Sunday 26 January 2020

'I'd love to work with Amy Huberman', says The Hangover star

Ken Jeong, (Leslie Chow, The Hangover trilogy)
Ken Jeong, (Leslie Chow, The Hangover trilogy)
Ken Jeong, (Leslie Chow, The Hangover trilogy) at The Merrion Hotel to promote the Hangover III which will be available from November 29th
Amy Huberman
Amy Huberman
Ken Jeong
Actor Ken Jeong


THE Hangover star Ken Jeong has revealed he would love to share the screen with bubbly actress Amy Huberman.

The actor played the iconic part of lisping Asian gangster Mr Chow in the movie franchise.

And as Amy stars in Ireland's very own answer to The Hangover -- The Stag -- Mr Jeong said he would love to feature in any sequel.

"An Irish Hangover works, I like the idea. I would love to watch it," he told the Herald.

"If they made a second I would be game for making a cameo -- why not?

"I would love to spend more time here and film here. It's beautiful," he added.

Looking cool in a purple hat and her favourite black scarf at the screening of 'Wilde Salome' in February this year.
Looking cool in a purple hat and her favourite black scarf at the screening of 'Wilde Salome' in February this year.
The actress showed off her tan in this flirty purple dress, with gold heels at the premiere of 'Strength and Honour' in 2007.
Pregnancy isn't going to stop this style star from experimenting. Amy relies on a pair of skintight leather trousers and black top with an embellished Peter Pan collar for a book signing at Easons, Dundrum.
Amy looks polished and sophisticated in this grown-up gown by Irish couturier Synon O'Mahony at the IFTA Awards 2008.
Amy is always on-trend and while you couldn't say that she has a fashion formula per se, she is clearly aware that short hemlines are a very good look for her, as she has killer legs. Here she is in an ivory Joanne Hynes dress at the IFTAs in 2009.
Amy wore this intricately beaded dress from Jovani to launch her first novel, 'Hello Heartbreak' in July 2009.
Here, at the launch of 'Buy A Bandana Campaign' in aid of Barretstown children's charity in 2009, Amy Huberman gives her floral skirt some edge with a leather biker jacket and black ankleboots.
Emerald green is not always the easiest colour to wear but the actress looks stunning in this floor length dress from London label Belle Bunty.
Proving that you don't need to go formal for red carpet events, Amy looks great in a lime green and grey stripe dress for the 'Get Him To the Greek' premiere in summer 2010.
As a judge on Ladies Day at the 2010 Dublin Horse Show, Amy herself was suitably well dressed. The sleeveless cream dress with black bib detail is from Ted Baker while the hat is by Kerry designer, Matt Doody.
Amy dresses up jeans and an All Saints leather jacket with an animal print scarf, statement handbag and bright lippy at a book launch in 2010.
Amy Huberman attends the Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards in 2010 in a timeless strapless black dress that's given a twist with an embellished side panel.
While this looks like a one piece, it's actually a boned silk corset with a skirt from one of her favourite designers, Matt Doody, who is based in the Powerscourt Centre in Dublin. It was a good choice for the 2011 IFTAs, where Amy was awarded Best Actress.
Looking pretty and understated in a print dress at the Irish premiere of 'The Rite' in February, 2011.
Keeping toasty at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival in 2011 in an Urban Outfitter's parka, skinnies and fur-lined boots.
Amy opted for this unusual dress by Irish knitwear designer Tim Ryan for the premiere of her film 'Rewind' in March 2011.
Looking very on-trend last year as she grabs a cup of coffe in a grey tee-shirt dress, oversized black scarf, black leggings and grey boots.
Looking fabulous as she arrives for former US President Barack Obama's College Green address in 2013 in an A/wear dress and grey blazer.
Even a massive brolly doesn't detract from her stylish combination of blazer, skinnies and boots.
Looking very soignee and chick in a black dress with bell shaped skirt and matching shows in 2011.
When Amy wore this dress from The Kooples to the premiere of her comedy, 'Threesome', there was practically a stampede of women to Brown Thomas, looking to buy the same.
The colour pop of bright pink looks great here as she launches the 10th Jameson Dublin International Film Festival in February of this year. The boots were bought in New York on a visit there with Brian.
The actress often champions young Irish designer and her choice of dress for the 2012 IFTAs was by Dawn Fitzgerald who has a shop in the Powerscourt Town Centre.
The actress wowed in a 'Great Gatsby'-esque Tim Ryan dress at a pre-Oscar party in LA earlier this year.
Bumpwatch begins! The mum-to-be rocks an LBD, Penneys shoes and Alexis Bittar jewellery, for an appearance on the Late Late Show in November 2012.
The actress opts for dramatic makeup and a tight ponytail at the launch of her latest book, I Wished For You, at the newly opened Damson Diner. Simple, yet chic: classic Amy.
For a chat on Newstalk's Tom Dunne show, Amy wears her favourite pair of pregancy pants - leather, a military style jacket and black boots.
The Range Rover brand ambassador shows off her growing bump in a fitted black top to reveal her new baby blue Evoque.
Huberman sports her essential green parka and a pair of her own shoe boots from Bourbon Footwear
At this years IFTAs, a heavily pregnant Amy wore a classically elegant black gown (pictured with her mother Sandra)
Amy goes for nautical chic in a boat neck striped top, navy shorts and white wedges during the summer
Amy Huberman
For her latest Late Late Show appearance, she wears a silk dress by Irish designer Emma Manley and a pair of heels by Bourbon

In the hugely popular Hangover trilogy, Jeong spends a considerably amount of time on screen with next to no clothes on.

And says weather permitting he would strip down for The Stag Part Two.

"It depends what mood I am," he said. "If they don't want me to take my clothes off they better shoot on cold days -- otherwise I'll definitely be naked. When it's cold out I'll have a mink coat on," he joked.

The Hollywood star said he would also relish the chance to act alongside two acting greats with ties to Ireland -- Liam Neeson and Daniel Day Lewis.

"They are so talented and so iconic it would be a dream come true to act with them," he said.

Jeong was in Dublin yesterday to promote The Hangover Part III on Bluray and DVD.

"It's my first time in Ireland," he revealed. "I am excited to drive around and see some of the sites like the Ha'Penny Bridge and Molly Malone statue."

The 44-year-old actor said he never anticipated the level of success the film would bring.

"I never thought in a million years it would be so successful," he said. "I remember telling my wife I think this is the funniest film I have ever done."

Jeong got his first break playing a stressed out doctor in Knocked Up. It was a role he could relate to having practised as a physician for seven years.

"I had a couple of doctors in mind -- you can get abrasive when you've worked that many days," he added.

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