Ming-Na Wen on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.Ming-Na Wen, like the title character she voiced in Disney's Mulan, is a woman who refuses to see limits on what she can achieve. "I see myself as somebody who is driven," says Wen. "I have always believed if I set my mind on something, I can achieve it. I could build a house if that was something I desired to do. To be an Asian woman in Hollywood is not an easy task and I feel so fortunate and lucky that I've had all these opportunities, but all along I was dreaming them and manifesting them."
Ming-Na Wen has been one of the most recognized Chinese-Americans of all time on the big and small screen - playing roles that have both celebrated her Asian ancestry but also transcended it. Well known for her role on the hit series ER, and as June in the big screen adaptation of Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club, she is now known as the "badass" Melinda May on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC - a role she's excited about for many reasons, a big one being that her kids, ages 12 and 8,Read More »from SHIELD’s Ming-Na Wen on Reclaiming Her Father’s Name