Susan Park was born on 24th September 1984 in the United States, to Korean immigrants. She is best known for Revenge (2013), Fargo (2014), Fresh Off the Boat (2015), and Vice Principals (2016). Susan Park is starring as Jinju in \u2018Snowpiercer\u2019 (2020) https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v7lFMpmwn_hQ Snowpiercer is a post-apocalyptic dystopian thriller series airing on TNT in 2020. Based on the South Korean-Czech film \u2018Snowpiercer\u2019 (2013) and adapted from the French novel Le Transperceneige (1982), the film tells the story of the remaining humanity seven years after the earth has been turned into a frozen wasteland. The plot follows the passengers of an enormous, perpetually moving train that circles the globe. Meanwhile, the series deals with issues relating to politics of survival, social injustice, and class warfare. As per Deadline, Susan Park plays the character of Jinju. Park will play Jinju, the finest chef at the train\u2019s finest restaurant, and a member of the train\u2019s elite. The other notable cast includes Daveed Diggs as Layton Well, Jennifer Connelly as Melanie Cavill, Mickey Sumner as Bess Till, Annalise Basso as LJ Anderson, Sasha Frolova as Pixi Aariak, Alison Wright as Lilah Anderson, Benjamin Haigh as Fergus McConnell, Robert Urbina as Avi, and Katie McGuinness as Josie McConnell. Susan Park\u2019s Career and Net Worth Susan Park's net worth is estimated at $600,000. Source: IMDb Susan began acting in 2009, making her debut with a short film, The Lifeboat, where she played the role of Sarah. Later that year, the actress starred as Jean in the movie The Film You Did Not See (2009). This was followed by another short movie Clubophobia as Sarah. In 2014, Park featured in a couple of movies \u2013 Electric Slide as Marilyn D, and Phantom Halo as Grace. Two years later, she starred as Flashed Woman in a fantasy comedy film Ghostbusters (2016). Most recently, she played the role of Judy Kim in a romantic comedy film Always Be My Maybe (2019). When it comes to the small screens, the actress has played minor roles in numerous television series. In 2009, she played the recurring role of Dr. Monica Crumb in a comedy-drama The Unusuals (2009) for four episodes. A year later, she featured in an episode each of Three Rivers (2010) and CSI: Crime Investigation (2010). Susan Park's net worth is expected to rise further after getting cast in 'Snowpiercer' (2019). Source: IMDb In 2011, the actress played the role of Lesley for a couple of episodes in a soap opera The Bold and The Beautiful. This was followed by single episode appearances in Law & Order: LA (2011), Reed Between the Lines (2011), It\u2019s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2011), and Bent (2012). Park portrayed the character of Stacey Kim in a single-camera sitcom 1600 Penn (2013), where she appeared for five episodes. The same year, she starred in a couple of episodes of Revenge (2013) as Linda Park. In 2014, the actress had a recurring role as Linda Park in a black comedy-crime drama, Fargo. A year later, she starred as Mei Wu for a single episode in a crime-comedy drama Castle (2015) starring Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic. Watch: Jessica (Constance Wu) and Connie (Susan Park) make up through the power of song in Fresh Off The Boat 3x12 on ABC! https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vAA-63tpDSrk In 2015-16, Susan starred as Connie Chen in Fresh Off the Boat and Dr. Sally Hong in Life in Pieces. Likewise, in 2016-17, she made appearances in Vice Principals as Christine Russell and The Good Place as Pevita. The actress featured in a recurring role in a sitcom The Mick (2017) as Liz. This was followed by her role as Carly in Speechless (2017). In 2018, she played the character of Noriko Noshimuri for a couple of episodes in Hawaii Five-0. Susan Park\u2019s net worth is estimated at $600,000. Visit Celebs In-depth for more interesting Biography and details on Celeb Life.