George Jung's tragic relationship with his daughter was the emotional core of the Johnny Depp movie "Blow" -- and TMZ has learned he's already reconnected with her since getting out of prison.
In the film, the infamous drug smuggler never sees his daughter Kristina Jung while in prison -- outside of that heartbreaking ending scene -- but Jung's rep tells us he and Kristina started to reconcile in the past couple of years.
A former national rollerskating champion and model in Australia, George began her acting career playing Angel Parrish on the Australian soap opera Home and Away from 1993 to 1996.
After moving to the United States, George made her film debut in the neo-noir science fiction feature Dark City (1998) and later appeared in supporting roles in Steven Soderbergh's crime film The Limey (1999) and David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001).
Her enthusiasm for dance eventually evolved into a passion for artistic roller skating.
She is an Australian national roller skating champion and won bronze medals in the National Championships in 19.
She won a silver medal at the Junior World Championship in 1991.
We're told Kristina visited her father a few times in prison -- and they spoke on the phone Monday, shortly after he was released.
Jung's rep adds father and daughter have already made plans to see each other in the near future. this is a much happier ending than the movie version of Jung's life.
She garnered critical acclaim for her starring role in Triangle (2009).
George's subsequent work includes the thriller A Lonely Place to Die (2011), the Australian drama series The Slap (2011), for which she won a Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actress, the British-American spy drama series Hunted (2012) and the drama series The Good Wife (2013–14).
In 2015, she starred in the American adaptation of The Slap, playing the same character, Rosie, that she had played in the Australian version.
She also played the lead role in the American medical drama series Heartbeat (2016). The second of four children, George attended Warwick Senior High School and developed an interest in dancing and began studying jazz, tap, ballet, and modern dance at the age of seven.