Jamie Chung biography
Date of Birth: April 10, 1983
Born in San Francisco, Jamie Chung is of Korean heritage. She was working at a sports bar in Riverside, California when MTV held auditions there in 2004 and asked her to try out for the reality series The Real World, in which each season, a group of seven people in their 20s from different backgrounds and countries lived together in a major city. Jamie was cast in the series, then made her acting debut with a small role on the TV series Veronica Mars. Next followed the role of Ella in the MTV TV movie Katrina (2007). She made her feature film debut playing a Hooters girl in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007) starring Adam Sandler.
She played recurring roles on the soap opera Days of Our Lives and the ABC Family TV series Greek before landing the lead in the six-episode ABC Family TV series Samurai Girl, playing Heaven, the adopted daughter of wealthy parents who strives to balance a normal life with the Samurai traditions of her ancestors. Other television credits include the Disney Channel movie "Princess Protection Program, and guest appearances on ER, Grey's Anatomy, Castle and CSI: NY.
On the big screen, she played Chi Chi in Dragonball: Evolution (2009), Claire in the horror feature Sorority Row (2009), Rob Schneider's daughter in the comedy Grown Ups (2010), Amber in the action film Sucker Punch (2011) and Stu's fiancée in The Hangover Part II (2011). She can be seen alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Premium Rush (2012) and in the martial arts film The Man With the Iron Fists (2012). In 2013, Chung played a role in Knife Fight , also starring Rob Lowe and her Once Upon a Time co-star Jennifer Morrison. She also returned alongside Bradley Cooper in The Hangover Part III .
Most recently, she landed a recurring role on the FOX series Gotham. She also starred in the comedy films Flock of Dudes (2016) and Office Christmas Party (2016).
Jamie married actor Bryan Greenberg in October 2015.