Maribeth Monroe is an American actress and comedian. She is best known for portraying Alice Murphy on Comedy Central's sitcom Workaholics and Mindy St. Claire on NBC's sitcom The Good Place, she has appeared in films The Back-up Plan, Keeping Up with the Joneses and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Monroe performed both on the Chicago and Detroit stages. In Chicago, she appeared in the 2004 revue Red Scare, directed by Mick Napier, where the character "Sassy Gay Friend" originated, she would appear as Desdemona in one of the character's online incarnations, she has appeared in episodes of The Neighbors and Recreation, The Big Bang Theory, The Brink, According to Jim, Hannah Montana, Modern Family, Key & Peele and the web series Cowgirl Up. In 2010, she appeared in the romantic comedy film The Back-up Plan. In fall 2012, she appeared in Applebee's commercials with ESPN host Chris Berman. In 2014, Monroe began appearing in commercials for La Quinta Inns & Suites and E-Trade, with Kevin Spacey. From 2017 to 2020, Monroe had a recurring role as Mindy St. Claire on the NBC sitcom The Good Place and in 2019 began appearing as Christina Wheeler on the CBS sitcom Bob Hearts Abishola.
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Choi Yeo-jin is a South Korean-Canadian model-turned-actress. Choi Yeo-jin was born in South Korea, but after her parents divorced, they emigrated to Canada when she was in the first year of middle school, she dreamed of becoming a ballerina, but had to give that up after her family went through some financial difficulties. She debuted in the entertainment business via the Super Elite Model Contest held in Canada in 2001. Choi went on a leave of absence from George Brown College to pursue an entertainment career in Korea, she has since starred in several television series and films, notably Surgeon Bong Dal-hee, Golden Bride, My Woman, More Charming by the Day and I Need Romance. In 2012 she gained popularity due to her stint on reality show Dancing with the Stars, taking the top spot six times out of 11 competitions, winning. Choi said, "Viewers like my dancing more than my acting. I was kind of frustrated as an actress because I always played the same kind of characters and ended up projecting stereotypes, which could bore viewers.