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About Suzanne Whang

Suzanne Whang is an actor, television host, and stand-up comedian.

As an actor, Suzanne has appeared in numerous television series, including "Nip/Tuck", "The Practice", "NYPD Blue", "Strong Medicine", "Robbery Homicide Division", "Still Standing", "Two & A Half Men", "Las Vegas", "Norm", and "V.I.P." She is currently appearing in the feature film "Constantine" with Keanu Reeves as a mother whose daughter is possessed by demons. Suzanne just booked a feature film called "Traci Townsend" in which she has a scene-stealing role as a wise manicurist, and she also just shot the new Hilary Duff feature film, "Material Girls". She also starred in the short film "Seoul Mates", which won Best Acting Award and Audience Award at the Los Angeles 48 Hour Film Festival.

As a host, she is currently in her fifth season of hosting "House Hunters", the #1 rated show on HGTV. Previous hosting experience includes "Bloopers" with Dick Clark on NBC, "FOX After Breakfast" with Tom Bergeron on FOX, "New... Read More »
Suzanne Whang is an actor, television host, and stand-up comedian.

As an actor, Suzanne has appeared in numerous television series, including "Nip/Tuck", "The Practice", "NYPD Blue", "Strong Medicine", "Robbery Homicide Division", "Still Standing", "Two & A Half Men", "Las Vegas", "Norm", and "V.I.P." She is currently appearing in the feature film "Constantine" with Keanu Reeves as a mother whose daughter is possessed by demons. Suzanne just booked a feature film called "Traci Townsend" in which she has a scene-stealing role as a wise manicurist, and she also just shot the new Hilary Duff feature film, "Material Girls". She also starred in the short film "Seoul Mates", which won Best Acting Award and Audience Award at the Los Angeles 48 Hour Film Festival.

As a host, she is currently in her fifth season of hosting "House Hunters", the #1 rated show on HGTV. Previous hosting experience includes "Bloopers" with Dick Clark on NBC, "FOX After Breakfast" with Tom Bergeron on FOX, "New Attitudes" on Lifetime Television, and "Breakfast Time", "The Pet Department" & "Personal fX" on the fX network. Suzanne was also a red carpet host for "An Evening at the Academy Awards", and she emceed the Korean Concert Society Anniversary Gala at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. She also recently emceed a Lupus Gala Charity Benefit and Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Benefit.

As a stand-up comedian, Suzanne just won the Andy Kaufman Award at the first annual New York Comedy Festival, and she also won "Best Up & Coming Comedian" at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, playing her controversial alter ego, Sung Hee Park. She will be appearing on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" this fall. Suzanne has been the featured act for one-week stints at the Improv in Las Vegas, and is about to perform at the Improv in Lake Tahoe. She has performed in Los Angeles at The Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, The Improv, The Ice House, The Friars Club, Haha Café, House of Blues, and the Comedy Union, and she has also performed in Seattle and San Francisco. Her slogan for her comedy act is: "Don't judge a gook by her cover."

She is currently writing her first book, pitching her first sitcom treatment, and doing public speaking gigs across the country.

Suzanne has a B.A. in Psychology from Yale University and an M.S. in Cognitive Psychology from Brown University.

For more information visit: www.suzannewhang.com and www.sungheepark.com