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Kelvin Yu        

Actor & Writer Known for "Master of None" & "Bob's Burgers"

Kelvin Yu started acting in theatre at the age of thirteen. His first film was the 2003 comedy The Utopian Society. He later made an uncredited appearance in the 2005 film Elizabethtown, starring Kirsten Dunst and Bruce McGill. The following year, Yu had a supporting role in the comedy Grandma's Boy. Yu also had a supporting role in the 2008 Academy Award-winning biographical political drama Milk.

In addition, Yu has starred in several short films, including 2006's My Prince, My Angel, co-starring and produced by Star Trek: Enterprise's Linda Park. Yu later appeared on Park's ABC series "Women's Murder Club," in an episode also featuring "Star Trek: Voyager's Robert Picardo" and the aforementioned Tim Griffin. Yu also had a lead role in the 2007 short film Fortune Hunters.

Yu currently writes for "Bob's Burgers" and has a recurring role in the Netflix original series "Master of None."

For his work on "Bob's Burgers" he was nominated twice for an Emmy award along - for Outstanding Animated program - with the rest of the writing team. In 2016, he also won an Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production (along with co-writer Steven Davis) for the episode "The Hauntening."

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