Randall Park is fast becoming one of the freshest and most in-demand faces in Hollywood with his extraordinarily diverse skill set and wide-ranging background in both film and television. As both an actor and a writer, Randall continues to make great strides in helping to change the landscape of the industry into one that is more inclusive and reflective of the real world.
Park can currently be seen in the third season of the hit ABC comedy series Fresh Off The Boat as Louis Huang, the patriarch of a Taiwanese family adjusting to a new life in Orlando after moving from Washington D.C. in the 1990s. Based on the memoir of chef and restaurateur Eddie Huang, the half-hour, single-camera comedy is the first network television show to focus on an Asian American family in over 20 years. His work in the series earned him a 2016 Critics Choice nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy Series. He also recurs as Minnesota Governor Danny Chung in the critically acclaimed HBO series Veep.
On the big screen, Park will appear in 20th Century Fox’s Snatched starring Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn, as well as in The Disaster Artist with James Franco. He recently appeared in Paramount Picture’s Office Christmas Party along with Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston and Kate McKinnon. He also shared the big screen with Amy Schumer, Tilda Swinton, and Bill Hader in Universal’s Trainwreck, directed by Judd Apatow.
Park’s previous film credits include: The Interview, the controversial film in which he starred as “Kim Jong- un” alongside Seth Rogen and James Franco; the box-office hit Neighbors, alongside Seth Rogen and Zac Efron; Sex Tape, opposite Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel; They Came Together; The Five-Year Engagement; Dinner for Schmucks; Larry Crowne; The Hollars; and Everything Before Us.
Park’s other TV credits include: Love; The Office; New Girl; Curb Your Enthusiasm; Idiotsitter; House; The Mindy Project; Wet Hot American Summer: first Day of Camp; CSI; Reno 911!; Wild N Out; and The Sarah Silverman Program.
Park won a ‘Best Actor Award’ at the 2010 NBC’s Short Cuts Film Festival for the short Blueberry, which he also wrote. He is also the recipient of the 2011 CAPE ‘New Writers Award’ for an original pilot he wrote entitled Erasists. He is also the proud recipient of the 2016 UCLA Edward A. Dickson Alumnus of the Year Award.
Randall is proud to be born and raised in Los Angeles. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.