Chang's first professional acting job was in the play Naomi's Road at the Seattle Children's Theater, and from there she progressed to the Off-Broadway production of The Trojan Women.
Once in New York, she made several guest and recurring appearances on various television programs, including Girls Club, Cosby, The Guiding Light and As the World Turns. She had previously worked with L.A. Dragnet executive producer Dick Wolf on his 2000 series, Deadline. On the big screen, her credits include 28 Days, Dinner and a Movie, Random Hearts and Brother Tied.
Chang's other interests include working with children — following in the footsteps of her mother, who is a school counselor. She speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese and has also studied the art of the trapeze.
Chang currently resides in Los Angeles.
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