|Also Known As:
Cary H Tagawa, Ben Smith, Cari Hiroyuki Tagawa, Cary Tagawa
|Born: || September 27, 1950
||Cause of Death: ||
actor, martial artist
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Moved with family from Japan to Fort Bragg, North Carolina
With family, moved frequently, living in Fort Polk, Louisiana, Fort Hood, Texas, and eventually in Southern California
After college, moved to Japan to live, but eventually returned to the USA
Began acting career with role in "Armed Response"
Breakthrough screen part as Chang in the Oscar-winning "The Last Emperor"
Had featured role in the James Bond film "Licence to Kill"
Appeared in "Showdown in Little Tokyo"
Had supporting role in "Rising Sun"
Made cameo appearance in "Mortal Kombat"
Portrayed a farmer who orders a mail-order spouse in "Picture Bride"
Acted in "The Phantom"
Was one of the undead slayers in "John Carpenter's Vampires"
Co-starred in "Snow Falling on Cedars"
Supported Wesley Snipes in "The Art of War"
Potrayed Japanese commander Minoru Genda in "Pearl Harbor"
Was featured as one of the simians in "Planet of the Apes", helmed by Tim Burton
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University of Southern California:
Los Angeles , California