Actor Michael Tow talks about his role in the newly released film “Lucky Grandma” and the cultural easter eggs in it that await Asian-American audiences. He also reflects on his seasoned career as an actor and producer, and how casting calls for Asian-American roles in Hollywood have changed over time. (Intro: 8 Minutes)
MICHAEL TOW is a versatile Film, TV and theater actor. You may have seen him as high end hacker “Del Toro” in NBC’s Blindspot, recurring as attorney Josh Wang in Law and Order SVU or as a psychotic gangster Little Handsome in the just released film “Lucky Grandma” to name a few. He is also a Co creator at Tow Arboleda Films,a company that has made numerous social justice films and videos seen by millions of people around the world, including “That’s not the Nanny” and “Coughing While Asian”. He is repped by Marque Entertainment and The Lisa Lax Agency.
You can find out how to watch “Lucky Grandma” in virtual theaters here.
View Michael’s work at of Tow Arboleda Films here.