Turco made her television acting debut in 1987, on the soap opera Guiding Light as Dinah Marler, going on to the soap opera All My Children as Melanie. She played the role of April O'Neil in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze and later in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III. She guest starred in Party of Fiveas Annie Mott, a single mother who is also a recovering alcoholic, co-starred in The Agency as graphic artist Terri Lowell, and in the third season of Rescue Me as science teacher Mrs. Nell Turbody. Turco also appeared in the movie Invincible, playing Carol Vermeil, the wife of Dick Vermeil and also co-starred in the Walt Disney Picture The Game Plan.
国际著名影星，奥斯卡金像奖终身评委，曾数次担任国际艾美奖 、东京国际电影节等国际A类电影节评委，现任中美电影节委员会委员。上海高中毕业后赴美留学。主演过《末代皇帝》、《枕边书》、《建国大业》、《辣妈正传》、《蜗居》等几十部国内外影视剧。曾获美国好莱坞独立精神奖的最高荣誉女演员奖，中美电影节的最佳女配角奖等多项奖项。1986年，她在意大利导演贝尔托鲁奇的奥斯卡获奖影片《末代皇帝》中扮演皇妃“文绣” ，并成为第一个获得意大利大卫堂那泰罗奖（意大利奥斯卡奖）“最佳女配角”奖提名的亚洲脸孔 。1990年被美国《People》杂志评入“50全球最美的人” ；于1996年，在“全球风云人物婚礼”中，被评为“第一新娘”。同时，她也是第一个得到加拿大吉尼金像奖最佳女演员提名的亚裔女演员。 2005年，邬君梅回上海参与制作并主演了丈夫奥斯卡创作并导演的电影《上海红美丽》 ；邬君梅积极参与公益慈善活动，并在2009年发起创立了隶属上海青基会的“邬君梅和朋友们”爱心教育基金。
Robbie Rist was born on April 4, 1964 in La Mirada, California, USA as Robert Anthony Rist. He is an actor, known for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990), Balto (1995) and Iron Eagle (1986).
Film audiences & television viewers know Brian Tochi as a star of several hit films, a collection of six television series, theater, and a multitude of guest-starring and co-starring roles in episodic television (many not here on the IMDB). Brian has starred or co-starred in over 25 motion pictures and their sequels, among them Revenge of the Nerds (1984) and Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation (1992) (TV), as well as Police Academy 3: Back in Training (1986) and Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987), where his creation of outlandish characters has been the prototype for countless other portrayals in television, commercials and feature film productions. Another hugely successful film franchise is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) and its three sequels, starring as "Leonardo", the pizza-loving leader of the Turtles. Brian's television work is diverse and highly acclaimed. He has starred in numerous television series, including "Anna and the King" (1972) (opposite Yul Brynner for CBS), "Space Academy" (1977) (CBS), the "The Renegades" (1983) (ABC) and "Santa Barbara" (1984) (NBC). Also, for over 3-1/2 years, he replaced Barry Bostwick and was named Host and Star of his own CBS television series entitled "Razzmatazz" (1977), garnering the network a Daytime Emmy in the process.