Mini Bio: Burmese-American Actor Adrian Zaw was born in Apyauk, Burma. His acting career began in 1997 when an Professional Actor came to his Middle School and convinced him to become an actor because of the "Free Food". Since the age of 12 Adrian Zaw began his training to study Acting. He's won over 60+ Awards in Speech/Solo Performances throughout High School and became the State Champion of Dramatic Interpretation of California in 2001. By 2007 he starred in "Satacracy 88" (Directed by Brad Winderbaum) a Webisode that won the 2007 Emmy for Outstanding Broadband Drama. In 2008, Adrian Zaw played the main villain (Syrus Primoris) and was part of the team that created "The Resistance Series" (Directed by Adrian Picardi) an Action/Drama Webisode that became the first ever to transition to Major Television (Syfy Channel, Hulu, & Netflix). Then in 2011 with the release of "Burmese Refugee" (Directed by Mike Tacca) Adrian Zaw was discovered to be the first and only established Burmese-American Actor in the United States.
Unique traits: Golden Voice.
University of Southern California