The Chinese-American actress is known for her roles in films like The Crow, Red Corner, Anna and the King, and Crank: High Voltage.
Following her journey to success from China to the United States, she is incredible.
But all work and no play make Chris a dull boy, and when the sun was up, Isaak and company were out at the hotel pool, splashing about in the azure blue when they weren't monopolizing the covered 50-foot long water slide, which was poised over the pool.
Isaak, resplendent in his striped jams, ever the rebel, defied the rules, and refused to "keep his hands by his sides at all times " as hotel proprietor, Peter Morton stood scowling nearby.
Apparently one night Chris caught her act, and was appalled by the intimate details she revealed.
“I’m willing to clean the lawns, wash the cars, I have a decent salary, I’ve saved my money, I live in a nice neighbourhood, I could provide.He, then, attended a local college, San Joaquin Delta College, before transferring to the University of Pacific.He graduated with a bachelor's degree in communications in 1981. Starting in 2001, Chris started his acting career and became the lead in a sitcom for the Showtime network that was loosely based on a performer's life.Chris gained his mixed ethnicity from his German Catholic mother and Italian-American father.Isaak attended Amos Alonzo Stagg School in North Stockton and graduated in the year, 1974.When it comes to personal life, Bai is not so frank. Bai Ling does not want to reveal her personal matters to the media.