From Kevin Ritchie of Now Toronto:
Link: Canadian TV talents to watch in 2017
British Columbia native Andrea Bang is up for a Canadian Screen Award for her role as the daughter on CBC sitcom Kim’s Convenience. The series, based on Ins Choi’s play of the same name, is about a Korean-Canadian family who run a convenience store. The show marks her first TV role after producing and starring in a series of web shorts, and it’s no surprise she’s been singled out by the CSAs: as the Canadian-raised Janet, Bang often is at the crux of the show’s cross-generational culture clash (and thus, the source of its comedy), requiring her to deftly move between outwardly screwball scenarios and scenes that reveal her character’s unspoken inner life. Continue reading.
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