Camille Chen

About Camille Chen

Who is it?: Actress, Make Up Department
Birth Day: May 09, 1993
Birth Place:  Taipei, Taiwan, Taiwan
Birth Sign: Libra
Full name: Camille Cheng Lily-mei
National team: Hong Kong
Sport: Swimming
Strokes: Freestyle
College team: University of California, Berkeley
Medal record Asian Games 2014 Incheon 4x100 freestyle relay 2014 Incheon 4x200 freestyle relay Asian Games: 2014 Incheon4x100 freestyle relay2014 Incheon4x200 freestyle relay
Traditional Chinese: 鄭莉梅
Simplified Chinese: 郑莉梅
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Hanyu Pinyin: Zhèng Lìméi
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Camille Chen Net Worth

Camille Chen was born on May 09, 1993 in  Taipei, Taiwan, Taiwan, is Actress, Make Up Department. Camille Chen was born on September 1, 1979 in Taipei, Taiwan. She is known for her work on 2 Broke Girls (2011), Truyen Kinh Di My (2011) and Law & Order (1990).
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💰Camille Chen Net worth: $1.5 Million

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Born on 9 May 1993 in Hong Kong to a Taiwanese father Cheng Wong-ping and French mother Catherine, Cheng cannot speak Cantonese. She went to French International School until the age of nine, when her family moved to Beijing for her father's engineering job. There she attended the International School of Beijing.


She swam for the University of California, Berkley, team under Olympic coach Teri McKeever and alongside the already Olympian medallist Sara Isaković. She became joint captain in her final year before graduating university with a degree in Psychology. Cheng took Bronze at the Asian Games in 2014. In December 2015, Cheng made an Olympic A time (which guarantees a place) at the United States National Championships in 200 metre freestyle. She became one of three Hong Kong women to have ever made an A time.


She qualified to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and was selected to represent Hong Kong in the women's 50 metre freestyle, 100 metre freestyle, 200 metre freestyle, and 4x100 metre medley relay.