DANIEL KIM* (Appa, Kim’s Convenience) is an actor and standup comedian who has appeared across the country. While in Los Angeles, he played the villainous Judge Turpin in the award-winning production of Sweeney Todd at East West Players, the nation’s oldest Asian American theater. Regional: Today Is My Birthday at Theatre Exile (Philadelphia), Atung in The Chinese Lady at Interact Theatre, multiple roles in Tiger Style—the inaugural production of Philadelphia Asian Performance Artists (PAPA), and Wong in both the premiere and revival of Fortune Cookies at the South Camden Theatre (NJ). Dan was also a founding member of the performance group Asians Misbehavin’ (NY & Philly Fringe Festivals, WYBE-TV), as well as the Edge of the World ensemble (NAATCO, LaMama). Dan has performed stand-up comedy at clubs in Chicago (Zanies, Comedy Cottage), New York (Improv, Gotham Comedy Club), and Philadelphia (Comedy Cabaret). TV: Stan on the Margaret Cho sitcom All-American Girl. Member of the Warner Brothers Comedy Writing Workshop. Love to Doris, Melody, Maple, and Lolly!
*member of Actor’s Equity Association