Park stars in the hit ABC comedy series “Fresh Off the Boat” as Louis Huang, the patriarch of a Taiwanese family adjusting to a new life in Orlando after moving from Washington D.C. in the 1990s. His work in the series earned him a 2016 Critics Choice nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy Series. The show is currently airing its third season. Park will next be seen in Josh Gordon and Will Speck’s Office Christmas Party alongside Jennifer Aniston, Olivia Munn, Jason Bateman, T.J. Miller, and Kate McKinnon. Paramount is set to release the film December 9th, 2016. He also wrapped production on Amy Schumer’s untitled film, which is due out in 2017. Park’s previous film credits include The Interview, in which he starred as “Kim Jong-un” alongside Seth Rogen and James Franco; the box-office hit Neighbors, alongside Seth Rogen and Zac Efron; Sex Tape, opposite Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel; The Meddler; They Came Together; The Five-Year Engagement; and Larry Crowne. Park’s other TV credits include Veep; The Office; New Girl; Curb Your Enthusiasm; House; The Mindy Project; Cold Case; CSI; Reno 911!; Wild N Out; and The Sarah Silverman Program.
Park won a ‘Best Actor Award’ at the 2010 NBC’s Short Cuts Film Festival for the short Blueberry, which he also wrote. He is also the recipient of the 2011 CAPE ‘New Writers Award’ for an original pilot he wrote entitled Erasists. Park is a constant presence on the web and is a frequent contributor to the monthly web series showcase and competition Channel 101, where he is the proud recipient of numerous “Channies". His work can be found on www.randallparkplace.com.
Krista Marie Yu
Krista Marie Yu stars in ABC’s fall drama “Dr. Ken”, playing Ken Jeong's (Dr. Ken) daughter ‘Molly’. Krista was born in Berkeley, California where she spent most of her childhood singing, dancing, and figure skating. After playing Claire in “The Nutcracker on Ice,” Krista immediately fell in love with performing.
Prior to “Dr. Ken,” Krista had recurring roles on Nickelodeon’s comedy series “The Thundermans,” as well as ABC’s “Cougar Town,” plus she gave some great performances on “Marvel’s Agent Carter,” “The Middle,” Amazon’s “Hand of God,” ABC Family’s “Switched at Birth,” and “Parenthood.” On the big screen, Krista can be seen in the comedy “Love the Coopers,” starring Alan Arkin and Ed Helms, and the horror thriller “6 Miranda Drive” starring Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell. Credits for theater productions include Sandy in “Grease”; Sally Bowles in “Cabaret”; Alice in “Alice”; and Tiger Lily in “Peter Pan.” She also joined “Showbiz,” a children’s song and dance troupe.
Albert Tsai was born and raised in San Jose, California. At age nine, this young actor has already received rave reviews and award recognition, earning a “Best Supporting Actor” nomination at the Critics’ Choice Television Awards for his outstanding performance on ABC’s comedy series “Trophy Wife.” He was the youngest nominee in the award show’s history to date. Albert can currently be seen starring on the hit ABC comedy series “Dr. Ken.” Shortly after the series premiered, Albert was named one of Entertainment Weekly’s 12 Best Child Actors of 2015.
Albert discovered his passion for acting at only seven years old, when he participated in a school play. In 2013 he made his television debut on CBS’ smash hit series “How I Met Your Mother.” A few months later at the age of nine, Albert landed his breakout role on ABC’s comedy series “Trophy Wife.” TV Guide raved, “Albert Tsai is single-handedly giving ‘sitcom kids’ a good name… it’s the pint sized 9-year-old’s natural charm and perfectly calibrated infectious energy that cracks us up and melts our hearts.”
Born and raised in Chicago, Suzy Nakamura began her career in the touring company of The Second City and later opened the first two shows at The Second City Detroit. After moving to Los Angeles, she began guest starring on television, eventually landing recurring roles on “The West Wing” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Nakamura has appeared in over 100 television episodes. She has been a series regular on shows such as “Go On,” opposite Matthew Perry, and “Help Me Help You” with Ted Danson, and recurred on numerous episodic series, including “The Goldbergs,” “Modern Family,” and “Men of a Certain Age.” Suzy has guest starred on “Veep,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Castle,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Bones,” among others. She currently stars opposite Ken Jeong in “Dr. Ken” on ABC.
She most recently appeared opposite Chris Pine in the feature film “Horrible Bosses 2” and will next be seen in Beth LaMure’s indie drama “Daisy Winters,” opposite Carrie Preston and Brooke Shields. In her spare time, Suzy volunteers with Food on Foot (http://www.foodonfoot.org), an organization dedicated to providing the homeless of Los Angeles with nutritious meals, clothing, and assistance in the transition to employment and housing. She also makes regular appearances in various improvisational and sketch comedy shows around Los Angeles.
Terrence Howard is an Academy Award-nominated actor who currently leads the FOX hit series “Empire” as the head of the Lyon family. In 2015, he won Best Actor at the BET Awards and the NAACP Awards for his work on the show, which remains one of TV’s highest-rated affairs.
Howard is also recognized for “Hustle & Flow,” for which he received a Best Actor Oscar nod, and for his film and television appearances in projects like “Mr. Holland’s Opus,” “Ray,” “Crash” and “Iron Man.”
In 2007, Kina wrote her song "Message From Your Heart," shot a video in her bedroom, and uploaded it to YouTube. A few months later, the song won her a major label recording contract and aired during the Super Bowl in front of its 97 million viewers. Kina soon forfeited the record deal, choosing instead to self-release her album and keep creative control. Her debut album - Stairwells - debuted on Billboard's Top 200 chart (and #2 on its new artist chart) due in large part to her devoted online following. To date, Kina has amassed nearly 180 million video views, accruing nearly 1.2 million subscribers on her YouTube channel, thanks to unforgettable videos for her original music, including "Valentine" and "In Your Arms." The latter earned Kina visits to The Ellen Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live and was named one of the Top 10 videos of the year by Time Magazine. Kina has headlined tours around the world, selling out shows from New York to Los Angeles, London to Berlin and Sydney to Tokyo.
Kina's sophomore album - Elements (via Kina Grannis Records) - written entirely by Kina and produced by Matt Hales (Aqualung), marks an undeniable maturity in songwriting and artistry and documents a period of growth and change in Kina's personal life, complete with an honesty and a vulnerability that she's excited to share with her fans. The music is dark and driving, sweet and soaring, melancholy, humble, heartfelt and hopeful.
Anna Akana is an actress, comedian and model. In 2011, Akana launched her YouTube channel in the comfort of her own home. It was a space where she could be herself without worrying about the nausea that came along with stage fright. Four years later, she has more than one million subscribers, and more than 122 million views on her videos.
In 2011, Akana appeared in the TV series “Awkward.” In that same year, she also appeared as an extra in Katy Perry's “Last Friday Night” music video. In 2015 she appeared in the films “Ant-Man” and “Kids vs Monsters.” In 2016, Akana appeared alongside Sally Field in the indie comedy film “Hello, My Name Is Doris,” written by Michael Showalter.
Born in Seoul, Korea, and raised in Los Angeles, California, John Cho began acting while studying English literature at the University of California, Berkeley. He toured the country with his first show, “The Woman Warrior,” an adaptation of the renowned memoir by Maxine Kingston. Other stage roles include “Laertes” in the Singapore Repertory Theater's production of “Hamlet” and a variety of shows for East West Players.
Cho recently starred in Justin Lin’s “Star Trek Beyond” alongside Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg and Anton Yelchin, where he reprised his role as Lt. Hikaru Sulu. As one of today’s most dynamic actors, John Cho continues to deliver compelling performances in both film and television.
Christine Ko is a Chinese American television and film actress who currently plays "Emma" on series the CBS comedy series "The Great Indoors." Previously, she appeared in the second season of HBO's hit football comedy series, “Ballers,” as a Miami socialite opposite Andy Garcia.
Her other credits include starring in the digital series “Relationship Status” alongside Milo Ventimiglia and Shawn Ashmore, “BFFs,” “Sorry Ari,” and recurring in the Nickelodeon television series, “Hollywood Heights.” Ko is a graduate of Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and minor in finance. She was born in Chicago, Illinois, and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. When not acting, Ko enjoys golf, surfing, cooking and old-school '90s R&B music.
Eugene Lee Yang
Eugene Lee Yang is a video producer and personality at BuzzFeed Motion Pictures. His work as a writer, director, editor and actor there has reached millions of viewers worldwide, making him one of today’s most recognizable young Asian American faces online and in social media.
Behind the camera, Yang is responsible for several of BuzzFeed’s biggest viral video hits, including “If Disney Princes Were Real” and “Women’s Ideal Body Types Throughout History.” On screen, Yang is most known for being one of The Try Guys, BuzzFeed’s flagship comedy documentary series, where he’s garnered a reputation for being bold, brash and unapologetic in his opinions. Yang is a passionate advocate for better Asian representation in entertainment that is reflected both in his work as a producer and as a performer.
Jenn Im is the life and style superstar whose digital influence spans all social media, including her wildly popular YouTube Channel, “Clothes Encounters,” which commands 1.7 million+ subscribers, and Instagram @ImJennIm, with 1.3 million followers.
Known for her striking, richly saturated, inspired visual aesthetics and easy charm, Jenn is one of the most sought-after content collaborators for major brands and publications. The hit YouTube series she produced for Refinery29, “Hang Time with Jenn” and "Dear LA," helped grow their channel from a couple thousand to now more than 187,000 subscribers. Her very own Im Jenn Im App has been downloaded by 70,000 users. With her polished yet accessible style, she empowers subscribers to dress in what makes them feel best. Jenn's ability to connect with audiences and invite them into her universe (whether it’s in her bedroom doing makeup or on an adventure to Dubai) has garnered her avid superfans all over the world — and more every day.
Ming-Na Wen is known for voicing Fa Mulan, one of the Disney Princesses, in the films "Mulan" and "Mulan II." In 1988 she became the first Asian American actress to land a contract role on a daytime soap. Since leaving the cast of "ER" in 2004, Ming-Na landed a series of leading roles in a diverse group of popular and acclaimed shows. She has starred as Melinda May in the ABC action drama series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." Besides television, she is notable for starring in the films "The Joy Luck Club," "Street Fighter," and "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within."
A prolific and versatile television actress who also has an impressive resume onstage and on the big screen, Ming-Na is one of the most successful Asian American actresses of her generation.
Eric Nam is a Korean American singer-songwriter, entertainer and entrepreneur active in South Korea. Following a viral YouTube cover, Eric found himself in Korea on MBC’s Star Audition, a show similar to American Idol, and signed with entertainment powerhouse, C.J. E&M.
A regular in Korea’s music scene, Eric has promoted two mini albums and multiple singles in Korea and has charted at #1 on several occasions.. In June 2016, Eric released his first U.S. single, “Into You” in collaboration with electronic band, KOLAJ. “Into You” premiered worldwide on Beats 1 Radio and The Fader, which subsequently led to a #1 charting on Hype Machine. In addition to music, Eric is also active on television. For the last three years, Eric was the main host of Arirang TV’s most popular program, “After School Club,” broadcast in 190 countries gaining thousands of fans internationally. Today, Eric continues to make appearances on many of Korea’s top rated and popular TV and radio shows, including hosting “Saturday Night Live,” “Running Man,” “Hello Counselor,” “CultTwo Show,” and many more. He is currently a regular on MBC’s international hit, “We Got Married.”