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Charles Rahi Chun is an American actor, best known for playing Dr. Phillip Wen on Scrubs.

Biography[]

Chun was born on February 28, 1967, in New York City, New York, to parents of Korean heritage. He was later raised in Utah, Korea, and Southern California. Other than that, very little is known about his early life, including why he wanted to become an actor. What is known is that he got his first role as a bomb tech in the film Beverly Hills Cop III. Since then, he has guest starred in numerous television series and movies, including The Interview, Dumb and Dumber, Chicago Hope, 24, ER, The Young and the Restless, Everybody Loves Raymond, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, How I Met Your Mother, Big Time Rush, Dr. Ken, and Criminal Minds. 

On Criminal Minds[]

Chun played Dr. Hoshino, who assists Morgan in getting a victim to communicate after being rendered unable to do so, in the Season Nine episode To Bear Witness.

Filmography[]

  • Timeless (2017) - Priest
  • Hawaii Five-0 (2016) - Pearson Yang
  • Dr. Ken (2016) - Jung-Do
  • Colony (2016) - Sung-Ki Park
  • Chicago P.D. (2016) - Henry Yu
  • Suspense - 2 episodes (2015) - Paul / Major Chang
  • Aden (2014) - Tsung-I Lee
  • Comedy Corner (2014) - Mr. Graves
  • The Interview (2014) - General Jong
  • Chasing Life (2013) - Healthy Dad
  • Criminal Minds - "To Bear Witness" (2013) TV episode - Dr. Hoshino
  • Scary or Die (2012) - Taejung ('Taejung's Lament')
  • Big Time Rush (2012) - Lucy's Dad
  • House (2011) - Kwansik Park
  • General Hospital - 7 episodes (2003-2011) - Dr. Misra / Dr. Greenwald / Dr. Mirsa
  • All My Children - 2 episodes (2011) - Dr. Lee
  • Law & Order: LA (2011) - Mitch Pellington
  • My Generation (2010) - Du-Ho Chung
  • Undercovers (2010) - Shin Won
  • How I Met Your Mother (2009) - Mr. Park
  • Castle (2009) - Paul Cho
  • Glenn Martin DDS (2009) - Unknown Character (voice, credited as Charles Chun)
  • The Art of War III: Retribution (2009) - Byung Hoon (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Scrubs - 21 episodes (2001-2009) - Dr. Wen
  • Bones (2009) - Bruce Kim
  • Lie to Me (2009) - Korean Man
  • Cavemen (2008) - Mr. Kim (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Crash - 2 episodes (2008) - Dae Sik
  • The Haunting of Molly Hartley (2008) - Doctor
  • Days of Our Lives (2008) - Kevin
  • The Brothers Solomon (2007) - Dr. Wong (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Next (2007) - Davis (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Las Vegas (2007) - Chul Ho (uncredited)
  • Monk (2006) - Simon (credited as Charles Chun)
  • 24 (2006) - Chinese Agent (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Mission: Impossible III (2006) - IMF Investigator (uncredited)
  • The Loop (2006) - Wing (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Night Stalker - 2 episodes (2005-2006) - Seung (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Ghost Whisperer (2005) - Dr. Dennis Nakamura (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide - 2 episodes (2004-2005) - Mr. Dren (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Boston Legal (2005) - Dr. Jeffrey Wong (uncredited)
  • The O.C. (2005) - Foreclosure Agent (uncredited)
  • The Ape (2005) - Chauffeur (uncredited)
  • Everybody Loves Raymond (2005) - Doctor (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Candor City Hospital (2005) - Unknown Character (credited as Charles Chun)
  • JAG (2005) - Commander Sandakan (credited as Charles Chun)
  • The Young and the Restless - 7 episodes (1996-2004) - Dr. Jerry Lee / Surgeon (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Becker (2003) - Kim Bong Sup (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Happy Family (2003) - Attendant (credited as Charles Chun)
  • L.A. County 187 (2003) - Jackson Chen (credited as Charles Chun)
  • The Parkers (2003) - Judge Howard Lee (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Girls Club (2002) - Dr. Gavin Solomon (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Mr. Iron Palm (2002) - Admiral (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Sabrina the Teenage Witch (2002) - Chad (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Star Trek: Bridge Commander (2002) - Adminstrator Soji Takahara / Captain Jae Yi (video game, voice, credited as Charles Chun)
  • ER (2001) - Ben's Dad (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Star Trek: Armada II (2001) - Unknown Character (video game, voice, credited as Charles Chun)
  • Accidents Don't Happen (2001) - Street Cop (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Robbers (2000) - Cop (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Titans (2000) - Howard Chek-Chung (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Now Chinatown (2000) - Chef (credited as Charles Chun)
  • The Drew Carey Show (2000) - Matt (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Providence (1999) - Ted LaFong (uncredited)
  • Judging Amy (1999) - Stu Wong (credited as Charles Chun)
  • My Favorite Martian (1999) - Radar Controller (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Charmed (1999) - Laurence Beck (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Deep Impact (1998) - MSNBC Anchor (uncredited)
  • Nonfat (1998) - Joon (credited as Charles Chun)
  • LateLine (1998) - Doctor (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Chance of a Lifetime (1998) - Doctor (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Little Murders/Obits (1998) - Frank
  • Party of Five (1998) - Dr. Fong (credited as Charles Chun)
  • The Steve Harvey Show (1997) - Unknown Character (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Ellen (1997) - Joey Chen (credited as Charles Chun)
  • The Visitor (1997) - Satcom Officer (credited as Charles S. Chun)
  • Double Tap (1997) - Translator (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Arli$$ (1997) - Mac (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Yellow (1997) - Aaron (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Black Dawn (1997) - Koichi Tamura (credited as Charles Chun)
  • The Sentinel (1997) - Tommy Yuan (credited as Charles S. Chun)
  • Rule of Three (1996) - Leon (credited as Charles Chun)
  • NYPD Blue (1996) - Asian Man (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1996) - Engineer (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Diagnosis Murder - 2 episodes (1996) - Colleague / Lawyer (credited as Charles Chun)
  • America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back (1996) - Chang (credited as Charles Chun)
  • The Single Guy - 2 episodes (1996) - Policeman (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Ripple (1995) - Unknown Character
  • Vanishing Son (1995) - Mr. Lee (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Chicago Hope (1995) - Orderly (uncredited)
  • Dumb and Dumber (1994) - Flight Attendant (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Renegade (1994) - Bartender (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Pentathlon (1994) - Korean Olympian (credited as Charles Chun)
  • Beverly Hills Cop III (1994) - Technician (credited as Charles Chun)

External Links[]

For an up-to-date filmography, see https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0161130/?ref_=rvi_nm

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