Bee Vang English Actor
Vang was born and raised in Fresno, California, four years after his Hmong folks emigrated from Thailand. He had five siblings and one sister. 

He lived in the Twin Cities territory. He experienced childhood in an area in Minneapolis that he depicted as "poor". He later lived in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. For his first year, he went to Patrick Henry High School, and he was in the University of Minnesota's progressed program. He likewise went to Robbinsdale Armstrong High School in Plymouth, Minnesota. Vang, before being thrown in Gran Torino, had wanted to go into a premed program. Because of his part in Gran Torino, Vang considered getting into filmmaking. 

He goes to Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. At Brown Vang wanted to seek after an acting vocation and study filmmaking and the Chinese dialect. He is additionally some piece of the Asian American Students Association at Brown. 

As an adolescent, he chiefly watched Asian movies. In a meeting, Vang said that from his initial high school years he had viewed different western movies, including Clockwork Orange, Heaven & Earth, Heavenly Creatures, Rambo, and other war motion pictures. He likewise viewed Clint Eastwood He is a legendary actor and considered to be the m >> Read More... Clint Eastwood westerns and had been a devotee of Eastwood for a drawn out stretch of time. Vang claimed duplicates of a few movies featuring Eastwood, for example, Dirty Harry, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, and Letters from Iwo Jima.Vang said that he had an inclination for Asian movies, and particularly the first dialect forms with English subtitles. In a meeting, he reprimanded the film Heaven & Earth.

By 2010, Vang turned into an extremist. Vang teams up on social equity film, the web, and print items with Louisa Schein, a Hmong media master, Va-Megn Thoj, a Hmong movie producer, and Ly Chong Thong Jalao, a University of California Santa Barbara Ph.D. understudy. Vang goes around the United States doing open talking in regards to Gran Torino and post-Gran Torino issues identified with the Hmong group. In 2011, Vang composed an article reprimanding a KDWB radio comic drama fragment, saying that it is unpalatable depicting Hmong individuals.