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Audiences may know him for his dramatic work as forensic psychiatrist Dr. George Huang on 15 seasons of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit;” as the cyber-terrorist Whiterose, a transgender woman who also presents as a man as China’s Minister of State Security, in “Mr.
Robot;” or the villainous Hugo Strange in the superhero crime drama “Gotham.”
Wong, for his part, wasn’t taking up that same level of side gigs in his 20s.
He tells CNBC Make It his first non-acting job was at a Mrs. Fields Cookies counter and recalls other side jobs like collecting tickets and managing house at an off-Broadway theater in New York City.
But before his acting career took off in his late 20s, Wong relates to the “Nora From Queens” narrative of having the support of his family to launch his life beyond the home — namely in the form of a $500 loan from his parents.
At the time, Wong was living in Los Angeles, when his agent came to him with a role for a new play in New York City.
After reading just part of the script, Wong knew he had to audition.
He tells Wilson: “I called my parents and said, ‘I don’t have money to go to an audition that I have no idea what will happen.
In 1988, “M. Butterfly” won a Tony award for best play, and Wong took home a trophy for the category of best actor.
But there have been numerous major achievements in recent years, including Awkwafina’s own rising star power and her historic Golden Globes win for best actress in a musical or comedy in 2019’s “The Farewell.”
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