Keong Sim

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Keong Sim
Native name 심경
Born Chicago, Illinois, United States
Occupation Actor, teacher
Years active 2003–present
Website
www.keongsim.com

Keong Sim(Korean: 심경) is a Korean American actor. He was best known for being the neurosurgeon Dr. Sung Park in the TNT medical drama Monday Mornings before it was cancelled..

Early life[edit]

Keong Sim is a Korean American from Chicago. Keong earned a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from the University of Chicago.

Career[edit]

Keong is a comedy mentor of Laughter for a Change and has acted in numerous television, film and stage productions. In addition to his skills as an improvisational theater actor and teacher, Keong has worked at The Public Theater in New York, and the Steppenwolf Theater in his hometown, as well as around the globe, in places such as Canada, Cuba, England and the Czech Republic. Keong has worked extensively using improv techniques for corporate training seminars.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film/TV Series Role Notes
2003 Law & Order: Criminal Intent William Suan
2004 Law & Order Delivery man
2005 Rescue Me Photographer
  • "Twat" TV comedy-drama series episode
2009 The Flying Scissors Bruce Wong
Watching TV with the Red Chinese Wa
2010 The Forgotten Robert Chung
Southland Jason
  • "U-Boat" TV crime-drama series episode
Inventing Adam Jonathan 'Johnny' Wang
  • Comedy
The Protector Dr. Jia Tao
  • "Help" TV drama series episode
The Last Airbender Tyro (Earthbending father)
2011 My Freakin' Family Pastor Kim
  • TV comedy series
Glee Michael Chang, Sr.
2013 Monday Mornings Sung Park
2013 Olympus has Fallen Prime Minister Lee Tae-Woo ( Prime Minister Lee Tae-Woo )
  • Film - Action Drama

Theater Work[edit]

Year Play Role Notes
2003 Radiant Baby Tseng Kwong Chi[1]
2007 After the Quake Superfrog/ Narrator[2]
Twelfth Night Sebastian
Anything Goes Luke
A Midsummer Night's Dream Lysander
  • Hangar Theater
  • Director: Kevin Moriarty
Rashomon Wigmaker
Benten Kozo Tonomo/ Fujitsuna

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brantley, Ben (3 March 2003). "THEATER REVIEW; An Artist's Energy, Subdued Only by Death". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Plays & Events - Steppenwolf Theatre Company". Steppenwolf.org. 2013-10-16. Retrieved 2013-10-24. 

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