Eric Cheung
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Eric Cheung

Fleet Captain, Male, 38, from Boston, MA

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  • About

    Sex:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Nov 10, 1981 (Age: 38)
    Location:
    Boston, MA
    Interests:
    • Star Trek: The Original Series
    • Star Trek: The Animated Series
    • Star Trek: The Next Generation
    • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
    • Star Trek: Enterprise
    • Star Trek Movies
    [FONT=arial][COLOR=rgb(34, 34, 34)]Eric's early experiences with plays include George Kittredge in a high school production of "The Philadelphia Story," and originating Bart Ling in Bevan Lew's "Three Tea Cups," he's had myriad performing experiences, including stand-up (NBC's Stand Up for Diversity Showcase) and his own benefit showcase for the 2004 Tsunami victims, improv at iO West, and sketch as a regular on The Comedy Studio's "Erin Judge Presents..." and as a cadet sitting behind Kirk in Star Trek (2009). You may have heard him in audiobooks for Learning Ally, or on and off the air promoting WGBH.

    Through Post-Meridian Radio Players, he has investigated the case of Jekyll & Hyde, joined the Pimpernel League, been twice jailed by Poirot (once acquitted), crushed by the House of Usher, and sacrificed himself for his World War II protégé. He decided it safer, in the spring of 2016, just to read you Alice’s adventures.

    Since then, he's become a regular performer with the Mrs. Hawking series of plays, played David Henry Hwang's father in Yellow Face, directed for Playwrights Platform, and captained a space station in his first Shakespeare play, Love's Labour's Lost (in Space)!

    He's also protested for the Rally to Restore Sanity, Occupy Boston, against Prop 8 in 2008, during the 2016 primaries, and for Black Lives Matter.[/COLOR][/FONT]