Soojeong Son (Asian Girl) From Kaleidoscope: Learn More About the Liz Kim Cast!

Bikram Karki

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Soojeong Son (Asian Girl) From Kaleidoscope: Learn More About the Liz Kim Cast!

Soojeong Son, one of the cast members of Netflix’s Kaleidoscope, plays the role of Liz Kim in the series. The Asian girl is the younger sister of Hannah who is a free-spirited aspirational DJ/immersive dance captain.

With an innovative new TV idea that lets fans determine the episode sequence, Kaleidoscope premiered on Netflix in the new year. Every viewing experience will be slightly different since the crime thriller series uses episode colors rather than episode numbers and lets viewers select where they start and end. The series follows a group of criminals over the course of 25 years as they carry out a plan to break into a vault in order to receive one of the largest payouts in history.

Giancarlo Esposito, Paz Vega, Rosaline Elbay, Jai Courtney, Jordan Mendoza, and Peter Mark Kendall are among the thieves featured in the series, which also delves deeply into the lives of the corporate security team (Rufus Sewell, Tati Gabrielle, Soojeong Son, and Hemky Madera), the agents on the case (Niousha Noor and Bubba Weiler), and the crew of thieves from 24 years prior to the heist to six months month after.

Of course, the cast of the show includes a number of well-known actors who are making headlines since the release of the show. One of the cast members who has been in the spotlight is Soojeong Son, who plays the role of Liz Kim. You’ve come to the right place if you wish to learn more about the actress.

You might also be interested to know about RJ Acosta and Jordan Mendoza’s ethnicity.

Soojeong Son From Kaleidoscope: The Asian Girl Plays the Role of Liz Kim in the Netflix Series!

Although Soojeong Son‘s (@sjsonmyson) exact birthdate is unclear, she is believed to be between the ages of 26 and 29, according to a number of sites. The Kaleidoscope star trained and began working as an actor and improviser at different theatres, including Stella Adler Studio, T. Schreiber, The PIT, and The Annoyance Theater.

The Liz Kim actress graduated with a B.S. (Bachelor of Science) in Public Policy from Cornell University. Her home city of Brooklyn, New York, is where she was born and raised. She has also excelled as a freelance writer and director. You may watch her perform on Amazon in a short movie titled Soojung Dreams of Fiji. The movie took up the top prize at the 2018 Asian American International Film Festival, the Audience Award for a short film.

After appearing as a guest on TBSSearch Party, the Asian girl was seen filming the roles for the M. Night Shyamalan series Servant for Apple TV+ and the A24 film False Positive the following year. Soojeong also does stand-up comedy. Using this talent, she co-created the sketch comedy series Ur Asian Friend alongside UCB and Nerdist.

Additionally, Soojeong Son has showcased some stand-up comedy routines or instincts in the web series hits Quiet Tiny Asian and Drive-by Street Harassment. She describes herself as a comedian and performs her work in several theaters in New York. She has, however, been highlighted by NBC Asian America as an artist.

In addition, Soojeong produced the short act Ghost, which was a part of the Just For Laughs Festival Official Selection. She co-hosted a comedy podcast called Emotional Sl*t and appeared in it as well.

Talking about her character in the Netflix series, Liz, Hannah’s younger sister, is a free-spirited aspirational DJ/immersive dance captain. She makes Hannah happy, yet her carefree outlook clashes with Hannah’s intense work ethic. If they want to succeed, they’ll have to band together and figure out a way to support one another.

Facts: Giancarlo Esposito Chose His Character’s Costume!

Giancarlo Esposito‘s wardrobe is crucial to his acting. He has mentioned in interviews how Gus Fring‘s meticulously styled tie and polished shoes in Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad helped him get into that role. Esposito chose the opposing path for the role of Leo Pap. He explained,

I wanted this guy to be an everyman. An everyman shops at Kohl’s, not at Saks. An everyman shops at Woolworth’s. I’m taking you back, dating myself, but we don’t shop at Neiman Marcus.

An everyman is more than simply a guy with cheap clothing. Leo dressed affordably with a goal in mind. He added,

This guy was always a guy who could blend. Now either you choose to blend, or you have to blend because you don’t have the money to stand out. So it was really a great boon to me to be able to do a film where, when I finished with it, I don’t want any of the clothes. You take them rags, baby. That was good. That means I was in the pocket.

Before leaving, find out who actually took the bonds.

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