Tina Wiseman

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Tina Wiseman
Born Tina Leiu Wiseman
(1965-09-26)September 26, 1965
Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.
Died February 20, 2005(2005-02-20) (aged 39)
Freeport, Bahamas
Cause of death Pulmonary embolism
Occupation Actress

Tina Wiseman was an American actress.[1]

Wiseman was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and is best known as the host of the Cinemax television series Hotel Erotica[2] and films such as Kickboxing Academy, Chained Heat 3: Hell Mountain, Dark Confessions and Hey DJ.[3][4]

Tina Leiu was also a very capable & talented singer. Her song "To The Club" was released in 2004 and quickly topped dance charts worldwide, and was in magazines as the club track of the year. Tina also performed additional songs with Spankox like "Telekinetic", "Storm Track", "Best Trouble" and "Island Girl" for the "Hey DJ" movie soundtrack, and afterwards the single "Anime Girl". She also inspired Jon 'Neverdie' Jacobs (later her fiancee) to make the song "Gamer Chick" and her avatar 'Island Girl' was seen in that video. She was so talented, young, plus a wonderful and influential person that her untimely passing inspired the developers of the game Project Entropia to create 'Memorial Island' within days, and they placed a virtual monument there too. It appears this was the first time any game had a 3D virtual memorial dedicated to a player of that same game.

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