Born in Hong Kong, Perry Pang was raised in Newport Beach, where he got his start in directing student films while being a district swimming champion and water polo player. He decided to commit to the art of filmmaking, and was accepted into New York University. After graduating with honors from NYU's Tisch Film School, as well as with a minor in business from NYU Stern Business School, Perry held stints at CAA, Sony Entertainment, and Paradigm to learn the back end of the business.
After a few years in New York, he returned to filmmaking and moved to Los Angeles to study the Meisner Technique, under renowned teacher William Alderson. Since graduating from Alderson's class, Perry directed and starred in CHAMPION, a short film about a transgender soccer star which screened at the 2017 40th Asian American International Film Festival in NYC, as well as starring in a 12 week production at the Long Beach Playhouse.
Perry Pang is a Los Angeles based actor.