Charlyne Yi

Movie Actress

Charlyne Yi was born in Los Angeles, California, United States on January 4th, 1986 and is the Movie Actress. At the age of 38, Charlyne Yi biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 4, 1986
United States
Place of Birth
Los Angeles, California, United States
38 years old
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$1 Million
Comedian, Film Actor, Film Producer, Film Score Composer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor
Charlyne Yi Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

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Charlyne Yi Life

Charlyne Amanda Yi (born January 4, 1986) is an American comic actress.

Her performances include music, magic, games, and often audience participation.Her screenwriting debut, the feature film Paper Heart, won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

She is also known for her role as Dr.

Chi Park on the Fox medical drama House, the voice of every Ruby on the Cartoon Network animated series Steven Universe, the voice of Chloe Park on We Bare Bears and the voice of Alice on Summer Camp Island.

Early life

Yi was raised in Fontana, California; their mother has Filipino and Spanish ancestry and their father is of Korean, Irish, Mexican, German, French and Native American descent. They attended the University of California, Riverside before leaving to pursue a full-time career in comedy. They had an early interest in performing while attending Bloomington High School and was involved in theatre.

Personal life

Yi describes themself as a leftist, painter, and folktale writer.

Yi describes their gender identity as "queer genderfluid enby".

On Twitter, they accused Marilyn Manson of sexual harassment on the set of House.

In 2018 Amber Tamblyn said of her husband David Cross, "Basically he was rightfully accused of doing something racist to the comedian Charlyne Yi," following tweets that Yi had posted on the subject in 2017.

In 2021, they spoke out about their experience with James Franco, specifically discussing their efforts to quit his 2017 film, The Disaster Artist, after learning of the sexual misconduct allegations against him. Yi also criticized Seth Rogen for enabling Franco's behavior and continuing to work with him following the allegations.


Charlyne Yi Career


Yi started their career by appearing in Bloomington, California. They appeared in Los Angeles at The Steve Allen Theater and The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, after high school. They appeared in 2005 and 2006 at the New York Comedy Festival, and in 2007 HBO's United States premiere. Aspen, Colorado, the comedians perform at the Aspen Arts Festival.

In Judd Apatow's 2007 film Knocked Up, Yi's debut was in Judd Apatow's's Knocked Up. Yi performed at the Just for Laughs Festival in 2008 as part of the Apatow for Destruction Live comedy festival in Montreal.

Yi starred as both executive producer and co-writer in the 2009 film Paper Heart, a "hybrid documentary" in which Yi served as both executive producer and co-writer, as well as Michael Cera.

Yi was selected as one of Venus Zine's "25 Under 25" women for 2009.

They appeared in the 2009 music video for Philadelphia experimental band Man Man's "Rabbit Habits" by Saturday Night Live cast member Fred Armisen.

The Glass Beef was formed by Yi and Paul Rust. Both of the pair play lead vocals and have one electric guitar. They debuted The Farewell Album, produced by John Spiker, bassist of Tenacious D.

By Hockey, Yi was featured in the video "Song Away" from his Hockey film "Song Away." They are currently in the band Sacred Destinies.

On the episode "2" of the Comedy Central sketch comedy series "Most Things with Demetri Martin, Yi performed a duet about break-up lines (the opposite of pick-up lines). However, the duet was removed from the episode's final edit.

Yi appeared in the Fox television series House from October 2011 to May 2012 as Dr. Chi Park, a young doctor with anger management difficulties.


Hollywood actor Charlyne Yi alleges physical and psychological abuse on the set of much-awaited Time Bandits remake, May 16, 2024
The Hollywood actor (pictured left and right), 38, who uses they/them pronouns, was cast as Judy in the adventure series based on the 1981 film by the same name. However, Charlyne has alleged that while filming in New Zealand in 2022, they were 'physically assaulted multiple times' and 'psychologically abused' by an unnamed male actor. Yi posted the allegations on Instagram in a series of posts, claiming they were 'coerced to quit' the project and were 'gaslit by coworkers, producers, and HR'.

Granddaughter of Time Bandits actor slams Taika Waititi's revival for casting choices, October 25, 2022
Abbie Grace, 22, of Scotland (inset), has taken to social media to express her dissatisfaction with the fact that no one with short stature has been included in the cast announcement so far, with Friends alum Lisa Kudrow expected to lead the remake. Jack Purvis, who appeared in Wally in the original, has requested an explanation for why the director is 'tarnishing her late grandfather's legacy.' The original cast of Fig. 7 is shown on the left. Lisa Kudrow and Charlyne Yi are pictured right (from left to right):

Lisa Kudrow to star in Taika Waititi's series Time Bandits based on the 1981 movie of same name, September 28, 2022
Deadline revealed on Wednesday that Lisa Kudrow will appear in Taika Waititi's Apple TV+ series Time Bandits. Penelope, the 59-year-old Friends actress, will appear in the film. Kal-El Tuck from Unseeing Evil, House actor Charlyne Yi, and Martyrs Lane actress Kiera Thompson appear in a cast.