Teddy Chen Culver

Bay Area born, Teddy Chen Culver passed on collegiate baseball scholarships to attend Cornell University. Renowned acting teachers at “Howard Fine” and “Joanne Baron / D.W. Brown” studios honed Teddy’s talents earning him numerous starring roles in films, TV and theater. Praised by top critics at LA TIMES and BACKSTAGE WEST who raved, "Holding fast to his every character is Culver, who takes not one false step on stage", Teddy’s passion for theater inspires his work on TV, most recently starring in FOX’s “HOUSE”, NBC’s “THE EVENT” and “LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES”. Teddy also wrote, directed, and starred in the film “THE BOXER” winning the Grand Prize at CAPE / Spike TV’s Digital Shorts contest.

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Robert Wu

Originally from San Francisco, Robert has been active in LA as a voice actor as well as an on-camera actor for over a decade. His audio book narration credits include several titles from the STORIES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE series in addition to titles from the BATTLEFIELD EARTH saga. He has also voiced a plethora of characters on the hit animation series FAMILY GUY as well as on popular video game franchises such as X- MEN, RESIDENT EVIL, and METAL GEAR SOLID.

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Tim Chiou

Tim Chiou grew up in Southern California and studied sociology at UCLA before becoming an actor. He has been in various television shows including "NCIS", "Grey's Anatomy", "CSI-NY" and "2 Broke Girls", and has appeared in such films as "Seventh Moon", "Crossing Over" and the upcoming "Movie 43", as well as various theatre productions across the country. Tim also promotes awareness and outreach from both cycling and gaming communities.

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Austin Ku

I am of primarily Chinese descent (probably some other stuff mixed in the bloodline farther back), born and raised in the U.S. I went to school for theater and classical music (singing and violin). I also took some time off to go to law school and am a licensed attorney as well. Now I do a lot of performing in theater (plays and musicals), TV/film and commercials. I'm based in NYC but am currently in the L.A. area with the tour of the Broadway play "Chinglish" (by Tony Award winner David Henry Hwang).

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Parry Shen

Ever since Parry Shen’s breakout performance in MTV Films’ “Better Luck Tomorrow”, leading a group of over-achieving honor roll students into a downward spiral of crime, Parry has continued to demonstrate his range from Columbia Pictures’ comedy, “The New Guy” to the current “Hatchet” horror franchise. With over two dozen television appearances that include “Criminal Minds” and “NCIS: Los Angeles”, he can next be heard in the games "World of Warcraft: Mist of Pandaria", "Far Cry 3" and "Sleeping Dogs”. Parry is also the co-creator and writer of the graphic novel series , “Secret Identities” and is currently producing his first feature film, "Unidentified"

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Tzi Ma

An internationally recognized actor of film and television for nearly 4o years and still in his forties... just kidding. He's a little older but kidding aside, he's done a lot of stuff and that includes theatre and Dance all over the world. As Casey Stengel said, "you can look it up." Google, IMDB, Wikipedia, etc.

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Archie Kao

Archie Kao is perhaps best known for his role as Archie Johnson, in the long running hit series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; and to children for his role as Kai Chen, the Blue Power Ranger. Whether in the evidence lab, or clad in blue spandex- Kao's been an ardent crime fighter. Having worked and travelled extensively through Europe, Kao has recently expanded his repertoire to also include filming Chinese movies, in Mandarin. His globetrotting background continually affords him many dynamic first-person perspectives on the integrative evolution of our modern world.

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Ewan Chung was born in Washington, DC, and raised in Virginia. film credits include "Awakened" by Marvin Willson, "Orenthal: The Musical" by Jeff Rosenberg, "Morning" and "Undiscovered." His many TV credits include David E. Kelley's medical drama "Monday Mornings," "Bones," "Torchwood," "Two and a Half Men," "Boston Legal," "Chuck," "Eli Stone," "Heroes," "How I Met Your Mother," "The Unit," Stephen King's "Desperation," "Las Vegas," "Invasion," and Spike Lee’s "Sucker Free City." Ewan majored in the French language at the University of Virginia, is also fluent in Mandarin, and has a working knowledge of German, Dutch, and Spanish.
Ewan Chung
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James grew up in New York where he spent years playing legos, video games, tennis, and piano. He lived in Philadelphia studying Economics, Chemistry, and acting at the University of Pennsylvania, eventually getting his first professional acting gigs in the City of Brotherly Love. After a stint at the Yale School of Drama for his MFA in acting, James spent 4 wonderful years working in TV, film, theater, and audiobooks in New York City before spending a good portion of the year exploring opportunities in Los Angeles.
James Chen
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Ryun Yu has the first theater degree ever awarded by MIT. He has appeared in a number of television shows, in theaters in Singapore, Seattle, and Boston, and has just completed playing David Henry Hwang in David Henry Hwang's Yellowface, shot for the You Offend Me You Offend My Family channel on YouTube.
Ryun Yu
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François is a Cambodian-American actor. He is known for his role as Dr. Pierre Chang in ABC’s Lost, and as The Shredder in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze. Chau was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia of Chinese and Vietnamese descent. He has appeared as Koo Yin, a Chinese consul in the drama 24. He also appeared as a Chinese diplomat in Stargate SG-1. Chau has appeared as a guest star in The Unit, NUMB3RS, ER, Baywatch, Alias, Shark, Grey’s Anatomy, JAG, Medium, G.I. Joe, Lost, 9/11: The Twin Towers and as Lieutenant Winston ‘Vagabond’ Chang in video games Wing Commander III and Wing.

Francois Chau
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