Korean actor Kim Joon-sung has signed with a Hollywood agency that manages Halle Berry, according to his agency on Monday.
The actor signed a management deal with agency Vincent Cirrincione Associates for his acting career in the United States, Forestar Entertainment said in a press release.
"We expect Kim's career to take off in Hollywood now that he has signed with a major management agency in the U.S.," an official at Forestar was quoted as saying. He also went on to say that Kim has been receiving offers from major U.S. networks to appear in television dramas.
He recently wrapped up filming a low-budget film "Forgotten", in which he plays FBI agent Henry Cho, and a short film titled "The Grey Coat", which was directed by famous commercial and music video director Bob Giraldi. "Forgotten" is currently showing at the Playhouse West Film Festival.
The 34-year-old actor, who was born in Hong Kong and went to college in the U.S., is fluent in four languages including English, Cantonese and Mandarin. He debuted in 2001 in a Korean version of the popular musical "The Rocky Horror Show" and starred in the movie "The Scam" earlier this year.