Spotlight: SIU-SEE HUNG


SIU-SEE HUNG by Louise Boase
Photo: Louise Boase
187 Drury Lane, London WC2B 5QD
Phone: 020-7404 8794 / 020-7404 8793
Fax: 020-7430 1869
49 Greek Street, London W1D 4EG
Phone: 020 7952 4361
Mobile: 07739 902784
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
Height:5'1" (154cm)
Weight:8st. (51kg)
Playing Age:16 - 30 years
Appearance:Chinese, East Asian, Native American
Eye Colour:Black
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Long
Voice Quality:Bright
Voice Character:Enthusiastic

About me:

Currently in rehearsals to play Amanda next to Timothee Chalame and Eileen Atkins in 4000 Miles at the Old Vic (Postponed)

Stage, Mitty, Sometimes Thinking, Frantic Assembly, Scott Graham and Simon Pittman
Television, Round Faced Sister, Cursed, Netflix, Daniel Nettheim
Rehearsed Reading, Dot dot, New and Now: Plays from China, Royal Court, Sam Pritchard and Jude Christian
Stage, Kim, Ghost Girl // Gwei Mui, Camden People's Theatre, Jennifer Tang
Stage, Helen, Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok, Royal Exchange Theatre, Jennifer Tang
Rehearsed Reading, Hana, The Great Wave, National Theatre, Indhu Rubasingham
Web Series, Deborah, Jade Dragon, Jackdaw Produtions, Joseph Brett
Stage, Ba, O Deptford, Albany Theatre, Thanh Le Dang
Stage, Beatrice, Much Ado About Nothing, Polka Theatre, Henry Everett
Stage, Xiao Qian/ Prosecutor Li, Chinglish, Park Theatre, Andrew Keates
Web Series, Mulitple roles Series Regular, SketchPack, Wolfpack Productions, Jay Oliver Yip
Stage, Juliet, Hermia, LSO Discovery: Play on Shakespeare, The Barbican Theatre, Aileen Gonsalves
Stage, Sam, a colder water than here, Vaults Festival, Lily McLiesh
Stage, Tylo, The Blue Bird, Wimbledon Studio/Albany/Putney Arts Theatre, Anna Marsland
Feature Film, Waitress, Receptionist, Dark Horse Productions, Jenny Wu
Stage, Wong Jingwie, DiaoChan - The Rise of the Concubine, Arts Theatre/ Red Dragonfly Productions, Ross Ericsson
Stage, Young-mi, The H-Word, RIFT/New Diorama, Emma Baggott
Stage, Gayane, I Wish To Die Singing, Finborough Theatre, Tommo Fowler
Feature Film, Lien, Adult Content (Feature), Long Weekend Productions, Dan Hedley
Stage, Lilac, A First Class Death, Vaults Festival, Jo Turner
Stage, Lead, A Dream From A Bombshell, Trikhon Theatre & The Albany, Anna Nguyen
Stage, Ming, Velocity, Finborough Theatre, Blythe Stewart
Film, Selina, The Fighting Room, Cork Film Productions, Niall Johnson
Stage, Wendy, ObamAmerica, Theatre 503, Lydia Parker
Stage, Ba Banh It, Granny Dumpling, Ba Banh It, Yellow Earth and Albany, Thanh LeDang
Stage, May, Theef, Yellow Earth Theatre, Thanh Le Dang
Stage, Rebecca, Our Town, The Kings Head, Tim Sullivan
Voice Over, Payce, Chuggington, Toon Disney, Lorelei King
Rehearsed Reading, Beth, No Bird, Arcola Theatre, Andrew Keates
Rehearsed Reading, Angela Chan, Stigma, Criterion Theatre, Ng Choon Ping


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-Southern States, American-Standard*, Canadian, Chinese, London, RP, Thai, Vietnamese, Yorkshire*
(* = Native/Fluent)
Cantonese, Chinese, English*, Mandarin
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballet*, Ballroom Dancing*, Cabaret Dancing, Chinese Dance*, Choreography, Contemporary Dance*, Jazz Dancing*, Jive*, Lindy Hop*, Line Dancing, Pointe, Rumba*, Salsa Dancing*, Samba*, Tap, Waltz*
Performance:Actor-Singer, Audio Drama, Children's Theatre, Comedy, Dancer-Professional, Musical Comedy, Musical Theatre, Outdoor Performances, Physical Theatre, Role Play, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Archery, Badminton, Basketball, Climbing, Cycling, Football, Ice Skating, Running, Swimming, Yoga
Other Skills:Dance Teacher, Director, Improvisation, Painting, Photographic Model, Plate Spinning, Story Telling, Translator, Writer


Arts Educational Schools London, MA Acting

London Studio Centre, BA Hons Theatre Dance

Attended Canadian International School where she refined her Canadian/American accent

Excellent performances from Siu-See Hung as the brattish Rebecca Gibbs. - Official Theatre

Siu-see Hung does a brilliant job as Joy Lo's mother - The Scotsman

Hung gets to show off the most range as both the wide-eyed Mei Li and also as the nagging matriarch. The former is sweetness and light, the latter strikes each cord so exactly that knowing laughs titter around the space in all the right places. - Fringe Review

"Siu-see Hung and Windson Liong playing translaters whose poor grasp of English has the audience laughing throughout." - Stage Review

"Siu-See Hung, smilingly deadpan and very funny" - Theatre Cat