Jamie Chung is one of the famous TV Actress, who was born on the memorable day of April 10 in the year 1983. Hailing from the vibrant city of California, Jamie Chung is a proud citizen of United States.
Reality star turned actress who had roles in The Hangover Part II, Princess Protection Programand the television shows Once Upon a Timeand The Gifted. She also voiced the character Go Go in the 2014 Disney feature Big Hero 6.
Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Jamie Chung continues to be an inspiration for many.
Details about Jamie Chung
University of California, Riverside; Lowell High School
She gained fame after appearing in the MTV reality show Real World: San Diego.
She competed as a Real Worldalum in the spin-off show Real World/Real Rules Challenge.
She married actor Bryan Greenberg on Halloween in 2015. They have 2 children. She gained a recurring role as Mulan in ABC’s smash hit Once Upon a Time alongside Ginnifer Goodwin.
Jamie Chung Timeline
She and her older sister are second-generation Korean-American, raised by "traditional" parents who moved to the United States in 1980, and ran a hamburger restaurant.
After graduating from Lowell High School in 2001, Chung attended and graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a B.
She began her career in 2004 as a cast member on the MTV reality series The Real World: San Diego and subsequently through her appearances on its spin-off show, Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno II.
After appearing on The Real World, Chung appeared on its spin-off game show, Real World/Road Rules Challenge, as a cast member in that show's 2005 season, The Inferno II, during which she was a member of the "Good Guys" team, which squared off against the "Bad Asses".
After her stint on The Real World, Chung began her acting career with various minor roles in television and films, including as Cordy Han in ten episodes of Days of Our Lives, as a Hooters girl in the 2007 comedy I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, and in episodes of CSI: NY and Veronica Mars.
In 2008 Chung had her first major onscreen role, as the series lead in the ABC Family television miniseries Samurai Girl.
She had supporting roles in the 2009 feature films Sorority Row and Dragonball Evolution, in the latter as Goku's love interest, Chi Chi, as well as the lead role in one of the segments of the film Burning Palms.
She appeared in 2010 film Grown Ups and had a supporting role in the 2012 martial arts film The Man with the Iron Fists.
In March 2011, Chung played Amber in Zack Snyder's action fantasy film Sucker Punch, which required her to undergo physical training with Navy SEALs and work with stunt and fight choreographers who had worked on Snyder's previous films, 300 and Watchmen.
Chung gained her first major feature film role in the 2012 film Premium Rush, directed by David Koepp.
In 2013, Chung moved to Manhattan.
She later transitioned into acting and has since become known for films such as Dragonball Evolution, Grown Ups, Premium Rush, Sorority Row, The Hangover Part II, Sucker Punch, and Big Hero 6 (2014).
Chung and her then-fiancé, Bryan Greenberg, co-starred together as a couple who meet in Hong Kong in the film Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, which was released in February 2015.
In March 2016, Chung was cast as attorney Lana Harris in the one-hour legal drama Miranda's Rights, but the series was not picked up by NBC after the pilot episode.
Chung played the lead role in the miniseries Samurai Girl, was a series regular in the two seasons (2017–19) of the superhero drama series The Gifted, played the recurring role of Mulan in the ABC fantasy television series Once Upon a Time, and has been a series regular, since 2017, as the voice of Go Go Tomago for the animated Big Hero 6: The Series – the role she voiced in the 2014 film.
She reprised the role in 2019's Kingdom Hearts III.
Beginning in August 2020, Chung appeared in the recurring role of Ji-Ah on the HBO series Lovecraft Country.
On October 24, 2021, the couple announced that they were now the parents of twins, who were brought to term through the use of oocyte cryopreservation.
In 2023, Chung voiced Vax, a freedom fighter and recurring character in My Dad the Bounty Hunter.