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Veteran character actor Keone Young is known for his extensive work on television, spanning more than 120 different roles. He made his screen debut on the TV series "Room 222" in 1969 and followed with appearances on "The Streets of San Francisco" and "Kojak." In 1976 he made his feature film debut in "Baby Blue Marine" and followed with an appearance in "Private Benjamin" alongside Goldie Hawn. Young worked consistently and frequently in television throughout the 1980s. In 1993 he appeared in the TV series "The Untouchables" and "Mad About You," as well as in the feature film "Surf Ninjas." One of Young's most memorable roles was on the HBO series "Deadwood," which re-invented the Western genre by means of some very contemporary swear words. Young appeared as Mr. Wu for 18 episodes from 2004 to 2006 and followed with appearances as a villain in the "Crank" film series and on the TV series "Crash."

Veteran character actor Keone Young is known for his extensive work on television, spanning more than 120 different roles. He made his screen debut on the TV series "Room 222" in 1969 and followed with appearances on "The Streets of San Francisco" and "Kojak." In 1976 he made his feature film debut in "Baby Blue Marine" and followed with an appearance in "Private Benjamin" alongside Goldie Hawn. Young worked consistently and frequently in television throughout the 1980s. In 1993 he appeared in the TV series "The Untouchables" and "Mad About You," as well as in the feature film "Surf Ninjas." One of Young's most memorable roles was on the HBO series "Deadwood," which re-invented the Western genre by means of some very contemporary swear words. Young appeared as Mr. Wu for 18 episodes from 2004 to 2006 and followed with appearances as a villain in the "Crank" film series and on the TV series "Crash."

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Men in Black III (2012)
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 Stand Up Guys (2012)
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 Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo (2006) Uehara Daizo
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 Crank (2006)
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 Dude, Where's My Car? (2000) Chinese Tailor
10.
 Under Pressure (1998) Ron The Repairman
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1969:
Made screen-acting debut on an episode of "Room 222"
1970:
Played bit parts on several popular '70s series, including "The Bill Cosby Show," "Kojak, " and "Police Story"
1989:
Lent his voice to "The Further Adventures of SuperTed"
1995:
Had the recurring role of Taki Mochadomi on "Marker"
2000:
Played Mr. Lee, the Chinese tailor, in stoner comedy "Dude, Where's My Car?"
2007:
Re-teamed with Milch for the ill-fated "John from Cincinnati"
2007:
Was a recurring presence on "The Young and the Restless"
2013:
Played Hido Takahashi on HBO's "True Blood"
2004:
Had breakout role as Mr. Wu on David Milch's acclaimed western series "Deadwood"
2005:
Voice Jake's grandfather on "American Dragon: Jake Long"
2015:
Voiced Commander Sato on "Star Wars Rebels"
2019:
Reprised role for HBO's long-gestating "Deadwood" film
2006:
Played Don Kim in "Crank"
2009:
Reprised role of Don Kim in "Crank: High Voltage"
2012:
Appeared in "Men in Black 3"
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