Angela Kang Biography
Angela Kang is an American television writer. Currently she is serving as Showrunner on the AMC horror drama series The Walking Dead. She will continue as showrunner for the upcoming season 10. She also worked on the FX series Terriers.
Angela Kang Age
Angela was born on March 23, 1976 in Irvine California. She is 43 years old as of 2019.
Angela Kang Parents
Angela was born and raised in Irvine, California. Her parents are immigrant working-class of Korean descent. Not much is known about her parents and siblings. In 1998 she received a Bachelor of Arts in English and Theater from Occidental College in Los Angeles, California.
After which Angela had several short stories and poems published, and also wrote a number of plays. Eventually she went back to school where she received a Master of Fine Arts degree in screenwriting from the University of Southern California where she was the recipient of the Annenberg Graduation Fellowship.
Angela Kang Husband
Angela has a low-key romantic life with limited information about her love affairs. She has a son named Ethan where the father of her son is unknown. Nevertheless, Angela is indeed single and not married.
Angela Kang Walking Dead
Angela first joined the show as a story editor and later writer in Season 2, being upped to producer at the beginning of Season 3 in 2011. She was promoted to co-executive producer at the outset of Season 5. Among the episodes of the show she has written is the Season 2 episode “Judge, Jury, Executioner,” the Season 4 episode “Still,” and the Season 7 episode “The Cell.” She also co-wrote the Season 4 finale with Gimple and showrunner for the ninth season in 2018.
Angela’s first job in the television industry came when she worked as an intern for the ABC medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice. Her first job was as a staff writer for the unaired NBC post-apocalyptic series Day One. She got the job coming out of graduate school. Shortly thereafter, Angela was hired as a staff writer on the short-lived FXseries Terriers, of which she wrote two episodes.
Apart from working on The Walking Dead and other shows, Angela also starred on the Talking Dead. This is a talk show talking about the Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead from 2011 to 2019. She also wrote the short films Slow Pitch in Relief (2009) and Harlequin (2004).
Angela Kang Walking Dead Episodes
2.06 – “Secrets”
2.11 – “Judge, Jury, Executioner”
3.05 – “Say the Word”
3.11 – “I Ain’t a Judas”
4.02 – “Infected”
4.12 – “Still”
4.16 – “A” (co-written with Scott M. Gimple)
5.03 – “Four Walls and a Roof” (co-written with Corey Reed)
5.08 – “Coda”
5.15 – “Try”
6.03 – “Thank You”
6.10 – “The Next World” (co-written with Corey Reed)
6.13 – “The Same Boat”
7.03 – “The Cell”
7.07 – “Sing Me a Song” (co-written with Corey Reed)
7.09 – “Rock in the Road”
7.14 – “The Other Side”
7.16 – “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life” (co-written with Scott M. Gimple and Matthew Negrete)
8.05 – “The Big Scary U” (co-written with Scott M. Gimple and David Leslie Johnson)
8.06 – “The King, the Widow, and Rick” (co-written with Corey Reed)
8.08 – “How It’s Gotta Be” (co-written with David Leslie Johnson)
8.10 – “The Lost and the Plunderers” (co-written with Channing Powell and Corey Reed)
8.13 – “Do Not Send Us Astray” (co-written with Matthew Negrete)
8.16 – “Wrath” (co-written with Scott M. Gimple and Matthew Negrete)
9.01 – “A New Beginning”
9.16 – “The Storm” (co-written with Matthew Negrete)
Angela Kang Net Worth
Angela has garnered a huge amount of money from her work especially from being an editor and writer of The Walking Dead. However, she has not yet disclosed her estimated net worth.
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