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Peter Kim

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Peter Kim is an actor, producer and activist in New York City.  He recently starred in “Wild Goose Dreams” at The Public Theater and has also appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway and regionally.  Film/TV credits include Saturday Church (2017 Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award), The English Teacher, Margin Call, Sex and the City, Hackers, “After Forever” (Amazon), “Chicago Med”, “Louie”, “Mercy”, “Ugly Betty”, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, “The Return Of Jezebel James”.  As Associate Producer of NAATCO (National Asian American Theatre Company), the company has received two OBIE awards, a Drama League Award nomination and a NYT’s Critic’s Pick for their productions.  He is a Steering Committee member of AAPAC (Asian American Performers Action Coalition), an organization that collects and releases annual statistics on the ethnic representation of Broadway and Off-Broadway casts.  He is also a Lecturer in Theater at Princeton University and the co-creator of the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway comedy, “SIDES: The Fear is Real...”.  He holds an MFA in Acting from the Yale School of Drama, a BFA from New York University and is the recipient of the Lilah Kan Red Socks Award.


“Meet the Leaders Who Are Already Reshaping the Field” — Peter Kim named among the fifth cohort of Theatre Communication Group’s Rising Leaders of Color | American Theatre, July 2020

Interview: “The 40-Year-Old Version- Actor Peter Kim” | Asian American Film, January 14, 2021

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