Produced in San Francisco, California, Jamie Chung was a pupil in the University of California at Riverside. She first got national interest appearing on MTV’s “The Real World: San Diego” in 2004. The student at the University later appeared about the “Real World/Road Rules Challenge” spinoff show, and went to win along with her teammates. Since that time, she’s pursued a career in television and movie.
Jamie Chung Net Worth $4.2 Million Dollars
Because the late 2000’s, she’s focused mainly on movie work, appearing in such jobs as “Princess Protection Program”, “Dragonball Evolution”, “Sorority Row”, “Burning Palms”, “Grown Ups”, “Sucker Punch”, and “The Hangover 2. Then is next slated to appear in the movies, “The Man with the Iron Fists” and “Premium Rush”.
April 10, 1983
San Francisco, California, United States
Film producer, Actor
Lowell High School, University of California, Riverside
Young Hollywood Award for Female Action Star, Young Hollywood Award for Action Star
Sucker Punch, Big Hero 6, It's Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, The Hangover Part II, Dragonball Evolution, The Man with the Iron Fists, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Premium Rush, Sorority Row, Bad Johnson, Grown Ups, Eden, Burning Palms, The Hangover Part III, Knife Fight, 7500, Princess Protection Program, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, Flock of Dudes, Rudderless, Everyone's Going to Die
Believe, Samurai Girl, Once Upon a Time, Real World
Was working at "Tremors", a sports bar in Riverside, California, as a waitress. When MTV held auditions there, they saw her and asked her to audition..... she got it.
Is of Korean heritage
If acting doesn't work out, I plan to do food photography and just eat my way through the entire world. I'm a big foodie, and if I could make some career out of it, that would be fantastic.
There are these creative shows, all on cable, that are just so daring and out there. That's the stuff I really want to be a part of, like with 'Sucker Punch' and 'Hangover 2.' Those movies didn't hold back. They really went for it.
I didn't want to be known as the reality-show star trying to be an actress, so I kept a lot of the failed auditions to myself.
I love photography, I love food, and I love traveling, and to put those three things together would just be the ultimate dream.
I view my career like a rubber-band ball in that every role is a new experience building toward something bigger.
The casting directors that were aware of 'The Real World' looked at me as a joke. It was so hard to get away from that.
To be honest with you, I'm more of a girl's girl. I'm much more comfortable being around other girls.