NANCY SUN is an Asian-American actress and writer based in New York City. Notable TV credits include Showtime’s Homeland, TVLand’s Younger, and NBC’s The Slap. She recently appeared onstage in the DC Premiere of Tom Stoppard’s The Hard Problem at Studio Theatre. In her role as research assistant Bo Sheng-Tsu, critics lauded “all her awkward glory,” “wonderful energy,” and “engaging yet steely delicateness” “in a well-modulated turn.” This spring, she will be making her feature film debut in Going in Style, directed by Zach Braff and opposite Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and Alan Arkin. Nancy is a recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Maggie Flanigan Studio two-year acting program.

Her writing online has earned her a SXSW Interactive Award nomination and mention in the New York Times. She has previously workshopped scripts at the Asian American Film Lab and is currently working on a feature-length screenplay.

As a supporter of independent film, Nancy has also served two years on the Tribeca Film Festival Preselection Committee and worked as the Industry Registration Coordinator for the IFP Project Forum

In her free time, Nancy dog walks as a volunteer at the BARC Shelter, practices yoga with Elena Brower, and enjoys riding her single speed around Brooklyn.