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And perhaps in danger of forever being typecast as an ass-kicking super-spy a la , she told me, "I'm more drawn to the intense, more emotional scenes" than the action roles that previously defined her career because "it's not often just one reason as to why people do things the way they do." While Crowley may or may not be another attractive anti-heroine, her emotional baggage is almost as heavy -- if not quite as hazardous -- as that carried by Strahovski's diabolical Hannah Mc Kay in .As a slamming serial killer, she turned Mc Kay into a scheme machine who captured our hearts while matching wits -- and body counts -- with the lead character until they finished off Showtime's gory story in 2013.In March 2012, she was featured in a new So Be Life commercial.And in May 2012, Strahovski ranked #35 in Maxim Hot 100.She appeared in film and television roles in Australia, including a turn on satirical show Double the Fist and as Freya Lewis in the Australian drama series head Land.She has also appeared in Channel Nine's Sea Patrol.In 2010, Strahovski received the Teen Choice Award for Choice Action TV Actress for Chuck, as well as a nomination for Spike Video Game Awards for Best Performance by a Human Female for Mass Effect 2.In 2011, Strahovski was nominated again for the Teen Choice Awards for Choice Action TV Actress.
"It's definitely different from anything I've done," Strahovski said over the phone last week from Los Angeles, happy to be back at her home-away-from-homeland base after a late-night flight. An Australian native whose Polish parents emigrated to the Land Down Under before she was born, the 33-year-old glamour girl with a dazzling smile brought some spicy acting chops to the portrayal of Crowley, a troubled woman who has more complex sides -- and private demons -- than your typical '40s femme fatale.
In 2011, Cosmopolitan Magazine (Australia) awarded Strahovski the Fun Fearless Female of the Year along with Favorite TV Actress.
In November 2011, Strahovski was cast as the female lead in I, Frankenstein (2014).
In June 2012, Showtime announced Strahovski had joined the cast for the seventh season of Dexter in which she plays the role of Hannah Mc Kay, a woman involved with an investigation following the death of her former lover, a spree killer whom she accompanied when she was a teenager.
Yvonne Strahovski sure does know how to keep a juicy secret.
She was contacted by the producers of Chuck the next day to come in and run lines with Zachary Levi.