Christina Chang Biography
Christina Chang is a Taiwanese born American actress and presenter best known for her role as Dr. Sunny Macer on 24, State Attorney Rebecca Nevins on CSI: Miami and Megan Vannoy in Nashville.
Christina Chang Age
Shee was born on June 29, 1971 in Taipei, Taiwan. She is 47 years old as of 2018.
Christina Chang Height
She stands at a height of 1.78 m.
Christina Chang Family | Christina Chang Parents
Her mother is American from Kansas and her father is Chinese-Filipino. Her names are currently not disclosed. She grew up in Taipei and moved to the United States to study theatre and film at the University of Kansas when she was 17. She later moved to Seattle, Washington where she graduated from the University of Washington.
Christina Chang Married | Christina Chang Spouse
She is married and has a family of three which includes her husband and daughter. She is married to an IT expert, Soam Lall, the founder of Kinnecting app and the director of Social Code. The two have been together since 2011. They are blessed with a daughter called Samara who was born on 3 April 2012.
Christina Chang Movies And Tv Shows
The Peanut Butter Theory
A Line in the Sand
Live Free or Die Hard
Dinner and a Movie
The Good Doctor
Dr Audrey Lim
NCIS Special Agent Valeri Page
Rizzoli & Isles
Sea Of Fire
Prosecutor Rebecca Crowell
The Deep End
Dr. Vanessa Hoyt
No Ordinary Family
Detective Yvonne Cho
Lie to Me
Brothers & Sisters
Professor Jane Condon
Play or Be Played
Professor Anna Young
Man of Your Dreams
Dr. Meredith Golden
Women in Law
Close to Home
Attorney Elizabeth Tyler
State Attorney Rebecca Nevins
The West Wing
Dr. Sunny Macer
ADA Sandy Chang
Without a Trace
Once and Again
Christina Chang Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of about $21 million
Christina Chang Globe Trekker
She used to be the hosts of the travel show, Globe Trekker, for 6 episodes from 1999 to 2003.
Christina Chang Rizzoli And Isles
She stars as Kiki in Rizzoli And Isles, a TNT television series starring Angie Harmon as police detective Jane Rizzoli and Sasha Alexander as medical examiner Dr. Maura Isles.
Christina Chang The Good Doctor
She stars as Dr. Audrey Lim, an attending trauma surgeon in charge of the ER and surgical residents. The Good Doctor is an American medical drama television series based on the 2013 award-winning South Korean series of the same name.
Christina Chang Nashville | Christina Chang Lawyer
She stars as Megan Vannoy, Deacon’s lawyer at the beginning of season 2 in Nashville, an American musical drama television series created by Academy Award winner Callie Khouri and produced by R. J. Cutler, Khouri, Dee Johnson, and Steve Buchanan through season four, Connie Britton through season five, and Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick from season five on.
Christina Chang Csi Miami
She stars as State Attorney Rebecca Nevins in CSI: Miami, an American police procedural drama television series that premiered on September 23, 2002, on CBS.
Christina Chang Lucifer
She stars as Vanessa Dunlear in Lucifer, is an American urban fantasy police procedural comedy-drama television series developed by Tom Kapinos. It premiered on Fox on January 25, 2016. It is based on the DC Comics character created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg.
Christina Chang Suits
She stars as Vivien Tanaka in Suits, an American legal drama television series created and written by Aaron Korsh. The series premiered on June 23, 2011, on USA Network, and is produced by Universal Cable.
Christina Chang 24
She stars as Dr. Sunny Macer on 24, an American television series produced for the Fox network, created by Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran. It premiered on 6 November 2001 and its final broadcast was on 24 May 2010.
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Christina Chang Talks Playing Dr. Audrey Lim on ABC’s ‘The Good Doctor’ (Interview)
Denise Caputo: Congratulations on your season 2 promotion to series regular! Before we talk about season 2, tell me a little about what it was like first landing your role on The Good Doctor?
Christina Chang: Thank you so much! I really enjoy being a part of this show. I originally went in to audition for Dr. Lim as a recur; she was created to come on as the doctor to handle a mass casualty in an earlier episode. Walking onto set was like walking into a real ER, it was impressive! I have to say I was a little nervous because I had to dive right in and make it look like I knew what I was doing with cracking open a chest and massaging a heart! Of course, everyone from cast to crew was so welcoming, and I felt very comfortable right off the bat.
DC: I’m a huge fan of the show and have been since day 1. Viewers fell in love with The Good Doctor almost immediately, and the series has quite a strong fandom. What do you think about the incredible and positive reception that viewers/fans have displayed over the show?
CC: Again, thank you, that’s so appreciated! It’s really been fantastic to have such support from all the viewers! You never know, no matter how good of an experience working on a show can be, what the audience will think or feel about it. For fans to be so positive about our stories and characters is encouraging and energizing! So, thanks to everyone out there. It’s so encouraging!
DC: How does it feel to be a part of a series that is inspiring its audience, starting conversations around acceptance, and changing lives?
CC: It doesn’t get better than this, does it? To be a part of a show that has the ability to inspire people to open their hearts and start conversations about difficult topics which can ultimately change lives? That’s a win for me. Just so gratifying, honestly.
DC: It’s clear to see that the cast has a special chemistry and a close bond both on and off the set and also with the show’s fanbase through social media. How much fun is it working with such a talented group of actors/crew members and also interacting with fans each week while live-tweeting?
CC: I cannot tell you how grateful I am to not only get to do a job I feel passionate about but to also work with people that I like, respect and enjoy hanging with outside of work! Interacting with fans is also fun! It’s amazing to see how invested they are! I love how closely they pay attention to certain lines and looks passed between the characters. It makes doing our jobs so much more satisfying to see and hear the feedback!
DC: Now, we’ll fast forward to season 2. We’ve already gotten to learn a little more about Dr. Audrey Lim, which is fantastic! She’s one of the few females in a leadership position on the series, and in a recent episode, we see her risking her career while making a judgment call on a case. She puts the patient before her own career, which is both admirable and dangerous. Tell me a little bit about what it’s like/what it means to you to be playing such a strong and successful female role, and what does that potentially career-ending decision say about the character?
CC: To be playing a woman who is smart, brave, compassionate and in a leadership position is a dream. I think she’s driven by her sense of justice, her commitment to treating all equally that need help. This may be seen as dangerous for her career, but is an asset to her patients. The fact that she’s written as an Asian American woman is also very gratifying and heartening. I’ve been doing this acting thing for a few years now, and getting to play a woman in a leadership position is so important to me as a mom, I’m glad my daughter gets to see more faces like hers on television. I’m also proud to represent female surgeons, who only make up 19% of the surgeons in this country.
DC: When I spoke with Nicholas Gonzalez ahead of the season 2 premiere, he teased a little bit about a healthy competition this season between Dr. Melendez and Dr. Lim for the Chief of Surgery role. Without divulging any spoilers, what can you tease about Dr. Lim’s story arch this season or just about the upcoming season in general?
CC: Oh yes, there’s definitely some healthy competition between Dr. Melendez and Dr. Lim! As already evidenced through certain episodes this season, they have a history of mutual respect and fondness for one another, but they are also both very real candidates for Andrews to choose between. The question of who will make Chief of Surgery will be resolved this season, and you’ll definitely get another little peek at Dr. Lim outside of the hospital. That’s all I can say for now!
DC: What has been your favorite part about playing Dr. Audrey Lim?
CC: There are so many things I love about getting to play Dr. Lim, where do I start? She’s a trauma surgeon with a sarcastic sense of humor, rides motorcycles and absolutely digs being in the ER. And is really good at her job. I love how brave she is – she’s an adrenaline junky, which I am not!
DC: Season 2, so far, is incredible! I love how the focus has shifted slightly away from Dr. Murphy’s autism and more towards the lives of each character. So far, the season is off to a great start. What are you most excited for viewers to see (or to take away from) this season?
CC: It’s true, the audience is getting to glimpse at other characters lives a little bit more. I can’t say there’s any one thing that stands out as more exciting than another as we all get to engage a bit in our backstories while continuing to explore our current relationships, whether they be professional or personal.
DC: At Fan Fest News, we celebrate fandoms of things that we love and that we’re fans of in pop culture whether it’s music, film, television, books, etc. Right now, in today’s pop culture, what are some things that you fangirl over? What do you love about today’s pop culture?
CC: I’m watching so many shows right now I can’t keep count! I’m fangirling over any Phoebe-Waller Bridge show; I just think she is fantastic. I also love Sharon Horgan. These two women are great actresses but also smart writers and creators; I watch all their shows. I absolutely dig The Man In the High Castle, Altered Carbon, and Game of Thrones because I like to get lost in these gigantic worlds of fantasy or sci-fi. I also watch Handmaid’s Tale, Homeland, Billions, House of Cards, Counterpart, Ozark, Schitt’s Creek, and lots of stand up on Netflix. I’m a fan of Hannah Gadsby and Hasan Minhaj.
DC: In addition to The Good Doctor, are there any other upcoming projects that you are working on and that you’d like to share with our readers?
CC: I’m currently working with my writing partner on a half hour show, stay tuned!
DC: Is there anything you’d like to say to the fans and viewers of The Good Doctor?
CC: Thank you so much for watching! It’s been an honor to be a part of this show, and I hope the rest of Season 2 continues to delight, surprise, and move you! Please keep watching; it’s very encouraging to know you’re supporting us. We wouldn’t be on the air without you so thank you!
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