Xana Tang is a Chinese-Vietnamese actor who was born in New Zealand. She studied at the Auckland University of Technology and holds Bachelor degree in Communication Studies. Xana Tang made her screen breakthrough at sixteen years old as 'Spit' in director Michael Bennett's award-winning feature film Matariki. Following this, she was cast as a lead in Thedownlowconcept's Greyhound racing television comedy Hounds. The show went on to win Best Television Comedy Series at the 2012 New Zealand Film and Television Awards. Her notable screen roles since include; The Almighty Johnsons, Power Rangers, and Cherry, a major supporting role, in both seasons of the television drama Filthy Rich. In 2017, Xana made her Australian screen debut when she was cast in the highly anticipated Australian comedy series - The Letdown. Xana speaks fluent English and Cantonese and studied Mandarin for five years.