Kelvin Yu is an American actor of Taiwanese descent best known for his portrayal of Aziz Ansari's best friend in the television series Master of None. Growing up in Los Angeles, California, Kelvin Yu majored in the theater, film, and television at the Goldsmiths College, the University of California. Right from the tender age of 13, Yu pursued studying drama to fulfill his dream of making it big, as an actor. In 1998, he debuted as Freddy Gong on the television series Popular produced by the WB. Consequently, Yu featured in Bob's Burgers, Silent Killer and Felicity. Later on, Kelvin appeared in brief roles in television serials such as “The Tick,” “Fraiser,” "Men Women & Dogs," “Emerald,” “Danny,” “Las Vegas,” “Judging Amy,” “Women's Murder Club,” “Burn Notice,” “Hawaii Five-O,” “Common Law,” “CSI: Miami,” and Bones.

Yu started his movie career with the comedy flick "The Utopian Society" in 2003, and later on featured in Elizabethtown and Grandma's Boy. In the year 2008, Yu was cast in "Milk,” the political biography starring Sean Penn. The following years saw Kelvin in movies such as Star Trek and Cloverfield. "My Prince, My Angel,” Fortune Hunters, Awakening of Abigail Harris, and The Tip, constitute the short films that Yu has done.

Ken Jeong

Known for his portrayal of Leslie Chow in The Hangover franchise and Ben Chang in the NBC networks produced "The Community," Ken Jeong is an American actor and comedian. Jeong is also a licensed physician by profession. Kendrick Kang-Joh Jeong, as he was originally named, was born to Young and Don-Keung Jeong, who were immigrants from South Korea. Ken pursued his education at the Walter Hines Page High School in Greensboro, North Carolina. He was an active member of the student’s council who participated in the school's High IQ team. Ken also played violin in the school orchestra, and consequently was presented with the Greensboro Youth of the Year, for his achievements. Jeong's father was initially reluctant to let him pursue acting as a career, and put him through medical school at the Duke University, followed by the University of North Carolina for an advanced degree. Jeong practiced internal medicine at the Ochsner Medical Centre, New Orleans, and also performed stand-up gigs at the Improv and Laugh Factory. Jeong was declared the winner of "Big Easy Laff-Off," and was encouraged to pursue acting by relocating to Los Angeles. Ken's prior experience in comedy led him to his television debut in The View, produced by NBC networks. Following which he appeared in series such as Curb Your Enthusiasm, Entourage, "The Office," and Boston Legal. eong has also featured in brief roles in Two And a Half Men, MADtv, Girls Behaving Badly, The Shield, and American Dad, among many others. In the year 2007, Jeong made his big-screen debut in Judd Apatow's comedy-flick Knocked Up, which also starred Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl. The film catapulted Jeong's movie career landing him roles in Pineapple Express, Role Models, All about Steve, Sell Hard, Couples Retreat, The Hangover franchise, and Transformers: Dark of the Moon. "Mr. Chow" as he is known in the comedy flicks Hangover I, II and III, established his Hollywood career as a comedian and was also nominated for two MTV Movie Awards and a Teen Choice Award. Jeong was presented with another Teen Choice Award in the category of "Male Breakout Star" for his portrayal of Señor Ben Chang in the NBC-produced "The Community." Besides, Ken has co-starred in various commercials such as for Adidas, where he featured as "Slim Chin" alongside NBA star players Derrick Rose & Dwight Howard. The 2011 Billboard Music Awards saw Ken Jeong as the host. The following years, Jeong was cast in movies such as "Pain & Gain," The Duff, Advantageous, Rapture-Palooza, and provided voice-overs for Despicable Me, Turbo, Penguins of Madagascar, and Despicable Me 2. Ken Jeong tied the knot with the Vietnamese-American doctor, Tran Ho, with whom he has twin daughters Alexa and Zooey.

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