Meet the talent!
ADAM KANG WINCE
Adam Kang was born in Houston, Texas. He grew up in the suburbs in Kingwood, where he would spend his days watching television and going to the movies at the local theater. Fascinated by art imitating life, he started attending acting summer camps in Los Angeles throughout his high school years, as well as starring in his high school productions. After graduating from high school he drove out to LA to pursue his dream of being in and making films. After searching for the right team, Adam signed with a manager and quickly began making fans in the casting community. He booked his first on screen role on Nickelodeon's, iCarly opposite Miranda Cosgrove, Jeanette McCurdy and Nathan Kress. Shortly after, he landed a role in the pilot episode of the Fosters opposite Maia Mitchell. Upon deciding to take a possible break from acting and pursue other fields in the entertainment industry, Adam was offered the recurring role on Season 5 of Showtime's House of Lies, opposite Don Cheadle, Kristin Bell, Ben Schwartz and Josh Lawson. This immediately put him back in the game. Shortly after his character wrapped on House of Lies, he was called back to reprise his role of Aiden on the Fosters. When not working on set, Adam is busy writing and directing his own projects.
GRACE SHEN ANN
Grace Shen was born in Hong Kong, raised in Vancouver, British Columbia and now makes Los Angeles her home. Grace started her acting career in theatre. Most recently, Grace played Suyuan Woo and Mother of An Mei in the National Touring Company of The Joy Luck Club. Grace’s favorite theatre roles include Lainie Wells in Two Rooms, Fifi in The Big Funk, Leann in A Piece of My Heart and Liat in South Pacific. She also enjoyed being in Miss Saigon and The King and I. Grace’s current projects include the short film Scandal For Two, a regular in the series Leilani, the independent film The Black Forest and a sitcom pilot. Some of her film and TV credits include: Grey’s Anatomy, The Young and The Restless, The Disappointment Tour, Trials and Tribulations, The Curse of the Sapphire Pendant and One Foot in the Grave.
KENNY VIBERT FRANKLIN
Kenny Vibert has starred in national television commercials for McDonald's, Toyota and Wendy’s, among others. A genuine, neighborly young actor, he continues to train various disciplines in Los Angeles. You can see him as Lance Williams in MR. STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT exclusively on go90. He recently wrapped principal photography on a dramatic feature film called, UNABRIDGED.
Hailing from New England's City of Champions and raised in the Silver City, Kenny is a first-generation Haitian-American. He enjoys dancing, working out, unlock achievements from his bucket list, and traveling with his friends.
DANIEL RASHID DAN
Daniel Rashid is an actor and a writer originally from Chicago. He is a recent graduate of the USC School of Dramatic Arts and is now pursuing acting in Los Angeles. He is most known for his leading role in the short film TOMORROW, which has played at over 50 film festivals, garnering four awards along the way. Daniel is represented by Endorse Management and HRI Talent.
ARMEN BABASOLOUKIAN MR. G
Armen Babasoloukian is a classically trained actor, model, comedian and host. His deep complexion and rugged good looks have served both him and his career well, as has his sense of humor. He has been trained at The Second City and UCLA's School of Theatre, Film, and Television. Current training includes work at the Strasberg Institute and Studio C in West Hollywood.
Armen has been featured in "CraigsLove", "Another Time", "The Portal", and "Karmatic". On television he was seen in the pilot "Double-blind", under the direction of Rod Holcomb. Most recently he won the Best Actor award at the Sierra Canyon Film Festival for the biopic "Sabre Dance", about the controversial relationship between Salvador Dali and the Soviet composer Aram Khachaturian.
Armen is continuing to seek out new and interesting adventures in Hollywood as his career climbs. He enjoys playing parts that have difficult layers and flawed individuals as he is able to showcase his talents more directly. The roles of antagonists have always held the most allure for him. The feeling of being in control of emotions to the point where the viewer never quite knows what to expect from you is one Armen takes great pleasure in. In his limited spare time Armen enjoys volunteering at the American Legion and his favorite youth nonprofit organization, TheaterFunk.
Armen is the epitome of a good guy looking to play bad - and with the heart he puts into every performance he will do this and so much more!