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Kiki Yeung is a versatile and multi-talented artist who works in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, San Diego and Seattle. Kiki wrote and produced original plays at the University of Washington's Ethnic Cultural Theater and the historic Pike Place Market Theater in Seattle. She was invited to present her award winning one woman show "Second Chances For Grace" at the San Diego Lunar New Year Tet Festival at Qualcomm Stadium, Metropolitan Correctional Center, San Diego Chinese Historical Museum, San Diego International Fringe Festival, New Americans Museum, Asian Cultural Festival, a benefit performance for Pacific Arts Movement Founder's Fund at the Comedy Palace, was selected to be produced at the Santa Monica Playhouse Benefit Series in 2017, and recently produced by Pan Asian Repertory Theater’s Nu Works Festival in New York.
Kiki earned a B.A. in Drama at the University of Washington, then studied Shakespeare at the Mira Costa's Actors Academy. She was awarded the diversity scholarship at Freehold Studio Theatre where she completed the Ensemble Training Intensive Professional Certificate. Kiki was a contributor and video blog host for the International Examiner. In Seattle, Kiki performed with Unexpected Productions, the Pork Filled Players, Freehold Studio's Engaged Theatre, Wing Luke Museum's Bridges Project and many more. In San Diego she worked with Asian Story Theater and was co-host & segment producer for Asian Voices on COX, Time Warner Cable and tvK2.
Born in Hong Kong, Kiki’s family immigrated to Seattle, Washington when she was 12. At 15, she was diagnosed with two auto-immune diseases resulting her battle with severe depression and an eating disorder. She also survived both her parents’ cancer which led Kiki to heal herself with a holistic approach. Through her one woman show, she shares her message of empowerment and never giving up on your dreams by transforming into over a dozen characters live onstage. The San Diego Reader calls it “A Moving & Joyous Portrait!” Kiki also spreads her inspirational message through her “An Asian Chick's Guide to Loving Yourself in 365 Days!” blog and Youtube series. Speaking topics include: How to Build Your One Person Show, How to Heal Yourself, Addiction, Faith & God, Diversity in Media, Asian American Representation, Balancing Motherhood & Your Career Dreams, Discovering your Identity & Voice through Stand Up Comedy and Acting, Love Yourself Revolution.
As a stand up comedian, Kiki has performed at Ice House Comedy Club, Flappers Comedy Club, Tao Comedy Studio, The Comedy Store, The Three Clubs and more. She is the producer for the sold out show “Crazy Woke Asians” featuring some of the funniest Asian American comedians in SoCal. For upcoming shows, follow Kiki on Instagram!
A producer for Titan Sky Entertainment, their feature film, Star Leaf is now available on iTunes. Kiki worked in Hong Kong and London with Thai action star Tony Jaa (Ong Bak, Furious 7), acclaimed directors Wilson Yip (Ip Man), Matt Chow (Gold Chicken), Soi Cheang (The Monkey King), Adrian Kwan (Little Big Master), actress Miriam Yeung and actor Louis Koo. She is the founder of the SoCal Asian Artists Ensemble, an organization on a mission to create opportunities for Asian Artists residing in Southern California, channels to express their creativity and stories through theater, new media, TV and film.
Kiki has appeared in commercials, industrials, voiceover and print for Super Supplement, Edison Utility, Bank of America, Nintendo, Valley View Casino, Cymer, Intel, Microsoft and the California Grape Commission among others. Kiki hosted the 2016 & 2017 La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival and Lunar New Year Tet Festival at the Qualcomm Stadium. She produced, co-directed and acted in the short films "Fung Family Feast" for HBO's Visionaries Contest and “Sweet and Sour Chicks” for NBC Universal Short Fest. She is fluent in Cantonese.