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Keong Sim stars in "Monday Mornings" on TNT as the socially challenged Dr. Sung Park.

Keong's first professional line of dialogue was "In the butt?" in the feature film "Marci X." Though edited out, he has since worked on other films including M. Night Shyamalan's "The Last Airbender" and the indies "Watching TV with the Red Chinese" and "Inventing Adam."

On television, he played the recurring role of Mike Chang's (Harry Shum Jr.) father in FOX's "Glee" and has also appeared on NBC's "Harry's Law," CBS's "Mike & Molly," ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" and "The Forgotten" with Christian Slater, Lifetime's "The Protector," TNT's "Southland," FX's "Rescue Me," NBC's "Law & Order" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."

On stage, Keong has performed extensively nationwide as well as internationally in such productions as George Wolfe's "Radiant" at The Public Theatre and Frank Galati's "After the Quake" at Steppenwolf Theatre. Keong is especially proud of his volunteer improv teaching with the boys at Pacific Lodge through Laughter for a Change.

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