Richard Lam is a Toronto-based Actor, Writer, Musician, and Sound Designer. Originally from Vancouver, Richard obtained his B.A. in Political Science at UBC before training in the BFA in Acting program at the University of Alberta. Richard was a company member at Soulpepper Theatre for four years, where he trained at the Soulpepper Academy in a split actor/musician stream under Director of Music Mike Ross. At Soulpepper, he appeared in 15 stage productions and concerts, and joined the company on tours to the Charlottetown Festival and Off-Broadway in New York City. He has also worked for many other theatres across Canada, including the Stratford Festival, Citadel Theatre, Canadian Stage, Bat Hats Theatre, Coal Mine Theatre, Buddies In Bad Times, Talk Is Free Theatre, and Outside The March. In 2019, Richard wrote, performed, and composed music for his first original play, The Little Prince: Reimagined, and received Dora Award nominations for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance.