Candace Kita

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Candace Kita
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Kita at Viva Glam Launch at W Hotel in Hollywood, CA
Occupation Actress/Model
Years active 1991–present
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Candace Kita is an Asian-American actress.



Kita's first role was as a news anchor in the 1991 movie Stealth Hunters.[1] Kita's first television appearance was in Fox's Masked Rider, from 1995 to 1996. She appeared as a series regular lead in all 40 episodes. Kita also portrayed a frantic stewardess in a music video directed by Mark Pellington for the British group, Catherine Wheel, titled, "Waydown" in 1995. In 1996, Kita also appeared in the film Barb Wire (1996) and guest starred on The Wayans Bros.. She also guest starred in Miriam Teitelbaum: Homicide with Saturday Night Live alumni Nora Dunn, Wall To Wall Records with Jordan Bridges, Stealing Time, Even Stevens, Felicity with Keri Russell, V.I.P. with Pamela Anderson, Girlfriends, The Sweet Spot with Bill Murray, and Movies at Our House. She also had recurring roles on the FX spoof, Son of the Beach from 2001 to 2002, ABC-Family's Dance Fever and Oxygen Network's Running with Scissors. Kita also appeared in the films Little Heroes (2002) and Rennie's Landing (2001).

Shooting "Ugly Betty" with Betty White

Kita guest starred on Method and Red and Quintuplets in 2004 and Two and a Half Men in 2005. She also appeared in Bad News Bears (2005) with Billy Bob Thornton and Greg Kinnear.

In 2005 to 2007, Kita continued work on Complete Savages. She also appeared in the independent films, Faith Happens (2006) and Falling (2008). In 2006, she was in the pilot for the television series Smith, with Ray Liotta and played a prison inmate in Pepper Dennis with Rebecca Romijn. Kita also shot a pilot with Tim Stack called The Probe (2006). In 2007, she appeared in an episode of Ugly Betty with Vanessa Williams, and had a role in the Adam Sandler and Kevin James film I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. In 2008, Kita guest starred opposite James Belushi in According to Jim and played herself on an episode of The Jace Hall Show. She is a guest star in the 100th episode and series finale of Nip/Tuck.

She has also appeared as a guest star in Revenge, Better With You, and Raising Hope among others.


TV appearances[edit]

  • Raising Hope.... Mrs. Hoo (2013)
  • Revenge.... Rosemary Cabot (2011)
  • Wonder Woman.... Reporter (2011)
  • Better with You.... Dr. Rettig (2011)
  • Jailbait.... Officer Earnshaw (2011)
  • House M.D. .... Sarah (2011)
  • Nip/Tuck.... Kei (2010)
  • The Jace Hall Show.... (2008)
  • According to Jim .... (2008)
  • Ugly Betty .... (2007)
  • The Probe .... News Reporter (2006)
  • Smith .... Stewardess (2006)
  • Pepper Dennis .... Squeaky (2006)
  • Two and a Half Men .... Coco (2005)
  • Complete Savages .... Misty (2004–2005)
  • Quintuplets .... Alison (2004)
  • Running with Scissors .... Sketch Comedian (2004)
  • Method & Red .... Sami Kim (2004)
  • Girlfriends .... Waitress (2003)
  • Beck and Call ... Zoe's Assistant (2003)
  • Big Happy .... Aiko (2003)
  • Phil of the Future .... Miss Lee (2003)
  • Movies At Our House .... Candace (2003)
  • Dance Fever .... Sketch Comedian (2003)
  • Son of the Beach .... Asian Female News Reporter (2001–2002)
  • The Sweet Spot .... Manicurist (2002)
  • V.I.P. .... Holo-reporter (2002)
  • Felicity .... Contestant #1 (2001)
  • Even Stevens .... Reporter (2001)
  • Wall to Wall Records .... Secretary (2000)
  • Miriam Teitelbaum: Homicide (2000)
  • Masked Rider .... Barbara Stewart (1995–1996)
  • The Wayans Bros. .... April (1996)


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