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Ming Na Wen

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Born: November 20, 1967 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: China Profession: Cast ...
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Lived in Hong Kong
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Moved to Queens, New York at age five with her mother and older brother
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Moved to Pittsburgh with family
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Appeared in regional productions while attending college
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Returned to New York upon graduation
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Off-Broadway debut, "Tiny Mommy"
1988:
Appeared as Lien Hughes in the daytime soap, "As the World Turns"; first Asian actor in a contract role on a soap
1992:
Feature acting debut, "Rain Without Thunder"
1993:
Breakthrough feature, "The Joy Luck Club"
1993:
TV movie debut, "Blind Spot"
1995:
Appeared in recurring role of med student Deb Chen on NBC drama "ER"
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Cast as regular on the sitcom on "The Single Guy" (NBC)
1998:
Broadway debut as co-star of "Golden Child", written by David Henry Hwang
1998:
Voiced the title character in Disney's animated "Mulan"
2000:
Rejoined "ER" reprising her role as Jing-Mei (Deb) Chen; signed to remain with show through the 2002-2003 season
2001:
Provided voice for the leading character of Dr. Aki Ross in the CGI animated feature "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within"

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