I love Canadian television and you I love to see more Asian faces. The current CBC comedy “WORKIN’ MOMS” season 1 has a few familiar Asian faces. I am not a big fan of comedy. I love GB police drama like “Happy Valley”, lawyer story such as “Suit”, and very American “Stranger Things”. They are all my favorites. Comedy never my thing. The last movie I remembered laughed my guts out was the original “Naked Gun”.
Why I watch “WORKIN’ MOMS”? I am just curious. The other thing is that I want to see how much talent Catherine Reitman has. Both writer and actor, it is hard. After watching two episode, I am not quitting yet. One thing interest me the most is to see how well the Asian decent actors play.
Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Jessalyn Wanlim pursued dance at the National Ballet School of Canada and furthered her artistic endeavours at The Juilliard School. While in New York, she began booking roles on popular shows such as Gossip Girl and All My Children, and eventually moved to Los Angeles where her television and film credits grew to include The Closer, Modern Family, Bad Teacher, Matador, CSI:NY, Bones, Scoundrels, Alex Cross opposite Tyler Perry, and In My Dreams opposite Katharine McPhee, among others. In 2016 Wanlim played Evie Cho in a season-long arc on BBC America’s hit drama Orphan Black opposite Tatiana Maslany.
Quoted from IMDB
“There is nothing that Angelica Alejandro can’t do”
This Toronto actress footprint is everywhere. Actor/Host/Spokesperson/Reporter/Producer including a skin care expert. From Stage 32
“She is recognized in Barcelona, India, Amsterdam, Nice and Cannes just to highlight”