Kelly Hu Graduated From Pepperdine University In Malibu California

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She graduated from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. Kelly Hu won the title of Miss Hawaii Teen USA and competed in the 1985 Miss Teen USA pageant, becoming the Miss Teen USA pageant’s third titleholder in history and its first Asian American winner. Hu has mentioned in interviews that her mother had told her America was not ready for an Asian as such a prominent role model. Ironically enough, she discovered after winning that she was prohibited from appearing in non-contest related activities for the year of her reign, this rule soon changed later on the coming years. Hu modeled in Japan and Italy, and became well known in the latter as the star of a series of television advertisements for Philadelphia brand cream cheese, playing a young Japanese college student named Kaori.

Kelly Hu Can Strike Poses Like No Else Can

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Kelly Hu Was Part Of HollywoodPokercoms Celebrity Poker Night On May 30 2006

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Kelly Hu


Kelly Hu won the title of Miss Hawaii Teen USA and competed in the 1985 Miss Teen USA pageant, becoming the Miss Teen USA pageant’s third titleholder in history and its first Asian American winner. Hu also won the title of Miss Hawaii USA in 1993, becoming the first former Miss Teen USA to win a Miss USA state title. in April 2009, Hu developed the character JIA for Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology. in the fall of 2009, she appeared in the film The Tournament as Lai-Lai Zhen. in fall of 2010, Kelly Hu began a recurring role on the CBS television show Hawaii Five-0. She was part of HollywoodPoker.com’s “Celebrity Poker Night” on May 30, 2006, and in July 2006 placed in the top 200 in the World Series of Poker Ladies Tournament, besting nearly 1,000 other competitors.

In February 2008 Hu Also Appeared In Another Viral Video In Support

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Her first movie role was in Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. She was then cast as Dr. Rae Chang on Sunset Beach for six months in 1997. Her subsequent movie appearances include The Scorpion King (2002), Cradle 2 the Grave (2003) and X2 (2003). She was part of HollywoodPoker.com’s “Celebrity Poker Night” on May 30, 2006, and in July 2006 placed in the top 200 in the World Series of Poker Ladies Tournament, besting nearly 1,000 other competitors. in February 2008, Hu also appeared in another viral video in support of Obama, “Sí Se Puede Cambiar”, written and performed by Andrés Useche, directed by Eric Byler. Also in 2011 she hosted a Celebrity Poker Tournament in support for Best Buddies International, a charity to which she has given support for several years.
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Kelly Hu Provided Voice Talents For The Popular Video Game Star Wars Knights

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She then made the top 6 ranked second, winning the top 10 evening gown competition and placing second in swimsuit. Afterwards, Hu was cast as police officers Michelle Chan in the television series Nash Bridges (1997-1998), Pei Pei “Grace” Chen on Martial Law (1998-2000), and Agent Mia Chen on the last three episodes of the television series Threat Matrix (2004). She provided voice talents for the popular video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II The Sith Lords as Visas Marr, the Sith woman who joins the Jedi Exile’s party. in April 2009, Hu developed the character JIA for Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology.
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