Randall Park

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Korean-American actor, writer, and director who's starred in The Interview and in ABC's Fresh Off the Boat

Randall Park on KCRW

Actor Randall Park joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss the relatability of his character Louis Huang on Fresh Off The Boat.

Randall Park: Fresh Off The Boat

Actor Randall Park joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss the relatability of his character Louis Huang on Fresh Off The Boat.

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Actors rarely find themselves at the center of foreign policy dust-ups. But Randall Park can now add it to his resume.

Randall Park on 'The Interview' and 'Fresh Off the Boat'

Actors rarely find themselves at the center of foreign policy dust-ups. But Randall Park can now add it to his resume.

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