Steven Yeun

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Steven Yeun
Steven Yeun 2016.jpg
Yeun in July 2016
Born
Yeun Sang-yeop

(1983-12-21) December 21, 1983 (age 37)
Seoul, South Korea
OccupationActor, producer
Years active2004–present
Spouse(s)
Joana Pak
(m. 2016)
Children2
Korean name
Hangul
Revised RomanizationYeon Sang-yeop
McCune–ReischauerYŏn Sangyŏp

Steven Yeun (/jʌn/; Korean: 연상엽; born Yeun Sang-yeop; December 21, 1983) is an American actor and producer.

Yeun initially rose to prominence for his roles as Glenn Rhee in the television series The Walking Dead (2010–2016) and Ben in the film Burning (2018). The latter earned him critical acclaim and several accolades, including the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor. He has been nominated for two Saturn Awards. He also starred in and executive produced Minari (2020), earning him critical acclaim and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor, becoming the first Asian American actor to receive this honor.[1] He also became the first Asian-American actor to be nominated at the Screen Actors Guild for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role.[2]

Yeun has also appeared in the films I Origins (2014), Okja (2017), Mayhem (2017), and Sorry to Bother You (2018), and he voiced main characters in television series such as Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016–2018), Tales of Arcadia (2016–2021), Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters (2017–2018), Final Space (2018–2021), Tuca & Bertie (2019–present), and Invincible (2021–present).

Early life[edit]

Yeun was born in Seoul on December 21, 1983 to Je and Jun Yeun.[3] His father was an architect in South Korea before moving his family in 1988 to Canada, where they lived in Regina, Saskatchewan.[4] He has a younger brother named Brian.[5] The family later moved to the U.S. and settled in Taylor, Michigan, and then Troy, Michigan, where Yeun lived until he graduated from Troy High School in 2001.[6][7] Growing up, Yeun's family spoke Korean at home. In Regina, he attended Ruth M. Buck Elementary School.[8]

Yeun was raised in a Christian household.[9][10][11][12] His parents, who owned beauty-supply stores in Detroit,[3] began calling him "Steven" after meeting a doctor by that name.[13] He received a bachelor's degree in psychology with a concentration in neuroscience[3] from Kalamazoo College in 2005.[10] At Kalamazoo, he befriended the sister of comedian Jordan Klepper and she took him to see Klepper's improv show, which inspired him to take his first acting class and later follow Klepper to Chicago, where they joined The Second City.[3]

Career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Yeun revealed to his parents that he planned to pursue an improv career in Chicago instead of enrolling in law school or medical school.[10][14] His parents were unhappy with the decision, but supported him nonetheless and gave him two years to pursue acting.[10] He moved to Chicago in 2005, living in the city's Lincoln Square with his brother.[9] Shortly after graduation, he joined Stir Friday Night, a sketch comedy ensemble of Asian-American performers.[10] Other alumni of the group include Danny Pudi from Community. He joined The Second City in Chicago before moving to Los Angeles in October 2009.[10]

The Walking Dead[edit]

Yeun at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con

Yeun's biggest role to date is the starring role of Glenn Rhee on The Walking Dead, an AMC television horror drama based on the comic book series of the same name. The series began in 2010, and it involves a group of characters who fight to survive in a violent apocalyptic world infested with flesh-eating zombies. The Walking Dead became the highest-rated series in cable television history, and seasons three through six of the show garnered the most 18 to 49-year-old viewers of any cable or broadcast television series.[15][16][17] The series has received mostly positive reviews from professional television critics.[18][19] Per Variety, Yeun was "a major part" of the show's success; his character developed "from a plucky young member of the show's central group to a bona fide action hero and sex symbol". Yeun left the show in 2016 after the season 7 premiere.[20]

Films[edit]

In March 2016, Yeun was cast in Joe Lynch's action horror film Mayhem.[21] The film was released in theaters on November 10, 2017.[22] In April 2016, Yeun was cast in Bong Joon-ho's action-adventure film Okja.[23] The film competed for the Palme d'Or in the main competition section at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.[24][25] It was released on Netflix on June 28, 2017.[26] Yeun also provided the voice of Bo in 2017's The Star.

Yeun then co-starred in Boots Riley's dark comedy Sorry to Bother You alongside Lakeith Stanfield, Armie Hammer, and Tessa Thompson,[27] which was released in theaters on July 6, 2018.[28] The film had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2018.[29] The film won The 2019 National Board of Review's Top Ten Independent Films award.[30] It also won Best Screenplay and Best First Feature at the 2019 Independent Spirit Awards.[31]

In late 2018, Yeun played Ben in the South Korean mystery drama film Burning, directed by Lee Chang-dong. The film was first unveiled at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.[32] His performance in the film was acclaimed. Yeun won Best Supporting Actor at the 2018 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards, Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2018, Florida Film Critics Circle Awards 2018, and 2018 National Society of Film Critics Awards.

In 2020, Yeun starred in and served as an executive producer for Lee Isaac Chung's A24 immigrant drama Minari, which also includes Youn Yuh-jung, Han Ye-ri, Alan Kim, Noel Kate Cho, Will Patton and Scott Haze among the cast.[33] The film is about a Korean immigrant family becoming farmers in Arkansas; Yeun included his own immigrant experience in his acting.[34] The film had its world premiere and won two top awards at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2020.[35] Yeun received an Academy Award for Best Actor nomination for Minari. In 2021, he was included in the Time 100, Time's annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world for his appearance in Minari.[36] He next will co-star alongside Jayne Houdyshell, Richard Jenkins and Amy Schumer, in Stephen Karam's award-winning one-act play adaptation The Humans.[37]

Other television work[edit]

Yeun does voice acting in both animated television series and films. Some of these roles include Avatar Wan in the second season of The Legend of Korra, Steve Palchuk in Trollhunters and 3Below, Keith in Voltron: Legendary Defender, Nathan Park/Wingspan in Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters, Little Cato in Final Space, and Speckle in Tuca & Bertie.

It was later revealed that Yeun's role as Steve Palchuk would continue into Wizards, the third series of the Tales of Arcadia trilogy.[38][39] The first season of 3Below was released on Netflix on December 21, 2018, and the second and final season was released on July 12, 2019.

In late 2018, Yeun landed a main role in an episode of Jordan Peele's revival of The Twilight Zone.[40] He currently voices Mark Grayson in the animated superhero series Invincible, adapting Robert Kirkman's comic book series, which released on Amazon Prime in March 2021.[41]

Personal life[edit]

Yeun married photographer Joana Pak on December 3, 2016.[42] They reside in Los Angeles and have two children together.[43][44]

Yeun is an investor in The Bun Shop, his younger brother Brian's Korean-Mediterranean fusion restaurant in the Koreatown area of Los Angeles.[45][46][47] He is a longtime fan of the Detroit Pistons and Detroit Red Wings,[48][49][50] and endorsed Andrew Yang for president in the 2020 U.S. election.[51]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
2009 The Kari Files Chip Greg Grabianski Short film
My Name Is Jerry Chaz Morgan Mead
2010 Carpe Millennium Kevin Eric McCoy Short film
Blowout Sale Customer Timothy Kendall
2014 I Origins Kenny Mike Cahill
2015 Like a French Film Steve Shin Yeon-shick
2017 Okja K Bong Joon-ho
Mayhem Derek Cho Joe Lynch
The Star Bo (voice) Timothy Reckart
2018 Sorry to Bother You Squeeze Boots Riley
Burning Ben Lee Chang-dong
2019 Naysayer Ian David M. Helman Short Film
2020 Minari Jacob Yi Lee Isaac Chung Also executive producer
2021 Space Jam: A New Legacy Warner Bros. Executive Malcolm D. Lee Cameo
Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans Steve Palchuk (voice) Johane Matte
Francisco Ruiz Velasco
Andrew Schmidt
The Humans Richard Stephen Karam Post-production
2022 Nope TBA Jordan Peele Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2010 The Big Bang Theory Sebastian Episode: "The Staircase Implementation"
2010–2016 The Walking Dead Glenn Rhee 66 episodes
2011 Law & Order: LA Ken Hasui Episode: "Hayden Tract"
Warehouse 13 Gibson Rice Episode: "Don't Hate the Player"
2012 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Ricky Meeker Episode: "16 Hop Street"
Harder Than it Looks Steven Episode: "Lockdown"
2013 The Legend of Korra Avatar Wan Voice; 3 episodes
Filthy Preppy Teen$ Martin Pilot
2014 Drunk History Daniel Inouye Episode: "Hawaii"
American Dad! Charles Voice; Episode: "Blagsnarst, a Love Story"
Comedy Bang! Bang! Himself Episode: "Steven Yeun Wears Rolled Up Black Jeans & No Socks"
2016–2018 Voltron: Legendary Defender Keith Voice; 64 episodes
Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia Steve Palchuk Voice; 28 episodes
2017–2018 Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters Nathan Park / Wingspan Voice; 24 episodes
2017 Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Eric Episode: "Disaster Drills"
Robot Chicken Glenn Rhee
Glenn baby
Voice
Episode: "The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who's Walking"
2018–2021 Final Space Little Cato
Additional voices
Voice; 36 episodes
2018 3Below: Tales of Arcadia Steve Palchuk Voice; 19 episodes
2019 Weird City Barsley Episode: "Chonathan & Mulia & Barsley & Phephanie"
The Twilight Zone A. Traveler Episode: "A Traveler" [52]
I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson Jacob Episode: "Has This Ever Happened To You?" [53]
2019–present Tuca & Bertie Speckle Voice; 15 episodes
2020 Wizards: Tales of Arcadia Steve Palchuk Voice; 10 episodes
2021–present Invincible Mark Grayson / Invincible Voice; 8 episodes

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist
2016 "Fire" Park Jin-young (feat. Conan O'Brien & Jimin Park)

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Crysis North Korean soldier 2 Voice
2008 Crysis Warhead Voice
2017 DreamWorks Voltron VR Chronicles Keith Voice

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2011 Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actor on Television The Walking Dead Nominated [54]
2012 Saturn Awards Best Television Ensemble Won [55]
Satellite Awards Best Cast – Television Series Won [56]
2017 BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award Best Vocal Ensemble in a New Television Series Voltron: Legendary Defender Won [57]
BTVA Television Voice Acting Award Nominated
Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Best Actor Mayhem Won [58]
2018 Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Burning Nominated [59]
Boston Society of Film Critics Best Supporting Actor Runner-up
Buil Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [60]
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Nominated [61]
Florida Film Critics Circle Best Supporting Actor Won [62]
Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [63]
Greater Western New York Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Won [64]
IndieWire Critics Poll Best Supporting Actor Won [65]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Won [66]
Seattle Film Critics Society Best Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated [67]
Toronto Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Won [68]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle Best Supporting Actor Nominated [69]
2019 Austin Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Baeksang Arts Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [70]
Chlotrudis Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [71]
Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Supporting Actor Won [72]
International Cinephile Society Best Supporting Actor Runner-up [73]
International Online Cinema Awards Best Supporting Actor Won [74]
National Society of Film Critics Best Supporting Actor Won [75]
Online Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Santa Barbara International Film Festival Virtuoso Award Won
Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [76]
2021 Academy Awards Best Actor Minari Nominated [1]
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated
Chicago Indie Critics Awards Best Actor Nominated
Columbus Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Actor Nominated [77]
Denver Film Festival Excellence in Acting Award Won [78]
DiscussingFilm Critics Awards Best Actor Nominated
Greater Western New York Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society Best Actor Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards Best Male Lead Nominated [79]
Indiana Film Journalists Association Best Actor Nominated
New Mexico Film Critics Best Actor Nominated
Best Ensemble Won
North Carolina Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated
North Texas Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Best Actor Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Actor Nominated
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle Best Actor Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Actor Nominated [80]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Nominated [2]
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
Seattle Film Critics Society Best Actor Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated

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