Years Experience: 11
Kit started out his film career by doing an independent feature film entitled ‘ZEN’ where he played the starring role of Zen, a young samurai warrior who is fighting to save his family’s sacred sword while in the midst of leaning of the trials and tribulation of love. Kit revived his role as Zen in the sequel ‘Count Osaka’. Kit also played the role of Oswald McFarling III, the best friend who helps his friend Robbie in various situations and is a huge Jack Bauer wannabe, in the short film P-Dubbed.
Kit brought to life the role of Charlie, a radical Vietnamese soldier, who ends up blowing up everything, in the film ‘There’s Always a Girl’. Kit played the role of a drug addict in ‘Playing the Tape’, a SAG short, which premiered at the Palm Beach International Film Festival. Kit also played in another short SAG film called ‘Common Thread’ playing the role of the Child of the Future. Kit auditioned for and landed the part of Chinese Boy in the SAG feature film, ‘Reno 911! Miami’, a movie based off of the internationally acclaimed Comedy Centrals hit TV show: Reno 911! Kit also played in an AFTRA Feature Film ‘Pauly Shore’s Natural Born Komics’, where he played a party guest in one of the comedy sketches. During the summer of 2008 Kit played the lead role of Nathan Farris in ‘Unlikely Prophets’, the starring role of Chin Li in the Indie Feature Film ‘The Golden Buddha’ as well as being a featured dancer in B.I Bad Influence's music video ‘I Love My Swag’. Kit is now attending the Boston Conservatory as a freshman BFA Musical Theatre student and has performed as Joe and Si Crowell in the production of ‘Our Town’ directed by Bobbie Steinbach and is a dancer in two original choreography pieces in the Boco MT Choreography Showcase.
The summer of 2009, Kit is playing one of his dream roles: Thuy from Miss Saigon at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Now, as a SAG eligible actor, Kit hopes to further his career a pursue jobs in SAG/AFTRA screen work and Actor’s Equity staged performances.
Education: Visual Arts, BAK Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Fl.
Spoken Languages: English