Rachel Sun

Played by Grace Lynn Kung

A Canadian Screen Award nominee for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy, Grace’s credits include lobbying with Jessica Chastain in Miss Sloane, inciting violence aboard Star Trek Discovery, aiding/abetting in Mary Kills People, shaking up Congress in Designated Survivor, cultivating Mars in The Expanse, facing down Chucky in Cult of Chucky, crying profusely in Slings + Arrows and running Quon’s speakeasy during Prohibition in Frankie Drake Mysteries.

Grace has performed The Vagina Monologues in Oranjestad, Aruba and toured nationally with Kim’s Convenience. Her voice can be heard in Far Cry 4, Doozers, and the upcoming Ava Lee crime series audiobooks debuting in May.

Grace has studied naturopathic medicine in the UK and holds two Certificates of Distinction for Speech and Drama from Trinity College London. Her directorial debut – A False Sense of Security – won Special Jury Mention at AFFD in Dallas, Texas. And this May, she will play Chairman Mao in HBO’s adaptation of Fahrenheit 451, with Michael B Jordan and Michael Shannon, directed by Ramin Bahrani.

A Canadian Screen Award nominee for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy, Grace’s credits include lobbying with Jessica Chastain in Miss Sloane, inciting violence aboard Star Trek Discovery, aiding/abetting in Mary Kills People, shaking up Congress in Designated Survivor, cultivating Mars in The Expanse, facing down Chucky in Cult of Chucky, crying profusely in Slings + Arrows and running Quon’s speakeasy during Prohibition in Frankie Drake Mysteries.

Grace has performed The Vagina Monologues in Oranjestad, Aruba and toured nationally with Kim’s Convenience. Her voice can be heard in Far Cry 4, Doozers, and the upcoming Ava Lee crime series audiobooks debuting in May.

Grace has studied naturopathic medicine in the UK and holds two Certificates of Distinction for Speech and Drama from Trinity College London. Her directorial debut – A False Sense of Security – won Special Jury Mention at AFFD in Dallas, Texas. And this May, she will play Chairman Mao in HBO’s adaptation of Fahrenheit 451, with Michael B Jordan and Michael Shannon, directed by Ramin Bahrani.