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Susan song

Susan Song is an actor, writer, and comedian from the SF Bay Area. Named after the famed American actress Susan Hayward, Susan moved to LA to pursue her Hollywood destiny over a tech career in Silicon Valley and now her parents regret not naming her Bill or Steve. She has studied improv and sketch at UCB, Groundlings, Second City, and The Pack Theater. You can catch her performing monthly on Maude Night at UCB with her house sketch team, Gotcha Gotcha!

Notable TV credits include Christopher Miller’s The Afterparty (Apple TV) in which she starred opposite Tiffany Haddish and The Brothers Sun (Netflix), slated to premiere in 2023 starring Michelle Yeoh. Susan also has recurring roles in Superstore (NBC), 9-1-1 (FOX), and a sketch on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC) in which she plays a North Korean Peloton Instructor. Susan now lives in fear of retaliation from the dictator. 

Susan has appeared in numerous commercials for major brands like State Farm, Snickers, and Uber and has collaborated with commercial directors Mike Mills, Tony Yacenda, and the comedic duo Tim & Eric. Most memorably she starred in an AT&T Superbowl commercial alongside Mila Kunis and Demi Moore, and now they are all best friends and text each other using AT&T's incredible 5G towers. 

Some career highlights include a high five from Kathryn Hahn on set, a thumbs up from famed cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema, and getting a restraining order from Mila Kunis and Demi Moore.

When she's not acting, Susan loves to share her travels and culinary experiences on her instagram @eatalongwithsusansong and one day hopes to master the art of napping upright with her eyes open.


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