The Hangover III’s Ken Jeong: We felt the love in London

"The energy in London was tremendous. People couldn’t have been more excited and nice and enthusiastic..."

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Ken Jeong, the actor who plays Mr Chow in The Hangover films, has praised British Hangover fanatics, saying “the energy in London was tremendous.”

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The 43-year-old actor, who plays the devilish antagonist, told RadioTimes.com: “People couldn’t have been more excited and nice and enthusiastic… We felt the love in London, absolutely.”

Of his expanded role in the third film (alongside Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Justin Bartha and Zach Galifianakis), Jeong said: “It was beyond surreal because in the second movie Chow goes to prison so honestly, as an actor, I just wanted a part in the third one! The fact that they gave me an expanded role… I’m still processing that right now. I think the Hangover III is the best thing I’ve ever done so I’m just so grateful.”

Believe it or not, Jeong was actually a doctor before he took up acting. “When I was a doctor I was very serious,” he told us, “I never joked around, I was never naked…”

Watch our full interview with Ken Jeong below:

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The Hangover III is in UK cinemas now.