Charlyne Yi Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Height, Movies, TV Shows


Charlyne Yi is an American actor, comedian, musician, and writer best known for roles on the Fox medical drama House, on We Bare Bears, on Summer Camp Island, and in Next Gen, as well as on the Cartoon Network animated series Steven Universe and its epilogue series Steven Universe Future.



He is 34 years old as of 27 January 2024. He was born in 1990 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Her real name is Charlyne Amanda Yi.

Family – Education

They’re of Filipino, Mexican, and Korean origin. They studied at the University of California, Riverside before leaving to pursue a full-time career in comedy. They had an early interest in acting while attending Bloomington High School and participating in theatre.

They are Mexican, Korean, and Filipino in origin. After enrolling at the University of California, Riverside, they left to focus on their full-time comedic careers. They were interested in theater while attending Bloomington High School, where they developed an early passion in performing.


Yi defines their gender identification as “queer genderfluid enby”. They utilize the they/them pronouns. Yi accused Marilyn Manson of harassing her sexually on the set of House on Twitter. With reference to her husband David Cross, Amber Tamblyn stated in 2018 that “basically he was rightfully accused of doing something racist to the comedian Charlyne Yi,” in response to tweets Yi had made about the topic in 2017.

Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.


He stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches(1.80 m).

The Carrie Diaries

She appeared as Walter “Walt” Reynolds, a central character in The Carrie Diaries. Walt, one of Carrie Bradshaw’s best friends, attends Castlebury High School alongside Carrie and their two best friends, Jill “The Mouse” Chen and Maggie Landers, the latter of whom he previously dated. Throughout the series, Walt fights with his sexuality.

In the pilot episode, Walt and Maggie attend a school dance, while Carrie spends the majority of the night in New York City. Walt admits to Carrie that he is gay but is terrified to tell anyone. Maggie informs Carrie that she is no longer a virgin, and Walt may be grappling with his sexual orientation. In Lie With Me, Maggie recommends taking their relationship to the next level, which causes Walt to break up with her.

Actor, comedian, musician, and writer, Brendan Dooling Photo
Actor, comedian, musician, and writer, Brendan Dooling Photo

In Fright Night, Walt goes with Carrie as Prince Charles and meets Bennet, Carrie’s boss. Walt is stunned by Bennet’s kiss and flees, losing his virginity. In season two, Walt and Bennet become an exclusive item, living in a seedy neighborhood of New York City. On Valentine’s Day, Walt and Bennet spend time together, but both learn that Bennet’s ex-boyfriend is dying of AIDS. The test results are negative, and Walt knows that being gay will impede his future. Walt is compassionate, sympathetic, and an excellent listener to all of his best friends’ issues.


He appeared as Dr. Chi Park, Neurologist, Diagnostic Medicine in the American medical drama television series House. House is an American medical drama television series that ran on Fox from November 16, 2004 to May 21, 2012. The sitcom focuses on Dr. Gregory House, a misanthropic medical genius who leads a team of diagnosticians at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey. The series’ premise was developed by Paul Attanasio and David Shore, who is recognized as the originator.

House’s assumptions concerning patients’ ailments are frequently contentious, leading to disagreements with his colleagues and his employer, Dr. Lisa Cuddy. His sole true buddy is Dr. James Wilson, who heads the Department of Oncology. Dr. Eric Foreman, Dr. Allison Cameron, and Dr. Robert Chase make up House’s diagnostic team.

After the third season, the team disbands and House gradually recruits new members. Shore, Attanasio, Katie Jacobs, and Bryan Singer co-produced the series. From its second to fourth seasons, House was one of the top ten shows in the United States, and in 2008, it was the most-watched television program in the world. The series ended on May 21, 2012, with an hour-long retrospective.


♦ 2022 – My Father’s Dragon
♦ 2021 – Happily
♦ 2021 – The Mitchells vs. the Machines
♦ 2020 – Trolls World Tour
♦ 2020 – We Bare Bears: The Movie
♦ 2019 – Always Be My Maybe
♦ 2019 – Goldie
♦ 2019 – Steven Universe: The Movie
♦ 2019 – Jexi
♦ 2018 – Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich
♦ 2018 – Next Gen
♦ 2018 – Second Act
♦ 2017 – The Disaster Artist
♦ 2017 – Literally, Right Before Aaron
♦ 2017 – The Lego Ninjago Movie
♦ 2016 – Nerdland
♦ 2014 – The Last Time You Had Fun
♦ 2012 – This Is 40

TV Shows

♦ 2022 – Amphibia
♦ 2022 – Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities
♦ 2021 – Tig n’ Seek
♦ 2020 – Good Girls
♦ 2019 – Steven Universe Future
♦ 2018 – Lucifer
♦ 2018 – DIY
♦ 2018–present – Summer Camp Island
♦ 2017 – Twin Peaks
♦ 2017 – Danger & Eggs
♦ 2017 – Room 104
♦ 2016 – Love
♦ 2016 – Jane the Virgin
♦ 2016 – Future-Worm!
♦ 2015 – Looking
♦ 2015–2019 – Steven Universe
♦ 2015–2019 – We Bare Bears