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The Breakout Stars of 'Fresh Off The Boat'

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By Stephanie Elmir

ABC's "Fresh Off The Boat" is ending with its final season pretty soon, but the show's stars continue to grow in their careers. The show follows a Taiwanese American family living their everyday lives with the quirky characters and Florida neighborhood.

For the series family, they received enough attention and acclaim to further boost their careers and showcase talent. From the established actors to the youngsters on set, these breakout stars benefitted from the family comedy and are living their best lives.

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Constance Wu

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Constance Wu is the most successful breakout star from the show, now a sought after film star. Wu has since starred in "Crazy Rich Asians" a box office, mainstream hit, raking in millions for the all-Asian cast and storyline.

Wu kept it going with 2019's release of "Hustlers" another box office hit with acclaim and awards nominations. It's been proven that Wu is a star and will continue with film after retiring as Jessica Huang. She has several upcoming projects.

Randall Park

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Comedian Randall Park had many ongoing or recurring small roles in hit shows like "The Office", "The Mindy Project", and "Veep", but after his role as Louis Huang, he's been seen in way more television and film.

Recently he co-starred with Ali Wong in Netflix's "Always Be My Maybe", a now beloved romantic comedy, the newest hit in the genre. Moreover, he's reeling in that Marvel money playing Jimmy Woo in "Ant-Man And The Wasp" and now in the upcoming Disney+ show "WandaVision".

Hudson Yang

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Hudson Yang is the adorable star of the show, playing Eddie Huang, the real life celebrity chef that wrote his autobiography then optioned it into a television series. As a young actor, "Fresh Off The Boat" gave him the platform needed for a lifelong career boost.

Since the show, he's been on other children's shows like "The Lion Guard" and "Sofia The First". Audiences will miss his portrayal of Eddie and all the rap references and attitude he brought onscreen.

Ian Chen

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Ian Chen plays the youngest Huang on the show and has certainly picked up some other fun projects on the side. He's already started his film career with box office hits like "Shazam" and "A Dog's Journey" alongside stars like Zachary Levi and Dennis Quaid.

Although fans will miss his sweet and adorable Evan Huang, there's sure to be a brighter horizon for the young actor. Already on other television shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and "Modern Family", he'll be just fine.

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