From Aisling Murphy of the Toronto Star:
Link: He’s a dad, a TV star and a sneakerhead: Andrew Phung of ‘Run the Burbs’
It’s easy to draw a road map of Andrew Phung’s adult life when sifting through his sneaker collection. From the pair worn during a final audition for “Kim’s Convenience” to those donned at his wedding, they tell a story about the Canadian comedian who went on to become the face of CBC, first as sidekick Kimchee on the celebrated comedy “Kim’s Convenience” and now as suburban dad Andrew on “Run the Burbs.” Continue reading.
From Elisabetta Bianchini of Yahoo News:
Link: ‘Run the Burbs’ with Andrew Phung, Rakhee Morzaria is so engaging, fans keep pitching their own ideas
“It’s a season focused on family, so for me it was … seeing the ups and downs of family, seeing kids turning 17 and 13, finding their independence, seeing a family dealing with, how do we spend time with each other? How do we find the work-life balance? Having Camille’s dad move into her house, so having multiple generations in a house.” Continue reading.
From Eric Volmers of the Calgary Herald:
Link: Andrew Phung’s very Canadian family sitcom finding audience south of the border
When the American show Access Hollywood recently ran a trailer for the Canadian family sitcom Run the Burbs host Mario Lopez showed enthusiasm for the show even if he was a bit confused geographically. Continue reading.
From Max Goldbart of Deadline: