Acting Talent

Alex Wong

Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, he grew up to be an accomplished ballet dancer winning the first Canadian citizen to win the Prix de Lausanne Apprentice Schlorship at age 17. He went on to dance for The American Ballet Theater in New York City and then became a princle dancer with the Miami City Ballet.

Auditioning for the TV show SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, he went on to become one of the shows most acclaimed dancers. Continuing dance opportunities at the 2013 Oscars and shows like PETER PAN LIVE, Alex then began transitioning into acting roles including as a regular in the new Starz series FLESH and BONE in 2015.

Languages: English / Cantonese

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Ami Park

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Bryan Espino

Bryan Espino was born on the island of Guam and attended the University of San Francisco earning a BS in Biology and BA in Psychology in 2013. Besides his passion for science, he also acquired a love for acting as a teenager after landing the lead role in a high school musical.

In 2014 he relocated to Los Angeles to focus on acting. While studying under renowned acting coaches, he landed print, commercial and theater roles as well as lead and supporting film rolees.

Languages: English / Tagalog

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Charlit Daecharkhom

Languages: English / Thai
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Christian Olivo

Born in El Paso, Texas, Christian was very active in high school sports while still excelling academically earning a perfect score on his SAT in Math and eventually graduating summa cum laude. After high school, he attended the US Air Force Academy in Colorado where he ranked first in his athletics class while also finding his interest in acting and entertainment by producing and choreographing dance videos. In 2011 he attended Arizona State University to study business where his passion for acting developed appearing in 15 student productions before graduating in 2015. Relocating to Los Angeles after graduation, Christian devoted all his attention to acting and improvisation training.

Languages: English

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David Cheung​

British actor David Cheung was born in London and first began acting at the age of 12 eventually studying at the prestigious Identity School of Acting. A featured role in Dragonball Z: The Saiyan Saga in 2013 led to additional roles alongside Johnny Depp in Mortdecai (2015), Street Fighter Resurrection (2016), the award winning film Arene (2016), with Taylor Lautner in the BBC TV series Cuckoo (2016), the German/Chinese co-production Out Of Control (2016) with Cecilia Cheung, and the BBC TV series Snatch (2017) based on the Guy Richie film.

​Languages: English / Mandarin​

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Dax Li

Languages spoken: English / Mandarin

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Don Nguyen

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Duncan Tran

Languages: English / Vietnamese
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D.Y. Sao

Born in Cambodia and raised in Long Beach, CA, D.Y. started learning martial arts at the age of seven. He was introduced to Chinese martial arts at age 21 at the Southern California Wushu Academy eventually earning numerous metals and honors including the national Wushu title, and earning a place on the U.S. National Wushu Kung Fu Team 2003-2004 representing the USA at the World Games in Macau.

His martial arts experience allowed him to transition to the film industry as a stuntman, stunt coordinator, fight choreographer, and fight coordinator, while sharpening his acting skills in a number of projects including War Machine, 5th Street, and a starring role in the award winning film How War Ends and a lead role in Knight of Rain.

Languages: English / Khmer

Acting Reel

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Edward Zo

Languages: English / Mandarin

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Harrison Wong

Born in FuZhou, China, Harrison inherited some Persian from his great grandfather giving him a few unique features. He grew up in Hong Kong where his interest in acting came at an early age when he starred in musicals while in middle school. Eventually his love of acting took him to London at age 17 where he studied acting at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and where he also attended Central Martins College of Art & Design which became an outlet for expressing himself as an artist through different mediums such as drawing and creative writing. Harrison’s first role was in the BBC mini-series “One Child” in 2014 followed by two additional film roles and in the UK feature “Deny Everything” and the Chinese feature Women in Front of the Camera both in 2017.

Languages: English / Mandarin / Cantonese

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Jackie Tran

Jackie Tran is an experienced martial artist and an expert in broadsword and straight sword. Both he and his father are huge Jackie Chan fans and he was named after the star. Jackie’s acting career has started taking off even though he hasn’t yet graduated from high school. He primary film interest is in action films that allow him to incorporate his own stunt work.

Languages: English / Vietnamese

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Jason Her

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Kai Braden

Actor/Model Kai Braden is a San Francisco native who is also an accomplished singer and dancer. As an actor, some of Kai’s co-star roles include television shows such as ‘Revenge’ (ABC), ‘90210’ (CW), and ‘General Hospital’ (ABC), national commercials for Nivea, Toyota, and KFC, and international music videos for Katy Perry, Tata Young, and A-Mei.

As a model with Wilhelmina as his first agency, Kai has representation in North America, the UK, and Asia. His career has taken him around the globe to work with such clients as Cosmopolitan Magazine, Abercrombie & Fitch, Nike, 7 For All Mankind, Footlocker, Gillette, and Samsung.

As a certified CrossFit Coach, extreme sports enthusiast, and a second degree Black Belt in Olympic Taekwondo, Kai’s action training compliments his work in entertainment

Languages: English / Spanish

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Kaiwen Sao

Languages: English

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Katrina Rosita

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Keanu Lee Nunes

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa to a Portuguese father and Chinese mother, Keanu grew up in South Africa and Switzerland before relocating to Toronto, Canada in 2000. During high school, he excelled in gymnastics becoming part of the Portuguese gymnastics team.

In 2014, he showcased his gymnastic skills in a music video for Shawn Mendes’ Something Big and during filming realized he wanted to pursue acting. He immediately started his acting training and landed multiple TV and film roles including Murder U, Being Single, Minority Report, The Girlfriend Report, and a lead role in the feature film Run Kai Run.

Languages: English / French / Portuguese

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Kento Matsunami

Kento Matsunami was born in Tokyo and began acting as a teenager. After high school he moved to Los Angeles to study at Santa Monica College graduating with a Theater degree in 2016. His first film role was as the lead character Akira Oniwa in the independent feature film, Another Yesterday in 2017.

Languages: English / Japanese

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Koji Niiya

Koji Niiya was born in Florida to professional musicians. He attended Florida State Univeristy and is a multi-talented actor who is also a model, painter, tattoo artist, a musician who plays multiple instruments, and a black belt in Kendo and Iaido. After moving to Los Angeles, he quickly landed roles in films included Slith Mouth Woman In LA (2014), Masterless (2015) and The Surface (2015).

Languages: English / Japanese

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Leon Le

Writer/Director/Actor Leon Le was born in Vietnam and grew up there until the age of 13 when he moved with his family to Southern California. After moving to New York and establishing himself as an accomplished actor/dancer/singer, including Broadway, and film and TV roles in Vietnam, he began pursing another life long dream writing and directing.

Winning multiple awards and critical acclaim with screenings at over 30 film festivals for his films Dawn and Talking to My Mother, Leon has already established himself as a thoughtful and accomplished screenplay writer.

Languages: English / Vietnamese

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Lyndon Hoffman-Lew

Born in the San Francisco Bay area, Lyndon Hoffman-Lew discovered acting in this third year of college and knew that was his passion. He immediately relocated to Los Angeles and began studying under Ivana Chubbuck and over the course of three years gained a coveted spot in her masters class.

His exceptional acting talent and transformative looks were recognized immediately when he arrived in L.A. landing him roles in multiple films, including two independent features and a music video with the band Filter.

Languages: English / Mandarin

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Mackenyu

Mackenyu was born in Los Angeles and and began acting in his teens. His career took off in Japan in 2015 when he starred in three supporting roles in TV Mini-series and as one of the leads in the live action movie Kamen Rider Drive. In January 2016 he made his stage debut in the Japanese musical Boys Over Flower and was a lead in the two part feature film Chihayafuru Part I & II. His fame in Japan landed him on the front cover of AN Magazine in Japan in March 2016 and later that year he secured a lead role in the series ZAPS, Inc., the feature Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, and a supporting role in Pacific Rim: Uprising. In 2017 he won the Best New Talent Award at Japan Academy Awards for his role in Chihayafuru.

Languages: English / Japanese

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Masa Yamaguchi

Born in London, Masa and his family moved to Tokyo when he was three. At the age of 15, his family moved to Melbourne, Australia where he finished school and then attended Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Arts graduating in 2001. By the time he graduated he had already landed multiple roles.

In 2001 he was involved in a TV mini-series that raised his profile opening more opportunities as an actor. Starting in 2005 he landed roles in feature films and TV in Australia, the UK and the USA including Star Wars Episode III – Revenge of the Sith in 2005; The Condemned with Stone Cold Steve Austin in 2007; and in 2013 the supporting role of the Kempei Officer in The Railway Man with Colin Firth and in The Wolverine fighting Hugh Jackman on top of a bullet train.

More recently, he starred along side Michelle Yeoh in Strike Back in 2015, and in 2016 Marco Polo and a leading role in the TV series Top Knot Detective.

Languages: English / Japanese

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Ming Xi

Ming Xi was born in Shanghai and studied acting and fashion design at Shanghai Donghua University graduating in 2007. Her modeling career took off after being nominated as one of the 15 finalists for Elite Model Look eventually launching her into stardom as one of the world’s top supermodels. After a number of Chinese TV shows, her acting career began to take off in 2016 when she appeared in the feature, Warrior’s Gate produced by the legendary French director Luc Besson.

Languages: English / Mandarin

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Moe Alafrangy

Languages: English / Arabic

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Pranav Venkatesh

Languages: English

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Raven Wynn

Languages: English / Vietnamese

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Richie Kul

Born in Bangkok, Thailand, Richie Kul moved to Southern California as a young child and later attended Stanford University where he earned a B.A. in Economics and a Master’s degree in Organizational Behavior until work in the business industry became uninteresting and an opportunity to model was presented to him. He immediately skyrocketed into a broad ranging modeling career taking him to New York, Miami, Hong Kong, London, Milan and Shanghai for high profile commercial and print campaigns.

His interest in acting opened up new opportunities including a co-starring role in Pearls From the Far East.

Languages: English / Thai / Mandarin / Spanish

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Ricky Titus-Lam

Languages: Spanish / German

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Sammy Cantu

Language: English

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Sarah Yan Li

Languages: English / Mandarin

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Shawn Dou

Shawn Dou was born in Xi’an, China and moved with his family to Vancouver, Canada when he was 10 years old. In 2008 he moved back to China when he was accepted into the Beijing Film Academy where his film career began in 2010 with a starring role in “Under the Hawthorn Tree” by iconic Director Yimou Zhang.

After multiple film roles and awards, his career began to skyrocket in 2015 with starring roles in the films “Time to Love”, “To the Fore” with Eddie Peng and Siwon Choi, “Log Out” with Blake Lively and Adrien Brody and in the Chinese blockbuster “Wolf Totem.” These were followed in 2016 with starring roles in “Everybody’s Fine,” and with Joseph Fiennes in “The Last Race,” as well as starring roles in the TV Series “Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy” and “Princess Agents.”

Languages: English / Mandarin

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Simonas Pham

Simonas Pham was born in Vilnius to a Vietnamese father and Lithuanian mother. He was discovered as a model at age 19 at a fashion week casting in Lithuania. A month later he landed in New York City where he earned immediate attention becoming a “Model of the Week” on models.com.

Working with top name photographers on world-wide print and commercial campaigns for some of the biggest brands opened new opportunities for him to pursue his true passion, acting. Studying in New York and Los Angeles, Simonas landed his first acting role in 2016.

Languages: English

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Todd Lien

Languages spoken: English / Mandarin

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Topher Park

Born in Los Angeles, multi-talented Topher Hyun Park grew up playing guitar and singing eventually going into modeling in his teens for such iconic brands as Samsung.

His passion for acting led him to pursue a degree in theater at UC Riverside where he graduated in 2015. During his final year of school, his acting talent became quickly noticed landing him in multiple films, including his first feature film, BONED (2015), and garnering praise and recognition for his dramatic performances and comedic timing.

Languages: English / Korean

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Zilong Zee

Growing up in central China, Zilong Zee discovered his love for acting and music early in life and in 2007 attended the acting school Cours Florent in Paris. While there, Zilong mastered French and appeared in theater productions, music concerts and videos, TV shows, independent films, and commercials.

In 2011, Zee came to New York City to study musical theater and hone his acting and singing skills. He quickly become immersed in the New York theatre community and was featured in The New York Times for his performance in the musical “Rent a White Guy.” He also worked with Tony Award nominated director, Marcia Milgrom Dodge in a revival of “The King & I.”

In 2013 he sang as part of the “Taste of France” cabaret show in Bryant Park. He also starred in several independent films that have been accepted and recognized at film festivals, including the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival and a “Best Actor” nomination at the Los Angeles Asians on Film Festival in 2015.

Languages: English / Mandarin / French

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