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JAMIE CHUNG (Chi Chi) had the lead in the hit ABC Family original mini-series "Samurai Girl.” The show revolved around Heaven (Chung), the adopted daughter of wealthy parents, who strives to balance a normal life with the Samurai traditions of her ancestors. She recently completed production on the independent film "Burning Palms,” directed by Christopher Landen. Set in Los Angeles, the film interlaces five stories in which each character is pulled toward a comically dark fate.

Chung completed production on the remake of the 1983 horror movie "The House on Sorority Row.” The film also stars Carrie Fisher, and is currently scheduled for an October 2009 release. Additionally, Chung recently wrapped Disney's television film "The Princess Protection Program,” opposite Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato. The comedy follows the tribulations of a young princess who is taken into custody by a special protection program, when her tiny country is invaded and relocated to rural Wisconsin. In the heart of the Midwest, she must learn to behave like a normal American teenager.

Chung appeared in the hit movie comedy "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry.” Her other television credits include a leading role on "ER,” a guest-starring stint on "CSI: NY,” and recurring appearances on "Greek.”


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