Originally from the San Francisco Bay area, West Liang is a Los Angeles-based professional actor, writer, and director, working in theatre, commercials, television, and film.
He has appeared on regional and intimate stages all over Southern California, including: East West Players, Rogue Machine Theatre, Celebration Theatre, Artists at Play, Sacred Fools Theatre, Son of Semele Ensemble, Circle X, Company of Angels, Shakespeare Orange County, Odyssey, Playwrights’ Arena, Wicked Lit, Pasadena Playhouse, and more.
His work in TV/Film has been featured in Mistresses (ABC), Stitchers(ABC), Nash Bridges (CBS), Hollywood Heights (Nickelodeon), Jon Benjamin Has a Van (Comedy Central), The Bold & The Beautiful(CBS), Return to Grace (PBS), Crossing Over (Weinstein Co.), Ninja Apocalypse (Comic-Con), Love, Gloria, Book of Rules, SF, Turnaround Jake, Invinciple Scripture, Ng, and more.
In 2012/13, he was honored with a prestigious L. A. WEEKLY Theater Award nomination for ‘Best Actor’ (Drama) in CoA’s premiere production of Their Eyes Saw Rain, which he also wrote.
His award-nominated feature film, Someone I Used to Know (as writer, producer, and star), was produced by 408 Films (Linsanity) in 2011/12 and enjoyed an 18-month international circuit of festivals in SF, LA, NYC, DC, Seattle, Boston, Chicago, Anaheim, Philadelphia, Houston, Vancouver, Berlin, Yakutsk (Russia), and is now available on Amazon.