Who Did Jamie Chung Play On Days Of Our Lives?

"Days of Our Lives" fans have seen multiple actors come in and out of Salem over the soap opera's more than 55 years on air, per People. However, some of those actors turn out to be big name stars. In the past, "DOOL" has been home to many famous faces such as "Supernatural" actor Jensen Ackles, "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajack, "That 70s Show" actress Mila Kunis, and even "Baywatch" beauty Pamela Anderson.

In addition, a number of reality stars have also appeared on the NBC sudser. Lisa Rinna starred as the character of Billie Reed for years before eventually moving on to appear on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Actress Eileen Davidson, who is also known for her role as Ashley Abbot on "The Young and the Restless" has been a staple of "Days of Our Lives" over the years in the roles of Kristen DiMera and Susan Banks. Davidson also went on to co-star with Rinna on "RHOBH." In addition, housewife Kyle Richards also made a cameo on the soap opera back in 2013.

However, actress Jamie Chung started her career as a reality TV star before getting an opportunity to show off her acting chops on "DOOL."

Jamie Chung's DOOL role dealt with a serious subject matter

TV Fanatic reports that actress Jamie Chung landed a contract on "Days of Our Lives" for the recurring role of Cordy Han. Her character dealt with a serious subject matter as she portrayed a member of a sorority who was raped and then silenced by her attacker (via She Knows Soaps). Chung began airing on the soap in September of 2007, and fans immediately took notice, recognizing her from her prior work.

Chung got her start when she captured attention on the MTV reality series "The Real World San Diego." Chung then leveraged that exposure into a role on the fan-favorite TV series "Veronica Mars" and later she appeared as a waitress in the Adam Sandler and Kevin James film, "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry." Since her time on "DOOL," Chung has gone on to star in other films such as "Sorority Row," The Hangover Part II," and "Grown Ups." She's also appeared on TV shows like "Once Upon a Time," "Lovecraft Country," and "Dexter: New Blood" (via IMDb). She's currently married to actor Bryan Greenberg (One Tree Hill), and the two welcomed twins in late 2021, per Page Six.

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