Yoson An
Yoson An is a Chinese-New Zealand Actor. He began his acting career in 2012, and has rapidly added an impressive collection of credits to his resume. Some of which include The Meg, Mortal Engines, and Mega Time Squad. Yoson made his Hollywood debut by playing the romantic lead in Disney’s Live-Action “Mulan” (2020). He was also most recently cast as a supporting lead in Lionsgate “The Plane”, starring alongside Gerard Butler, who also produced the movie.
Television highlights include the HBO Asia mini-series Grace; SBS’s crime thriller Dead Lucky, starring alongside Rachel Griffiths; Warner Bros. comedy series Fresh Eggs; BBC's The Luminaries; Roseanne Liang’s Creamerie on Hulu; and most recently the lead role at “Shing” in Goalpost Pictures’ New Gold Mountain streaming on Sundance Now.
When off camera, Yoson also works behind the scenes as a filmmaker. He executive produced “The Harvest” in 2021 with his Mulan costar Doua Moua, with the film set for festival circuits in 2022. He has also recently written his own short film “JOHN”, which he has directed and starred in.