Throughout her entertainment career as an accomplished actress, Cassandra Gava graced the silver screen many times. Gava started her acting career landing roles in films, such as the Henry Winkler comedy "Night Shift" (1982), the Tom Selleck adventure "High Road to China" (1983) and "Dead Aim" (1987) with Ed Marinaro. She also appeared in the TV movie "Condor" (ABC, 1985-86). She had a part on the television special "The Cracker Brothers" (NBC, 1984-85). Her film career continued throughout the eighties and the nineties in productions like "Blood, Money and Tears" (1989), "Mortal Passions" (1990) and the horror feature "The Amityville Curse" (1990) with Kim Coates. She also appeared in the TV special "Straight Up" (PBS, 1988-89). Gava continued to exercise her talent in the nineties through the early 2000s, taking on a mix of projects like "State of Emergency" (HBO, 1993-94), "Last Man Standing" with Bruce Willis (1996) and "Last Goodbye" (2004). Her credits also expanded to "The Golden Boys" with David Carradine (2009). Gava most recently acted in the Rob Baard action film "The Ninja: Immovable Heart" (2015).