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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (2002) as Young Master Pain
A spoof of the martial arts genre that melds borrowed footage from the little known 1976 Hong Kong karate flick "Tiger & Crane Fists" with new footage featuring the film's writer/director, Steve Oedekerk, as a heroic figure out to avenge the death of his parents at the hands of the evil and seemingl
2.
Swordfish (2001) as One Of Gabriel'S Crew
Cyberspace is a world protected by firewalls, passwords and the most advanced security systems. In this world we hide our deepest secrets, our most incriminating information, and of course, a whole lot of money. This is the world of Swordfish. Gabriel Shear, a charismatic and dangerous spy, needs to get inside this world. If he can get in, billions in illegal government funds wait for the taking. To actually steal the money, however, he'll need the help of Stanley Jobson, a former superhacker who's now desperate and penniless. Stanley has been forbidden to get within 50 yards of the nearest electronics store after doing time for wreaking havoc on the FBI's controversial high-tech cyber surveillance operations. Gabriel and his beautiful partner Ginger lure Stanley into their clandestine world, baiting him with the things he can't have - a chance to reunite with Holly, the daughter he lost during a bitter divorce battle and the opportunity to start a new life.
3.
Replacement Killers, The (1998) as Lam
John Lee is a hired gun who must pay a debt to Asian crime boss Terence Wei. His final mission is to travel to Manhattan to kill the 7-year-old son of the cop responsible for the death of Wei's son during a drug buy. However, Lee develops a conscious and cannot pull the trigger on the child. He knows this will make him a target and that his mother and sister in Shanghai are living on borrowed time. Trying to return to China, Lee enlists the aid of master forger Meg Coburn to construct a phony passport. But before the job is done, Wei's trigger men attack and Lee and Coburn begin their long flight, pursued through New York City.
4.
Contact (1997) as Major Domo
An expert on interplanetary communication receives plans for a mysterious space vessel.
5.
True Vengeance (1997) as Oska
Hell-bent on rescuing his kidnapped daughter, an ex-Navy Seal takes on a ruthless Asian godfather, the Japanese mob, and the law... Rambo style.
6.
One Man's Justice (1996) as Agent Tan
John North is a tough army drill sergeant whose life is turned upside down by the discovery that his wife and daughter have been brutally murdered in what seems like a random act of violence. North's own personal quest for vengeance takes him to the mean streets of Venice, California, where he meets
7.
Open Fire (1995)
A man tries to rescue his father who has been taken hostage by terrorists.
8.
Shadow, The (1994) as Mongol
Based on the radio show, the Shadow battles his nemesis, who is building an atomic bomb.
9.
Guncrazy (1992) as Soda Pop
A poorly educated, underclass high school girl, ostracized by her community and abused by her mother's ex-boyfriend, becomes pen pals with a convict -- and the two learn they have much in common. After his parole, they are caught up in the murder of the ex-boyfriend, who has come on too agressively
10.
Double Impact (1991) as Dockworker
Twin brothers meet, after being raised apart in different cultures, and take on the Chinese mafia in Hong Kong to avenge the murder of their parents and to reclaim their stolen inheritance.
11.
Vietnam, Texas (1990)
True story about a group of Vietnam vets who live by their own rules in a small Texas town.
12.
Kindergarten Cop (1990) as 3rd Street Tough
An undercover policeman poses as a pre-school teacher to protect a child from his at-large parolled father.
13.
L.A. Takedown (1989)
A movie pilot for a series not picked up by NBC. A young, street-wise police detective puts his life and reputation in jeopardy when he encounters a criminal who manages to keep on step ahead. After an elaborately staged robbery during which three guards are killed, the policeman realizes he's up ag

Stunts (feature film)

14.
John Carpenter's Escape From L.A. (1996) as Stunt Player
It's 16 years after Snake Plissken's rescue of the President in New York. Now, a different President is in power, and declares the United States to be a land of moral superiority: no smoking, no red meat, no freedom of religion and no unapproved marriages. A massive earthquake has hit Los Angeles, l
15.
High School High (1996) as Stunts
Moby Dick. A Tale of Two Cities. Don Quixote. These are classic works of literature that today two out of every three high school students do not even recognize. Okay, so three out of three. Of course, that's not so bad though when you realize that none of them can identify where Canada is, either. To idealistic Richard Clark, however, everyone in school has the deep-rooted ability to be a top student and there's no such thing as a bad kid. That's why he's quit his job teaching at a posh academy and moved to a tough inner city high school. It's his strongest belief that these kids should be allowed to have the very same experiences that all people have in high school--dating, going to proms, begging for sex, etc.
16.
Back to Back: American Yakuza II (1996)
An ex-cop and his teenage daughter find themselves caught in a three-way battle involving Japanese mobsters, gangland thugs and a corrupt cop.
17.
Mortal Kombat (1995)
Evil sorcerer Shang Tsung has led a powerful prince to victory against his mortal enemies for nine generations. If he is victorious in the tenth Mortal Kombat tournament, the desolation and evil that have flourished in the Outworld will reign over Earth forever. Now, guided into battle by Rayden, a mighty and powerful god, three human warriors--Sonya Blade, Johnny Cage and Lui Kang--must look deep within their souls to discover the power they need to conquer a host of insurmountable events and superhuman foes.
18.
Low Down Dirty Shame, A (1994) as Stunts
A down on his luck private eye is hired to track down $20 million in missing drug money.
19.
Double Dragon (1994) as Stunts
Set 15 years in the future in post-earthquake California, where San Diego and Los Angeles are merged into one city, two teenage brothers battle an evil crime lord for possession of the magical Double Dragon medallion.
20.
Rising Sun (1993) as Stunts
A cop and a foreign liason in Japanese culture team up to solve a murder amidst political pressure from the U.S. and the Japanese.
21.
Rapid Fire (1992) as Stunts
When a student witness a murder between two feuding drug families, he seeks the help of a friend who is a cop.
22.
Showdown In Little Tokyo (1991) as Stunts
A police task force investigates Asian gangs in Los Angeles.
23.
Black Rain (1989) as Stunts
Tough cops Nick Conklin and Charlie Vincent break up a Yakuza crime ring in New York and escort a Japanese killer back to his home country. The criminal escapes, and the two detectives are forced to team up with the Tokyo police to track him down. Along the way, they find themselves drawn ever deepe

Misc. Crew (feature film)

24.
Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (2002) as Lung Fai'S Double
A spoof of the martial arts genre that melds borrowed footage from the little known 1976 Hong Kong karate flick "Tiger & Crane Fists" with new footage featuring the film's writer/director, Steve Oedekerk, as a heroic figure out to avenge the death of his parents at the hands of the evil and seemingl
25.
Gate of Heavenly Peace, The (1996) as Consultant
On June 4th, 1989, students and workers occupied Beijing's Tiananmen Square and the world watched China struggle with this wrenching upheaval in the name of democracy. Filmmakers Carma Hinton and Richard Gordon reveal the complexity of the event which, tragically, led to a deepening of political rep

Stunts (TV Mini-Series)

26.
Vanishing Son I (1994) as Stunts
Two students (Jian-Wa and Wago) in the Peoples Republic of China are forced to flee out of China after having taken part in a protest action for freedom (reference is made to the fights at Tiananmen Square in 1989). They come to America, and try to build up a new life. After a while, one of the brothers pursues a musical career while the other gets entangled in a criminal organisation.

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