Juliana 'JuJu' Chan is a Hong Kong-born American actress, martial artist, model, singer, and writer. She is also a winner in the Miss Chinatown USA 2009 pageant, and has been called the "Female Bruce Lee" by fans. She received her master's degree in Film and Television from New York University. Chan is best known for her role as Silver Dart Shi in the latest Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, and her role as Zan in Netflix Series Wu Assassins.
|Born:||Juliana Chan, February 2, 1989, Hong Kong|
|Alma mater:||University of San Francisco, New York University (Tisch School of the Arts)|
|Occupation:||Actress, martial artist, model, singer, writer|
|Spouse(s):||Antony Szeto (m. 2019)|
|Website:||JuJu Chan's Official site|
|Twitter:||JuJu Chan's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||JuJu Chan's IMDb|
About JuJu Chan
Notable as both a screen actress and a martial arts expert, Chan is known for her roles in action films such as Fist of the Dragon; The Young Boxer; and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2: The Green Legend. Also a pop vocalist, she was the 2011 recipient of the Hong Kong Metro Radio New Singer Award. In 2019, she began starring in the Netflix series Wu Assassins.
She studied at both the University of San Francisco and New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, earning a mathematics and computer science degree from the former school and a film and television degree from the latter.
She competed in the Miss Chinatown USA, Miss Hong Kong, and United Nations International beauty pageants.
Born Juliana Chan, she spent her first three years in Hong Kong. She later relocated to California with her parents and her twin sister.
She stars as Ping Wei in the Roger Corman feature Palace of the Damned.
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- Hong Kong female models
- Hong Kong emigrants to the United States
- Hong Kong female singers
- Musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area
- University of San Francisco alumni
- Writers from the San Francisco Bay Area
- Hong Kong television actresses
- Hong Kong film actresses