Margaret Cho was raised in a racially diverse neighborhood surrounded by old hippies, Chinese, Korean, and drag queens. During her childhood, Cho was bullied hated and bitten the surrounded people. Not only that Margaret was sexually molested by a family friend during minority. That kind of situations made her mentally unfit and that hampered her studies.
Cho attended "Lowell High School" and "San Francisco School of the Arts". At the age of 15, she started working as phone sex operator and also as a dominatrix.
Heading towards her professional career, Cho debuted in the acting industry through the movie, “Move the Crowd” in 1992. Further, in the same year, she made her appearance in the series “The Golden Palace” as the character of Dr. Fong. Since then she has appeared in 32 movies, including TV series.
Margaret's first step to the movie industry began from the “Angie” where she appeared as Role Admission Nurse #2. Some of her famous movies include $pent, Bam Bam and Celeste, Falling for Grace, One Missed Call, 17 Again, Senior Project, Tooken, Hurricane Bianca and etc.
Apart from establishing himself in television industry Margerate is also a famous author. her popular books “I’m the One That I Want” and “I Have Chosen to Stay and Fight”.
Cho is a multi talented personality, she has her steps in numbers of fields, she was involved in the music industry as well. Her two albums are "Cho Dependent" and "American Myth'.
Margaret Cho holds an American nationality and belongs to the Asian ethnicity. Looking more on her personal life, Cho was in a love affair with Quentin Tarantino, Chris Isaak, and comedian actor, Scott Aukerman.
In 2003, Cho married her boyfriend AL Ridenour. However, the couple divorced after spending 11 years together. Later she officially announced that she is a bisexual and currently living a single life.
Looking towards her economic aspects, Margaret has a total net worth of $3 million.