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Smith Taeyang Carl

SMITH TAEYANG CARL (Tam alt.) Smith Taeyang Carl can’t believe his first audition led to his professional debut as Tam in Miss Saigon. Yet, here he is! Smith is a sweet, imaginative and surprisingly loud little boy who loves to tell funny stories and silly jokes. He thanks Mom, Dad, Emma, Clara and Bilbo the Shih Tzu for their love, support and encouragement. And Tara Rubin Casting and MMG talent for this incredible opportunity.

Ryker Huetter

RYKER HUETTER (Tam alt.) Ready to melt your hearts, Ryker has modeled for Babies R Us, Toys R Us, “I Love New York” ads, and has appeared on Sesame Street. Ryker loves the beach. He dedicates his performances to Dad and Mom and Ate Camillia. Thanks to family, CP Talent Management and JGD Talent Agency for dreaming big with him. @theHUETTERfam

Haven Je

HAVEN JE (Tam alt.) Haven is excited to be making her professional debut with this amazing cast! Her parents met on tour with this show almost 20 years ago – making her the first “Saigon baby” to play the role of Tam! Thanks to Tara Rubin Casting and Cameron Mackintosh Ltd. “HUGGIE, HUGGIE, SQUEEZE” to Mama, Dada, Harper and her puppy Kaia! @officialhavenje

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Adalynn Ng

ADALYNN NG (Tam alt.) Adalynn is excited to make her professional debut as Tam. She got her start as a print model in ads such as The Children’s Place, Nickelodeon and Jordache. In addition to acting and singing, Adalynn enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Thanks to her family, friends and Talent Agency Nouveaux for their support.

 

Reviews

Los Angeles Daily News – 07/25/2019

“…her son Tam (the tiny, focused, heart-stealing Adalynn Ng on the night reviewed).”

San Diego Union Tribune – 07/11/2019

“But with Saigon falling, and Kim already betrothed to the ferociously possessive Thuy (Jinwoo Jung, a brooding and commanding presence), separation is inevitable. The musical fast-forwards three years, and the question becomes whether the pair will ever reunite — and what will become of Kim’s young son, Tam (played on opening night by the quietly charming 4-year-old pro Fin Moulding).”

Focus Mid Tenn – 06/05/2019

“The one who stole the show, and the hearts of the entire audience, was Haven Je in the role of Tam. ‘Saigon’ is Je’s professional debut and her parents met on tour with Miss Saigon 20 years ago.”

KDHX – 05/01/2019

“Tyler Dunn elicits much sympathy as the shy, bright-eyed Tam (a role shared with three other young actors)…”

Lansing City Pulse – 03/14/2019

“The rest of the cast, including…Ryder Khatiwala as Kim’s son, Tam, are essential in their limited roles.”

Broadway World Buffalo – 02/27/2019

“…Tam, played beautifully by Jace Chen…”

Buffalo News – 02/27/2019

“Add to the mix, Jace Chen, one of four children who alternate in the role of Tam, who gets tossed about the stage like a sack of flour. He is as adorable a child as any who has ever appeared on any stage.”

Buffalo Rising – 02/27/2019

“The kid(s) who play Tam, the 3-year-old son of Chris and Kim is (are) unbelievably cute.”

Cleveland.com – 02/01/2019

“Tyler Dunn, one of four darlings alternating the role, has perfected the art of remaining perfectly still while being sung at and slung around like a sack of potatoes. He earnes the loudest applause at Wednesday’s curtain call.”

BroadwayWorld Cleveland – 01/31/2019

“Young Jace Chen was appealing as Kim and Chris’s son. (The part is multi-cast so different audiences will see different Tams.)”

CarolinaCurtainCall.com – 01/18/2019

“…on this evening played by the winsome youngster Tyler Dunn…”

The Rogers Revue – 12/16/18

“I will admit that the performance I saw, Tam was played by Fin Moudling, who was absolutely adorable and had the audience giving Tam a standing ovation!”

Chicago Theatre & Concert Reviews – 11/20/2018

“And little Jace Chen (alternating with four other child actors) is heartbreaking and totally focused, innocently portraying Tam, Kim and Chris’ son.”

Around the Town Chicago – 11/17/2018

“I am not certain which of the five children played Tam (the child) so I will mention them all: Jace Chen, Ryder Khatiwala, Fin Moulding, Melanie Ramirez and Sarah Ramirez. On opening night, Ryder did the role. Great stage presence!”

Vmedia Backstage – 10/15/2018

“First grader Jace Chen is a charm as the tiny, innocent Tam.”

For All Events – 10/12/2018

“Special credit, not incidentally, belongs to the child actor who portrays Tam (Fin Moulding on opening night, four others on different evenings and matinees), who’s cruelly labeled a ‘half-breed.’ She’s totally believable in a wordless but clinging, emotionally agonizing role.”

The Mercury News – 10/12/2018

“Four-year-old Fin Moulding is adorably impassive as Kim’s child Tam, alternating in the role with four other kids.”

Tour Schedule

Event Information:

  • Tue
    29
    Jan
    2019
    Sun
    17
    Feb
    2019

    Cleveland, OH

    KeyBank State Theater at Playhouse Square

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