Alexandra Bokyun Chun

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Alexandra Bokyun Chun
Born February 11, 1967
South Korea
Website http://www.alexandrachun.com/
Korean name
Hangul 전복연
Revised Romanization Jeon Bok-yeon
McCune–Reischauer Chŏn Pok'yŏn

Alexandra Bokyun Chun (born February 11, 1967) is a South Korean actress and filmmaker living in Los Angeles, California.

Early life and education[edit]

She immigrated to the United States when she was seven years old. After attending a boarding school in Maryland, she pursued a study in Western Philosophy at St. John's College, U. S. in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Intent on becoming a medical doctor after graduation, she entered a relationship with Ottmar Liebert in her senior year which dramatically changed the course of her life to pursue the performing arts.

Career[edit]

Shortly after moving to Los Angeles for an acting career in film, she was cast for a regular role on the soap, Another World, which moved her to New York City. When her contract ended with the soap opera, she returned to Los Angeles to work in numerous film and television shows.

In 1999, along with three other theatre professionals, she founded and co-artistic directed a theatre company called Lodestone Theatre Ensemble. In the Fall of 2004, as writer, director, and producer, Alexandra Chun launched a website of short films that take place in hotel rooms.

Personal life[edit]

On July 25, 2016, Alexandra Chun returned to her birthplace, South Korea to protest the torture and slaughter of dogs in the Asian Dog Meat Trade. She returned to the US with three dogs rescued from slaughter.

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