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Albert Tsai (born August 5, 2004) is the voice actor for Drew in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rüles (2022 film).

Personal Life[]

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Professional Life[]

Tsai's journey in the world of acting began in San Jose, California, where he was born and raised. Growing up bilingual, he fluently speaks Mandarin, which adds to his diverse talents. At the age of seven, Tsai discovered his passion for acting while participating in a school play, sparking the start of his acting career.

In 2013, Tsai made his television debut on the CBS series How I Met Your Mother, marking the beginning of a promising path. Later that same year, he landed a significant role as Bert Harrison in the critically acclaimed comedy series Trophy Wife. Portraying the adopted Chinese son of an attorney and his ex-wife, Tsai's performance garnered praise, earning him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the Critics' Choice Television Awards. The Huffington Post also recognized him as a Breakout TV Star of 2013.

Continuing to make waves in the industry, Tsai made guest appearances in shows like Benched on the USA Network and Hot in Cleveland on TV Land. He even ventured into stand-up comedy, making his debut on The Arsenio Hall Show.

In 2015, Tsai continued to showcase his talent with appearances in ABC's Fresh Off the Boat and starring in the film Grandma Money as Pope, a neglected and introverted 9-year-old. Later that year, he landed a significant role as Dave Park in the ABC comedy series Dr. Ken, portraying the son of the main character, Ken Park, played by Ken Jeong. Entertainment Weekly recognized his talent by naming him one of the 12 Best Child Actors of 2015.

Tsai's success extended into 2016 with guest appearances in The CW's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and lending his voice to a character on The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show. He also received recognition at the Young Entertainer Awards, where he won the title of Best Young Actor in a Television series.

As his career continued to flourish, Tsai made appearances in the pilot episode of 9JKL and became a series regular in CBS' family comedy. In 2018, he added yet another exciting role to his resume, portraying Fred in Disney Channel's live-action comedy Coop and Cami Ask the World.

The following year, Tsai's talent reached new heights as he starred as Peng in DreamWorks' animated feature film Abominable, a captivating adventure that captured the hearts of audiences.

Tsai's journey as an actor has been filled with notable achievements and recognition, and it is evident that his talent and dedication will continue to lead him to even greater success in the world of entertainment.

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