Actress Lucy Liu is currently enjoying a great run as the co-star of the hit television series "Elementary" as she is constantly showing viewers the various dimensions of her character, Dr. Joan Watson as her character works with the modern version of detective Sherlock Holmes to solve cases. In an upcoming episode that will be shown on May 1, 2014 the show that will air is one that has been directed by the attractive actress.
Entertainment insiders upon learning that she had moved to the directors chair for the episode have started thinking about whether she is going to start slowly making the transition to more director work. One of the challenges for this actress is the fact that she is in such demand as an actress because of her exceptional dramatic acting range but many of the parts she is being presented do not enable her to truly communicate her acting skills as a leading lady.
Lucy Liu is renowned for her ability to dominate a role even when she has little or nothing to say in the scene but she is an actress who some producers and directors feel is a leading lady talent who has not yet been provided that signature role as the 'feature' actor in a project.
She is currently filming the animation movie "Legend of the NeverBeast" and the Broadway actress will also be one of the co-hosts announcing the Tony Awards on April 29, 2014 from New York's Paramount Hotel.
Lucy Liu's move into the director's chair has many film insiders thinking that she is getting ready to become even more in control of her next project as both the star and director.
Get ready to add director to the title of Lucy Liu: actor and director extraordinaire.