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Lisa Vidal stars as Christina Martinez, the supportive wife of President Elias Martinez (Blair Underwood), in NBC’s new high-octane conspiracy thriller “The Event.” Vidal, an award-winning actress, is no newcomer to the challenging, multi-layered roles she’s been successfully portraying. She is most recognized for her regular roles on popular hit primetime series such as “Boston Legal,” “CSI Miami,” “The Division,” “ER,” “Third Watch” and “Southland.” A strikingly beautiful and seasoned actress of Puerto Rican descent, Vidal is a New York City native who began acting in Repertory Theater at age 14 and was cast the following year in the PBS series “Oye Willie,” thereby jump-starting a long and varied acting career, in which she has most often played grounded professionals balancing work and family. Vidal then went on to play the charming housekeeper for a good-natured elderly heiress, played by Loretta Young, in the holiday TV movie "Christmas Eve." The busy actress continued on such popular series as "The Cosby Show" and "Miami Vice." Determined to take roles that reflect and emphasize the diversity of the Latino community, Vidal acted in two "ABC After School Special" educational presentations: "Class Act: A Teacher's Story" and "In the Shadow of Love: A Teen AIDS Story." Vidal later recurred in the series "New York Undercover," as she played the sister of Michael DeLorenzo's New York City police detective, which widened her audience growth. Vidal was soon cast as cocky Jessica Helgado in the critically lauded police drama "High Incident," a Steven Spielberg production, and on the sitcom "The Brian Benben Show.”