Nhi Do is an actor on the 2009 film, Watchmen. A triple threat performer originally hailing from Victora, British Columbia, Nhi Do is an actor, producer and director.
Nhi's love of performance and singing brought years of musical theatre while her insatiable need to make others laugh brought her to the competitive stages of the Canadian Improv Games.
Nhi swiftly crossed over from the stage to film and television upon her arrival to Vancouver and since then has worked on a variety of productions including WB's Watchmen, alongside Billy Crudup (Almost Famous) and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead), SyFy's Eureka, Lifetime's Stranger with My Face, Hallmark's Magic Stocking, and the award-winning indie feature, Mulligans.
On stage, Nhi performed as one of the leads in the Jessie Richardson award-nominated Canadian premiere of Heathers: The Musical. Recent projects include: WB/Stage13's La Quinceañera, Rococode's Can't Get Enough music video, and as the title lead role for Shaftesbury's Upstairs Amy.
In addition to acting, Nhi has a BA in English Literature with a minor in Film Studies from the University of Victoria and recently completed the Summer Training Congress at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
When not acting, Nhi teaches students while co-hosting and directing a talk/variety webseries called Dog's Breakfast.