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Janice Yang is an actor, visual artist and creator. Yang’s film and TV credits include a principal role opposite Josh Lucas, Callum Keith Rennie and Ari Cohen on the Canadian-American drama produced and distributed by NBC and eOne in association with Sony Pictures and Paramount Pictures, The Firm. She is also a lead in comedy Gemini Award winners, Andy King and Leo Scherman’s comedy series pilot, UFO Nights. She is currently in pre-production, writing for an upcoming web series, Salad Days. She has had the privilege to train with improvisers such as Becky Johnson, James Gangl, Chris Earle, Rob Baker, Paul Constable and Ken Hall of Second City. Her improv background has led her into creating devised pieces showcased at Summerworks and the Paprika Festival. She has worked with Ravi Jain and Meav Beaty in CanadianStage’s Young Artist Program, played Safina in Theory directed by Joanne Williams, Eunice in Norman Yeung’s You Can Ask Me How I Am Doing, Wiki-Wendy in The Shimmering Odessa Building or Whatever in the New Ideas Festival at Alumni Theatre and Judy in Tempo at the Storefront Theatre. When not performing, Janice can be found writing poetry, illustrating or enjoying the outdoors.