Raymond K. Wong
|Raymond Kin Wong|
Raymond K. Wong
|Occupation||Writer and novelist|
|Literary movement||The Pacific Between|
|Raymond K. Wong|
Raymond K. Wong began his career as an Information Technology Consultant. He later became a Screen Actors Guild actor and has worked with Peter Falk, Julianne Moore, Sarah Jessica Parker, directors Rob Marshall and Peter Yates in features and TV series such as Oscar-nominated Roommates and Emmy-winning series Sex and the City.
As a writer, he is the author of the novel, The Pacific Between, which won a 2006 IPPY Book Award (Multicultural Adult Fiction). Other publications include the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Writers Post Journal, the Deepening, Stories of Strength, and his film column has appeared in Actors Ink, Talk Entertainment, Cleveland.com, Boston.com, and Cincinnati.com.
Ray, a Chinese American, was born as Raymond Kin Wong. He grew up in Hong Kong, and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with honor. Later, he studied Creative Writing at UCLA. He became interested in acting and writing in college.
- The Pacific Between (2006) – Novel
- Better Safe Than Sorry (2007) – Short Story
- The Watch (2004) – Essay
- The Coins (2006) – Short Story
- Stories of Strength – Essay
- Ray's Rave Reviews (2003–present) – Movie Reviews
- I, the Author – Writer's Blog
- IPPY (Independent Publisher Book Award) (Multicultural Adult Fiction) – 2006
- South Pacific – Henry
- The Pirates of Penzance – Featured pirate
- Triumph of Love – Dimas
- The King and I – Lun Tha