Myanmar Actor in the US Hollywood: Arian Zaw

Adrian Zaw came to the United States at age five from the tropical country side of a third world country called Burma (aka Myanmar) and began his formal acting training in 1997 at age thirteen, and took part in academic activities to hone his craft through the dramatic arts of Speech and Debate where he earned over 60 Awards in competition and earned the coveted titled of State Champion for the State of California for Dramatic Interpretation in 2001.

2001 State Champion for Dramatic Interpretation

By age 20, Zaw transferred from the Pasadena City College to the University of Southern California where he received a full tuition to study Theatre. However, before his final year at the University he filed out to jump start his career. Ten months later he found himself holding an Emmy for Outstanding Broadband Drama of 2007 for a Web Series Project titled “Satacracy 88” where he played the character of “Ariel Zim”.

2007 Emmy for Outstanding Broadband Drama “Satacracy 88″

He’s known for various talents but his top three would be Acting, TV Hosting, and Producing. When he’s not walking the Red Carpet, he’s working it as a Host for Media Giants such as Getty Images, WireImage and 13 Minutes Magazine. In the end whether it’s Film, Theatre, or Television this Asian American Actor paves waves where others fear to tread. But he’s not alone, synergy was his strategy and although acting, hosting and producing are his specialties helping ours succeed was his passion.

Since his departure from USC he’s been a TV Correspondent for 7 Television Shows, and has earned over 40 Independent Film, Television, & Theatre Credits.

More information: http://www.adrianzaw.com/

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Comment by khaiboih on April 11, 2011 at 2:18am
Thupi sa ing zong .. deihhuai/uthuai mahmah sa ing..

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