Celebrate the A100, the most impactful Asian Pacific Leaders.

Jameela Jamil, Ginger Gonzaga, “Malia Arrayah” Nahinu, Trevor Salter, Benedict Wong, Anu Valia & Jessica Gao

Lead Cast & Creators of She Hulk: Attorney at Law

Jameela Jamil
Jameela Jamil is an actress, writer, host, and founder of I-Weigh. Jameela was first seen on American television starring as Tahani in Mike Schur’s Golden Globe-nominated NBC sitcom The Good Place, opposite Ted Danson and Kristen Bell. In 2022, Jameela joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where she originated the first on-screen role of the Marvel villain Titania in the series She Hulk: Attorney at Law, currently streaming on Disney+. She also joined the cast of DC Comics animated feature film DC League of Super-Pets voicing the role of Wonder Women, as well as the Star Trek spinoff series Star Trek: Prodigy voicing the role of Ensign Asencia, streaming on Paramount+. In November 2022, she joined the cast of Peacock’s comedy series Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin in the role of up-and-coming pop star Gisela, which just got picked up for a second season. Most recently, Jameela was a guest star in Poker Face, a murder mystery series directed by Rian Johnson currently streaming on Peacock. Up next, she will also host and executive produce Bad Dates, an original SmartLess Media podcast series in partnership with Amazon Music and Wondery, premiering March 2023 on all streaming platforms.

Off-screen, Jameela is a powerful mental health activist. In 2018, Jameela launched a movement and allyship platform called I Weigh — a platform and community of change makers who come together to share ideas, experiences and ultimately mobilize activism; exploring social issues that stem from mental health to climate change to the representation of marginalized groups. In April 2020, the I Weigh with Jameela Jamil podcast launched with Earwolf in which Jameela speaks to a variety of thought-leaders, performers, activists, influencers, and friends about their own experiences and stories with their mental health.

Ginger Gonzaga
Ginger Gonzaga is an actor, writer, improvisor and director. She is currently the lead of the new CBS/Paramount+ action-drama series True Lies, playing Helen Tasker, the anxious, albeit capable new spy. She also stars as Nikki in the Disney/Marvel series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law and with her comedic timing and improvisation, she has turned Nikki into a beloved new MCU fan favorite.

Gonzaga starred in memorable performances for HBO’s groundbreaking original series Togetherness from The Duplass Brothers and their musical for Room 104. After playing Maggie, the impressionable free spirit on Showtime’s I’m Dying Up Here, she joined the Michel Gondry directed series “Kidding” as Vivian, a sardonic but soulful cancer patient.

For Hulu’s Chance, she played the bilingual coyote Lorena (opposite Hugh Laurie and Ethan Suplee) and for Netflix’s Space Force, a satirical version of AOC dubbed “AYC” (opposite Steve Carrel and John Malkovich). Gonzaga was a regular on ABC’s Mixology and TBS’s Wrecked, as well as the host of Hulu’s comedic daily pop culture recap show The Morning After, for which she also wrote. Other television credits include recurring roles on FX’s “Legit,” Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie,” and “Blindspotting” on Starz.

Gonzaga’s film debut was in Seth MacFarlane’s popular 2012 comedy “Ted,” followed by Demetri Martin’s dramedy and Tribeca Film Festival Winner “Dean” (opposite Demetri Martin and Gillian Jacobs).

As a writer she has sold shows to Warner Brothers and HBO and made her directorial debut with the short film “Your Day” starring herself and Jason Ritter, which she also wrote.

Gonzaga received a B.A in Political Science/International Relations and a minor in Chinese from the UCSB, and trained at The Groundlings, Second City and the Upright Citizen Brigade. She’s proud Filipina member of the AAPI community and is forever grateful to represent her culture on screen.

Malia Arrayah Nahinu
Malia Arrayah Nahinu is from the Bay Area, CA and has a passion for storytelling that she hopes will lead her into many experiences within the creative fields of art and television.

Trevor Salter
Trevor Salter is best known for his scene stealing portrayal of “Josh” in Marvel’s She-Hulk, where he played the love interest to Tatiana Maslany. He became one of the first Filipino-American actors to enter the Marvel universe with this memorable role. His recent TV credits include guest star roles on Blue Bloods (CBS) and The Equalizer (CBS). Trevor is also an accomplished stage actor, having previously starred in Soft Power (The Public Theater) and Here Lies Love (The Public Theater). He is currently in rehearsals for Keiko Green’s Exotic Deadly: or the MSG Play (The Old Globe). Originally from San Diego, Trevor graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and was one of 16 actors chosen in the 2020 ABC/Disney Television Discovers Showcase.

Benedict Wong
Benedict Wong came to prominence in Stephen Frears 2002 feature film Dirty Pretty Things in which his acclaimed performance as Guo Yi earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the 2003 British Independent Film Awards. He went on to give notable big screen performances in Danny Boyle’s Sunshine, the Frank Cottrell-Boyce penned Grow Your Own, as well as Ridley Scott’s The Martian and Prometheus.

In recent years, Wong has become widely recognised for his performances as Sorcerer Supreme Wong in Doctor Strange, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, and in 2021 reprised the role for the year’s two highest grossing movies, Shan-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and Spiderman: No Way Home. 2022 saw Wong back again in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and most recently giving notable comedic performances in Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law on Disney+.

Outside of the MCU Wong starred as Kublai Khan in Netflix’s historical epic series Marco Polo, and later as Master Lin in the Russo Brothers’ Deadly Class. He has also portrayed Mr. Wickfield in Armando Ianucci’s The Personal History of David Copperfield, lent his vocal talents to the lovable warrior Tong in Disney’s Oscar nominated Raya and the Last Dragon and earned a Film Independent Spirit award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in his role as Kyo in Edson Oda’s directorial debut Nine Days.

Most recently Wong has been working on David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’ highly-anticipated sci-fi series The 3-Body Problem, and has voiced his second animation as the Magician in The Magician’s Nephew. He is also slated to once again return as Wong in Avengers: Secret Wars.

Anu Valia
Anu Valia is an American television and film director, writer, actress, and producer best known for writing and directing the short film Lucia, Before and After, which won the 2017 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Jury Award.

Jessica Gao
Jessica Gao is a Beijing-born, Los Angeles-raised writer/producer. She is the Creator, Executive Producer, and Head Writer of Marvel’s SHE-HULK: ATTORNEY AT LAW. Jessica previously was a writer for RICK & MORTY and won the 2018 Emmy Award for “Outstanding Animated Program” for writing the “Pickle Rick” episode. She is currently writing an art heist feature with Jimmy O. Yang and Ken Cheng for Warner Bros. Additionally with Jimmy O. Yang and Ken Cheng, she co-founded the production company Crab Club. Previously, Jessica has written on Comedy Central’s CORPORATE, HBO’s SILICON VALLEY, and ROBOT CHICKEN.