Ramona Young Biography
Ramona Young is a well-known American actress. She is well-known for her appearances on the television shows Man Seeking Woman, The Real O’Neals, and Santa Clarita Diet. Young is also noted for her regular roles in Z Nation, Legends of Tomorrow, and Never Have I Ever.
How old is Ramona Young? – Age
She is 25 years old as of 23 May 2023. She was born in 1998 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Her real name is Ramona Abish Young.
Ramona Young Family – Education
Ramona attended school in both Hong Kong, her parents’ home country, and the United States until she was eight years old. Young attended Playhouse West after graduating early from California State University, Los Angeles. Young is a Chinese American of first generation.
Ramona Young Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million.
Ramona Young Man Seeking Woman
She stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.65 m).
Ramona Young Z Nation
She appeared as Kaya, first encountered in the second episode of season 3, “A New Mission” in the American horror television series Z Nation. Kaya is an Inuit child who lives with her Uncle Koska and Nana, the only survivors of their town. She rescues Citizen Z and Pup from a blizzard and takes them to her house. She tells Citizen Z that she is a tremendous fan of his and urges him to get fit and resume broadcasting. They fall in love after returning to Camp Northern Light, and she falls pregnant with their son, JZ. Season 5 sees her joining the team.
Ramona Young Mona Wu
He was cast as Mona Wu, a former delivery girl in the American television series Legends of Tomorrow. Mona is a Washington, D.C.-area resident who frequently brings food to Gary Green at the Time Bureau. She was fired as the Bureau’s official Assistant Coordinator of Creature Upkeep. Mona became a Kaupe after being scratched by Konane, had a split personality, was called Wolfie by Charlie, and opted to join the Legends. Mona is also the ex-girlfriend of the late Konane, as well as a close friend of Nora Darhk, Ava Sharpe, Gary Green, and Mick Rory.
Mona took over the pen name Rebecca Silver after Mick became weary of writing and chose to go back to thievery. Mick and Kayla then employed her as an occasional babysitter for their Necrian children.
Ramona Young The Real O’Neals
She was cast as Allison Adler-Wong, Kenny’s lesbian friend and the other member of the school’s LGBT club in the American single-camera sitcom The Real O’Neals. This series covers the chaotic day-to-day existence of a dysfunctional yet close Chicago Catholic family as their heretofore excellent reputation crumbles in their neighborhood after it is revealed that matriarch Ellen and her husband, Pat, are divorcing. Jimmy, their eldest son, is anorexic. Kenny, their middle child, is gay. Shannon, their youngest child, is questioning her faith.
Ramona Young Santa Clarita Diet
She appeared as Ramona, a wise Rite-Aid employee who turns out to be a zombie in the American comedy horror television series Santa Clarita Diet. Joel and Sheila Hammond are ordinary Santa Clarita, California, suburban real estate brokers. When Sheila undergoes a metamorphosis, becomes undead, and begins wanting human flesh, the couple faces a number of challenges. As Joel and his family strive to assist Sheila, they must contend with neighbors and cultural standards, as well as solve a potentially legendary mystery.
Ramona Young Movies
♦ 2023 – Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken
♦ 2022 – The Prank
♦ 2022 – Wendell & Wild
♦ 2020 – Unpregnant
♦ 2018 – Blockers
♦ 2018 – All About Nina
♦ 2018 – Bottomland
♦ 2017 – Amuse’d
♦ 2016 – Star-Crossed
♦ 2016 – Subversion
♦ 2016 – The Thinning
♦ 2016 – Set Life
♦ 2016 – Harry Decisions
♦ 2016 – Date Night
♦ 2015 – Live Exit Here
Ramona Young TV Shows
♦ 2023 – Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai
♦ 2020-2023 – Never Have I Ever
♦ 2018–2020 – Legends of Tomorrow
♦ 2017–2019 – Santa Clarita Diet
♦ 2017 – Man Seeking Woman
♦ 2017 – Thin Ice
♦ 2017 – Review
♦ 2017 – Flip the Script
♦ 2016–2018 – Z Nation
♦ 2016–2017 – The Real O’Neals
♦ 2014 – Super Fun Night
♦ 2012 – This Indie Thing