After the death of her father, Mei becomes Cullen’s right hand man on the railroad, and a new catalyst for the healing he’s sought since his saga began five years ago. Her on-going quarrel with Chang over her father’s murder brings out the unexpected in her, and she proves a formidable agent of change.
Born in China and raised in New Zealand, Angela discovered acting through a lucky scheduling accident in high school. A passion for the craft of storytelling quickly ensued.
Originally trained for the stage, Angela won numerous national awards from the Cambridge International Examinations Board, New Zealand Qualifications Authority, and Shakespeare Globe Center New Zealand. The latter led to the Young Shakespeare Company, where she trained and performed at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London.
Determined to get a liberal arts education, Angela moved to the United States to attend Duke University as a Robertson Scholar. Continually acting throughout college, Angela graduated in 2014 with a degree in politics, economics and creative media and moved to Los Angeles, catching her big break on the fifth season of Hell on Wheels.