Jamie Jilynn Chung, popularly known as Jamie Chung is an American actress and former reality television personality. Jamie is currently busy with an upcoming American 3D computer-animated superhero film Big Hero 6.
The film is produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and inspired by Marvel Comics. In the movie, Jamie Chung is giving her voice to the character GoGo Tomago who is a member of this Big Hero 6 squad.
The story centers on robotics genius Hiro Hamada who teams up with the other five heroes to form a group to save his hometown San Fransokyo. GoGo Tomago, the character where Jamie Chung is voicing is dressed up in Yellow with purple hair highlights.
The teaser trailer of the movie has been released on May 22 2014 and the movie will be out in the theatres on November 7, 2014.
Born on 1983 April 10 in San Francisco, California, United States, she belongs to the Korean ethnicity having a beautiful decent Asian look. Jamie had attended Lowell High School and had graduated with a B. An Economics from the University of California, Riverside.
Jamie Chung is busy with her television series Once upon a time aired in 2012 till the present where she has her role as Mulan.
Jamie in MTV’s long-running reality TV show
Talking more about her personal and professional life, Jamie Chung is a very hard-working and laborious person as described by MTV. She used to work two jobs to pay her tuition fees. She used to work at “tremors” a sports bar in Riverside, California as a Waitress.
She was found by MTV and they asked her to audition which he pa s sed and was cast in the fourteenth season of MTV’s long-running reality TV show The Real World aired in 2004. Afterward, she appeared in spin off-game show, Real World/ Road Rules.
Famous Tv Series
After the stint on The Real World, she began her acting career in various minor roles in television as well as the film industry. She is better known for her films Grown Ups, Premium Rush, Sorority Row, The Hangover Part II, Princess Protection Program, and Sucker Punch.
She is also known for her roles in television series such as Samurai Girl, CSI: NY, Greek, and Belief. She has given her voice in two video games, 2009 Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Uprising as Tamara and 2011 X-Men: Destiny as Aimi Yoshida.