Ming-Na

Ming-Na
==Early life== Ming-Na was born on Coloane Island, Macau, to Chinese parents and moved to the United States as a young girl with her mother; her parents divorced when she was a toddler. She attended high school in the Pittsburgh suburb of Mt.

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Birthday
1963-11-20
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Birthname
Ming-Na Wen
Sign
Scorpio
Hometown
Coloane Island Macau
Country
Macau
Ethnicity
Asian
Height
5'4"
Weight
110
Job
Actress
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Hair
Brown
Eyes
Brown
Breast
34
Waist
25"
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34"
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Ming-Na Early life

Ming-Na was born on Coloane Island, Macau, to Chinese parents and moved to the United States as a young girl with her mother; her parents divorced when she was a toddler. She attended high school in the Pittsburgh suburb of Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama from Carnegie Mellon University, the same university that ER producer John Wells attended.

She married American film writer Kirk Aanes in 1990, but divorced in 1993 without children. She got married for the second time on June 16, 1995, with Erich Michael Zee, and has since then had two children. As of 2007, they live in Calabasas, California.

Ming-Na Career

Her most prominent role may be as Dr. Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen on the NBC drama series, ER. Ming-Na appeared in the movie version of Amy Tan's novel The Joy Luck Club and played Chun-Li in Street Fighter. She also appeared in a supporting role on the comedy series The Single Guy which starred Jonathan Silverman. Ming-Na also provided the voice for the title character in Disney's animated movie Mulan, and its sequel Mulan II, as well as reprising her role in the Square Enix/Disney videogame Kingdom Hearts II, Aki Ross in the computer animated film Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, and Detective Ellen Yin in the animated series The Batman. She was also the voice actress for Jade, a minor character in the HBO animated series Spawn. In 2004, she took part in a Hollywood Home Game on the World Poker Tour, and won.

In fall 2005, she starred on the NBC drama series Inconceivable as the lead character, Rachel Lu. However, the series was cancelled after only a few episodes. Her next TV role was an FBI agent in the FOX kidnap drama series Vanished, which premiered in the fall of 2006 then was cancelled roughly 3 months later.

Ming-Na Recent

On October 8 through October 29, 2007, Ming-Na appeared in a four episode arc of CBS' Two and a Half Men playing Linda Harris, a divorced, 40-year-old judge and mother who is a love interest for Charlie Harper, played by Charlie Sheen. In the Fall of 2009 she will star on the new SyFy Channel series "Stargate Universe."

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