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Dancer and television host Carrie Ann Inaba has been a Dancing With The Stars judge since its first season back in '05. However, her acting credits go way beyond DWTS. Here are some of her other roles that you might not have known about.


Tina On 'Hannah Montana'

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In a 2009 episode of Disney's Hannah Montana, Inaba plays a choreographer named Tina.

Fook Yu in 'Austin Powers in Goldmember'

In the 2002 movie Austin Powers in Goldmember, Carrie Ann Inaba plays a Harajuku twin, Fook Yu. She also played a dancer in the 1999 movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.

A Fly Girl On 'In Living Color'

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The comedy series from the early 90s, In Living Color featured many dancers, including J. Lo and of course, Carrie Ann Inaba!

A Goddess Dancer In 'Showgirls'

In the 1995 film Showgirls, Carrie Ann Inaba is one of the Goddess Dancers that takes the stage alongside the movie's protagonist, Nomi.

A Cameo On 'Nashville'

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In the CMT drama series Nashville, Carrie Ann Inaba appears as herself while one of the show's characters, Rayna Jaymes, is asked to sing on a fictional country-themed episode of Dancing With The Stars.

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