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Jennie Kwan is a Filipino-American actress and singer from Los Angeles, California. She was credited with voicing Suki, Actress Yue, and additional characters in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Avatar: The Last Airbender credits

Suki

Character information: Suki

Actress Yue

Character information: Actress Yue

Additional voices

Avatar: Braving the Elements credits

Guest

  • 108. ""The Warriors of Kyoshi" with Jennie Kwan"
  • 109. "Suki Speaks: More with Jennie Kwan!"

Selected other credits

Television work

Filmography

Career

Kwan began acting at the age of eleven, when she started performing with the touring company "Kids of the Century". Her first television role was in 1991 as the voice of Audrey in Little Shop, a series based on the 1986 film Little Shop of Horrors.

Kwan is most notable for portraying the character Samantha Woo on NBC's hit show California Dreams. In 1992, she auditioned for the lead role as Tiffani but lost out to Kelly Packard; however, this led to them becoming best friends. In that same year, she also appeared in an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210. In January 1993, she began performing the role as Kim in Chicago's production of Miss Saigon. Later that year, the producers of California Dreams called her back to join the main cast to play the role of Sam, a foreign exchange student, replacing Heidi Noelle Lenhart.

She starred in the Las Vegas original cast of the musical Avenue Q and spent time starring in the national tour as an understudy for the role of Christmas Eve. In late 2008, Kwan was let go from the cast and released from her contract and her bio was quickly taken off the show's site. No press release was issued announcing whether or not it was her decision to leave.

In 2009, she provided the voice for Bitgirl, Myang Myang, and Edu in Random! Cartoons.

Trivia

  • In 2001, Kwan left acting for a while to join the girl group Nobody's Angel. However, with its popularity quickly declining, the group split up just one year later.
  • Kwan participated in a live reading of Toph Beifong's Metalbending Academy on May 19, 2021, where she reprised her role of Suki, as well as providing the voice of The Dark One.[1]
  • Kwan is due to take part in an "all-star" actual play one shot of Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game, produced by Magpie Games as part of the final stretch goal of their Kickstarter campaign, alongside professional dungeon master Satine Phoenix and TTRPG figure Becca Scott.[2]

References

  1. Dark Horse Comics (May 19, 2021). Toph Beifong's Metabending Academy Live Reading. Twitch.com. Retrieved on May 19, 2021.
  2. Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game - Kickstarter preview. Kickstarter.com (July 27, 2021). Retrieved on August 31, 2021.
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