Ra Mi-ran (born March 6, 1975) is a South Korean actress and television personality.
Early Life and Career
Ra Mi-ran was born in Gohan-eup, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon Province, South Korea on 6 March 1975.
Before making her film debut in Lady Vengeance (2005), Ra Mi-ran spent years acting in theatre. Afterwards, she appeared in more than 40 films but did not receive acclaim or public recognition until she starred in Dancing Queen (2012), with one review calling her “the standout” as the protagonist’s best friend and hairdresser.
She is most prolific as a supporting actress, notably in Lee Joon-ik’s Hope (2013), for which her portrayal of a young boy’s mother won Best Supporting Actress at the 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards; as well as The Himalayas (2015), for which she won Best Supporting Actress at the 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards. She was also noted as a scene stealer in the hit cable drama Reply 1988 (2015).
Ra was also praised in her leading role as a North Korean defector in Jeon Kyu-hwan’s indie ‘Dance Town’ (2011), with Variety calling it “riveting” and “a landmark performance.”
Though the reality show ‘Sister’s Slam Dunk”, she, along with cast members: Min Hyo Rin, Kim Sook, Hong Jin Kyung, Jessi, and Tiffany. They debuted as a girl group with the oldest average age in kpop history, under the name ‘Unnies’.
Husband and Family
Ra Mi-ran is married to her lovely husband Kim Jin-gu (김진구). They have a child name Kim Geun-woo (김근우).
Ra Mi-ran’s net worth as of 2022 is estimated at around $2.5 million – $10 million.
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