The Kid Detective

1 hr 37 min

R

A once-celebrated kid detective, now 31, continues to solve the same trivial mysteries between hangovers and bouts of self-pity. Until a naive client brings him his first 'adult' case, to find out who brutally murdered her boyfriend.

  • Please allow approximately 20 extra minutes for pre-show and trailers before the show starts.1 hr 37 minR
  • Oct 16, 2020
  • Comedy

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Cast & Crew

  • Tzi MaMr. Chang

    For more than four decades, Tzi Ma (pronounced "TAI MA") has blazed new trails for the representation of Asian Americans in Hollywood. Celebrated for his uncanny versatility, his body of work encompasses virtually every genre across film, television and theater. From big budget studio pictures like Disney's Mulan and the Rush Hour series to acclaimed independent films like The Farewell and Meditation Park, Ma's unforgettable performances have garnered unanimous critical acclaim and honors throughout his groundbreaking career. Long outspoken on issues of racism and media inclusivity, Ma has been a leading voice for the Asian American community. Despite the limited number of parts for actors of Asian descent during the early part of his career, Ma vehemently refused to perform roles that he considered demeaning or stereotypical. This unwavering stance helped kickstart a newfound consciousness in Hollywood that has transformed the way Asian American characters are portrayed. Born in Hong Kong and raised in Staten Island, Ma worked at a family-owned Chinese restaurant while honing his craft in the New York theater scene. During this period, he worked with then-emerging playwrights David Henry Hwang and Eric Overmyer; who both wrote plays specifically for Ma (The Dance and the Railroad and In Perpetuity Throughout the Universe, respectively). In 1978, Ma made his screen debut alongside Jack Palance and Andy Warhol in the cult classic Cocaine Cowboys directed by Ulli Lommel. Throughout the 1980s, Ma continued to perform in regional and off-Broadway productions while appearing as a guest star on hit television programs like The Cosby Show, The Equalizer, LA Law, MacGyver and Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the 1990s, Ma became a ubiquitous presence on the big screen with supporting roles in such major releases as Robocop 2, Rapid Fire, Chain Reaction, Dante's Peak and Rush Hour. As the new millennium began, Ma balanced a prolific film and television career in which he appeared in over 25 shows between 2000 and 2009, including NYPD Blue, ER, Law & Order and 24. During this time, Ma also began diversifying his roles on the silver screen with a range of unconventional characters. In addition to critically-praised performances in such prestige projects as Phillip Noyce's The Quiet American starring Michael Caine and Joel and Ethan Coen's The Ladykillers starring Tom Hanks, Ma also began appearing in independent features by up-and-coming Asian American and Asian Canadian filmmakers. Throughout the 2010s, Ma had scene-stealing roles in Million Dollar Arm, Arrival and The Farewell as well as recurring parts in major TV shows such as 24: Live Another Day, Hell on Wheels and The Man in the High Castle. He also branched out into voice work with roles on animated shows like American Dad! and video games like Sleeping Dogs. In 2017, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television nominated Ma for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance as a suspected philandering husband in Mina Shum's acclaimed drama Meditation Park. At the dawn of a new decade, Ma's continues to be in high demand as his career reaches unprecedented new heights. Recently, his performance as a dispassionate father and divorcee in Netflix's Tigertail earned him rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. Later this year, he'll be seen in one of his most high profile roles to date as the father of the titular character in Disney's action adventure Mulan.
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  • Wendy CrewsonMrs. Applebaum

    Wendy Crewson was born on May 9, 1956 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada as Wendy Jane Crewson. She is an actress and producer, known for Air Force One (1997), The Covenant (2006) and Room (2015). She was previously married to Michael Murphy.
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  • ADAM BRODYAbe Applebaum

    Adam Jared Brody was born and raised in San Diego, California, the son of Valerie Jill (Siefman), a graphic artist, and Mark Alan Brody, a lawyer. His parents, both originally from Michigan, are both from Jewish families (from Russia and Poland). Adam spent a lot of his teen years hanging out with his friends, having fun and surfing. Upon graduation, he convinced his parents to allow him to attend college in Los Angeles. However, instead of enrolling in school, he hired an acting coach, signed with a talent manager and soon landed the lead in the NBC movie-of-the-week, Growing Up Brady (2000), playing Barry Williams (Greg Brady). Soon after, Brody was cast as the lead, Zack Altman, in the MTV series Much Ado About Whatever (2001). His television credits also include the recurring role of Coop in ABC's Once and Again (1999); a recurring role as Dave Rygalski in The WB's Gilmore Girls (2000); and standout guest-starring roles in Judging Amy (1999), Family Law (1999) and Smallville (2001). Brody then starred in the Fox series The O.C. (2003), portraying Seth Cohen, which made him famous. In addition to starring in the comedy Grind (2003), Brody's feature film credits include a minor role in the thriller The Ring (2002), a lead role in the drama Missing Brendan (2003), and supporting roles in the action film Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) and the comedy-drama Thank You for Smoking (2005).
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  • MAURICE DEAN WINTActor

  • Peter MacNeillPrincipal Erwin

  • Sophie NelisseActor