A native of Washington, DC, Stan Kang is a professional actor, director and drama teacher. Most recently, he worked as a day player on the new Touchstone TV pilot 20 Questions.
Other film and TV credits include: Fallen, 12 Monkeys, Murderous Intent, Homicide: Life in the Streets, The District and Undefeatable. He has worked as a stage actor with many local DC theatres, such as Washington Shakespeare Company, Studio Theater, Horizons Theatre, Washington Stage Guild, Scena Theater, and the Kennedy Center.
He worked as a director with Asian Stories in America (ASIA), a theatre company that was committed to producing, performing and promoting works by Asian American playwrights. He directed the inaugural production of ASIA, Big Hunk of Burning Love and The Theory of Everything. He is a founding member and executive director of the Educational Theatre Company (ETC).
ETC is a group of professional theatre artists, passionte about arts education, who help children and adults to unlock their creative and collaborative potential through school and community-based programs in the DC Metropolitan area. ETC, a non-profit organization, makes arts accessible to local communities through participation in and exposure to the performing arts. ETC promotes the arts and arts education with teaching artists who share their passion knowledge and discipline.