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The Reinvention Of Ken Jeong

Ken Jeong was living an exceptionally successful life before he’d ever landed his first movie role. He graduated from high school in North Carolina at just 16 and then went on to complete med school by his mid-20s. He became a partner at an HMO in California and, as he puts it, had a good job for life. “I was pretty happy,” Jeong told The Huffington Post. It wasn’t until he hit his 30s that Jeong decided to pursue acting and professional comedy, landing various small television roles and eventually a part in Judd Apatow’s 2007 movie “Knocked Up.
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