|Real Name||Kieran Tamondong.|
|In Limelight||Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.|
|Birth Date||June 15, 2001.|
|Birth Place||Los Angeles.|
|Parents||Father: Patrick Tamondong.|
Pounds: 145 lbs.
|Height||In feet: 5' 9".|
In centimeters: 175 cm.
In meters: 1.75 m.
|Training||Rising Sun Karate.|
LYTE Dance Studio.
XMA World Headquarters.
|Television||Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.|
Ryan's Mystery Playdate.
Gwen's World of Weird.
Little Big Shots.
|Movie||Naruto: Kakashi vs. Obito.|
The Paper Tigers.
|Net Worth||197.98 K USD.|
Kieran Tamondong (born on June 15, 2001) is a 21 years old young Filipino actor currently living in Los Angeles, California; he has been in and out of the limelight due to his martial arts skills and acting career.
As a skilled athlete, he has won the title of martial arts world champion 17 times, but recently he has been the talk of the town not for his Karate skills but for a role he bagged in a series.
Tamondong was seen playing the character Konerak Sinthasomphone in the biography crime drama, “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” he plays a 14-year-old Latino kid who ends up being one of the victims of the sadistic serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
He is seen alongside some well-known faces, like Evan Peters as the lead, Richard Jenkins and Michael Beach, and this is one of the breakthrough roles Kieran was patiently waiting for.
What is Kieran Tamondong Ethnicity?
Kieran Tamondong was born on June 15, 2001, and grew up in Los Angeles, along with his mother, father, Patrick Tamondong, and two beautiful sisters, Sage Tamondong, is the younger one, and Sydney Tamondong is an excellent tennis player who has made headline cover on The Signal.
It’s his family that always encouraged him and supported him in his journey; taking a keen interest in martial arts, Kieran began training at the age of five at Rising Sun Karate in Stevenson Ranch, he specialized in Kata.
He made the Junior US Team and went on to represent the country in international karate tournaments, once in Pan Americans in Ecuador and at the Jr World Championships in Chile. Along with his honor, he has also won a total of 24 Division Championships in Black Belt Forms and 8 Grand Championships.
This rising star’s primary focus is school and the competition circuit, but he is open to opportunities and getting a chance to get involved in arts and entertainment, along with showcasing his skills in martial arts, is all Tamondong has ever wanted.
Kieran has not limited himself to just sports but has expanded his talents to dance and acting as well; he learned to dance from LYTE Dance Studio and went on to study Theatrical Martial Arts at XMA World Headquarters from Mike Chat, extending his knowledge to acting by joining, Simply Acting and took coaching from Kaley Hummel and Sandra Merrill.
From Karate to Acting
Kieran’s first appearance in front of a camera was in a 2017 Music Video by Michelle Delamor; it was a video related to Martial Arts, which the young talent happily agreed to perform.
He was then seen in several TV commercials where he was the lead in all of them; a few noteworthy ads would be a clip for Skechers where he showed off his parkour skills; that ad was loved so much that it was aired over 700 times, he was then seen in two ads for Power Rangers Ninja Steel and for a Skechers / Nerf Collaboration, he was a leading face for Cadbury “Yowie” Chocolate, Asian World of Martial Arts and Anti-Smoking PSA too.
Tamondong stepped into mainstream media with his first TV series, “Gwen’s World of Weird,” where he played the role of Patrick and went on to do small roles here and there in projects like “Pushing Skills,” “Naruto: Kakashi vs. Obito,” he played Young Obito Uchiha and was also seen in, “Ryan’s Mystery Playdate,” as a Karate Blackbelt.
He won hearts when he was featured on the sixth episode of the NBC show “Little Big Shots” as The Karate Kid; he spent 25 minutes on the couch with the host Steve Harvey, teaching him a few moves, having fun and playing around, it was a delight for the audiences.
In 2020, Kieran’s life began changing when he landed his first feature film, “The Paper Tigers,” where he played Young Danny; this is not all; she is also seen dancing in the background of Beyoncé’s “Lemonade, Hold up” Music Video and in “Star Wars Kids,” as the lead Kylo-Ren.
Kieran Tamondong Q&A
Que: How old is Kieran Tamondong?
Ans: He is 21 years old.
Que: What role does Kieran Tamondong play in Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story?
Ans: He plays the role of Konerak Sinthasomphone.
Que: What is Kieran Tamondong’s height?
Que: What is Kieran Tamondong’s net worth?
Ans: 197.98 K USD.