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Eugene Kim voiced Kwan Kim in 24: The Game.

Biography Edit

Eugene Kim was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, where he was exposed to live theater at a very young age. Eugene then moved to Los Angeles to study Child Psychology at Pepperdine University. In his last year at Pepperdine, he enrolled in the Groundlings Improv School where he decided to pursue a career in entertainment.

Since then, Kim has worked on a number of independent films including The Helix... Loaded, I Remember You (with Burl Moseley), and Sake-Bomb. He has also appeared on TV shows like Major Crimes (with Raymond Cruz and Jonathan Del Arco), Adam Ruins Everything, Game Shakers, Grandfathered, and Project 420.

In his free time, Eugene is involved with stand-up, improv and sketch comedy. He has performed at many popular venues including The Comedy Store, Flappers, and various locations of The Improv around the country. He is also a voice actor that has lent his voice to various video games.

Eugene currently resides in Los Angeles and is represented by Evolution Entertainment.

Selected filmography Edit

  • Car Dogs (2016)
  • I Remember You (2015)
  • Sake-Bomb (2013)
  • Video Space (2009)
  • The Helix... Loaded (2005)

Television appearances

  • Adam Ruins Everything (2016)
  • Major Crimes (2016)
  • Dice (2016)
  • Grandfathered (2016)
  • Game Shakers (2015)
  • Project 420 (2010)
  • Rules of the League (2009)

Video game appearances

  • World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria (2012)
  • Sleeping Dogs (2012)
  • Army of Two: The 40th Day (2010)

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