|Name||Arden Lim Cho.|
|In Limelight||Partner Track.|
|Birth Date||August 16, 1985.|
|Birth Place||Amarillo, Texas.|
|School||Apple Valley Senior High School.|
|University||The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.|
The University of Illinois.
|Parents||Father: Sang Ho Cho.|
Mother: Young Nim Kang.
|Brother||Brother: Jason Cho.|
Pounds: 115 lbs.
|Height||In feet: 5' 4".|
In centimeters: 163 cm.
In meters: 1.63 m.
Walking the Halls.
The Honor List.
The Baytown Outlaws.
|Athletes||Tae Kwon Do.|
|Net worth||USD 8.35 Million.|
Arden Cho (born on August 16, 1985, age 37 years) is an all-rounder artist because she has done a little bit of all, be it acting, modeling, voiceover, or singing. This Asian-American actress has been seen in “Teen Wolf,” “Tween Fest,” “Stuck,” and “Chicago Med” Cho has also been a part of several short films and music videos, recently she was seen in a Netflix series “Partner Track” as Ingrid Yun, it’s an American legal drama that follows her journey to be made a partner of the firm. Now let’s look at Arden Cho’s journey and how she made her mark despite all the struggles.
When was Arden Cho Born?
Arden Lim Cho, aka Arden Cho, was born on August 16, 1985, to her mother, Young Nim Kang, and father, Sang Ho Cho, in Amarillo City in Texas, but she was raised in San Antonio and Plano, Texas, these places had few ethnic minorities, due to which she always felt like an outsider, she was often faced with bullying and even physically attacked twice, and was hospitalized, experiencing a tough childhood, she began spending most of her time learning Judo from her father, a grandmaster, and she has a little brother named Jason Cho.
Later, she attended Apple Valley Senior High School, and after completing high school, Cho got into the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign to pursue law, but her plans changed when she took her first drama class and developed an interest in acting; she went on to participate in Asian American Association’s Fashion Show, she also won Miss Korea Chicago in 2004.
After graduating and receiving her psychology degree, Cho spent the rest of her summer on a medical missionary trip to Kenya. She learned Stanislavski (from Ron Thomas) and Meisner techniques (from Corey Allen); these are theatre practices used by actors all around the world; she then went on to perfect the art of auditioning and cold reading from Scott Sedita and Deborah Quayle, her Improv Training is on point as well.
How did Arden Cho become an actress?
Arden had to work all kinds of odd jobs when she moved to Los Angeles in the hopes of having an acting career; even though she had zero experience, her first agency Anonymous Content took her in due to her musical and physically talents, and she appeared in commercials, films, television series, both in US and Aisa.
She was first seen in “The Break-Up,” although it was uncredited, Cho had the time of her life; two years later, in 2008, she landed her official role as Hyori in “My First Crush,” a short film, the same she got “Hoodrats 2: Hoodrat Warriors.”
The next few years went by with her being a part of short movies and videos, like “CSI: NY,” “Forgotten,” “Layover, on the Shore,” “I Am Not a Princess,” “Mega Python vs. Gatoroid,” “Ninja Say What?!”, “The Grey Coat” and “Pretty Little Liars,” she was also a guest star on “Rizzoli & Isles” and had supporting roles in “Walking the Halls,” “The Baytown Outlaws,” and “Mandevilla.”
Cho’s popularity rose only after her roles in “Hawaii Five-0” and “Teen Wolf,” she started as a recurring character as Kira Yukimura in season 3 but became a part of the main cast in season 4; she also landed a lead in the film “Stuck” and “The Honor List,” she was also a recurring character in “Chicago Med” and “Miss 2059.”
Arden bagged another lead in “Partner Track,” this role is close to her both professionally and personally as she wants to show that people are more than their racial backgrounds; being a female Asian American, she deserves equal opportunities both in the industry and as for her character in prestigious law firms too.
This insecurity arises from her childhood incidents of bullying and physical harm; to make matters worse last year (2021), she was faced with a similar situation; she was walking her dog at night when a man out of nowhere started shouting racist slurs at her; it scared her so much that Cho just caught her dog and ran for her life.
Arden then took to Instagram to express her fear and sadness over how it brought back all her childhood trauma, and she doesn’t feel safe anymore.
Cho is all booked till next year with TV series and films; a few upcoming projects are “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” “Flexx,” “Joon,” and “The Selection.”
This 5 feet 4 inches tall actress Arden Cho was also a part of many Beauty Pageants & shows; she represented Chicago in Miss Korea Pageant 2004 and was also allowed to be a part of a Korean TV show, but Cho refused it as the role required weight loss and a few plastic surgeries. By 2010 a cosmetic brand Clinique declared Cho as their model for a new ad campaign; she was then the face for companies like Reebok, Nike, Apple, Alexander McQueen, and magazines like Vogue, Purple Fashion, and Nylon also featured her.
Youtube & Music
This 37-year-old has been a part of a joint YouTube blogging channel along with Grace Su; this channel is, however, no longer active, but she was seen in a few web series like “Tween Fest,” “KTown Cowboys,” and “Agents of Secret Stuff” these internet series did help her in making her way to the mainstream media.
She now has her own Youtube channel, ardenBcho, where she uploads all her song covers, original music videos, and vlogs; it consists of 309 videos and 550K subscribers.
Cho has also been a part of JYJ’s tour; they are a Korean music group; her interest in music led her to release her first single, “I’m Just a Girl,” which she had co-written, composed, and sang.
By 2011, she had a self-produced music video up on her YouTube channel featuring Tim Lacatena; a few of her other songs are “My True Happy” and “Simply,” she has also given her voice to characters in “Tomb Raider,” a video game, Cho takes being multi-talented to a new level.
Arden Cho previously dated Ryan Higa, a prominent American YouTuber and comedian, even though they never publicly announced their relationship; many were aware, and suspicions had already begun.
Back in 2019, Ryan confessed that he was dating Arden when discussing his podcast, and it was no secret the pair didn’t feel the need to proclaim their relationship, tragically they separated ways in 2020, and according to reports, their romance lasted 6 years (2014-2020).
Currently, Cho is linked to American rapper Samuel Juno Park, famous as Junoflo. Still, neither has come forward to confirm anything, although they were spotted getting up and personal on a music single, “Electrify.”
Arden Cho Q&A
Ques: How old is Arden Cho?
Ans: Cho is 37 years old.
Ques: Who plays Ingrid Yunin in “Partner Track”?
Ans: Arden Cho.
Ques: What is Arden Cho’s height?
Ans: Arden is 5′ 4″ (1.63 m).
Ques: What is Arden Cho’s net worth?
Ans: USD 8.35 Million.
Ques: What is Arden Cho’s Ethnicity?