Actor Albert Tsai talks about his starring role in the new hit animated film ABOMINABLE. Albert discusses how he first got into acting, what it’s like to ad-lib during voiceover sessions, and why authenticity in casting and culture were so important in the making of ABOMINABLE. (Intro: Healing)
Albert Tsai is an American actor. He discovered his passion for acting at 7 years of age, and started his professional career when he was 9. Albert won rave reviews and multiple awards recognition for his breakout role as Bert on the ABC comedy series Trophy Wife, including a “Best Supporting Actor” nomination from 2014 Critics’ Choice Television Awards, and “The Breakout TV Stars of 2013” by The Huffington Post, Hollywood.com, and E! Online. In 2015, he was named one of Entertainment Weekly’s 12 Best Child Actors. He made his TV debut on CBS’ hit series “How I Met Your Mother” in May 2013. Since then, Albert has starred on four network comedy series including ABC’s “Trophy Wife”, “Dr. Ken”, CBS’ 9JKL, and Disney Channel’s “Coop and Cami Ask the World”. He also made guest appearances on “Fresh Off The Boat”, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”, “Hot In Cleveland”, and “Benched”. In 2019, Albert stars as Peng in Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Animation’s feature film “Abominable” opposite Chloe Bennet and Sarah Paulson. When not working, Albert loves to read, swim & surf, and go horseback riding. He is bilingual and speaks Chinese Mandarin fluently. Albert was born in San Jose, California.