Multi-talented Taiwanese-Texan actress, voice over artist and performer, Gloria Tsai, is making moves and creating waves! After building her resume and becoming SAG eligible in Texas and Florida within the last 4 years, she is rapidly on her way to reaching her acting goals.
Gloria caught the acting bug when she was cast as the lead in a class play when she was 8 years old. Although there were hardly any Asian women role models for her at that time, she secretly wanted to be a "triple threat" - actress, dancer and singer. She continued studying theater and acting throughout high school until other school activities took precedence. In early 2015, she made the bold decision to leave a corporate career and pursue her childhood dreams.
Essence: Dragon Lady? Well, I'm a lady and the Dragon comes out when required.
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Gloria was cast as an ensemble member of Sierra Madre Playhouse's production of The Joy Luck Club! This was the most authentic production of the Amy Tan classic story ever.
Show ran August 24, 2019 to October 5, 2019.
"First Date" is a short film produced by Stranger Mornings, directed and written by Rendalee Singleton. Gloria plays Renee, a young single school teacher on a first date with Justin, played by Nick Nunn. This film was screened at the Flicks by Chicks Film Festival in Dallas on October 21, 2017.
The best selling book "Crazy Rich Asians" became a Warner Brothers hit in 2018, and the movie features an all Asian cast. The director, Jon Chu, had asked actors from around the world to post audition tapes on social media using the hashtag #crazyrichasianscasting in the hopes of finding new talent. Click here to see Gloria's audition tape.
"The Propaganda" is a clip from "The Earth Below", a short film directed by Christine Chen of Moth to Flame Films, which was entered into the 2016 HBO Asian Pacific American Visionaries Short Film Competition. Gloria is "the Matriarch" in this SciFi project, which is loosely based on "Madame Butterfly" and set in a futuristic world that is inhabited by women only. Click here to see "The Propaganda."