(L) Jenny Kwan; (C) Kristin Kreuk; (R) Scott McNeil
Jenny Kwan (born 1967)
Jenny Kwan came to Canada from Hong Kong with her family, when she was age nine. After graduating from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology, she worked as a community legal advocate in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
in 1993, Kwan was elected to Vancouver City Council, where she was the sole representative of the civic party, COPE (Coalition of Progressive Electors). In 1996, she was elected to the BC Legislature, and was re-elected in 2005, 2009, and 2013. During this time, Kuan held a number of cabinet posts. In 2015, she was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a candidate for the New Democratic Party. She won re-election in the 2019 federal election,
Kristin Kreuk (born 1982)
Kristin Kreuk was born in Vancouver. Her father is of Dutch descent; her mother of Chinese descent. Kreuk began a long career as an actor while still a teenager, when she was cast in the long running CBC television series, Edgemont. She went on to appear in a leading role in many other television series and mini-series. In 2014 and 2015, Kreuk won a People’s Choice Award for Favourite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress.
Scott McNeil (born 1962)
Born in Australia, Scott McNeil came to Vancouver with his parents when he was 4-years-old. For a number of years, he pursued acting roles in theatre. He came into his own during the 1980s when he turned his attention to voice acting. In this role, McNeil has appeared in a long list of productions, including Japanese animation, Western animation, and video games. In 2007, he estimated that he had provided voices to 8,500 characters.
Posted August 10, 2020
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