Feodor Chin (born August 18, 1974) is an American actor, writer and director. Chin starred as the antagonist "Benny" in Juwan Chung's Baby opposite David Huynh, the protagonist. Baby won a Special Jury Award for Best Feature Length Film, Narrative at the 2007 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. He has also starred as Keye Luke in Timothy Tau's short film bio-pic about the Actor and Artist, which premiered at the 2012 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Under his banner Iron Oxide Productions, Chin also Wrote, Directed and Starred in a short film entitled "Spice It Up" which won an Audience Choice Award at the 2011 HollyShorts Film Festival. Chin has Written, Produced and Starred in a TV Pilot entitled "Golden Boy", and Directed by William Lu, which has screened at Film Festivals such as the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Chin was born and raised in San Francisco, California, and is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles. He has also trained at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Chin has appeared on TV Shows such as Nash Bridges and General Hospital, has done voicework for video games such as New Legends, films such as Dominic Mah's What If People Died and Phil Gorn's S.F., short films such as William Lu's ATF: Asian Task Force, and Web Series such as Andrea Lwin's Slanted (playing "Truman", Andrea's brother) as well as Timothy Tau's "Quantum Cops" (as "Bronson Law"). He also has performed voicework for audiobooks such as Timothy Dalrymple's Jeremy Lin: The Reason for the Linsanity and received an Earphones Award from AudioFile for his narration of Snakehead by Patrick Raden Keefe and has provided narrations for "Books on Tapes" selections including Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, Joyful Wisdom, Journey of a Thousand Miles, and The Physics of the Impossible. Chin has also appeared on stage at The Colony Theater as "Jinwu" in Climbing Everest, A Winter People, Chay Yew's adaptation of The Cherry Orchard at the Boston Court in Pasadena, and various plays with the Lodestone Theatre Ensemble, including Claim to Fame, Grace Kim and the Spiders from Mars, Ten to Life, Choke, in the Company of Angels production of Henry Ong's Fabric and in Chalk Repertory Theater's productions of The Debate Over Courtney O'Connell of Columbus, and in Anton Chekov's Three Sisters (as Andrei Sergeevich Prozorov) opposite Joy Osmanski and Ricardo Antonio Chavira, which was staged at the Historic Masonic Lodge at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles.