Grace Lynn Kung

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Grace Lynn Kung (born Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 1987) is a Canadian actress. Kung is currently starring in InSecurity[1] as Jojo Kwan, for which she received a Gemini Award nomination.[2]

Kung graduated from The Ottawa School of Speech and Drama and holds two certificates of distinction from Trinity College London in the UK, where she now studies. Her television roles include Being Erica, House Party,[3] The Border and Billable Hours. On stage she has performed with prestigious theater companies such as Soulpepper Theatre Company as Janet in the award winning Kim's Convenience, Zoe/The Girl in La Ronde (play), at Canadian Stage Company with Judith Thompson on her new works and Yukonstyle as Yuko, as well as portraying writer and historian Iris Chang in the international debut of A Nanking Winter by Marjorie Chan at the Toronto Nightwood Theatre, a women-only theatre.

Her voice can currently be heard on several animated series and video games.[4] [5][6]





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