Grace Lynn Kung is a Canadian actress. She received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for the spy series InSecurity as Jojo Kwan.
Kung holds two certificates of distinction from Trinity College London in the United Kingdom, where she also studied naturopathic medicine. She plays Chairman Mao in HBO’s Fahrenheit 451, incited violence aboard Star Trek: Discovery, fought alongside Jessica Chastain in Miss Sloane (2016), a political thriller about lobbyists in Washington, and rose to the ranks of Congresswoman in Designated Survivor.
Screen credits include The Expanse, The Strain, Being Erica, Away From Her, Slings & Arrows, Odd Squad, House Party, and Cube 2: Hypercube. On stage, she has performed The Vagina Monologues in Oranjestad, Aruba, as Janet in the award-winning play Kim’s Convenience, Izzy in Seminar by Theresa Rebeck, Zoe/The Girl in La Ronde, Yuko in Yukonstyle at Canadian Stage Company, collaborating with Judith Thompson on her new works and playing writer-historian Iris Chang in the international debut of A Nanking Winter by Marjorie Chan at Nightwood Theatre, a theatre specialising in forging creative alliances among female artists.
Her voice can be heard on several animated series and video games including Far Cry 4.