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June 29, 1971 (52)
Christina Chang is an American actress, admired for her impactful portrayals in both film and television. Born to a Taiwanese father and an American mother, her diverse heritage played a pivotal role in shaping her compelling performances that resonate across cultures.
Christina Chang’s foray into the world of acting began with a role in the film “Brother Tied” in 1998. However, it was her dynamic portrayal of characters in popular television series that really brought her into the limelight. Her work in medical dramas like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “The Good Doctor” has been praised for its emotional depth and authenticity. In “The Good Doctor”, she portrayed Dr. Audrey Lim, a character lauded for its compelling narrative and realistic depiction of a woman in a position of power in the medical field.
Chang’s career is further distinguished by her collaboration with a wide array of industry luminaries. From David Shore, the creator of “The Good Doctor” and “House”, to Shonda Rhimes, the powerhouse behind “Grey’s Anatomy”, Chang has consistently showcased her ability to immerse herself into her characters. She has worked alongside actors such as Freddie Highmore, Antonia Thomas, and Nicholas Gonzalez in “The Good Doctor”, and Ellen Pompeo, Patrick Dempsey, and Sandra Oh in “Grey’s Anatomy”.
In her illustrious career, Christina Chang has garnered significant recognition for her performances. She received a nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series at the 2020 Imagen Foundation Awards for her role in “The Good Doctor”.