Charlyne Yi Biography, Facts & Life
Charlyne Amanda Yi
Actress, Comedian, Writer, Musician
Physical Stats & More
5 feet 2 inches or 1.60 m
Jet Elfman (25 November 2015-2018) (divorced)
Los Angeles, California, United States
Date of birth
January 4, 1986
Age (As In 2020)
Fontana, California, USA
Bloomington High School
University of California, Riverside
Painting, Poetry, Writing and Music
Charlyne born on 4 January, 1989. She is an American actress and musician. Her professions include music, magic and sports.
Charlyne Amanda Yi won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. She is best for her role Dr. Chi Park.
Charlyne Yi was raised in Fontana, California; her mother has Spanish Filipino ancestry and her father is of Korean, Irish, German, French and Native American descent. Before leaving to pursue a full-time career in comedy, she attended the University of California, Riverside. She attended Bloomington High School and was involved in theaters, She had an early interest in performing.
Charlyne Yi began performing in Bloomington, California. After high school, Charlyne Yi performed shows at The Steve Allen Theater in Los Angeles, and the Honest Citizens Brigade Theater. She performed in the New York Comedy Festival in 2005 and 2006, HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado in 2007. Jude Apatow’s 2007 film Knocked Up was debut for Charlyne Yi. Charlyne Yi performed at the Just for Laughs Festival in 2008 at Montreal part of the Apatow Destruction live comedy show.
Yi executive produced in addition to co-writing in the film 2009 Paper Heart, ”a hybrid documentary”, She starred as a fictional version of herself, along with Michael Cera.
For 2009, he was chosen as one of Venus Zine’s ”25 under 25”.
Charlyne Yi and Paul Rust formed The Glass Beef. The two share an electric guitar and both lead singers.
In January 2010, Charlyne Yi performed a duet about the break-up lines with Demetri Martin on 2 episodes for the Comedy Central Sketch Series. However, the couple was cut off from the final edit of the episode.
Yi starred in Fox’s series House as Dr. Chi Park, a young doctor with anger-management issues from October, 2011 to May, 2012.
All About Steve
This Is 40
The Last Time You Had Fun
We Bare Bears
The Disaster Artist
Literally, Right Before Aaron
The Lego Ninjago Movie
Puppet Master: The Littest Reich
Always Be My Maybe
Steven Universe: The Movie
Trolls World Tour
We Bare Bears: The Movie
On the Moon
You Can’t Kill Me Twice