The cat’s out of the bag … Jamie Chung is engaged and she’s got the big ring to prove it. Read on for the facts on Jamie Chung’s engagement and her future groom Bryan Greenberg.
1. Bryan Greenberg Has Bought Jamie Chung a Giant Rock
— Super Gossip (@SuperGossip_) January 10, 2014
Check out the bling Greenberg has put on Jamie Chung’s finger. E! News reports that:
News of the couple’s engagement comes just after they celebrated the New Year in Turks and Caicos.
2. You’ve Probably Seen Greenberg in Films Like Bride Wars and Friends With Benefits
Remember Kate Hudson’s cute brother who finds love with Anne Hathaway at the end of Bride Wars? Yeah, that’s Bryan Greenberg. He was also a regular on the TV series One Tree Hill, playing character Jake Jagielski. Check out this clip of Greenberg with Laura Prepon in this trailer for The Kitchen.
3. Greenberg Is Also a Musician
Bryan Greenberg isn’t just an actor. He makes music as well. Check out this lyric video of his song “Generations”. It’s actually pretty good, a nice, chill song. In the beginning of the video, Greenberg talks about his inspiration behind the song and what it’s all about … You can also check out a couple of his other tracks below:
4. Currently, Greenberg Has a Few Films in the Works
— Bryan Greenberg (@bryangreenberg) December 13, 2013
Clearly, Greenberg is a successful working actor. Right now he has a few projects in the works – A Year and Change, Flock of Dudes, and A Short History of Decay. A Year and Change is a drama while the other two movies are comedies.
5. The Happy Couple Get to Work Together in a New Film
— Bryan Greenberg (@bryangreenberg) December 14, 2013
For the movie A Year and Change that Greenberg is in, his new fiancee Jamie Chung has a role as well. Greenberg plays a main character named Owen while Jamie plays a minor role as Pam. The plot summary on IMDb states:
After falling off the roof at a New Year’s Eve house party, Owen decides that it’s time to make some wholesale changes in his life. Over the next year, he quits drinking, re-enters his estranged son’s life, reignites old friendships, and falls in love with Vera, a bank teller and fellow divorcee…all in an attempt to replace members of his family who he’d lost prematurely. Owen, a vending machine proprietor, soon finds that sometimes in life, you just need a little change.