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Well known for his recurring role as Oliver Pook in Nickelodeon's Henry Danger, he previously portrayed Dong Jing in the short-lived ABC series Back in the Game. He also portrays the voice of Kratz in Harvey Beaks. He got his name in the show business door by performing stand-up comedy at the famous Hollywood Improv. Shortly after, he did a promo for Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? He booked roles in pilots for shows called Funny Day and Summer Camp. He was born in Youngstown, Ohio to a family originally from Southern China who immigrated to America to open a medical practice in Northern California. He is the younger brother of actor Michael Zhang. He portrayed Braden Aftergood in the Jason Bateman-directed and starring comedy film Bad Words. [+]
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