Chloé Hung is a Chinese-Canadian playwright, TV Writer, screenwriter, (and sometimes director and actor). Chloé’s plays include ALL OUR YESTERDAYS (Toronto Fringe, Next Stage Theatre Festival), ISSEI, HE SAY (New Jersey Repertory Company, The Kennedy Center/NNPN MFA workshop), THREE WOMEN OF SWATOW (Tarragon Theatre Playwrights Unit & pandemic-canceled world premiere; RBC Emerging Playwrights Award, CBC’s PlayMe Podcast), MODEL MINORITY (AyeDefy Reading Series, Banff Playwrights Lab, Moving Arts MADlab), ALIEN OF EXTRAORDINARY ABILITY (Geffen Theatre’s Writers Room). Her plays have been workshopped in Toronto, New York, Washington DC, Banff, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. In TV, she has written for CHERISH THE DAY and QUEEN SUGAR (both on OWN), and currently writes on a streaming service series she created. Chloé has been a Black List screenwriters lab fellow and Women In Film Production program fellow as writer/director of the short film SIGNAL. When she’s not writing, she’s likely baking pies and cookies. MFA: NYU Tisch Dramatic Writing Program. www.chloehung.com @thisthatchloe