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Randall Park is an actor, writer, comedian, filmmaker and occasional public radio commentator. As an actor, he's made numerous guest appearances on television shows such as House, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Reno 911!, and CSI. Randall was also a regular on the hit MTV improvisation series Nick Cannon presents Wild N' Out. He can currently be seen in the Nickelodeon series Supah Ninjas! In movies, Randall has appeared in Dinner For Schmucks, Tom Hanks' Larry Crowne, and he will be seen in the upcoming film Five-Year Engagement, directed by Nick Stoller. Randall is also a columnist for KoreAm magazine. He maintains a strong web presence, with shorts and webisodes that display his unique comedic sensibilities. Check out Randall's work at:
When you talk about Hines Ward, you are talking about perhaps the greatest wide receiver in Pittsburgh Steelers' history and certainly the best blocking wide receiver in NFL history. If you have any doubts, let's go over his accomplishments: He owns every receiving record in franchise history, he is a two-time Super Bowl Champion, the MVP of Super Bowl XL, a four-time Pro Bowler, all-time team leader in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns, and he is the only receiver in Steeler history to surpass 1,000 receiving yards in four straight seasons. Hines was also named to the Steelers' 75th Season All-Time Team.
Jennifer Yuh Nelson made her feature film directorial debut with Kung Fu Panda 2, the sequel to the Academy Award-nominated original film from 2008. When the film surpassed $645 million at the worldwide box-office, she became the highest-grossing female director at the global box office. Ms. Nelson has lent her talents to a variety of DreamWorks Animation motion pictures including: 2008's Kung Fu Panda (head of story), 2005's Madagascar (story artist), 2003's Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (head of story) and 2002's Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (story artist). projects and short series. She has worn many hats, serving as director, story artist and character development.
Kang was last seen in the blockbuster hit Fast Five, directed by Justin Lin. Kang previously worked with Lin on the critically acclaimed drama, Better Luck Tomorrow which premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, garnering a Grand Jury Prize nomination, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious, and Finishing the Game: The Search for a New Bruce Lee. He has also starred in Ninja Assassin directed by James McTeigue, Philip G. Atwell's War, Len Wiseman's Live Free or Die Hard, Undoing directed by Chris Chan Lee and Miguel Arteta's produced comedy, The Motel, an official selection at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. His other film credits include supporting roles in Denzel Washington's Antwone Fisher, Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor and the feature short 9:30, which was an official selection at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. Kang will next be seen alongside Sylvester Stallone in the Walter Hill directed action feature Bullet to the Head.
Though Roy Choi is currently known as the godfather of the food truck movement, he is first and foremost a chef. Through his fleet of Kogi trucks and the humble-but-cute rice bowl joint Chego, Chef Roy has created food that reveals a side of Los Angeles that non-immigrants may not have experienced. Korean and Mexican chilies meet, mix and fall in love over double-caramelized short rib. Further west, in Culver City, Roy's restaurant A-Frame continues to mess with the traditions of standard dining culture with its furikake kettle corn, beer can chicken and spit-roasted lamb resting in a cool pool of salsa verde. From classic hotel chef to street cook to ringleader to challenging those barriers between good food and accessible food, Roy Choi reminds us that when it comes to eating a great meal, rules are meant to be broken. And with positive reviews from Bon Appetit, Food and Wine Magazine, James Beard and Jonathan Gold, the critics seem to agree.