André Dae Kim

André Dae Kim


André Dae Kim was born on Dec 02, 1996 in Canada. André Dae Kim's big-screen debut came with Degrassi: Don't Look Back directed by Philip Earnshaw in 2015, strarring Winston Chu (as Andre Kim). André Dae Kim is known for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds directed by Chris Fisher, Melissa Navia stars as Erica Ortegas and Anson Mount as Captain Christopher Pike. The upcoming new tvshow André Dae Kim plays is Vampire Academy - Season 1 which will be released on Sep 15, 2022.

In 2022, actor on the rise Andre Dae Kim will star in Peacock's brand-new supernatural thriller series, "Vampire Academy." Slated to premiere on September 15th, 2022, and based on the bestselling books by Richelle Mead, "Vampire Academy" is set in a world of privilege and glamour, where two young women's friendship transcends their strikingly different classes as they prepare to complete their education and enter royal vampire society. Andre shines as Christian Ozera, an intelligent, thoughtful, yet snarky Royal Moroi vampire who has become an outcast and shunned by high society due to his parent's unforgivable societal sins. Well-read and hungry for knowledge, he searches for faith-based answers and discovers a kindred spirit who is also looking for the truth. In addition to "Vampire Academy," Andre recently held a recurring role Netflix's hit series "Locke & Key," and starred as Chief Kyle in the critically acclaimed, Emmy nominated Paramount+ series "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds."Andre landed his first big break joining the cast of the Canadian YA drama series "Degrassi: The Next Generation" in the thirteenth season. From 2013-15, he starred as smart and sarcastic high school student Winston Chu, an instant fan favorite. Andre went on to reprise the role in "Degrassi: Next Class" from 2016-17 and appeared in the film "Degrassi: Don't Look Back" in 2015. Post "Degrassi," Andre landed roles on "Schitt's Creek" for CBC/PopTV, "Salvation" for CBS, "American Gods" for Starz, "Northern Rescue" opposite Kathleen Robertson and "The Hardy Boys" for Hulu. In film, Andre starred in the short drama "Whistleblower" (2018) as Tim, a distraught teenager who struggles with being able to trust the people around him after documenting a humiliating incident that involved older students.Born in Edmonton, Alberta and raised in the Toronto area, Andre grew up with an innate love for film. While both of his parents are not in the entertainment industry, the trio loved to watch movies with favorites being the "Indiana Jones" franchise and "Lord of the Rings." Andre was also drawn to Japanese animation, noting Ghibli's "Totoro" and "Kiki's Delivery Service" as two of his favorites. Andre attended a high school that was rooted in the arts, furthering his interest in the craft. Upon graduation he began auditioning for local acting roles in the Toronto area, and he has been working ever since.When he isn't on set you can find Andre gaming, playing volleyball, and he also loves anime and is an avid foodie. He is also experienced in martial arts, jiu-jitsu, and can play the guitar as well as the Ukulele. Andre currently lives in the Toronto area.

  • Birthday

    Dec 02, 1996
  • Place of Birth

    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • Also known

    Andre Kim