Billy Ung

Vitals

Gender
Male
Age Range
16 - 21
Height
173cm
Base Location
Melbourne
Available In
Adelaide, Auckland, Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane, Christchurch, Dunedin, International, Melbourne, Northern Territory, Perth, Sydney, Tasmania, Wellington
Skills
Actor, Commercial Talent, Dancer
Hair
Black
Eye
Brown

Agent

Acting Agent
Triple Talent Management
Phone

Feature Photo
Billy Ung
Feature Clip

Credits

2019
Feature Film
Young Henry
The Legend of Burnout Barry
LATENITE FILMS
Isaac Elliott
2018
Short Film
Tom
Don't let bad sound ruin your experience
Milkshake
Timmy Knowles
2018
Short Film
Extra
Gallery
Adrian Di Saelle
2012
Theatre
Baby Face
Bugsy Malone
Lighthouse Christian College
Chris Ellis
2012
Theatre
Chinese Laundry Guy
Bugsy Malone
Lighthouse Christian College
Chris Ellis
2012
Theatre
Down and Outs
Bugsy Malone
Lighthouse Christian College
Chris Ellis

Training

2019 - Pres
Howard Fine Studio
Open Access Scene Study Class 1
Phill Evans
2019 - 2019
Howard Fine Acting Studio
Open Access Scene Study Class 2
Phill Evans
2019 - 2019
Brave Studios
US Accent Course Level 1: Technique
Teacher - Tyler Coppin
2018 - 2018
Film and Television Studios international
Text to Screen
Teacher - Bernard Curry
2012 - 2014
Lighthouse Chrisitan College
Theatre
Acting

Skills & Attributes

Waist
79cm
Chest
90cm
Hip
91cm
Natural Accent
Australian
Ethnicity
Asian, Cambodian, Chinese, Vietnamese
Accents
Australian, American Standard
Languages
English, Vietnamese
Hair Length
Ear Level
Hair Style
Straight
Dance
Hip Hop
Sport
Volleyball
Drivers Licences
Car
Professional Skills
Actor, Commercial Talent, Dancer

Media

Public Media
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Photos


Notes

Born an raised in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne Victoria, Billy completed his VCE education at Lighthouse Chrisitan College where he also discovered his love for the performing arts. In early 2012 Billy joined his first school production 'Bugsy Malone' playing the roles of 'Baby Face', 'Chinese Laundry guy', and the 'Down and outs'. While juggling through productions and classes, Billy undertook after-school activities. Joining and creating a dance crew that went under the name of 'Replay dance production'. Along with his members, Billy competed in dance competitions such as 'Fired up' and 'Battlegrounds', as well as performed locally in his school talent shows called 'LCC Gala night'. Completing his VCE in 2015, Billy wanted to pursue a career in Film and television. However due to the lack of job opportunities in Australia and low demand for Asian-Australian actors. He cast his dreams aside and pursued a career in digital animation at the Swinburne University of Technology, later transferring into Business Marketing at RMIT University in 2018. After the recent blockbuster all Asian cast 'Crazy Rich Asians' movie. Billys passion for acting once again reignited, he deferred his studies in order to further enhance his old skills. Joining a workshop at 'Film and Television Studios International' in 2018, learning the standard US accent at 'Brave studios', and currently further enhancing his skills through uta Hagens acting method at 'Howard Fine Acting Studios'. During the Mid-year of 2019, Billy received his first-ever professional credit in the feature film, directed by Isaac Elliot 'The Legend of Burnout Barry'.