Yvonne was voted #35 in Maxims Hot 100 in 2012
Yvonne hates yogurt.
She was voted #19 in BuddyTV's 'TV's 100 Sexiest Women of 2009'.
Yvonne's first job was at the popular Australian cafe chain 'Michel's Patisserie'.
Yvonne is in Maxim's list of "The Hottest Women of Fall TV ´08" for her role as Sarah Walker in Chuck.
Yvonne is represented by William Morris Agency and McKeon Myones Entertainment, and continues to be repped by Sue Barnett & Associates in Australia.
IGN ranked Yvonne as #1 on their "Top 25 Boob Tube Babes" list.
Yvonne likes Italian foods.
Yvonne likes white chocolates.
Yvonne has blue eyes and blonde hair.
Yvonne was a straight-A student in school.
Yvonne is not only a passionate actor but also a passionate writer.
Yvonne is right-handed.
Yvonne's favorite guest star on Chuck is John Larroquette.
Yvonne's favorite episode of Chuck is "Chuck vs. the Wookie".
Yvonne is a big fan of horror movies and her favorite movie series is Kill Bill.
Yvonne is scared of open bodies of water.
Yvonne considers herself to be very outdoorsy.
Yvonne was featured in the Men's Health Magazine dated October 2008.
Yvonne loves doing the fight scenes and is getting Kung-fu training.
Yvonne had braces when she was a child.
TV Guide listed her among TV's Most Fit Stars in 2008.
Among the accents Yvonne is trained doing are Scottish, Irish, Cockney, British, Brooklyn, and Southern American. She is of Polish descent and speaks fluent Polish.
After graduating from the university, she and a friend from Finland adapted Finnish plays for Australian audiences. They did a stage production called Finn City, an adaptation from a book, at the Darling House Theater in Sydney.
When she was in Year 9 in high school, Yvonne played Viola in her first Shakespeare play, a school production of Twelfth Night.
When she was younger, Yvonne and her best friend used to make home videos like fake commercials and documentaries then showed them to their family and friends.
Yvonne's father is an electronic engineer while her mom works as a laboratory technician. She is an only daughter.
Among the qualities Yvonne looks for in a guy are: good sense of humor, cute, intelligent, and outgoing.
Yvonne is represented by Sue Barnett & Associates in Surry Hills, Australia.
Yvonne drives a hybrid car.
In 2007, Yvonne was ranked #24 on Entertainment Weekly's "Butt-Kicking Babes: New and Improved!" list. She was also listed at #24 among Wizard magazine's Sexiest Women of TV in 2008. Her character in Chuck, Sarah Walker, was awarded the Best TV Character Award in 2007 by IGN.
Yvonne had a nose ring for five years and says that the hole is still visible from close-up.
Yvonne says the most comfortable costume she wears on Chuck is her 'Wienerlicious' uniform because she gets to wear flat shoes and she can actually move around during her fight scenes. She does all of her stunts on the show and doing those scenes is one of her favorite parts of the job.
Yvonne auditioned for the role of Sarah Walker in Chuck by putting her auditions on tape and sending them as QuickTime files from Sydney, Australia.
Yvonne's last name, Strahovski, is the phonetic spelling of how to pronounce her actual last name, Strzechowski.
Yvonne has been nicknamed 'Yvonne Strahotski' by her cast members on the NBC series, Chuck. This is a word play on her last name, 'Strahovski.'
She does not like playing video games. In her spare time, Yvonne enjoys rock climbing, hiking, caving, and camping. Since moving to Los Angeles in 2007, Yvonne has taken up horseback riding.
In 2007, Yvonne appeared in the film, Persons of Interest, as Lara. That same year, she also played a multiplex employee in the Australian romantic-comedy Plex.
Yvonne's favorite actress is Meryl Streep and her favorite drink is a Vodka Red Bull.
Yvonne is 5 feet 9.25 inches (1.76 metres) tall.
Yvonne would prefer to play sports with boys over going to a beauty salon with girls.
Yvonne learned stage-fighting techniques while she was studying at drama school.
As of 2008, Yvonne is single and resides in Los Angeles. For her, the most difficult thing about living in the US is being on her own and not having her family and friends to rely on.
Yvonne: (About her "Chuck" co-star Zach Levi) Zach's a bundle of energy. He puts music on all of the time and dances to it. He's crazy.
Yvonne: I have a strong dance background. I danced from age five till 18, and that helps a lot. Doing a fight routine is like doing a dance routine.
Yvonne: (About how her life changed after "Chuck") Dramatically. I came here with one suitcase and some clothes, so I had to buy a car and get some furniture and find a place to live, make some friends. It's like starting school again. So, my life has pretty much done a 180.
Yvonne: (About what she likes about her role on "Chuck") The great thing about the role is I do get to play the girlfriend and I do get to play the kick-arse chick and I get to play a whole bunch of different themes because of who I am in the show, an undercover CIA agent who works at a hot dog place.
Yvonne: (About her popularity in the US and Australia) I'm more well-known in the USA than I am here (Australia).
Yvonne: (On her being an awkward teen) I was always the lanky kid with bad skin. I was a drama student, though, so not exactly like Sarah. I was a tomboy and didn't pay too much attention to my clothes.
Yvonne: I love watching a good, freaky horror movie. I love it. It's one of my favorite things to do, to go and see at the cinema. Just to tune out and be freaked out.
Yvonne: I loved school, I loved putting on my uniform and doing homework every day. I was one of those good students that the teachers liked. I guess that's got to be a pretty nerdy, geeky part of me.
Yvonne: (on the sci-fi genre) What appeals to me [about the genre] is that it's about exploring your imagination and how far you can go with things, imagining what life could be like if the world were different or circumstances changed or aliens came for a visit...
Yvonne: (on her sudden success in the United States) It's happened very fast and I've surprised myself really. But I'm taking it all on board with a smile on my face.
Yvonne: (on using her Australian accent in between takes of "Chuck") In between takes, I'm Australian. I feel a bit silly if I stay in it the whole time. I don't feel like it's me talking to people.
Yvonne: (on landing the role of Sarah on "Chuck") It's more exciting than anything. It's pretty surreal driving around and seeing [the show] on all the billboards.
Yvonne: I've been very physical my whole life. I went out hiking and camping for days in the Australian forest, and when I trained at drama school for three years, we did a whole lot on stage-fighting techniques.... And I was a dancer from 5 to 18, so I have a memory for choreography.
Yvonne: I'm pretty gross. When I talk I can be gross and crude.
Yvonne: (about her starring role in "Chuck") This was my introduction to the American industry, so coming to know all this stuff has all been a surprise. I certainly didn't expect it to get such critical acclaim.
Yvonne: (about her character on "Chuck") Sarah is very strong. She's really intelligent and she's very physically capable. I like to put that into my own life as well.
Yvonne: I know that one of the distinguishing things was I looked like I could hold a gun, even though I'd never held one before and I'm physically able to do the martial arts and all that stuff.
Yvonne: I've always been a very outdoors sort of girl. I'm more a tomboy than a girly girl.
Yvonne: (on how being an Australian helps in Hollywood) They respond a lot to the Australian thing. They love the training; a lot of us come through drama school. We come with the whole tool kit.
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