Miranda Kwok can do it all: acting, writing, producing, stuntwork, and martial arts. Miranda talks about how she created her own opportunities as an Asian American in Hollywood. She says that she initially rejected her heritage when she was young, but recaptured it in a personal journey back to China. (Intro: Hate Mail)
Writer, Actor and Producer Miranda Kwok tackles any challenge that presents itself — from jumping out of an airplane to crisis counseling to backpacking across China in search of a lost bloodline. Miranda’s journey into the arts began at the age of ten when she attended Claude Watson, Canada’s premier school for the performing and visual arts. After completing an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Toronto, she moved to Los Angeles to launch a career in film and television. With her first screenplay “Song of Silence”, Miranda won the Grand Prize in the Slamdance Screenplay Competition, and she is now developing a cable series entitled “The Rising Sun” based on that script. Miranda is currently working in the writers room on the hit show “THE 100” on the CW Television Network.