Possessing a likable combination of realized self-assurance and a childlike vulnerability, Oh was able to persevere, landing a scene-stealing and award-winning supporting role as an overworked and underpaid assistant to a sports agent on "Arli$$" (HBO, 1996-2002).Oh was able to parlay her critical acclaim into ever-increasingly higher profile roles, including "Dancing at the Blue Iguana" (2000) and "Under the Tuscan Sun" (2003).Welcome to the Bureau of Land Management(BLM), General Land Office (GLO) Records Automation web site.We provide live access to Federal land conveyance records for the Public Land States, including image access to more than five million Federal land title records issued between 1788 and the present.We also have images of survey plats and field notes, land status records, and control document index records.Due to organization of documents in the GLO collection, this site does not currently contain every Federal title record issued for the Public Land States.But in 2004, Oh suddenly emerged onto the national stage as part of the ensemble cast of then-husband Alexander Payne's droll, wine-soaked dramedy, "Sideways" (2004).
Read more » Though actress Sandra Oh secured leading parts on television and in film in her native Canada, she found some difficulty translating that success when she initially sought work in the United States, due in large part to her Korean heritage.
You have to have a kind of ascetic personality to survive."Says Chandra Wilson, a linchpin of the show in her role as "the Nazi," Miranda Bailey, "I've never met an actress as conscious, as analytical, as Sandra.
She thinks about every word coming out of her mouth." Except when the cameras are off: "I remember our first day together.
To kill time, she and a few of the crew members are indulging me in a game of "Marcia, Jan, or Cindy?
" — because, as we all know, the child you identify with from is an unusually meticulous show, and Oh had worried I'd be bored with the multiple do-overs.