'Real World: San Diego' Alum Jamie Chung Joins 'Hangover 2' Cast

Reality star-turned-actress will play Stu's fiancée in the sequel.

"Real World: San Diego" alum Jamie Chung is trading her small-screen stardom for big-screen cred. Having survived her San Diego season and the "Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno II," her latest role will have her traveling to Bangkok to be a part of "Hangover 2."

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Chung is set to play Stu's (Ed Helms) fiancée. Despite the fact that it looked like Stu would end up with Heather Graham's character at the end of "Hangover," Graham will not reprise her role for the sequel.

Jamie's acting credits include roles in "I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry," "Sorority Row," "Grown Ups," Zack Snyder's upcoming fantasy "Sucker Punch," and the thriller "Premium Rush," starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

The major plot details for "Hangover 2" are under wraps, of course, but we do know that Liam Neeson will appear in a brief cameo and all the guys — Helms, Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Justin Bartha — will journey from L.A. to Thailand. And Ken Jeong will be back as crazy Mr. Chow, though he has no idea how.

"No comment!" he told MTV News recently. "I'm just happy that I'm in it. For me, this is not predestined to happen so I'm just so happy I'm involved in any moment. Anything Todd asked me to do, I would do. Anything."

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