. On television she appeared as a regular on such series as Cafe Americain, All American Girl and Miss Match, all of which were short-lived. In addition to her credited roles, Long appeared uncredited in a brief black-and-white cut-scene in the music video for Bizarre Love Triangle by the British group New Order, directed by American artist Robert Longo, in which she argues with E. Max Frye (where she emphatically declares "I don't believe in reincarnation because I refuse to come back as a bug or as a rabbit!"). Description above from the Wikipedia article  Jodi Long, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jan 1, 1954 In New York, New York
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie How to Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days
Latest Project:
Series Young & Hungry 2014-06-25
Known For
Poster of A Picture of You
Poster of Sullivan & Son
Poster of Without
Poster of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Movie How to Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days Mrs. Yamata 2019
Series Young & Hungry Mrs. Park 2014-06-25
Movie A Picture of You Mother 2014-06-20
Series Sullivan & Son Ok Cha Sullivan 2012-07-19
Movie Without 2011-01-01
Movie Beginners Dr. Long 2010-09-11
Series Miss Match 2003-09-26
Movie The Hot Chick Korean Mother 2002-12-13
Series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Unknown 1999-09-20
Movie His and Hers Corey Chang 1997-01-01
Series All-American Girl 1994-09-14
Movie The Pickle Yakimoto Yakimura 1993-04-30
Movie RoboCop 3 Nikkos Mom 1993-04-17
Movie The Exorcist III First Dream Woman 1990-08-17
Movie Born on the Fourth of July Reporter #1 - Democratic Conventon 1989-12-20
Movie Patty Hearst Wendy Yoshimura 1988-09-23
Movie Soursweet Mui 1988-05-15
Movie Arena Brains Successful Woman #2 1987-10-01
Movie Rollover Betsy Okamoto 1981-10-11