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Jamie Chung Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Apr 10, 1983
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

A San Francisco native, Korean-American actress Jamie Chung landed a shot at celebrity rather capriciously and arbitrarily, when working as a waitress as Riverside, CA's Tremors Bar & Grill. MTV networks spotted the then-unknown and invited her to appear in season 14 of the popular reality series [[Feature~V357826~The Real World~therealworld:season14]]. She immediately obliged, and in the process jump-started her acting career. Guest spots followed on series programs including [[Feature~V315145~Veronica Mars~veronicamars[tvseries]]], [[Feature~V179305~ER~er[tvseries]]], and [[Feature~V315893~CSI: New York~csi:ny[tvseries]]]. Chung moved into films with a bit role as a Hooters girl in the [[Performer~P62990~Adam Sandler~adamsandler]]/[[Performer~P35101~Kevin James~kevinjames]] comedy [[Feature~V352254~I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry~inowpronounceyouchucklarry]] (2007) and followed it up with a supporting turn as Chi Chi in the live action fantasy [[Feature~V424860~Dragonball~dragonball:evolution]] (2009), adapted from the mangas of the same name. In 2010 she appeared in the [[Performer~P62990~Adam Sandler~adamsandler]] comedy Grown Ups, and 2011 found her in both Sucker Punch and the massively successful sequel to The Hangover. She then joined ABC's fantasy Once Upon a Time in the recurring role of Mulan and also replaced actress Devon Aoki in the 2013 sequel Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

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