Conrad Ricamora (The King and I, Here Lies Love, “How to Get Away with Murder”) begins his recurring guest starring role as Dr. Jake Wong in the “Mina’s Kangaroo Court” episode of “The Resident” airing Tuesday, Jan. 19 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Entering its fourth season, “The Resident” will shine a light on the daily heroism of our health care workers. The provocative medical drama follows the doctors and nurses at Chastain Memorial Hospital, as they face personal and professional challenges and fight for their patients’ health.
“The Resident” follows a group of doctors at Chastain Memorial Hospital, as they face personal and professional challenges on a daily basis. Matt Czuchry (Dr. Conrad Hawkins), Emily Vancamp (Nurse Practitioner Nicolette Nevin), Bruce Greenwood (Dr. Randolph Bell), Manish Dayal (Dr. Devon Pravesh), Shaunette Renée Wilson (Dr. Mina Okafor), Malcolm-Jamal Warner (Dr. AJ Austin), Jane Leeves (Dr. Kit Voss) and Morris Chestnut (Dr. Barrett Cain) make up the ensemble cast.
When Cain’s elective surgery patient returns with complications, Mina and Raptor butt heads over how to handle the situation. Conrad and Devon treat a local Congresswoman who withholds information that could prevent her from receiving proper treatment, causing Devon to open up about his grief. In the wake of losing many colleagues to the virus, Bell worries who would be there for him in a moment of crisis and finds himself mining his own past to find his estranged former stepson, elite plastic surgeon Dr. Jake Wong (Conrad Ricamora). Bell attempts to bring Dr. Wong to Chastain to increase the number of world-class surgeries at the hospital and to repair their complicated past. Meanwhile, Logan Kim finds himself on the chopping block when the doctors are questioned about his actions during the pandemic.
Conrad Ricamora appeared for six seasons on “How to Get Away with Murder,” playing Oliver Hampton. He originated the role of Xue Xing in David Henry Hwang and Jeanine Tesori’s revolutionary new musical Soft Power, which is a Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Ricamora’s nominations for Soft Power include a Lucille Lortel Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical, a Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical, and his second GRAMMY® nomination for his work as a soloist on the original cast recording. He received his first GRAMMY® for his turn as Lun Tha on the original cast recording of Lincoln Center’s Tony Award®-winning Broadway revival of The King and I.
As an activist, the Human Rights Campaign and Equality California both honored Ricamora with their Visibility Award, which recognizes the outstanding efforts of those who use their talent and visibility to help better the lives of LGBTQ people.
After graduating from acting school in 2012, he was cast as the revolutionary Filipino leader Ninoy Aquino in the award-winning David Byrne/Fat Boy Slim musical Here Lies Love, for which he won a Theatre World Award and a received a Lortel Award Nomination for Best Actor. His other Off Broadway and regional credits include Allegiance (Old Globe); Tartuffe, Woyzeck, FuddyMears (Clarence Brown Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (Utah Shakespeare Festival); The Taming of the Shrew (North Carolina Shakespeare Festival). Ricamora can also been seen in the feature films Light Of The Moon and Talladega Nights. He also voiced Houyi in Netflix’s Over the Moon.
“The Resident” is produced by 20th Television. The series’ executive producers include Todd Harthan, Andrew Chapman, Peter Elkoff, Amy Holden Jones, Rob Corn, Antoine Fuqua and Oly Obst.
Lia Chang is an actor, a multi-media content producer and co-founder of Bev’s Girl Films, making films that foster inclusion and diversity on both sides of the camera. Bev’s Girl Films’ debut short film, Hide and Seek was a top ten film in the Asian American Film Lab’s 2015 72 Hour Shootout Filmmaking Competition, and she received a Best Actress nomination. BGF collaborates with and produces multi-media content for artists, actors, designers, theatrical productions, composers, musicians and corporations. Lia has appeared in the films Wolf, New Jack City, A Kiss Before Dying, King of New York, Big Trouble in Little China, The Last Dragon, Taxman. She stars in and served as Executive Producer for the short independent films Hide and Seek, Balancing Act, Rom-Com Gone Wrong, Belongingness and When the World was Young. She is also the Executive Producer for The Cactus, The Language Lesson, The Writer and Cream and 2 Shugahs.
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