A former 1st Soprano in the University of Southern California Thornton Chamber Choir under Dr. William Dehning, Helen Huang trained with Hamilton Williams and Katya Roehmer, performed as 2nd Alto and 1st Soprano in a capella groups Artists in Resonance and SWiG, and created the role of opera diva Grassini in John Fisher's "Napoleon". She has performed in summer repertory productions of Anything Goes, Pirates of Penzance, Vinegar Tom, Babes in Arms, Kim, The Boyfriend, South Pacific, Annie Get Your Gun, Cinderella, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Helen is a member of the Screen Actors Guild.
Helen holds a Master's Degree in film producing from USC's prestigious Peter Stark Producing Program. She began her career in entertainment at none other than the William Morris Agency, later producing commercials for Dell, Ford, Blockbuster Video, and Pepsi Cola at Digital Entertainment Network in Santa Monica, California, then serving as the Director of Development for Academy Award nominated actor James Cromwell's production company, Koshari Films. She has been a judge of the Cynosure Screenwriting Competition. In 2000, she was the Sundance Film Festival Jurors and Panelists Liaison, and then became an electric on an independent feature film production in Kellogg, Idaho. She is one of the producers of Comedy Central's "100 Greatest Standups of All Time", after she enjoyed being on the crew of HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" for Season Four. Helen is currently screenwriting, as well as co-producing a project in development with Persistent Entertainment.
Helen also is the founder of a volunteer-based non-profit called UnderShare. Since 1995, UnderShare has been dedicated to providing new undergarments and socks to those in need. UnderShare has donated to the Salvation Army, Step Up on Second, the Los Angeles Mission, Sojourn Services, Project Sister, the Violence Intervention Program, the Downtown Women's Center, the LA Free Clinic, and many other worthy shelters, such as the Walter Hoving Home in Pasadena, California, the National Guard Armory in Gilroy, California, and Raphael House in San Francisco, California. Because of UnderShare, individual volunteers from college campuses and companies in Virginia, Georgia, Texas, Washington, New Jersey and New York have organized collection drives and donated new diapers, socks, bras, and underwear to their local shelters.