Eric Lim

Eric is a 2019 graduate of Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, originally from Chicago. 


Screen credits include playing Hau in 'Ragdoll' (Sid Gentle Films, 2021), Xi Hin in TV series 'Infiniti' (Empreinte Digitale, 2021), Andrew Han in ‘Ghost Source Zero’ (Sony Pictures One, 2017), Mitchell in ‘Dark Island’ (Epic Pictures Group, 2010), ‘Automat’ (Sky Lab, 2019), ‘The Young and the Restless’ (CBS, 2017), ‘Codes and Conspiracies’ (American Heroes Channel, 2016), ‘Doomsday: 10 Ways the World Will End (The History Channel, 2016),‘Warrior POV’ (Military Channel, 2012), ‘Alternate History’ (Spike TV, 2011) and ‘When Aliens Attack’ (National Geographic, 2011).


Commercial credits include; Oculus, Delta Airlines, Metlife and Amway International.


Eric has also produced a number of films, including ‘The Man From Death’ in 2016, which opened to critical acclaim in Austin’s Fantastic Fest and appearing in a number of European film festivals, and feature length sci-fi thriller ‘Dark Island’ (Epic Pictures Group, 2010). He also produced ‘The Forge’ (2013), a short-film filled with dark fantasy elements to raise awareness for suicide-prevention. The film was launched in partnership with Rainn Wilson’s YouTube channel Soul Pancake, where it reached a half a million views. 


Eric has experience in Los Angeles’ Improv Comedy and Sketch scene, earning his way through the selective Upright Citizen’s Brigade’s Advanced Study initiative and regularly performing with various sketch and improv groups throughout the city during his time residing there.