Jennifer Tung grew up in the Bay Area before relocating to Los Angeles. Her passion for acting led her to audition for the Fox series The Masked Rider, in which she landed a role as an evil sorceress. That led to her being cast by Chuck Norris as his daughter in the 2000 television film The President's Man. A sequel to the film, again starring Norris and Tung, will air in January, 2002.
Tung's numerous TV guest-star appearances include a recent stint opposite Quentin Tarantino on Alias, plus recurring roles on Angel, The Pretender, Murder in a Small Town X, and Charmed, and a guest spot on The King of Queens.
Tung also continues to pursue independent film projects, such as the action comedy She Said She Loved Me, from Pokemon executive producer Toshiaki Okuno. Also due out in 2002 is the drama Contagion and the short film The Unkindness of Ravens, the latter airing on HBO in April, 2002.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
Jennifer Tung Facts
|Birthday||May 3, 1973 (50)|
|Star Trek: Insurrection|
|What Lies Beneath|
|Kung Pow: Enter the Fist|
|Bang, Bang, Your Debt|
|The President's Man|
|Jackie Chan's First Strike|
|The President's Man 2: A Line In The Sand|