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All About Andrea Bang’s Sister Diana Bang: Age, Husband, Wiki



Early life, family, educational background

Canadian writer and actress Diana Bang, was born on 3 July 1981 in Vancouver, Canada, making her a Cancer, she attended the Burnaby North Secondary School which is located in British Columbia, Canada. She has a younger sister named Andrea who is also a writer and actress, most well-known for playing Janet Kim in “Kim’s Convenience.” Diana and Andrea’s parents were Korean immigrants who moved to Canada; at first, they were worried about their daughters’ choices to pursue acting, but after they proved their passion and talent, the parents supported them.

She is famous for appearing in 2014’s “The Interview” as Park Sook-yin, 2020’s “The Astronauts,” 2021’s “Y: The Last Man,” and “Resident Alien.”

Who is Andrea Bang?

Canadian screenwriter and actress Andrea Bang was born in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, on 2 May 1989,  making her a Taurus. Like her sister, Andrea attended Burnaby North Secondary School, and was in the school’s production of “Bye Bye Birdie” – Andrea was part of the chorus. After matriculation, she enrolled into the University of British Columbia to study Psychology, while also taking acting classes. She earned her Psychology degree in 2012, and in an interview with the Vancouver Sun in 2017, she reflected on her university years. ‘For the longest time, I kept my interest in acting a secret. Minus a select few, no one really knew. I played around with so many different non-acting career paths. Finally, one day I said ‘screw it.’ I got an agent and a job that allowed me to audition – and the rest is history.’


In 2015, Andrea won her first award for her work as an actress. The Asians on Film Festival awarded her with a best actress summer award for her debut film role as Francesca in the short film “Playdate”. The following year, she was cast as the main character, Janet Kim in “Kim’s Convenience,” a CBC comedy series that also stars Jean Yoon, Andrew Phung and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee. The series ended in 2021, after season five’s release because the show’s co-creators wanted to move on to other projects, and the remaining crew felt that the series would not be the same without their input. In 2020, Andrea was nominated for a Best Supporting Performance in a Web Program or Series award at the Canadian Screen Awards, for her portrayal of Samantha in the web series “Running with Violet.”


Diana’s acting career began when she joined Assaulted Fish, a comedy sketch group in Vancouver. She played Harriet in the 2008 short film “Ripples,” and appeared in one episode of “Aliens in America” as a student. The following year, she played Lauren in the television film “Sorority Wars” which starred “Pretty Little Lies” star Lucy Hale. Diana was then Betty in another television film, “Dandy Lions,” Kate in a short film entitled “Misplaced,” “Keiko” in “The Troop” episode entitled “Lost in Translation,” and Lab Tech #1 in two episodes of the series, “Alice,” which follows a police detective investigating a murder, but stumbling across time travelers.

In 2010, Diana portrayed Nora in two episodes of “Fringe,” and a Barista in “Miracle in Manhattan.” 2011 was a quiet year for her, as she only appeared in one episode of the series “The Killing,” but the following year was packed. She acted in two television films, one being “Abducted: The Carlina White Story”; three films including “Lost Lagoon”, and one episode of a television series.


Diana played AJ in the 2013 television film, “Tom, Dick and Harriet,” starring Steven Weber as Tom Burns, Andrew Francis as Dick Varnett, and Michelle Harrison as Harriet Fellows. She was then a market cashier in “Guess Who’s Coming to Christmas,” a coffee shop waitress in “No Clue,” Ida Suki in the short film, “RocketShip Misfits,” and Alicia in “That Burning Feeling.”

She booked some impressive roles in 2014, marked by her playing a North Korean chief propagandist named Sook-yin Park in the film “The Interview” which starred Seth Rogen and James Franco. In an interview for the movie, she spoke about her role – ‘Sook is very strong and feisty, and I think I have that in me. That’s very much tied to me being small and short and wanting to put up a fight.’ The most challenging part of the role for her was when new lines in Korean were added to the script last minute; because she is an immigrant, she needs to practice her Korean beforehand to ensure it sounds genuine, ‘I’m sure there is tons of footage of me speaking gibberish rather than Korean.’

She was then Jiao in four episodes of “Bates Motel” starring Freddie Highmore as Norman Bates and Vera Farmiga as Norma Louise Bates. This was followed by playing control room scientist in “Eve of Destruction,” and in one episode of “Rush” as Mistress Kang.

Diana appeared in four films in the following year, one of which was a short entitled “The Price is Precise,” as well as having played Olivia in eight episodes of the series “Paranormal Solutions INC.” In 2016, she played Emma in four episodes of “Second Chance,” Tabby Song in the 2017 film “Entanglement,” and Suki Price in an episode of the popular Netflix series starring Toms Ellis as the titular character – “Lucifer” – entitled “Stewardess Interruptus.”

She spent some of her time in 2019 acting in short films, and appearing in television series such as “Fast Layne” in which she recurringly portrayed Dr. Jessica Kwon, in four episodes of “Unspeakable” as Ruby Kim, three episodes of “Michelle’s” as Linda, and in two episodes of “You Me Her” as Dr. Maria Bhang; the series is considered a ‘polyamorous romantic comedy’ and follows a married couple whose sex life is rather disappointing, so the husband, Jack (played by Greg Poehler) steps outside of the marriage and sleeps with an escort named Izzy (played by Priscilla Faia). However, their relationship soon grows into something intimate and personal and Jack’s wife, Emma (played by Rachel Blanchard) joins the mix until the three develop a romance and even become financially committed to one another.


The following year she played Salvador Grant in seven episodes of Netflix’s “The Order,” starring Jake Manley as Jack Morton and Sarah Grey as Alyssa Drake; Ms. Chu in the film “Coffee & Kareem,” Freddie in five episodes of “Away,” Molly Wei in nine episodes of “The Astronauts,” and Kimiko Kishi in two episodes of the comedy drama series “The Baby-Sitters Club,” which is based on the eponymous book series following five young girls who start a babysitting service in their suburb; the series also features Alicia Silverstone as Elizabeth Thomas-Brewer.

In 2021, she played Dr. Allison Mann in the series “Y: The Last Man,” appearing in six episodes, and that year she also began portraying Nurse Ellen in the series, “Resident Alien,” appearing in 12 episodes for now. Her only project for 2022 so far is as Cherry in the short film, “A.T.A.C.K.”

In 2018, Diana was nominated for a Leo Award in the category of Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture for her work in “Entanglement”.

Personal life

She keeps her personal life private, so not much is known about her relationships or family life. However, she does appear to be single for the time being, and some fans suspect she has an ex-, but there’s no evidence supporting this assumption.

Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts

When she’s not filming, Diana enjoys traveling, either alone or with loved ones.

Her favorite:

  • Color is white.
  • Food is Pizza.
  • Place is Oslo.


Andrea has black hair and black eyes. She stands at 5ft 1in (155ccm) tall, weighs about 132lbs (60kgs) and has a slim build with vital statistics of 30-25-32. She wears a US size 8 dress.

Net worth and salary

As of October 2022, her net worth is estimated at close to $600,000.

Joined Net Worth Post in June 2016. Previously, Lead Correspondent at Insightful Media. Holds a degree in Research Communications from Columbia University.

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Kaitlyn Leeb’s Wiki: Nationality, Husband, Children, Net Worth



Who is Kaitlyn Leeb?

Kaitlyn Leeb is a model and actress, who rose to fame portraying Jennifer Doolittle in the Canadian teen drama “Degrassi: The Next Generation”. She’s also had notable roles in the popular TV series “Shadowhunters” and “Heartland”. Kaitlyn was born under the Zodiac sign Gemini on 18 June 1988, in North York, Ontario, Canada, of Irish and Chinese descent. As of 2021, she is 33 years old and holds Canadian nationality.

Early life and Family

Not much information is known about her family, except that her mother was a model. Reportedly, she was brought up by her grandparents, who took care of her and her two siblings after their parents divorced.

She enjoyed performing and dancing from an early age, and even competed in various competitions during her formative years. When it comes to her education, she obtained a degree in Psychology from York University.

Career Beginnings

Kaitlyn stepped into the world of entertainment by working as a model, and appearing in various print ads and advertisements for several companies and brands such as Dentyne Ice, Fuze fruit drinks, and Virgin Mobile. Additionally, in terms of furthering her modeling career, she won the Miss Chin Bikini Pageant.

Having been in the industry for some time, she decided to test the waters and pursue acting, kicking-off with a minor role in the TV series “Beautiful People” in 2006.


Three years later, she appeared as Valerie in the drama movie “The Jazzman”, followed by a small part in the TV show “Blue Mountain State”. After a guest appearance in the adventure/fantasy series “Aaron Stone” in 2010, she portrayed Trina in the action/thriller “Locked Down”, opposite Vinnie Jones, Rashad Evans and Tony Schiena.

In 2011, she starred as Bridget in the film “Wrong Turn: Bloody Beginning”, then the following year, her popularity exponentially grew as she landed numerous roles in various projects. She was cast as Dr. Casandra Lee in the comedy-drama series “Heartland”, appearing in 26 episodes of the sixth through 12th season. During the same year she landed her most famed role as, Jennifer Doolittle in the TV series “Degrassi: The Next Generation”, the fourth series in the popular Degrassi franchise.

The show, created by Linda Schuyler and Kit Hood, was one of the most-watched TV series in Canada, earning various accolades throughout its 14 season run. Kaitlyn also booked some minors roles in short movies and TV series, such as “The L.A. Complex”, “Total Recall”, and “Hail Satan”.

Her other roles

In 2013 she switched from her usual appearances, and starred in two TV movies – “Alive” and “Grave Halloween”. The following year, she scooped various recurring roles in TV series such as “The Republic of Doyle”, “Bitten”, and “Seed”.

After appearing in the movie “Wolves” and “The Hazing Secret” in 2014, she was cast as the recurring character Keira, in the comedy/romance series “Single Ladies”. During the same year, she made a one-episode appearance in the comedy series “Backpackers” and portrayed Lily in the action drama series “Rogue”.


In 2016 she landed the part of Camille Belcourt, the antagonist in the supernatural drama series “Shadowhunters”, appearing in the seven episodes of the first season. In an interview with a media outlet, she talked about her audition for the show, saying:” I actually auditioned for a couple of roles before landing Camille. As soon as I heard about the show, I was really excited about it. So I prepped her, and I auditioned, and I found out a couple of days later that I booked her. That was the most amazing thing”.

Her portrayal of the former leader of the Brooklyn vampire Clan and Magnus’ ex-girlfriend, earned her exposure and additional popularity among younger audiences. The show, which explores the world of fantasy filled with warlock, shadowhunters and vampires, ran for three seasons, while Caitlyn appeared as a guest in the second season.

She followed up this role by portraying Susan in the horror series “Slasher”, then in 2018 she appeared in several TV movies – “Christmas with a View”, Christmas with a Prince”, and “Christmas with a Prince: Becoming Royal,” and is set to reprise her role as Dr. Tasha in the next installment entitled “Christmas with a Prince: The Royal Baby”.

Her latest roles

In 2020 she was cast as Leah Starnes in the short-lived streaming series “Spinning Out”, followed by one-episode appearances in TV series such as “The Wedding Planners” and “The Crossword Mysteries”. She additionally appeared in the horror movie “Anything for Jackson”, portraying Yolanda opposite Sheila McCarthy and Julian Richings; the film opened to positive reviews from critics.


Regarding her upcoming projects, she is set to reprise her role as Dr. Tasha in the third installment entitled “Christmas with a Prince: The Royal Baby”.

Caitlyn will portray Jessica in the romance drama “Christmas in the Wilds”, opposite Victor Zinck Jr., which is set to premiere around Christmas 2021. Additionally, she landed another lead role in the comedy-romance “Be Mine, Valentine”, sharing the screen with Brendon Zub which will premiere by the end of 2021.

Personal life

Kaitlyn has been married to the four-year senior equity trader Ted Leeb since 2013. After several years of dating, the couple walked down the aisle on 17 August in a private ceremony. In 2016 they welcomed their daughter named Avery Elizabeth Leeb, and in 2020 another addition to the family, daughter Presley.

Physical stats and Hobbies Charity Work

Kaitlyn is 5ft 4ins tall (164cm), weighs around 120lbs (55kgs) with vital statistics of 32-26-35. Her natural hair is black, further adorned with brown eyes.

She likes to spend her free time with family and friends.

Regarding hobbies, she is a great fan of horse riding and ice-skating.

In the interview with a media outlet, she said that she adores watching documentaries and series about marine life, explaining: I really love that stuff. I don’t know what it is, it is just so fascinating to me that there is this whole other world that we have no idea about. I just like learning about that. I love sharks. Shark week is my favorite week.”

Her favorite show is “River Monsters”.


Charity Work

With a great passion for philanthropy, Kaitlyn has been serving as the Jakes House National Ambassador since 2018, and often participates in public speaking engagements, as well as communicating with students, families and partners. Jake’s House is a charity that aims to aid and support families living with autism in Canada, by providing various mentoring programs and organizing community events with the goal of bringing people together and socializing. Kaitlyn has been featured in several promotional ads and digital campaigns, and continuously supports the charity’s work, inspiring and motivating others to take action.

What is her net worth?

According to reports, her estimated net worth is around $2 million, acquired largely through her acting career over 15 years.

Is she active on social media?

She is very active on social media; her Instagram account has nearly 80,000 followers, while her Twitter has over 30,000 fans. Kaitlyn often posts family photos, selfies, and news about her current and upcoming projects.

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How old is Miya Cech? Age, Height, Parents, Net Worth, Dating



Who is Miya Cech?

Miya Cech is a teen actress and model, who rose to fame with her roles in “The Darkest Minds”, “Are You Afraid of the Dark?”, and “Always Be My Maybe”. She was born under the Zodiac sign Pisces on 4 March 2007, in Tokyo, Japan. As of 2021, she is 14 years old and holds Japanese and American nationality.

Family, Bio, Wiki

She has been raised by her American adoptive parents ER. Cech and G.Cech in Northern California alongside three siblings Emi Marie, Kai Marie, and Nikko J, who are also adopted. Her older sister, Kai Marie, followed in Miya’s footsteps and launched an acting career as well, so far appearing in “So Close”, Rickard Lovely”, and “Marvelous and the Black Hole”.

While some children like to keep this type of personal information away from the public eye, Miya is far from that mindset. In her opinion, the fact that she was adopted allows her to use her voice and social platforms to support the adoption community, and reach out to other adopted children. In an interview, she disclosed: “I want adoption to be normalised, some kids need help and homes and families and that is super important for me. Everyone deserves to be loved and have a family and I want to be able to share that and represent that and you know inspire other families to adopt and that’s why it’s big for me.”

Rise to Stardom

She launched her career as a model at the age of four through her parents, featuring in various ads and on catwalks.


In an interview, she talked about the experience of having started a career at such a young age, Miya saying: ”My parents sacrificed a lot over the years, including just driving me everywhere. For school, though, we have teachers on set in both the modeling world and the acting world. “

She made her TV debut at the age of eight in 2015, appearing in an episode of the action crime series “Hawaii Five 0”. During the same year, Miya guest-starred in the comedy series “The Thundermans” and crime drama series “Hand of God”.

In 2016, Miya portrayed Amy Chen in two episodes of the horror/supernatural series “American Horror Story”, followed by a minor appearance in the short movie “Angeltown”. After starring in the short fantasy movie “Unbound”, she was cast as the recurring character Marigold, in the drama series “American Housewife”, appearing in three episodes.

In 2018 Miya joined the cast as Suzme – “Zu” – in the dystopian superhero film “The Darkest Minds” starring Amandla Stenberg and Harris Dickinson. While many had high expectations considering the popularity of superhero movies in general, it appeared that those expectations weren’t met, as the film opened to an overwhelmingly negative reception and reviews, with criticism aimed at the generic, derivative, and predictable plot. Additionally, it poorly performed at the box office, grossing only $41 million against the $35 million production budget. Despite the movie’s negative reception, Miya’s convincing performance as Zu did not go unnoticed, and she finally started attracting recognition and exposure.


Her other roles

She made several appearances in 2019, including in the series “Arrow”, the short movie “Viva La Revolucion”, and the comedy romance movie “Always Be My Baby”. She additionally landed the recurring role as Akiko Yamato in the adventure drama series “Are You Afraid of the Dark”, opposite Malia Baker and Bryce Gheisar.

During the same year, she booked the role as Zhen Zhen in the sci-fi adventure movie “Rim of the World”. Even though the movie garnered generally negative reviews, upon premiering it was rated as the most-watched film on the SVOD service in the UK.

Latest roles

In 2020 she was cast in the lead role as “Samantha Sammy” in the space adventure series “Astronauts”, again sharing the screen with Bryce Gheisar.

In an interview, she expressed her excitement over playing Sammy in a series related to space, saying:  “I’ve been really into space ever since I was a little girl, well even younger than I am now, and I’ve kept up with just about every launch that has happened in my 13 years.”

Miya also revealed that the whole crew had the pleasure of talking to the astronaut Chris Cassidy, to prepare for their roles and challenges while filming, she said: ” Chris Cassidy went to the international space station and we got to ask him questions that would help us in the show. We also did movement training; ee had a choreographer and we played this game where we’d push off of each other but we’d have to make it look like we were in zero gravity.”

Despite the positive reviews the series has garnered, it appears that Nickelodeon will not be renewing the show for another season.


She landed another lead role in 2021, in the coming-of-age drama movie “Marvelous and the Black Hole”, opposite Rhea Perlman. Working with Rhea was a one-of-time experience for Maya, and she has nothing but words of praise.

Additionally, working with the director Kate Tsang gave her insight into the works and process of directing, she said: “I’ve only worked with a couple of Asian-American directors, and because I want to be a director someday, getting to see that and putting myself in their shoes was amazing. It was a really fun project to work on all together.”

She recently partnered with Zigazoo, the fun and social platform for kids, and was featured as a celebrity guest reader of the children’s book entitled “The Eyes that Kiss in the Corners”.

Personal life

Given her young age, it’s too early to talk about any romantic interests.

Physical stats and Hobbies

Her current height is 4ft 6ins (149cm), while her weight is around 78lbs (35kgs). Her natural hair is dark brown, further adorned with brown eyes.

Miya is an active supporter of the Asian-American Girl Club, the fashion and lifestyle brand which aims to redefine the modern Asian-American Woman through normalization and unity. For Miya, it’s highly important to be a part of the club as she aspires to be a role model for Asian American girls, she further explained: “I’m using my voice to inspire people, I’m using my voice to be other people’s voice and reach the hearts of people.


It’s really just about girl power and Asian-American power and Asian-American girl power.”

What is her Net worth?

Her current net worth is estimated at around $300,000, earned during her career as an actress and model. Given her success in various roles, it’s believed that her wealth will continue to grow.

Is she active on social media?

She is very active on her social media accounts, which are managed by her parents. Her Instagram account has over 400,000 followers, while her Twitter account has nearly 10,000 fans. Miya also uses TikTok, on which she has over 100,000 followers with two million likes.

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