Rammel Chan (he/him/his) (Peter) is a writer, comedian and actor based in Chicago. Theatre credits include: Oblivion (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); The King of the Yees (Goodman Theatre & Kirk Douglas Theatre); Cambodian Rock Band (Victory Gardens Theatre); Tiger Style, Vietgone (Writers Theatre); A Red Line Runs Through It (The Second City u/s) Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (Next Act Theatre). 

Film & TV credits include: I Used to Go Here (dir. by Kris Rey); End of the Tour (dir. James Ponsoldt) and Cold War (dir. by Wilder Konschak and Stirling Mclaughlin); Crisis; Chicago Justice (NBC); Patriot; Utopia; The Jamz (AMAZON PRIME); The Red Line (CBS); The Big Leap; APB (FOX).  

Rammel is a Second City Bob Curry Fellow and a Kundiman Fiction Fellow. His short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s Science Fiction, Empyrean Literary Magazine, The Tiger Moth Review, and Riksha. He is part of the 2022-23 Playground Chicago writers pool and recently his full length play House of the Deaf received a reading at The Gift Theater as part of their In The Works series. 

Bio as of 2023

Rammel Chan (he/him/his) is a writer, actor and comedian based in Chicago.  On stage you’ve seen him at the Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, The Second City, iO, Victory Gardens Theater and Writers Theatre, among others.  You may have recently seen him playing Peter in the Lookingglass first act Zoom reading of Matthew Yee’s “Lucy and Charlie’s Honeymoon”.  He also co-starred in Kris Rey’s comedy “I Used To Go Here” now on HBOMax and on the CBS limited series “The Red Line”. 

Bio as of 2021