Founder and Executive Producer of Model Majority. Veronica is an award-winning director/actor/writer and comedian. You may have seen her on TV or teaching people about Yellow Fever at comedy clubs around NYC. She loves rehabbing rescue dogs and hates guys who tell her to smile. Check out her internationally acclaimed webseries Subway: The Series, which is on Marie Claire's list of "Webseries You'll Want to Ditch Netflix for" www.SubwayTheSeries.com
For more about Veronica go to www.iVeronicaDang.com
Carol first fell in love with acting in the 4th grade when she got the lead role in her class play, which started her on the path to becoming...a sorta working artist? She is the ditziest smart person you will ever meet and is as comfortable as the vapid valley girl as she is as the nerdy Asian girl...but has the most fun being the bitchy girl.
Outside of Model Majority, Carol can be seen as Luanne in Banana Zakary (Point Lookout Film Festival Best Concept, Grove Film Festival Best Film), co-starring as Karen Chang on the web-series Bougie Betty, as Penny on another web-series, Math Warriors, or looking annoyed and shocked in the background of random TV shows. She at times freelances as a video editor, director, and producer. Carol also bakes pastries, buys too much makeup, and is a nail polish addict.
Father of two Park Slope girls, Kevin spends his nights watching action movies and working on his autobiography, Secret Asian Man: The Life of a Token Asian Actor and his blog, "inside the brain of Chewness." He dreams of one day becoming Keanu Reeves. Acting credits include: The Blacklist, Blue Bloods, Ray Donovan, and Step Up 3D. (SAG-AFTRA)
Monica is an actress, singer and comedy sketch performer who enjoys a dual citizenship between New York and New Jersey. Some of her favorite professional credits include “Eunice” from the viral video “When Asian Actors Audition for Commercials,” Julia Chang’s film “Over You” (Suzie) and Common Man Musicals’ “The Monkey King” (The Herald). She is a proud member of both SAG-AFTRA and AEA. Monica is thrilled to be a part of Model Majority and its mission to increase Asian representation in comedy. You can follow her on IG: @Gamine_MoniVilla and her website: www.MonicaRVilla.com
JEREMY RAFAL was born in the Ilocos region of the Philippines and grew up in Hawaii. He is now a New York based actor, musician, writer, and educator. Theater credits Joker (National Queer Theater), King John as Philip the Bastard (American Theatre of Actors), I'll Never Love Again (Bushwick Starr), #serials@theflea (The Flea), She-She-She (Hook & Eye Theater), among others.
Juliette Lin is a Taiwanese-Chinese American comedian, actress, and writer based in Los Angeles California. She was most recently seen as the lead in Vice at The Hollywood Fringe Festival, which was nominated for Best Drama and Best Tech Innovation. She graduated from the University of Southern California from the Business and Cinematic Arts Program and is passionate about telling stories about strong Asian women and the complexities of human existence.
When she's not pursuing her craft, you can find her making paper crafts, volunteering through School on Wheels, and reading 10 different books at a time.
Hailing from the sleepy Asian ‘burbs of Diamond Bar, CA, Quincy Cho is a bi, Korean-American comedy writer and actor. She most recently worked on Sonoro Media’s upcoming K-drama romcom podcast series as a co-writer and Jimmy Kimmel Live! as a performer. You may have most recently seen her in Bud Light’s Clio-nominated Super Bowl commercial “Last Year’s Lemons.” She is also a Sundance Episodic Lab Second Rounder and SuperSpecial inaugural TRIBE Writers Fellow. In her free time, Quincy enjoys pole dancing, kickboxing, and donuts.
Caitlin Frain is a Pittsburgh-born actor/writer/model based in Los Angeles. She has written for Kevin Hart’s Celebrity Game Face and was a performer in the 2020 CBS Showcase. You can watch her as host of the children’s web series Big Life Journal Buddies as well as the Snapchat show Swipe Right. Her training includes Upright Citizens Brigade and The Groundlings, where her love for creating weird characters flourished. IG: @caitlinfrain
ERICK ESTEBAN, an honored new Model Majority member is an actor, comedian, writer, producer born and raised in Chicago living and grinding in Los Angeles currently writing and performing in New York on Zoom.
Ivy Le is a Vietnamese American comedian, actress, and writer based in Austin, Texas. She is the creator of the critically-acclaimed Spotify Studios podcast FOGO: Fear of Going Outside, a nature show by the most reluctant host ever. She co-hosts the only queer comedy open mic in Austin and has performed at Bedpost Confessions, Lysistrata Comedy Festival, the Decatur Book Festival, Kollaboration, and more. She speaks Spanish, German, Vietnamese, and English. Ivy currently seeks representation for a pilot script about a ninja who tries to change her life by going to coding camp.
Sarcastic, satirical, smart, social media savant, and shameless. These "S" alliterations comprise of Marcus' comedic style. The by-product of middle class rural Maine upbringings, Filipino immigrant parenting, TV addiction, post college debt depression, under protest private school attendance, and an all too self aware Peter Pan syndrome. Marcus' youthful storytelling abilities and coming to grips with "adulting", social interactions, politics, stereotypes, pop culture, life, and relationships in the social media age is an original post-postmodern comedic commentary you don't want to miss out on.
John Tan is a writer born in the Philippines and raised in Los Angeles. He wrote for the 2018 CBS Diversity Sketch Showcase and was a member of the Upright Citizens Brigade sketch team SMOKESHOW, the IO West sketch team JUNE'S CLEAVER, and the Acme Comedy sketch team THE BABES. As a member of the diverse comedy collective THE COLOR COLLECTIVE, he wrote multiple sketches for their sold-out show at the 2020 San Francisco Sketchfest. IG: @thejohnmtan