Margaret Cho is a Actor and Writer American born on 5 december 1968 at San Francisco (USA)
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Birth name Margaret Moran ChoNationality USABirth 5 december 1968
(54 years) at San Francisco (USA
Margaret Moran Cho (born December 5, 1968) is an American comedian, actress, fashion designer, author, and singer-songwriter. Cho is best known for her stand-up routines, through which she critiques social and political problems, especially race and sexuality. She has created music videos and has her own clothing line of crotchless underwear for men and women. Cho has also frequently supported LGBT rights and has won awards for her humanitarian efforts on behalf of women, Asians, and the LGBT community.
As an actress, she has acted in such roles as Charlene Lee in It's My Party and John Travolta's FBI colleague in the action movie Face/Off. Cho was part of the cast of the TV series Drop Dead Diva on Lifetime Television, in which she appeared as Teri Lee, a paralegal assistant.
Cho married Al Ridenour, an artist involved in the production of Cacophony Society and the Art of Bleeding, in 2003. Cho was featured in an Art of Bleeding performance in March 2006. She described her marriage as "very conventional and conservative, I think. I mean we're such weird people that people just can't imagine that we would have a conventional marriage. But, yeah, we are very conventional." They were separated in September 2014 and Cho confirmed their separation in December. Cho referred to herself as "divorced" in an April 2015 profile in the New York Times, but actually filed for divorce in August 2015.
As of 2009, Cho was living in Peachtree City, Georgia, as Drop Dead Diva was filmed in the Atlanta area.
Cho is openly bisexual, and has stated that she has had "a lot of experience in the area of polyamory and alternative sexuality in general." She has acknowledged having been raped a number of times during her school years, which had the adverse impact on her grades that resulted in her expulsion from at least one high school. Worse, when she tried to open up about it during her school years, all she got was backlash that, among other hostile remarks, accused her of being too ugly to be a sexual turn-on for boys.