Portrait of Tea Ho

Tea Ho is a writer

and queer Viet-American refugee whose notable accomplishments include surviving life in a frat house for over two years, getting inducted into a now-defunct secret society, and receiving a phone call from their uncle — after he died.

Tea currently writes for Poker Face (Peacock). Previously, they wrote for The Sympathizer (HBO) and We Were the Lucky Ones (Hulu).

They're a proud alum of the Sundance Episodic Lab and Lena Waithe's Hillman Grad Mentorship Lab. In their past lives, Tea worked as a web developer, designer, and wedding photographer. Tea's writing balances dark truths with levity to tell socially-conscious stories. Come laugh and cry with them.

Tea Ho is a writer.

Tea Ho is a writer and queer Viet-American refugee whose notable accomplishments include surviving life in a frat house for over two years, getting inducted into a now-defunct secret society, and receiving a phone call from their uncle — after he died.

Tea currently writes for Poker Face (Peacock). Previously, they wrote for The Sympathizer (HBO) and We Were the Lucky Ones (Hulu).

They're a proud alum of the Sundance Episodic Lab and Lena Waithe's Hillman Grad Mentorship Lab. In their past lives, Tea worked as a web developer, designer, and wedding photographer. Tea's writing balances dark truths with levity to tell socially-conscious stories. Come laugh and cry with them.

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