Suzy Nakamura

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Suzy Nakamura
Born Susan Aiko Nakamura
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present

Suzy Nakamura is an American actress. Nakamura is known for her many guest appearances on sitcoms such as According to Jim, Half and Half, 8 Simple Rules, Curb Your Enthusiasm and How I Met Your Mother and her recurring role in the early seasons of the drama The West Wing as assistant to the Sam Seaborn character, as well as Dr. Miura in ABC's Emmy-winning mockumentary Modern Family.

On May 7, 2015, ABC picked up Ken Jeong's Dr. Ken starring Jeong, with Nakamura as his wife, Albert Tsai, Dave Foley, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Kate Simses, Jonathan Slavin and Krista Marie Yu for its 2015-16 Fall Season.

She is an alumna of The Second City improvisational comedy troupe. Her first film role was as a troubled teen in Rea Tajiri's Strawberry Fields, shot in her hometown of Chicago in 1994.




  • An Infinite Ache
  • The Showatorium
  • Coptors
  • Shogun's Heroes
  • Coed Prison Sluts - The Musical
  • The Armando Diaz Experience
  • The Deconstruction Derby
  • The Zodiac Thrillers
  • The Dickie Bell Twist Dance Party
  • Pen to Paper
  • The Second City Alumni Jam
  • The Powerhouse Variety Show
  • The Redwood Curtain
  • Power to the People Mover
  • National Touring Company (The Second City - Chicago)


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