Intae Kim is a minor actor on How to Get Away with Murder, who portrays the role of Detective Fisher.



Born and raised in the Boston area, Intae moved to California to attend college at UC Berkeley, where he would graduate with dual degrees in English and Theater. Near the end of his college career, Intae's award-winning performance in Philip Kan Gotanda's "After the War Blues" caught the attention of Presidential Medal of the Arts recipient Luis Valdez, who subsequently invited the actor aboard "Valley of the Heart" - the celebrated writer/director's first new play in over a decade. Soon after the play finished its run, Intae moved to Los Angeles, where he lives now and continues to work on stage and screen, in projects ranging from Jordan Peele and Charlie Sanders' wacky "Weird City" to the gritty inaugural HBO Visionaries competition winner, "Monday."[1]


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