Jamie Chung plays Channing on NBC's new drama "Believe."
Chung is quickly becoming one of Hollywood's most sought after young actresses. She was most recently seen reprising her role as Lauren in "The Hangover Part III." In 2012, she played the title role in the indie "Eden," which premiered at SXSW. The film won the Narrative Audience Award and Chung received the Special Jury Award for her performance.
That year she also starred in "Knife Fight," opposite Rob Lowe, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival; "Premium Rush," alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Michael Shannon; and "The Man with the Iron Fists," with Russell Crowe. She was seen in 2011 as Amber in Zack Snyder's film "Sucker Punch" and starred in the box office hit sequel "The Hangover Part II." Other film credits include "Sorority Row," "Dragonball," "Grown Up" and "Burning Palms."
Going forward, future projects include "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller; "Rudderless," directed by William H. Macy; and indie comedy "Flock of Dudes."
On television, she continues to reprise her role as Mulan on "Once Upon a Time."
Chung, who was honored as one of the Future Stars of Tomorrow at ShoWest in 2009, was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area. She also has an online blog called "What the Chung."