Born:10 April, 1983 San Francisco, California, the USA
About/Bio:Jamie Chung is an actress.
About/Bio: Jamie Chung is a California-born actress who shot to stardom when she featured on the MTV reality Show, The Real World: San Diego in 2004. She is an American of Korean descent with a successful acting career. Her work on the screen includes such hits as Once Upon a Time, Premium Rush, and Grown Ups. She got married to Bryan Greenberg in 2015.
Who Is Jamie Chung?
Born in San Francisco, California, on the 10th of April 1983, Jamie Chung went to Lowell High School before attending the University of California. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Economics although she chose to dedicate her life to acting. In college, she was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Chung has become one of Hollywood's most successful actresses having featured in such hits as Sucker Punch and the Hanover 2. Jamie is also an established blogger, owning a personal fashion blog called “Whatthechung”. It has a monthly readership of over 100,000 users.
Jamie Chung Movies and TV Shows
Jamie has featured in 22 movies over a period of 10 years starting in 2007. She first starred in the 2007 movie, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, in which she played the Hooters Girl. Her first major role was when she played Chi Chi in Dragonball Evolution, a movie that grossed $57.5 million at the Box Office. To add icing on the cake, Dragonball Evolution came out on her 26th birthday. Most Jamie Chung Movies have been critically and financially successful.
Jamie’s role in Sucker Punch
When Emma Stone withdrew from the cast of Sucker Punch, Jamie Chung took up the role where she played Amber. She went on to put up a performance that earned her more slots in future movies. Chung has also featured in some of the most successful TV shows in Hollywood including ER, Days of our lives, SCI: New York, and Grey’s Anatomy.
Relationships and Marriage
Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg her husband live in California. She has not given the internet much to gossip about when it comes to her relationships and has been able to keep a stable marriage. The two started dating in 2012 and a year later, in 2013, Bryan proposed with a song he had written for her.
As of April 2018, the couple does not have any children yet. So far, the Jamie Chung Bryan Greenberg union seems to be stable, a very rare thing in Hollywood considering all the celebrity divorces.
Jamie Chung husband Bryan Greenberg is also an actor and singer. His biggest role was when he played Been Epstein in the series, How to Make it in America.
Is Jamie Chung hot? Of course she is! She has been featured in People Magazine where she gave beauty tips. Fans admire her flawless and impeccable style, and countless women look up to her for beauty advice.
"Shows: Real World, Days of Our Lives, Princess Protection Program, Grey's Anatomy, and Big Hero 6: The Series.
Movies: Dragonball Evolution, Sorority Row, Burning Palms, The Man with the Iron Fists, The Hangover Part III, Eden, Premium Rush, Sucker Punch, Knife Fight.
Jamie Chung Instagram Star
With over 1 million followers, Jamie definitely rocks it on Instagram. Most people follow her for her stunning pictures that highlight her sharp fashion sense. She not only has a huge following but most of her fans engage with her posts. She gets thousands of shares and hundreds of comments on most of her posts. It seems people can’t get enough of those Jamie Chung feet. She is frequently praised for her pretty feet whether she is rocking high heels or wedges.
Jamie Chung Role in Real World: San Diego
The Real World: San Diego was an MTV reality show which featured 8 strangers living together. The show focused on their day to day lives as well as how the contestants related with each other. Jamie participated in the 2004 season which took place in San Diego. Jamie Chung’s Real World role has been pivotal in her career.
Of all the cast members, she is the only one that has sprung to fame having secured different acting jobs later.
She has studied Taekwondo
Chung put up a superb performance in Samurai Girl, a miniseries that premiered on ABC in 2008. Although it was obviously hard work, the role was completely up her alley since she has had a few Taekwondo lessons when she was 6. The lessons only lasted for 2 weeks because she broke her finger, but it is clear that this would come in handy years later in her acting career.