Amy Hill is an American character actress and comedian known for both live action and voice roles. Hill’s first major role was as Yung-Hee “Grandma” Kim on All-American Girl where her character became the breakout character of the short lived, but ground breaking television series. Hill has been a mainstay on American television, and is currently a series regular on the Amazon Video Web television show “Just Add Magic” along with recurring roles in Lifetime Network’s “UnReal” and The CW romantic comedy musical “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”. In film, she is perhaps best known for her roles as Mrs. Kwan in The Cat in the Hat, Sue in 50 First Dates, and Mrs. Ho-Kim in Next Friday. Hill was born in Deadwood, South Dakota, to a Japanese American mother and a Finnish American father. She became an acclaimed actress working with the famed Asian American Theater Company in San Francisco, California. Hill is also known in the theater world as a respected performance artist, having written and performed a number of one-woman shows, including the trilogy of Tokyo Bound, Reunion, and Beside Myself.