Charlyne Yi

Charlyne Yi Movies and TV Shows

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Charlyne Amanda Yi is an American actor, comedian, musician, and writer. Their performances include music, magic, games, and often audience participation. Their screenwriting debut, the feature film Paper Heart, won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Description above from the Wikipedia article Charlyne Yi, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal info

  • Gender: Female
  • Date of birth: 1/4/1986 (36 years old)
  • Place of birth: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
  • nationality: American
  • height: 1.6 m
  • Net worth: $1,000,000
  • twitter: charlyne_yi
  • instagram: charlyne_yi

Acting

Year
Genre
IMDB
TMDB
Available on the following streaming services in the United States
2021

Adventure

Animation

Comedy

Family

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

7.6
80%
2020

Adventure

Animation

Comedy

Family

TV Movie

6.7
79%
Trolls World Tour
IMDB 6.1
TMDB 74%
role:
Pennywhistle (voice)
2020

Adventure

Animation

Comedy

Family

Music

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

6.1
74%
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2019

Action

Adventure

Animation

Comedy

Drama

Family

Music

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

7.7
83%
Always Be My Maybe
IMDB 6.8
TMDB 66%
role:
Ginger
2019

Comedy

Romance

6.8
66%
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Next Gen
IMDB 6.6
TMDB 70%
role:
Mai (voice)
2018

Action

Adventure

Animation

Family

6.6
70%
The Lego Ninjago Movie
IMDB 6.0
TMDB 65%
role:
Terri, IT Nerd (voice)
2017

Action

Adventure

Animation

Family

6.0
65%
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House MD Swan song
IMDB 8.3
role:
Herself
2012

Documentary

Drama

TV Movie

8.3
0
Not available
2008

Action

Thriller

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

7.0
66%

FAQs

Some movies or TV shows available in the United States starring or involving Charlyne Yi are, for example, The Mitchells vs. the Machines, Happily and We Bare Bears: The Movie.
The streaming services with the largest selection are iTunes, Google Play and Microsoft.
The best LNS ratings are House (8.7), Steven Universe: The Movie (8.0) and We Bare Bears (7.8).
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