Feodor Chin Net Worth

He is also a producer, known for The People I've Slept With (2009). He has been married to his wife, actress and writer, Amy Hill, since 2006. Feodor Chin is an American actor, writer, and producer born in San Francisco, California on August 18, 1974. He is best known for his roles in Overwatch (2016), Lopez (2016), and New Girl (2011). He is also a producer, having worked on The People I've Slept With (2009). He has been married to his wife, actress and writer Amy Hill, since 2006.
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Who is it? Actor, Writer, Producer
Birth Day August 18, 1974
Birth Place  San Francisco, California, United States
Feodor Chin age 49 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Virgo
Occupation Actor, writer, director, voiceover artist, producer
Years active 2000–present
Website http://www.imdb.me/feodorchin

💰 Net worth

Feodor Chin, a renowned actor, writer, and producer hailing from the United States, is projected to have a net worth range of $100K to $1M by 2024. With his undeniable talent and impressive body of work, Chin has accrued significant wealth over the years. With numerous acting credits to his name, along with his prowess as a writer and producer, he has undoubtedly made a mark in the entertainment industry. As he continues to push boundaries and captivate audiences with his multifaceted skills, it comes as no surprise that his net worth continues to grow.

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Chin has also written a pilot, along with Will Henning, for a TV series tentatively titled Chinatown Squad, about a police squad responsible for cleaning up corruption in 1890 San Francisco Chinatown and which Stephane Gauger directed and produced. In it, he stars as Pistol Pete, a Chinatown mob boss who dons European clothes, a character who is also based on the real-life historical figure of Little Pete. The pilot also stars Baby co-stars David Huynh and Robert Wu, as well as Kelvin Han Yee. He received an Honorable Mention for the screenplay at the 2014 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival - Project Catalyst.


Chin played the antagonist "Benny" in Juwan Chung's Baby opposite the protagonist "Baby," played by David Huynh - the film won a Special Jury Award for Best Feature Length Film, Narrative at the 2007 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, among other accolades. He also starred as Keye Luke in Timothy Tau's short film bio-pic Keye Luke, which screened at the 2012 and 2013 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, the DisOrient Film Festival, the Asian American International Film Festival, and which was also Closing Night Film of the inaugural 2013 Seattle Asian American Film Festival. Chin has also appeared in independent films such as Byron Q's Raskal Love (as Vanna Fut's father), Dominic Mah's What If People Died and Phil Gorn's S.F., short films such as william Lu's ATF: Asian Task Force (as well as an appearance in william Lu's feature film Comfort), and web Series such as Timothy Tau's Quantum Cops (as "Bronson Law") and Andrea Lwin's Slanted (playing "Truman", Andrea's brother).


Under his banner Iron Oxide Productions, Chin also wrote, directed and starred in the short film "Spice It Up", which won an Audience Choice Award at the 2011 HollyShorts Film Festival. Chin wrote, produced and starred in the TV Pilot "Golden Boy" (directed by william Lu), which has screened at film festivals such as the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and the DisOrient Film Festival.


As a Writer, and in addition to writing Chinatown Squad, Golden Boy and Spice It Up!, Chin has also written, along with Jolene Kim, a pilot script for the TV project "Diamond Head", which won 1st Runner Up in the "Hawaii" category of the 12th Annual CAPE (Coalition for Asian Pacifics in Entertainment) New Writer Awards in 2012.


Chin has also done voicework for video and computer games, most notably voicing the robot monk Zenyatta in Blizzard Entertainment's game, Overwatch, as well as Splinter in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. He has also done voices for games such as Square Enix's Sleeping Dogs (as Tran), Blizzard Entertainment's World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria (as Mudmug), 2K Games' XCOM: Enemy Unknown (as Shaojie Zhang) and XCOM 2, the 2013 game based on the Alien franchise, Aliens: Colonial Marines (as Weyland Yutani), The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and THQ's New Legends.