Jamie Chung Net Worth
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Jamie Chung net worth: Jamie Chung is an American actress who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Born in San Francisco, California, Jamie Chung was a student at the University of California at Riverside. She first gained national attention appearing on MTV’s “The Real World: San Diego” in 2004. She subsequently appeared on the “Real World/Road Rules Challenge” spin-off show, and went on to win with her teammates. Since then, she has pursued a career in television and film. She has played supporting, guest starring, and recurring roles in such television programs as “Veronica Mars”, “Greek”, “Days of Our Lives”, “E.R.”, “CSI: NY”, “Samurai Girl”, and “Castle”. Since the late 2000’s, she has focused primarily on film work, appearing in such projects as “Princess Protection Program”, “Dragonball Evolution”, “Sorority Row”, “Burning Palms”, “Grown Ups”, “Sucker Punch”, and “The Hangover 2”. She is next slated to appear in the films, “The Man with the Iron Fists” and “Premium Rush”.
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Inspirational Quotes by Jamie Chung
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.Jamie Chung
To be honest with you, I'm more of a girl's girl. I'm much more comfortable being around other girls.Jamie Chung
In terms of scripted shows, I love 'Mad Men.' Cinematically, it's one of the most beautiful shows ever made. I love the subtlety of the acting and the storytelling, and I love that they don't think the audience is dumb. They make a great show, and you figure it out, and it leaves you with so many questions - it's just great.Jamie Chung
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.Jamie Chung
When they don't have your back on a show, it's the worst feeling ever. That energy trickles down to the cast and crew. You can feel when it's not gonna be a winner. But when you have the support of the network and the studio, it's a really good feeling.Jamie Chung