Ken Leung is an American actor who was born on January 21, 1970 in NYC. His family later moved to Brooklyn and eventually went to New Jersey where he finished high school. For college, he attended NYU as a University Scholar and studied drama with Nan Smithner and Catherine...Read more Russell. Leung later acted with Anne Jackson at HB studio for a short period of time. The actor’s talent first showed at Manhattan's downtown theater community in the 1990s. He flourished in non-traditional productions such as Terrence McNally’s “Corpus Christi” and Jeff Weiss' “Hot Keys”. His role in “Thoroughly Modern Millie” was his Broadway debut. Ken has appeared in many works, the most recognizable one being “Inhumans” and “The Night Shift”.