Treng Tai( Actress)
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Tai Treng was born December 14, 1973, died Sept. 3, 2001. She was a famous American actress of Vietnamese nationality.
Childhood and adolescence Tai Treng was cloudless and carefree. Already in the early years, she learned that such grief and fear. Ty's father served as a soldier in the Vietnamese army. In 1975, this country began the terrible repression and persecution of the Communists came to power. My father decided to move his family to the United States, as well as to stay in Vietnam was not safe. For several months, Tai with his mother and brother were hiding from the established power. Prior to the state they had to move in the holds of cargo ships and barges. Ty's father went to all for the sake of what would be his children live in a free country. During this terrible journey Tai Treng seriously ill and barely able to survive.
In 1980 the family Treng was officially a U.S. citizen. And in 1982, Ty's father died of cancer. This event made the family closer and begin to protect each other throughout.
Having survived a terrible childhood Tai Treng (Thuy Trang) began to cultivate the courage and resilience. She began studying martial arts, that would always be able to stand up for themselves. She graduated from the University of California, and then hit the movies.
In 1993 she played in her first film. It was a small role in the series 'mighty morphs - power rangers'. In 1996, it can be seen in the film 'indestructible spy'.
In 1996, Tai Treng (Thuy Trang) played the role of Kali in the film 'The Crow 2: City of Angels'. This work has yielded considerable success and honoring talented actress. Last work was the Thai TV series 'The mighty Rangers: Dino Thunder', which aired until 2004.
Tai Treng died at age 27. The actress died in a car accident. At high speed the driver lost control and the car with the star crashed into a cliff. Along with Ty killed former model Angela Rockwood. According to the investigation revealed that girls were not wearing seat belts, which probably could have saved their lives. A car driver suffered minor abrasions.
Tai Treng (Thuy Trang) was cremated on Sept. 10, 2001, and dispelled her ashes in the Memorial Park in Whittier, California. The death of actress was a shock to many, despite the great desire to live Ty could not escape from death. Apparently her fate was already decided long ago, the question was merely one of timing.