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Dichen Lachman (born February 22, 1982) is an Australian actress. Lachman was born in Kathmandu, Nepal, and lived there until her family moved to Adelaide, Australia when she was eight years old. Her mother was born in India of Tibetan descent, and her father is an Australian with German heritage, hence her German-sounding name.
* 2005-2007 ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'' as Katya Kinski
* 2009-2010 ''Series/{{Dollhouse}}'' as Sierra / Priya Tsetsang
* 2010 ''Series/NCISLosAngeles'' as Allison Pritchett/Allysia Takada
* 2010 ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' as Amy Hanamoa
* 2011 ''Series/TorchwoodMiracleDay'' as Lyn Peterfield
* 2012 ''Series/BeingHumanUS'' as Suren
* 2012 ''Series/TheGlades'' as Chef Lana Kim
* 2012 ''Series/LastResort'' as Tani Tumrenjack
* 2012 ''WebVideo/{{Husbands}}'' as Pillow Girl #1
* 2013 ''Series/CSICrimeSceneInvestigation'' as Jessica Lowell
* 2014 ''Series/{{The 100}}'' as Anya
* 2014-present ''Series/ShamelessUS'' as Angela
* 2014-2015 ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' as Jiaying
* 2016 ''Series/{{Supergirl 2015}}'' as Roulette
* 2016-present ''/TheLastShip'' as Jessie
* 2018 ''Series/AlteredCarbon'' as Reileen
* FakeMixedRace: [[invoked]] A rare inversion. She sometimes plays full-blooded Asian characters despite being biracial.
* FakeNationality: [[invoked]] She has played several different people of varying Asian descent, an [[{{Mayincatec}} Aztec]] [[NubileSavage princess]], and an American CIA agent in ''Torchwood''.
* ItsPronouncedTroPAY: The "ch" in Dichen is a normal English "ch"(like chair), but the "ch" in "Lachman" is more like a "k," so her name is pronounced "Dee-chen Lack-man".
* MsFanservice: A role she often slips into.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: {{Averted}}, she does a very good American accent. In fact, it's rare to hear her normal Australian accent.
* PlaysGreatEthnics: [[invoked]] Due to her borderline AmbiguouslyBrown features, she is popularly cast as any number of non-white characters.
* StatuesqueStunner: 5'8" and always portrayed as attractive.