Tina Chen

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Tina Chen (b. in Chongqing, China) is a Chinese-born American actress best known for her appearances in the films Alice's Restaurant, Three Days of the Condor and The Hawaiians.

Acting roles[edit]

Chen has played several leading roles in productions on and off Broadway, including Family Devotions by David Henry Hwang. She has directed a number of plays, including Lucy Liu's New York stage debut in Fairy Bones. On Broadway, she co-produced the play Passion by Peter Nichols (starring Frank Langella), and received a Drama Desk Award nomination as part of the producing team for The Rink by Terrence McNally (starring Chita Rivera and Liza Minnelli).

Awards[edit]

Chen received a Golden Globe nomination for her supporting performance in the film The Hawaiians. She received an Emmy nomination for her supporting performance in the CBS Playhouse drama "The Final War of Olly Winter." Other awards include Urban Stages 25th Anniversary Award for Artistic Brilliance, Women's Project's Women of Achievement Award, Girl Scouts Woman of Distinction Award, and The Anna Mae Wong Award.

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