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Born and raised in Zambia, Africa, Lawrence Kao began his road to artistic inclination with an interest in African cultural dancing, dancing used to ward off danger and to ask for prosperity.  Within a year, enthusiasts from multiple dance conservatories began to take notice of his prodigious capacity to express feelings and emotions in a celebratory manner.  And finally, at the age of 5, Lawrence, or Lorenzo, as they began to call him, started performing philanthropic one-man productions in third world countries, in order to express his concern for political rights and civil liberties.  I’m just kidding.

But he is an aspiring actor and he did get a wordpress page.

And now you have to read his shit.

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19 Comments

  1. Yo Lawrence,

    Are you teaching dance at all? Do you respond to people’s comments? btw, i would have believed the zambia part of ur story had u not said u were kidding.

    Max

    • hah….whatup man. yeah i teach these little kids at some dance conservatory in yorba linda.

  2. Wow. I read this and actually believed it, and thought to myself, “Dang, he never told me all THAT.” Owned.

    Kudos on the new blog though and I look forward to reading more. 🙂

  3. i love all the things you do

  4. love yaa man

  5. hey lawrence. just signed up to your blog cause you r one interesting mother shut yo face!

  6. Are you a Chinese American?

  7. The descendants of dragon!! In addition to Korean, I also saw you as Asian actors appear in the Walking Dead ,,Your act is very good,,come on!! Chinese people suppot you!

    • And can you reply to me confidently?

      • Haha I don’t know how to do that

      • Do what you’re good at, such as dancing and performing,And stick it out!Descendants of the Dragon bless you !

  8. When’s your birthday?

    Lawrence?!

  9. Your a very brilliant actor. I wish you put more videos on Youtube!! And I also believed that you were born in Zambia! total FAIL! I’m Zimbabwean – Canadian! And I got excited for nothing! Nice joke mate. 😀

  10. I see a Chinese painting in your bedroom thourgh the video,It s yours?i like it very much,,by the way ,can you speak Chinese?

    • yeah I can speak mandarin fluently and understand a little bit of cantonese.

  11. hello ,Lawrence ,i show your pictures in chinese website about walking dead,and many people like you,here is address http://tieba.baidu.com/p/2176819209


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