Emily Kuroda's theatre credits include: Boston’s Huntington Theater and Atlanta’s Alliance Theater doing Tiger Style! by Mike Lew, directed by Mortiz Von Stuelpnagel; East West Players; Playwright’s Arena; South Coast Rep; New York’s Public Theater; La Jolla Playhouse; Seattle Rep; Singapore Repertory Theater; Berkeley Repertory Theater; Doolittle Theater; Los Angeles Theater Center; Zephyr Theater; LA Women’s Shakespeare Company; and the Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival. TV series include Mrs. Kim on Gilmore Girls, Drop Dead Diva (Margaret Cho's mother), Rufang in Sony’s Sequestered and Under One Roof with Favor Flav. Films include Red, Sensei, and Take the 10 as Andy Samberg's Nanny. She is the recipient of five Dramalogue Awards, a Garland Award for outstanding performance, an L.A. Ovation award nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Play, a Playwright’s Arena Award, an East West Players Rae Creevey Award, and the Entertainment Today Best Actress Award for her performance in Winter People.