Hollywood star Li Jun Li debuted in an episode of Live from Lincoln Center in 2010. That same year, she guest-starred in Blue Bloods. She also landed one-episode roles in Body of Proof and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Her first recurring role on the small screen was as Maggie Huang in FX’s Damages. After this, she had roles in the TV films Americana, Freestyle Love Supreme, and Hatfields & McCoys.
At the same time, she guest-starred in Smash, The Following, Unforgettable, and Minority Report, among others. In 2013, she had her first movie role in Chinese Puzzle. She next appeared in the independent films The Humbling and Front Cover. The actress became further known for her role as Julie Tay in Chicago P.D. and Chicago Fire.
Following this, she starred as Iris Chang in ABC’s Quantico. She went on to join the main cast of Fox’s The Exorcist as Rose Cooper. In 2019, she starred as Jenny Wah in the Netflix series Wu Assassins. She also played Grace Ling in the CBS series Evil. In addition, she played a small role in the film Ricki and the Flash.
When she’s not busy acting, Li Jun Li spends her free time getting fit. “I do work out a lot. I try my best to keep in shape. I train. Most of my castmates are actual martial artists. I want to be like them when I grow up,” said the actress. She’s very keen to continue working in action-oriented projects like Wu Assassins so she trains on her own as part of her preparation. “I definitely want to continue to pursue this direction: action. I really do love it. I’m training on my own,” she shared.