“The Summer I Turned Pretty” Cast’s Lola Tung Age, Height, Ethnicity & Parents

Prime Video’s ‘The Summer I Turned Pretty,’ based on Jenny Han’s eponymous book, has become highly popular among viewers for its heartwarming love story. The romance story follows Isabel “Belly” Conklin, who spends her summer vacation at a seaside property. Belly gets reunited with her brothers, Jeremiah and Conrad, while she is there. Both brothers develop feelings for Belly, resulting in a messy love triangle.

Lola Tung plays Belly, the main character, and her outstanding performance has gained her a devoted following. Despite the fact that it is her first appearance on television, Lola’s performance is remarkable, and many viewers are fascinated about her. Her admirers are eager to learn more about her life in all facets, and we have just what they’re looking for!

Lola Tung Biography

Lola Tung was born on October 28, 2002, in New York City to an Asian family. She grew up in the Big Apple. Pia Tung, Lola’s mother, is a source of inspiration for her. Lola has had a passion for theatre since she was a child, and it all began when she portrayed Tin Man in a middle school performance of The Wizard of Oz. She attended the famous Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama Acting and Music Theater after graduating from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music, Art, and Performing Arts.

The actress has not shared much about her personal life, especially if she is dating someone


Lola’s first-ever project is ‘The Summer I Turned Pretty,’ and she couldn’t have wished for a finer chance. However, while submitting her name for the series, the actress had reservations about applying because she wanted to focus on her education. Lola eventually delivered her audition tape since she didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity to work with Jenny Han. “For the first time, I got to be on a set and have my first professional work be this incredibly fantastic production,” Lola said. The actress took a year off from acting to work on the critically acclaimed adaptation.

Jenny Han’s work is one of Lola’s favorites, and she was ecstatic to be able to play Belly. Lola said, “I believe she does such a fantastic job of constructing these universes.” “You really feel like you’re a part of it in The Summer I Turned Pretty, and you really feel like you’re going on the journey with these characters and experiencing the emotions that they’re experiencing.” During the filming procedure, the actress had a great time. The welcoming atmosphere helped her relax and prepare for the cameras.