Her height is 5' 9" (1.75 m).
Liz has written an October 2006 article for Esquire entitled "10 Things You Don't Know About Women: Liz Vassey".
Liz has taken acting classes at University of Southern California, Howard Fine Studios and Manhattan Class Company.
Liz' hobbies are running, scuba diving and writing.
Liz' pet peeves include people who drive minivans, people who are not nice to waiters and those who harmonize after a "Happy Birthday" song.
In 1990, Liz was nominated for "Outstanding Juvenile Female in a Drama Series" in the Daytime Emmy Awards for her role in All My Children.
She had a recurring role as Dr. Carrie Allen on the series Tru Calling in 2004-2005.
As of 2005 she has recurring role as Wendy Simms on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Her first time on tv was when she got the part of Emily Ann Sago Martin in 1988 on "All My Children".
When she has time off, Liz helps take care of her half of the t-shirt company, Neuroses to A Tee, that she started with her friend Kristin Bauer, who is also an actress.The slogans on the t-shirts make fun of female worries and neuroses, often relating to relationships.
Liz began acting at the age of nine when she was cast as Oliver in the musical of the same name.
Liz Vassey is friends with actress Kristin Bauer.
Liz is married to David Emmerichs (2 May 2004 - present).
Liz was ranked #74 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women In The World" (2002).
Liz: Notice the small things. The rewards are inversely proportional.
Liz: As far as the best pickup line? The best guys don't have to use one.
Liz: (on doing love scenes) They're fun! While I've never done any nudity, I have worn little pasties—it's embarrassing. I had to do a major love scene with an ex-boyfriend's best friend. I'd known this guy for nine years. It was like kissing my brother.
Liz: (about her being a hometown girl) I know everyone says that, but I really am, I can't help it! I've had the same best friend since childhood.