Rae Dawn Chong Real Name, Birthday, Biography, Age, Family Facts & Life Story
Rae Dawn Chong attended South Central University in Los Angeles, California. She is known for her roles in movies such as “Eli the Lion”, “Cable Guy” and “Life Goes On”. Rae Dawn Chong was born in February 28th, 1961 in Canada. She is currently married to Jannick Malay and they have one child together named Michael Chong.
Rae Dawn Chong has a decent sized body for her age. She has been known to exercise regularly as it helps in keeping the weight off. She is an avid reader as well as she has several nice dreams each day regarding travel. Rae Dawn Chong has lived in the United States since her teens and enjoys going to the U.S.
Rae Dawn Chong was born in Scarborough, New Jersey where her parents were originally from Trinidad. They later moved to Michigan when Rae Dawn was four years old. At the time, her parents had both became teachers and after that got to live in New Jersey. It was here that she met her future husband in April of 1970 while attending grammar school.
|Born||in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada|
|Height||5′ 8″ (1.73 m)|
|Nathan Ulrich||(2011 – 2014) ( divorced)|
|C. Thomas Howell||(11 July 1989 – 1990) ( divorced)|
|Owen Baylis||(1982 – 1983) ( divorced) ( 1 child)|
Rae Dawn Chong’s best friend in the United States is her great-grandmother Annabelle Whitfield. It was Annabelle, who introduced Rae Dawn to boxing and eventually to the world of television. Annabelle introduced Rae Dawn to American movies and series such as The Munsters, The Breakfast Club, Gilligan’s Island, Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan and The Incredible Hulk. Rae Dawn always remained very close with her grandmother and whenever she went to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Pittsburgh where her great-grandmother worked, they spent some time watching the legal professionals do their thing.
While at college in Pittsburgh, Rae Dawn also became a very good tennis player. In fact, she was so good that the head coach of her college team at the time thought she should be considered for the men’s tennis team instead of Rae Dawn Chong. After graduating, however, Rae Dawn Chong decided that being a professional tennis player was not what she wanted to do. Instead, she pursued a field of study in criminal law which would help give her a more stable mind for her work as a drug paraphernalia investigator.
The first episode of The Discovery series chronicles Rae Dawn Chong’s work as an investigator. The team is called to a scene of what appears to be an attempted suicide. While examining the scene, they find a pipe with what appears to be heroin inside. In the end, they learn that it was actually the remnants of a much bigger drug that had been spread around town by members of the Aryan Resistance.