September 25, 1964 |
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
|Spouse(s)||Boney James (1985–present)|
Lily Mariye is an American actress, Filmmaker and Television Director.
From 1994 to 2009 she had a regular role as nurse Lily Jarvik on the NBC television series ER, for which she has won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series four times. In 2012 Mariye was chosen to participate in the Disney/ABC/DGA Directing Program.
In 2016 she directed Episode 14, Season 4 of ABC's Nashville (2012 TV series).
She has appeared in many films such as The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Mighty Joe Young, The Shadow, The New Age, The Doctor and Extraordinary Measures. Lily has guest-starred in over 25 television shows including Teen Wolf, Criminal Minds, Shameless, NCIS L.A., Judging Amy, Ally McBeal, Family Ties, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Chicago Hope. She is also an award-winning theatre actress, performing in New York, Los Angeles and other regional theatres around the country.
Lily Mariye's debut feature film as a writer and director, Model Minority had its World Premiere at the 2012 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, where it received three awards: Special Jury Outstanding Director, Breakthrough Performance by a New Actor and Outstanding Cinematography as well as being a nominee for the Grand Jury Prize in Narrative Feature Filmmaking. Model Minority also won Best Micro-Budget Film and Best Female Director at The London Independent Film Festival, and Outstanding Feature at The Sacramento International Film Festival.
She has written several full-length screenplays, one of which, The Shangri-la Cafe, was accepted into the second round of the application process for development in the Sundance Feature Film Labs. The Shangri-la Cafe won Best Screenplay at the Ohio International Independent Film Festival and the Gaffers Film Festival, and won her a grant from the AFI Conservatory's prestigious Directing Workshop for Women, 13th Cycle. While at AFI she produced and directed an Award-Winning Short Film version of the script. (Best Short Film Award- Moondance International Film Festival, Best Screenplay Award- Brussels Independent Film Festival.) The short film The Shangri-la Cafe was included on a DVD release of AFI shorts entitled "CELEBRATING AFI."
A resident of Los Angeles, Mariye lives with husband, 4 time Grammy-nominated recording artist, saxophonist Boney James, who also contributed to the soundtracks for The Shangri-la Cafe and Model Minority.
|"The Shangri-la Cafe"|
|Nashville (2012 TV series)|
|Extraordinary Measures||Tom Vaughan|
|American Pie Presents: Band Camp||Dr. Susan Choi|
|Mighty Joe Young (1998 film)||Ron Underwood|
|Signs And Wonders||Maurice Phillips|
|The Shadow||Russell Mulcahy|
|California Myth||Michel Katz|
|The New Age||Michael Tolkin|
|Ted & Venus||Bud Cort|
|The Doctor||Randa Haines|
|The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas||Colin Higgins|
|General Hospital||Frank Valentini||Guest Star|
|Criminal Minds||Glenn Kershaw||Guest Star|
|Teen Wolf (2011 TV series)||Tim Andrew et al.||Recurring|
|NCIS: Los Angeles||Eric Laneuville||Guest Star|
|Shameless'||John Dahl||Guest Star|
|Judging Amy||James Kramer||Guest Star|
|ER (4 SAG Awards, Best Ensemble)||Lesli Linka Glatter (et al.)||Recurring, 15 seasons|
|Ally McBeal||Billy Dickson||Guest Star|
|Chicago Hope||Sandy Smolin||Guest Star|
|Melrose Place||James Darren||Guest Star, 2 episodes|
|Murphy Brown||Barnet Kellman||Guest Star|
|Star Trek: Deep Space Nine||David Carson||Guest Star, "Emissary"|
|Tea (Dramalogue Award)||Julianne Boyd||Manhattan Theatre Club, NY
Old Globe Theatre, San Diego
|Kokoro (L.A Weekly Best Actress Nom.)||Jan Lewis||Odyssey Theatre|
|Into the Woods||DTim Dang||East/West Players|
|Runaways||Matt Casella||Richmond Shepard|
|Trojan Women||CBS Studios|
|The Bacchae||Mark Taper Workshop|
|Pastorale||Susan Dietz||Beverly Hills Playhouse|
|Kimchee & Chitlins||Mark Taper Workshop|
|Daniel in Babylon||Matt Casella||L.A. Stage Co.|
|Lesbian Seagulls||Catherine Coke||Celebration Theatre, L.A.|
- Lily Mariye at the Internet Movie Database
- "USAsians.net: Latest News for September 2002". Retrieved April 11, 2008.