Who is Chris Pang? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Married Wife, Height, Instagram, Partner, Movies, Girlfriend, Wiki
Christopher Pang (born 29 December 1984) professionally known as Chris Pang is a duo-gifted Australian actor and filmmaker.
He is prominent for his role as Colin Khoo in 2018’s Crazy Rich Asians.
In Tomorrow When the War Began, Chris Pang also played a significant character, Lee Takkam, which was released in 2010.
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|Full Name:||Christopher Pang|
|Stage Name:||Chris Pang|
|Born:||29 December 1984|
|Age:||36 years old|
|Place of Birth:||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Parents:||Anne Pang, Barry Pang|
|Girlfriend • Wife:||Not Disclosed|
|Occupation:||Actor • Tv Personality|
|Net Worth:||$5 million – $8 million|
Chris Pang was born in Melbourne, Australia, on the 29th of December in 1984.
He is the son of Wing Chun instructors.
His paternal grandparents are from Canton, China, while Barry Pang, his father was born and raised in Australia.
His mother, Anne Pang, was born in Taiwan and migrated to Australia in the 1970s.
Chris Pang is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese. He currently lives in Los Angeles.
Chris Pang later enrolled in a university and majored in multimedia studies.
Unsatisfied with his studies, he later took a year off and sold phones to businesses before going into acting.
Chris Pang temporarily moved to Beijing and Hong Kong to pursue his acting career. His big break would come in 2010, booking one of the lead roles in the Australian film adaptation of the young adult dystopian novel, Tomorrow, When the War Began.
He is pronounced to star alongside Caitlin Stasey, the film was a box office success in Australia. Later he acted in the feature film, Citizen Jia Li.
Despite Tomorrow’s success, he received little traction and in 2013 moved to Hollywood to further pursue his acting career. He reunited with his Tomorrow co-star Caitlin Stasey in I, Frankenstein.
In 2016, he appeared in the martial arts film, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, in which he played the character Flying Blade. He also recurred in season two of the drama series, Marco Polo.
In 2018, Chris Pang co-starred in the film adaptation, Crazy Rich Asians, directed by Jon M. Chu and starring Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh, and Henry Golding.
He portrayed Colin Khoo. He later produced and starred in the Manila-set independent film, Empty by Design alongside Osric Chau and Filipina actress Rhian Ramos. Empty by Design was his first feature film as a producer.
Chris Pang co-starred in the 2019 reboot and continuation of Charlie’s Angels, directed by Elizabeth Banks. In June 2019, he was cast in a Jason Katims pilot for Amazon Studios. He also joined the cast of Palm Springs.
- 2010: Tomorrow, When the War Began.
- 2011: Citizen Jia Li
- 2013: California Dreaming
- 2014: I, Frankenstein, Fist of the Dragon, and The Mule.
- 2015: Superfast!
- 2016: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny
- 2018: Crazy Rich Asians
- 2019: Empty by Design Charlie’s Angels
- 2020: Palm Springs
Chris Pang has over 59k+ followers on IG @Chrispang.
Also, 61k+ followers on Twitter @Chrispang.
Chris Pang is distantly related to Bruce Lee as Lee’s father was a cousin of Pang’s paternal grandmother, and both came from the same village in Canton.
In addition, through his mother Anne Pang, Chris Pang is a descendant of Wong Nai Siong, the Chinese revolutionary leader, Christian reformer, and humanitarian who was vital in the Fujian province in overthrowing the propaganda machine of the late Qing Dynasty.
While selling phones, Chris Pang began his career incidentally after walking into a casting agency that was looking for a performer to do a Chinese accent for a voice-over. Chris Pang booked the role dubbing as Jackie Chan‘s brother in New Police Story 4. This started his acting career.
Shortly afterward, he began studying at TAFTA in Melbourne. Chris Pang has received the Asians On Film “Best Actor,” 2013.
Chris Pang‘s wife or girlfriend’s name has not in anyway been publicized. He keeps a private life. Nobody knows if he is married or he has a partner.
The Chinese-descent Australian actor, Chris Pang has an estimated net worth of $5 million – $8 million.