Macau-born Ming-Na has already made history: As Lien Hughes on "As The World Turns", she was the first Asian-American to play a regular character on a daytime soap. So, what's Ming up to now? The versatile actress continues to appear in both television and the big screen, including a critically acclaimed performance in the movie adaptation of Amy Tan's "The Joy Luck Club". She's also made a successful foray into the world of voiceover. You can hear Ming in Disney's animated movie, "Mulan" and "Mulan 2", and as Detective Ellen Yin in the animated series, "The Batman". She is married with two kids.
*Interesting fact: Ming and her husband, screenwriter Eric Zee, manage an Asian-American boy band named At Last. The band was a finalist on the reality series, "America's Got Talent".