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.