Facts of Jamie Chung - Biography
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Jamie Jilynn Chung was born on April 10, 1983, in San Francisco, USA. She and her more established sister are second-era Korean Americans, raised by "customary" folks who moved to the United States in 1980 and ran a cheeseburger restaurant. MTV portrayed her as somebody who "lets it know like it may be". In the wake of moving on from Lowell High School in 2001, she went to and moved on from the University of California, Riverside with a B.A. in Economics in 2005.
Reality TV Show
Chung was a thrown part on The Real World: San Diego, in the 14th season of MTV’s TV show; The Real World, which initially disclosed in 2004. At the time she was chosen to be on The Real World: San Diego, she was portrayed by MTV as a dedicated understudy who worked two occupations to pay her educational cost, however, who likewise appreciated celebrating. She was additionally portrayed by her companions as not having the best taste in men. In the wake of showing up on The Real World, Chung showed up as a crew member on its turn off diversion show, Real World/Road Rules Challenge. Before the season ended, subsequently a few cast parts had been killed amid the opposition,
Chung stayed, alongside her kindred Good Guys colleagues Mike Mizanin, Darrell Taylor and Landon Lueck. Chung and her partners were triumphant against the remaining parts of the Bad Asses on the last occasion and won the opposition. Chung won the Female Stars of Tomorrow Award at the 2009 Showiest industry exchange show.
Acting in Series and Movies
Since her spell on The Real World, she started her acting vocation showing up in different minor parts in TV and movies, incorporating as Cordy Han in ten scenes of Days of our Lives, as a Hooters young lady in the 2007 satire I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, and in scenes of CSI: NY and Veronica Mars. In 2008, she featured in her first real part and the arrangement lead in the ABC Family miniseries Samurai Girl, which dispatched in September 2008. She later had supporting parts in the 2009 peculiarity movies Sorority Row and Dragonball Evolution, in the recent as Goku's affection interest, Chi, and additionally the lead part in one of the fragments of the motion picture Burning Palms.
Chung later went to star in the Disney Channel TV motion picture, Princess Protection Program which co-featured Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez. She showed up in 2010 film Grown Ups and had a supporting part in the 2012 combative technique film The Man with the Iron Fists. Chung picked up her first significant gimmick film part in the 2012 film Premium Rush, administered by David Koepp and featuring as the lead in the autonomous film Eden (2012), Chung plays a youthful Korean American young lady.
Chung presently depicts the repeating part of Mulan in the TV arrangement, Once Upon a Time. Her appearance on the arrangement was panned by Bruce Fretts of, TV Guide who felt that she didn't fit into the arrangement's dreamland.In 2011, she gave the voice of Aimi Yoshida in the feature amusement X-Men: Destiny. She additionally co-featured in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For in August 2014.
About her personal life, much is not known to the media. However, she had been dating artist Bryan Greenberg since the couple first met in 2012. And it was until the December of 2013 that the couple got married.