J.J. Fong is a New Zealand actress. She is best known for her roles as Alice Lee in the hit NZ television programme Go Girls, Betty in the programme Step Dave and Jessica in the acclaimed NZ web series Flat3 and its subsequent spin-offs.
The web series were created by her production company Flat3 productions which she co-owns and started with her mates Perlina Lau, Ally Xue and Roseanne Liang.
She is also currently portraying the role of Filipino New Zealander cosmetic surgical nurse Ruby Flores on the long-running and iconic NZ soap opera Shortland Street.
Fong received her first big break when she was cast as part of the main cast for Go Girls back in 2013.
Soon after realising the lack of diversity in New Zealand’s film and television industry her and her friends Perlina Lau, Ally Xue and director Roseanne Liang started Flat3 productions one goal of which is to give more opportunities to Asian New Zealanders and New Zealanders in general in the NZ film and television industry. Flat3 productions has gone to produced 2 successful web series Flat3 and Friday Night Bites. Where she portrays the character Jessica. Due to the first web series Flat3’s success the spin-off web series Friday Night Bites if now funded by NZ on Air and is released through TVNZ OnDemand.
She later starred on the main cast in the role of Betty on the popular, but short lived NZ Comedy-drama TV programme Step Dave.
Her friends independent of Flat3 productions also created the short film Sugar Hit.
She recently guest starred on The Brokenwood Mysteries and is part of the recurring cast of the famous NZ soap opera Shortland Street playing Nurse Ruby Flores.