Ingrid Chen is an American actress known for her role as Celia Wong in Halloween Bandits. She also made a cameo appearance in Escape from the Aztecs as Coyolxauhqui, the Aztec moon goddess.


Chen was born in 2003. She went to school with many fellow actors, including Geneva Franciskovich, Ella Fortini, Ian McKay, and Carissa Carlberg, and later Addison Hubley, Kai Uyeda, Maggie Zuniga and Jayda Monreal.

In 2015, Chen was cast in the co-starring role of Celia in IDM Pictures' short film Halloween Bandits[1]. Production began in late 2015 and continued through late 2016. Filming was slow, however, due to scheduling issues, so in the meantime Chen made a cameo appearance in IDM Pictures' 2016 spring film, Escape from the Aztecs, in a scene where she portrays the Aztec moon goddess Coyolxauhqui and fights the Aztec sun god Huitzilopochtli (Addison Hubley) in a legend told by Hernán Cortés (Maggie Zuniga).


Chen has had experience with both theater and film from an early age. She had a co-starring role in Halloween Bandits, a cameo appearance in Escape from the Aztecs, and a supporting role in a play put on by her school when she was in 6th grade. She was also cast in a minor role in Flowers for Algernon (2017) but the film was canceled due to the death of the character Algernon's portrayer[2].


List of Works

Year Title Role Production Status
2016 Escape from the Aztecs Coyolxauhqui Released
2017 Halloween Bandits Celia Wong Released