Hong, James 1929–

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HONG, James 1929–

(Jimmy Hong)


Born February 22, 1929, in Minneapolis, MN. Education: Attended University of Minnesota Twin Cities; University of Southern California, B.S., engineering; trained for the stage with Jeff Corey at Professional Theatre Workshop.


Agent—Cunningham, Escott & Dipene, 10635 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 130, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Manager—W. V. Chappell, Chappell Entertainment Corporation, 214 North Griffin Dr., Casselberry, FL 32707.


Actor, voice artist, writer, director, and producer. North Star Entertainment, Inc. (film production company), president, beginning 1989; East–West Players (Asian American repertory company), Los Angeles, cofounder. Worked as a comedian; appeared in television commercials; also an acting teacher. State of California Motion Picture Council, member of advisory commission. County of Los Angeles Road Department, worked as a road engineer. Military service: Served as head of live entertainment at Camp Rucker, AL, and at Fort McClellan.


Screen Actors Guild (member of board of directors), Association of Asian Pacific American Artists (charter member; past president).


Film Appearances:

(Uncredited) Communist soldier, Soldier of Fortune, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1955.

(Uncredited) Fifth brother, Love Is a Many–Splendored Thing, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1955.

(Uncredited) Young communist guard, Blood Alley (also known as William A. Wellman's "Blood Alley"), Batjac, 1955.

Hep Cat, Hell on Frisco Bay, Warner Bros., 1956.

Police officer, Flight to Hong Kong, United Artists, 1956.

(Uncredited) Voices of Ogata and Serizawa for English version, Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (also known as Kaiju o Gojira), 1956.

Charlie, China Gate, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1957.

(Uncredited) Major Chong (Republic of China), Battle Hymn, Universal, 1957.

Nationalist officer, Seventh Sin, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1957.

(Uncredited) General Chao, Never So Few (also known as Campaign Burma), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1959.

Japanese drafter, Blood and Steel, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1959.

Narrator and voice of Mizuno for English version, Gasu ningen dai ichigo (also known as The First Gas Human and The Human Vapor), 1960.

Head waiter, Flower Drum Song, Universal, 1961.

The Hour of the Bath, 1961.

In a Foreign Quarter, 1962.

Dr. Yang, The Satan Bug, United Artists, 1965.

Ho Lee, Destination Inner Space (also known as Terror of the Deep), Magna, 1966.

Price Phanong, One Spy Too Many, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1966.

Sam Archibald, The Bamboo Saucer (also known as Collision Course), NTA, 1966.

Victor Shu, The Sand Pebbles, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1966.

Dr. Chin, Colossus: The Forbin Project (also known as Colossus, 1980, The Day the World Changed Hands, and The Forbin Project), Universal, 1969.

Ti Chong, The Hawaiians (also known as Master of the Islands), United Artists, 1970.

David Tao, The Carey Treatment (also known as Emergency Ward) Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1972.

The Two–Headed Man, 1972.

Wei Chen, Dynamite Brothers (also known as Dynamite Brown, Killing of a Chinese Bookie, and Stud Brown), 1973.

Black–Belt Brother, 1973.

Khan, Chinatown, Paramount, 1974.

Gung Tu, China Girl, 1975.

Ming Lo, Double Trouble (also known as No Deposit, No Return), 1975.

Wong, Bound for Glory, United Artists, 1976.

Swens, The World's Greatest Lover, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1977.

Captain Oldman, Go Tell the Spartans, Avco–Embassy, 1978.

Bing Wong, The In–Laws, Warner Bros., 1979.

Japanese general, Airplane! (also known as Flying High), Paramount, 1980.

Coroner Wong, True Confessions, United Artists, 1981.

First Asian man, So Fine, Warner Bros., 1981.

Cook, Goodbye Paradise (also known as Moon over Paradise), Axelia International, 1982.

Hannibal Chew, Blade Runner, Warner Bros., 1982.

Kwan, Yes, Giorgio, United Artists, 1982.

Grocer, Breathless (also known as A bout de souffle Made in USA), Orion, 1983.

General Tran, Missing in Action, Cannon, 1984.

Miyashima, Ninja III—The Domination, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists/Cannon, 1984.

David Lo Pan, Big Trouble in Little China (also known as John Carpenter's "Big Trouble in Little China"), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986.

Dr. Hong, The Golden Child, Paramount, 1986.

H. Shin, Black Widow, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1987.

Snotty, Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1987.

Boss, Hot to Trot, Warner Bros., 1988.

Kwo, Vice Versa, Columbia, 1988.

Deadlock, 1988.

Dr. Elson Po, The Vineyard, New World, 1989.

Mr. Tagaski, Tax Season, Prism, 1989.

Quan, Tango & Cash, Warner Bros., 1989.

Tony Yang, Sr., The Jitters, Gaga Communications, 1989.

Detective Randall Stoner, Caged Fury, 21st Century Releasing, 1990.

Dr. Bethune, Bethune: Making of a Hero (also known as Dr. Bethune and Bethune, l'etoffe d'un heros), 1990.

Dr. Van Fleet, Shadowzone, Full Moon/Paramount, 1990.

Khan, The Two Jakes, Paramount, 1990.

Asawa, Dragonfight, 1990, Warner Home Video, 1993.

Chang, Missing Pieces, 1991.

Fortune teller, Mystery Date, Orion, 1991.

Frank, Sr., Too Much Sun, RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video, 1991.

Yung, The Perfect Weapon, Paramount, 1991.

Boomer, Body Trouble (also known as Joker's Wild), 1992.

Leong Tao, Merlin (also known as Merlin: The True Story of Magic and October 32nd), Hemdale Home Video, 1992.

Mr. Li, Talons of the Eagle, MCA/Universal Home Video, 1992.

Edward, L.A. Goddess, 1993.

Mr. Jeff Wong, Wayne's World 2, Paramount, 1993.

Chang, Operation Golden Phoenix, MCA/Universal Home Video, 1994.

Li Peng, The Shadow, Universal, 1994.

Master Sun, Femme Fontaine: Killer Babe for the C.I.A., Troma Films, 1994.

Parmenion, Gladiator Cop (also known as Gladiator Cop: The Swordsman II), 1994.

Silent Fury, 1994.

Johnny Staccato, South Beach Academy, 1994, LIVE Home Video, 1996.

Bobby Birdsong, Bad Company (also known as The Tool Shed), Buena Vista, 1995.

Che'tsai, Tank Girl, United Artists, 1995.

Mr. Song, Guns and Lipstick, 1995.

Tojo Yokohama, Cyber Bandits, 1995.

Y B'ham, Operation Dumbo Drop (also known as Dumbo Drop), Buena Vista, 1995.

Abacus Adder, Infinity, First Look Pictures, 1996.

Master Sun, Bloodsport II: The Next Kumite (also known as Bloodsport 2), FM Entertainment Home Video, 1996.

Mr. Yamata, The Secret Club (also known as The Secret Agent Club), Cabin Fever Entertainment, 1996.

Paper Dragons, 1996.

Dr. Lee, Catherine's Grove, PM Entertainment, 1997.

Lin Shou, Red Corner, 1997.

McHale's Navy, Universal, 1997.

Mr. Chen, Broken Vessels, Zeitgeist Films, 1998.

Mr. Wang, Breakout (also known as Breakout: Batteries Included and 3 ninjas et l'invention du siecle), S. Entertainment, 1998.

Parmenion, G2 (also known as G2 Time Warrior and Mortal Conquest), 1998.

Voice of Chi Fu, Mulan (animated), Buena Vista, 1998.

Adam Chance, Singapore Sling (also known as Scandalous Behavior), Santelmo Entertainment, 2000.

Ambassador Wu, The Art of War (also known as L'art de la guerre), Warner Bros., 2000.

The Ghost (also known as Code of the Dragon), Regent Entertainment, 2000.

Lu Chin, The Curio Trunk (short film), Hypnotic, 2001.

"Groucho" Larson, The Biggest Fan, Quick Feather Pictures, 2002.

Voice of the king of Qin, Ying xiong (also known as Hero and Jet Li's "Hero"), Universal/Warner Bros., 2002.

Zao, L'idole (also known as The Idol), Mars Distribution, 2002.

General Hu Phlung Pu, Pray Another Day, Millennium Concepts, 2003.

Weng, Ghost Rock (also known as The Reckoning), Silverline Pictures, 2003.

Mr. Rhee, Latin Dragon, Screen Media Ventures, 2004.

Muraji, Forbidden Warrior, Cinamour Entertainment, 2004.

Genghis Khan, Madison Motion Pictures, 2004.

Film Director:

Teen Lust (also known as High School Teasers, Police Academy Girls, and The Girls Next Door), 1979.

(With Bill Rice) The Vineyard, New World, 1989.

Singapore Sling (also known as Scandalous Behavior), Santelmo Entertainment, 2000.

Film Producer:

Teen Lust (also known as High School Teasers, Police Academy Girls, and The Girls Next Door), 1979.

Associate producer, Caged Fury, 21st Century Releasing, 1990.

Executive producer, Catherine's Grove, PM Entertainment, 1997.

Singapore Sling (also known as Scandalous Behavior), Santelmo Entertainment, 2000.

Television Appearances; Series:

Barry Chan, The New Adventures of Charlie Chan (also known as Charlie Chan), syndicated, 1957–58.

Colonel Chengsu, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, Days, and DOOL), NBC, 1967–68.

Frank Chen, Jigsaw John, NBC, 1976.

Wang, Switch, CBS, 1977–78.

Dr. Chen Ling, a recurring role, Dynasty, ABC, 1983.

Sung Cho Lee, General Hospital, ABC, 1983.

Duck Ho Cho, Mickey Spillane's "Mike Hammer" (also known as Mike Hammer and The New Mike Hammer), CBS, 1984–85.

Baba Soo Lan, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, Days, and DOOL), NBC, 1985.

Mr. Wong, The Rocket Boy, [Canada], 1989.

Lew Poo (some sources cite Lee Pow), The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (also known as Brisco County, Jr.), Fox, 1993–94.

Voices of Zhang Lao and General Soon, Spawn (animated; also known as Spawn: The Animated Series, Spawn 2, Spawn 3: Ultimate Battle, and Todd Mc-Farlane's "Spawn"), HBO, 1997–99.

Mr. Chin, Zoe… (also known as Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane), The WB, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Vanished, NBC, 1971.

Phags–Pa, Marco Polo, NBC, 1982.

Colonel Chan, The Brotherhood of the Rose, NBC, 1989.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Major Thon, The Forgotten Man, ABC, 1971.

Police surgeon, A Tattered Web, CBS, 1971.

Earth II, 1971.

Dr. Wilde, Sunshine, CBS, 1973.

Larry Lee, Panic in Echo Park, NBC, 1977.

Bethune, CBC, 1977.

Ho Chin, Dr. Scorpion, ABC, 1978.

Japanese man, Last of the Good Guys, CBS, 1978.

Quan Dong, My Husband Is Missing (also known as The Reach of Love), NBC, 1978.

Nguyen, When Hell Was in Session, NBC, 1979.

Yutong, Cannon: The Return of Frank Cannon, CBS, 1980.

Old man, The Letter, ABC, 1982.

Professor Chen, China Rose, CBS, 1983.

Mr. Yu, Harry's Hong Kong (also known as China Hand), 1987.

(Uncredited) Vietnamese ambassador, In Love and War, 1987.

Mr. Li, Leap of Faith (also known as Question of Faith), CBS, 1988.

Dr. Dentworth, The Karen Carpenter Story, CBS, 1989.

Li Chou, "Tongs," Gideon Oliver (also known as The ABC Monday Mystery Movie), ABC, 1989.

Inspector Quang, Last Flight Out, NBC, 1990.

Mr. Chew, Framed, 1990.

Nathan, Come Die with Me: A Mickey Spillane's "Mike Hammer Mystery" (also known as Deader Than Ever: A Mike Hammer Mystery), CBS, 1994.

Old Chinese man, Triplecross, Showtime, 1995.

Master Sun, Bloodsport 3, 1996.

Ambassador Po, Epoch, Sci–Fi Channel, 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Super C, "Pueblo" (also known as "Pueblo Affair"), ABC Theatre, ABC, 1973.

U Thant, "The Missiles of October," ABC Theatre, ABC, 1974.

Father, Jade Snow, PBS, 1976.

Paper Angels, PBS, 1985.

Himself, On the Edge of "Blade Runner," Channel 4 (England), 2000.

Also appeared as Kim, "The Lighted Window," NBC Matinee, NBC; and as Indonesian rebel, "Daughter of Mata Hari," NBC Matinee, NBC.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Mark Chu, "Bamboo Cross," Jane Wyman Presents the Fireside Theater (also known as The Jane Wyman Show and Jane Wyman Theater), NBC, 1955.

(As Jimmy Hong) Jimmy Ling, "Red Tentacles" (also known as "The Red Tentacle"), Sky King, ABC, 1956.

Lee, "The Jay Powers Story" (also known as "The Story of Jay Powers"), The Millionaire, CBS, 1956.

Lin Quon, "A Little Friend," The Crusader, CBS, 1956.

Kilo, The Man Called X, syndicated, 1956.

Lum Chen, Tombstone Territory, ABC, 1957.

"The Big Green Monkey," Dragnet, NBC, 1958.

Charlie Wong, "Gold–Tooth Charlie," The Californians, NBC, 1959.

Ching Sun, "To the Manner Born," Bat Masterson, NBC, 1959.

Cousin Frank, "Peter Meets His Match," Bachelor Father, NBC, 1959.

Danny, "The Ming Vase," The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (also known as Rin Tin Tin), ABC, 1959.

Fred Kim, "An Old Chinese Custom," The Gale Storm Show (also known as Oh! Susanna), CBS, 1959.

Johnny Chang, "Lady Wind, Bells Fan," Peter Gunn, NBC, 1959.

Lee Chan, "Vengeance Is Thine," The Loretta Young Show (also known as A Letter to Loretta), NBC, 1959.

The prince, "Senor China Boy," Zorro, ABC, 1959.

Charlie Chung, "Single Debt," Johnny Ringo, CBS, 1960.

Chen, "The Jade Empress," Hong Kong, ABC, 1960.

Chung Lin, "East of Danger," Richard Diamond, Private Detective, NBC, 1960.

Hatchet man, "The Highbinder," Sugarfoot, ABC, 1960.

Hop Sing's third cousin, "San Francisco Holiday" (also known as "San Francisco"), Bonanza, NBC, 1960.

Jack Wong, "The Miraculous Journey of Tadpole Chan," The Barbara Stanwyck Show, NBC, 1960.

Key, "Hong Kong Passage," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1960.

Lung Poi, "The Dragon Cup," Hong Kong, ABC, 1960.

Number one, "Badge without Honor," Bonanza, NBC, 1960.

Tour guide, "House of the Dead," Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond (also known as Alcoa Presents and One Step Beyond), ABC, 1960.

Wang Hai, "Jade Song," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1960.

Hop Toy, "Dragon Road," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1961.

Priest, "Coming of the Tiger," Have Gun—Will Travel, CBS, 1961.

Wu Pan, "The Strange Courtship of Danny Koo," The Islanders, ABC, 1961.

Dean Chang, "The Case of the Weary Watchdog," Perry Mason, CBS, 1962.

Louis Kuong, "In a Foreign Quarter," Checkmate, CBS, 1962.

Mike II, "Square Cop," 87th Precinct, NBC, 1962.

"Build My Gallows Low," Adventures in Paradise, ABC, 1962.

Ensign O'Toole, NBC, 1962.

The Lloyd Bridges Show, CBS, 1962.

Wagon Train, NBC and ABC, 1962.

Louis Kew, "The Case of the Floating Stones," Perry Mason, CBS, 1963.

Wen Lee, "The Hundred Days of the Dragon," The Outer Limits, ABC, 1963.

Day in Court, ABC, 1963.

77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1963.

This Is the Life, syndicated, 1963.

Seymour, "Be My Guest," Mickey, ABC, 1964.

Wing Fong, "Question: Is Laura the Name of the Game?," Slattery's People, CBS, 1964.

Kentucky Jones, NBC, 1964.

Agaki, "Shakedown," The Wackiest Ship in the Army, NBC, 1965.

Dr. Lee, "Dragon's Teeth," I Spy, NBC, 1965.

Edward Hee, "End of the Line," The Fugitive, ABC, 1965.

Fortune teller, "Affair in T'Sien Cha," I Spy, NBC, 1965.

Harry Lee, "No More, Cried the Rooster—There Will Be Truth," Ben Casey, ABC, 1965.

Mr. Shaw, "So Long, Patrick Henry," I Spy, NBC, 1965.

Chan, "Jeannie and the Kidnap Caper," I Dream of Jeannie, NBC, 1966.

Chun Lee, "The Dynamite Driver," The Iron Horse, ABC, 1966.

Jim, "Is There a Small Hotel?," The Donna Reed Show, ABC, 1966.

Mr. Chang, "The Bridge of Lions Affair: Part 1," The Man from U.N.C.L.E., NBC, 1966.

"The Lamb Who Hunted Wolves: Parts 1 & 2," The Wackiest Ship in the Army, NBC, 1966.

Ching Lee, "Sister Death," The Iron Horse, ABC, 1967.

Curator, "An American Empress," I Spy, NBC, 1967.

Mr. Wong, "You Bet Your Won Ton," Gomer Pyle, U.S. M.C., CBS, 1967.

Vietnamese lieutenant, "The Final War of Olly Winter," CBS Playhouse, CBS, 1967.

Mr. Chung, "The Baby Sitters," Family Affair, CBS, 1968.

James Watanu, "A Thousand Pardons—You're Dead," Hawaii Five–0, CBS, 1969.

Phil Lee, "Number One Boy," Family Affair, CBS, 1969.

Tot Kee, "The Devil and Mr. Frog," Hawaii Five–0, CBS, 1969.

Mr. Wong, "Lucy the Laundress," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1970.

Doctor, "Archie Gives Blood," All in the Family, CBS, 1971.

Eric Ling, "Air Cargo—Dial for Murder: Part 1," Hawaii Five–0, CBS, 1971.

Yin, "The Merchant," Mission Impossible, ABC, 1971.

Man, "Bob and Emily and Howard and Carol and Jerry," The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1972.

Anna and the King, CBS, 1972.

J. F. Chen, "The Deadly Prize," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1973.

Lin, "The Squaw Man," Kung Fu, ABC, 1973.

Old man, "The Tide," Kung Fu, ABC, 1973.

Han Tsung, "The Garments of Rage," Kung Fu, ABC, 1974.

Hwang Kyu, "A Small Beheading," Kung Fu, ABC, 1974.

Madman, "The Valley of Terror," Kung Fu, ABC, 1974.

Men Han, "The Arrogant Dragon," Kung Fu, ABC, 1974.

Suong Chien, "Presenting … in the Center Ring … Murder," Hawaii Five–0, 1974.

Yam Tin, "The Passion of Chen Yi," Kung Fu, ABC, 1974.

Chinese waiter, "Edith Breaks Out," All in the Family, CBS, 1975.

Chun Yen, "The Thief of Chendo," Kung Fu, ABC, 1975.

Quan Lee, "The Melted Man," Cannon, CBS, 1975.

Khan!, CBS, 1975.

Dr. Pao, "The Ninja," Baretta, ABC, 1976.

Forensic expert Kumangi, "The Oracle Wore a Cashmere Suit," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1976.

Ikuda, "Presumed Dead," Baa Baa Black Sheep (also known as Black Sheep Squadron), NBC, 1976.

Lan Wuyen, "Forbidden City," Harry O, ABC, 1976.

Robert Lee, "The Thrill Killers: Parts 1 & 2," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976.

"Blue Movie, Blue Death," The Rookies, ABC, 1976.

"The Chinese Connection," S.W.A.T., ABC, 1976.

Dr. Toshiro Kurosawa, "Doomsday Is Tomorrow: Part 1," The Bionic Woman, ABC, 1977.

Oshima, "The Man Who Could Move the World," Wonder Woman (also known as The New Adventures of Wonder Woman), CBS, 1977.

Su Long, "The Psychic," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1977.

Dr. Lo, "Sole Survivor," The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, ABC, 1978.

Morris Fong, "Maude's Big Move: Part 1" (also known as "The Chinese Dinner"), Maude, CBS, 1978.

Professor Perkins, "Angels in Vegas: Parts 1 & 2," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1978.

Businessperson, "The Great Race," Taxi, ABC, 1979.

Holy man, "Man with Jade Eyes," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1979.

Lee Wong, "Skids," Lou Grant, CBS, 1979.

Mr. Lee, "The Dog Story" (also known as "A Dog Story"), Diff'rent Strokes, NBC, 1979.

The butler, "Crescendo/Three Feathers," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1980.

Ambassador, "Ewing–Gate," Dallas, CBS, 1981.

Billy Joe Fong, "Miz Tisdale on the Lam," The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1982.

Dr. Hong, "Requiem for a Cop," T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1983.

Grandfather Tan, "Breath of the Dragon," Manimal, NBC, 1983.

Mr. Hong, "The Trial," T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1983.

Mr. Wong, "Graveyard," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1983.

Wan Chu, "The Maltese Cow," The A Team, NBC, 1983.

"The Hostage," Bring 'em Back Alive, CBS, 1983.

Chen Ying, "Always Say Always," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1984.

Chang, "Night of the Dragons," Hunter, NBC, 1985.

Chow Ting, "It All Comes Out in the Wash," Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1985.

General Chow, "Mind Games," The A Team, NBC, 1985.

General Rangavana, "Half–Pint," Airwolf, CBS, 1985.

Mr. Nguyen, Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1985.

Lee Wenying, "The Wish Child," MacGyver, ABC, 1986.

Ralph Lee, "The Road to Tobago," Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1986.

Thomas Ping, "Mona's Limo," Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1986.

Commissioner Chu, "Lost Love: Parts 1 & 2," MacGyver, ABC, 1987.

Han Quing, "Forty," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1987.

Mr. Luc, "Primer," Outlaws, CBS, 1987.

Quang, "Sitting Ducks," Tour of Duty, CBS, 1987.

Riochi Tanaka, "The Rising Sun of Death," Miami Vice, NBC, 1987.

Vin Mong, "Anytime, Anywhere," Stingray, NBC, 1987.

Chang Lo Yi, "China Moon," Beauty and the Beast, CBS, 1988.

Colonel Li Trang, "Angel of Mercy," Tour of Duty, CBS, 1988.

Sirit Bansari, "Riding the Elephant," The Equalizer, CBS, 1988.

"Honorable Profession," Hunter, NBC, 1988.

Dr. Soo Tak, "The Last Supper," War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1989.

Hiram, "The Lady in Red," Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1989.

Jimmie Twan, "Saigon: Part 2," Tour of Duty, CBS, 1989.

Bac Si, "Holly's Choice," China Beach, ABC, 1990.

Mr. Chieko, "Love Life," Booker, Fox, 1990.

Nasty Boys, NBC, 1990.

Mr. Quian, Doogie Howser, M.D., ABC, 1990, 1991, 1992.

Bruce, "The Chinese Restaurant," Seinfeld, NBC, 1991.

Hong Kong theatre manager, "Oafs Overboard," Morton & Hayes, CBS, 1991.

Kuang, "The Coltons," MacGyver, ABC, 1991.

Naked Hollywood, Arts and Entertainment, 1991.

Dr. Chung, "Cherry Blossoms," Forever Knight, CBS, 1992.

Madi, "Prey," Raven, CBS, 1992.

Voice of shopkeeper, "Enter the Madkat," Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron (animated), syndicated, 1993.

Dalai Lama, "Dragonswing II," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1994.

Grandfather Chow, "Chi of Steel," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1994.

Chai, "Clueless in San Francisco," Legend, UPN, 1995.

Dave, "Games, Flames & Automobiles," Home Improvement, ABC, 1995.

Dr. Dennis Tsu, "The Ethics of Hope," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995.

Qwan Lok, "Murder in the Courthouse," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1995.

Voice, "Aladdin," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (animated), HBO, 1995.

Mr. Wong, Muscle, The WB, 1995.

Hard–faced man, "Hell Money," The X–Files, Fox, 1996.

Milton Tyler, "Dead Guy," Malcolm & Eddie, UPN, 1996.

Mr. Lon, "War and Peace: Part 1," Sisters, NBC, 1996.

Terrence "Terry" Wong, "Home Invasion," Nash Bridges (also known as Bridges), CBS, 1996.

Hoshi, "The One with the Ultimate Fighting Champion," Friends, NBC, 1997.

Stan the diamond man, "The Ring," Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, ABC, 1997.

Supervising monk, "Desperate Times," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1997.

The waiter, "Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah," Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1997.

Mr. Lee, Head over Heels, UPN, 1997.

Government worker, The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1998.

Min Wong, "In Deep," The Practice, ABC, 1998.

Chang Yin, "Painted Faces," Martial Law, CBS, 1999.

Mr. Lee, "Mr. Lee," The Pretender, NBC, 1999.

Monk, "Bardo Thodol," Millennium, Fox, 1999.

David, "Lord John Marbury," The West Wing, NBC, 2000.

Weng Chu, "Final Conflict: Parts 1 & 2," Martial Law, CBS, 2000.

Chinese businessperson, "Seduced and Abandoned," The Division, Lifetime, 2001.

(Uncredited) Chinese restaurant maitre d', "Color Blind," Alias, ABC, 2001.

Daniel Chin, "Hinkytown," Gideon's Grossing, ABC, 2001.

David Lo Pan, "Here There Be Dragons," The Chronicle, Sci–Fi Channel, 2001.

Zen master, "Enter the Demon," Charmed, The WB, 2001.

David, "Hartsfield's Landing," The West Wing, NBC, 2002.

Voice of Daolon Wong, Jackie Chan Adventures (animated), The WB, 2002.

Min, "Let It Bleed," 10–8: Officers on Duty (also known as 10–8), ABC, 2003.

Mandarin, "Secret of the Sixth Monkey," Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! (animated; also known as SRMTHFG, SRMTHG, and Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go!), ABC Family Channel, 2004.

Mr. Li, "Ida's Boyfriend," Malcolm in the Middle, Fox, 2004.

Sweatshop owner, "Debt," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2004.

Voice of Professor Chang, "X," Teen Titans (animated), The Cartoon Network, 2004.

Appeared as Lee, Cavalcade Theater (also known as Cavalcade of America and DuPont Cavalcade Theater), ABC; as Hyashi, Navy Log, CBS and ABC; and as Shimako, Playhouse 90, CBS. Appeared in episodes of The Bill Cosby Show, NBC; Code Red, ABC; Double Dare, CBS; The F.B.I., ABC; Ironside, NBC; It's a Living, ABC and syndicated; McMillan and Wife, NBC; Rhoda, CBS; SFX; Soap, ABC; and The Young Lawyers, ABC. Also appeared as Jimmy in "The Great Wall of Chinatown," an unaired episode of The Blue Knight, CBS.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Hsiang, Kung Fu (also known as Kung Fu: The Movie), ABC, 1972.

Prior, Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders (also known as The Haunted Monastery), ABC, 1974.

Switch, CBS, 1975.

Clarence Woo, Winner Take All, CBS, 1977.

Wang Theron, Mandrake, NBC, 1979.

Desk clerk, The Hustler of Muscle Beach, ABC, 1980.

Lee On Wong, Brothers, CBS, 1980.

Benson Liu, Inspector Perez, NBC, 1983.

Key Tam, Blade in Hong Kong, CBS, 1985.

Reverend Sung and Reverend Jimmy Tuin, Camp California, ABC, 1989.

The reverend, Club Fed, 1989.

Partners in Life, CBS, 1990.

Tequila and Bonner, CBS, 1992.

Lew Poo (some sources cite Lee Pow), The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (also known as Brisco County, Jr.), Fox, 1993.

Kwok, Sucker Free City (also known as SFC), Showtime, 2004.

Television Appearances; Other:

Appeared as soldier, Cavalry in China; as Tuen, Faith till Death; as Kim, The First 100 Days; and as Corporal Ikura, Yellow Bellow; also appeared in The Cold Touch.

Television Director; Specials:

Year of the Dog, NBC, 1970.

Stage Appearances:

Bandit and wig maker, Rashomon, East West Players, Los Angeles, 1965.

Year of the Dragon, East West Players, 1975.

Stage Work:

Producer, Rashomon, East West Players, Los Angeles, 1965.



Old man, Experience Jimi Hendrix, MCA Records, 2000.

Video Games:

Voice of Dr. Chew, Blade Runner, 1997.

Voice of Chi–Fu, Mulan Story Studio, 1998.

Voices of ancient Wu and others, True Crime: Streets of LA, Activision, 2003.


Screenplays; With Others:

Perfect Match, 1968.

Connections, 1972.

Teen Lust (also known as High School Teasers, Police Academy Girls, and The Girls Next Door), 1979.

The Vineyard, New World, 1989.

Teleplays; Specials:

Year of the Dog, NBC, 1970.



James Hong, Actor, http://www.jameshong.com, February 14, 2005.