Ramona Young

fans love
Ramona Young - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career

Ramona Young is an American actress. She’s best recognized for being a regular casts of several television series such as Santa Clarita Diet (2017–2019),The Real O’Neals (2016–2017) and Man Seeking Woman (2017).

Other notable acting projects she’s involved in are including Never Have I Ever (2020-present), Legends of Tomorrow (2018–2020), and Z Nation (2016–2018)


She kickstarted her career in the entertainment industry with the movie Specter in 2010. It was then followed by a few guest appearances on the small screen.

Speaking of the small screen, she had her first minor roles in the TV series Super Fun Night (2014) and This Indie Thing (2012).

After that, she tried her luck backstage by directing, producing, and writing short films, as well as movies and TV series.

She stood out in her career after showing up in the TV series Legends of Tomorrow and the movie Blockers, which came out in 2018.

That same year, she also starred in a few other movies such as All About Nina and Bottomland, before taking a little break from acting all year round in 2019.

The year 2020 had her busy as she was involved in a lot of acting projects. Some of them include the TV series Never Have I Ever (2020) and the movie The Prank (2022).

Read also: Tatiana Maslany – Biography, Age, Trivia, Family & Life Story


  • Real Name: Ramona Abish Young
  • Stage Names: Ramona Young
  • Also Known as: –
  • Nickname: Ramona
  • Birthday: August 8, 1998
  • Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, United States
  • Zodiac Sign: Gemini
  • Nationality: Chinese-American
  • Religion: Christianity
  • Profession: Actress
  • Education: California State University, Los Angeles (Acting), Ruth Ellis Vocal Academy, Playhouse West Acting School, Los Angeles
  • Hobbies: Playing skateboards, singing, playing games, writing songs
  • Facebook: Ramona Young Official
  • Twitter: @RamonabishYoung
  • Instagram: @ramonabishyoung
  • TikTok: @ramonabishyoung
  • YouTube: –

Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance 

  • Height: 165 cm (5’5”)
  • Weight: 51 Kg (112 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Dark brown
  • Body Measurements: 32-25-34 (Bust -32, Waist -25, and Hips -34 inches)
  • Shoe Size: 6.5 (US)
  • Dress Size: 2 (US)


  • Father: –
  • Mother: –
  • Brother: –
  • Sister: –

Boyfriend & Dating History

She’s never been involved in a publicly known relationship. She possibly tends to keep her personal and dating life private.

Net Worth

According to multiple online sources, she has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. She appears to mainly earn her income through her career as a professional actress.


  • Ramona likes eating healthy foods.
  • Some of her favorite singers are Joji, Mariah Carey, and Alicia Keys.
  • Her favorite play is The Phantom of the Opera (1986) by Gaston Leroux.
  • She wants to visit London, Goa, and Dubai.
  • Her favorite colors are red, yellow, and black.
  • Ramona is of Chinese and American descent.
  • Her father is a psychologist and professor, while her mother is a Navy officer.
  • She is a vegetarian.
  • Her grandfather was a doctor while her grandmother was a clothes seller.
  • Some of her favorite actresses are Kate Winslet, Cate Blanchett, and Alicia Vikander.
  • Her favorite foods are potatoes and soups.
  • Ramona has tattoos of skull and crossbones on her right thigh.
  • Her favorite book is Nancy Drew (1930) series by Carolyn Keene.
  • She is a tea person.
  • Her family is from Hong Kong.
  • Some of her favorite actors are Jim Carrey, Mark Ruffalo, and Marlon Brando.
  • She can speak Mandarin, Cantonese, and English fluently.
  • Ramona started learning martial arts when she was four years old.
  • She is well-trained in Wushu.
  • Her ideal type is…

Read also: Maitreyi Ramakrishnan – Biography, Age, Trivia, Family & Life Story


  • Uprising! (-), as Rhonda
  • Wendell & Wild (2022), as Sweetie
  • The Prank (2022), as Mei Tanner
  • Unpregnant (2020), as Emily
  • Circus Person (2020), as Little J
  • Bottomland (2018), as Marilyn, the producer, and the writer
  • Red Dead Redemption II (2018), as Local Pedestrian Population
  • All About Nina (2018), as Mika
  • Blockers (2018), as Angelica
  • Thin Ice (2017), as Isis
  • Amuse’d (2017), as self
  • Date Night (2017), as Ava
  • Set Life (2016), as Paula
  • The Thinning (2016), as Adele
  • Hairy Decisions (2016), as the cinematographer
  • Subversion (2016), as Brit Jones
  • Star-Crossed (2016), as Dipper and the writer
  • Reflections (2015), as Florence Ming, the producer, and the co-writer
  • Wanderers (2015), as Catalina
  • Twelve (2015), as Missy Tollegs
  • Live Exit Here (2015), as the writer, the art director, the editor, the production designer, the director, the set decorator, and the producer
  • Specter (2010), as Eve

TV Series

  • Never Have I Ever (Netflix | 2020), as Eleanor Wong
  • Legends of Tomorrow (The CW | 2018), as Mona Wu
  • Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix | 2017), as Ramona
  • Flip the Script (Amazon Prime Video | 2017), as The Grip
  • Review (Comedy Central | 2017), as Bo
  • Man Seeking Woman (FXX | 2017), as Robin
  • The Real O’Neals (ABC | 2016), as Allison
  • Z Nation (Syfy | 2016), as Kaya
  • Super Fun Night (ABC | 2014), as Geeky Girl
  • This Indie Thing (IFC | 2012), as Kevin’s Rude Fan

TV Shows

  • IMDb on the Scene – Interviews (YouTube | 2022), as a guest
  • Celebrity Family Feud (ABC | 2022), as a contestant
  • Red Carpet Report (YouTube | 2017), as a guest

Music Video Appearances

  • If Your BFFs Breakup Were a Music Video (2016) – Buzzfeed


“Writing has always been a way for me to pour out my feelings and thoughts. It’s always been my go to, because I’m quite introverted. So being in this industry, it was a natural transition for me to explore and learn about screenwriting.”

“Being a tiny, squeaky voiced Asian woman is challenging in a tough industry, set in a big city. Knowing how to defend myself [through mastering martial arts] has helped me feel a quiet confidence and safety I would otherwise lack.”

“I like having some things that I enjoy without having to worry about being a professional at it. I want to be able to be not great at some things.”

“My parents are immigrants and I’m first-generation, and I grew up both in Hong Kong and in the United States.”

“I want people to feel good when they watch [Never Have I Ever], I want them to feel entertained, and I want them to feel seen and heard.”

“I feel like maybe inside my own brain, my high school life was more dramatic and cool,” she says. “But from an exterior perspective, it was probably more nerdy and silly… Internally: Euphoria. Externally: Never Have I Ever.”

“I was always a creative, artistic person, but I was also very shy and hesitant about it. So I just continued doing what my parents really encouraged me to do.”

“Eventually [I had] to find the courage and just tell my parents, ‘Hey, I want to be an actor,’ and face their reaction, which was so hard because I want my parents to be happy and proud of me. After many, many years, they are so happy for me. And that just warms my heart.”

“[Unexpectable relationship]’s the best kind of love, when you fall in love and you don’t see it coming. They’re so different from each other, but somehow when you put them together, there’s a lot of chemistry. It’s cute and it works and it’s funny to watch.”

“I actually got a tattoo after we wrapped [Never Have I Ever filming]. It was an homage to Eleanor on the show. I got a tattoo of a shooting star. I’ll always look back and remember this time period in my life and just be so incredibly happy that I got to do it.”

“Going from school to school a lot gave me a sense of who I was. Maybe more so than the average kid in high school. I really learned about who I wanted to be and who I could be and that could really be anything.”

“It’s quite unfortunate that an Asian American with a complicated family life and artistic background isn’t represented a lot because I related to that very personally and I think a lot of other Asian Americans do too. I played my truth when I played Eleanor and her background for sure.”

“I’ve been acting my whole life, really. Since I was a kid, I’ve always wanted to act and thought about acting, and I just never grew out of it.”

“Initially, my family was a little concerned and a little scared for me, understandably. They’re very logical, practical people, and they’ve had to be because they’re immigrants and they didn’t come from money. So having their kid tell them they want to be an actor is shocking for them.”

“I’ve always been a creative person since I was a kid. But maybe around 14, for some reason, I got it in my head that acting would solve all my problems.”

“Being an Asian American actress, I never knew it was possible for me to be in a Jane Austen episode. I didn’t know that was possible. Being in a time-traveling superhero show allows you to do that. You could be in Jane Austen; you could be in Charlie Chaplin. You can be in all these different things that I never thought I could act in.”

Ramona Young is adept in a lot of things such as singing, acting, writing, and even doing martial arts. She has almost everything that is found desirable for a Hollywood star.