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Also Known As: George Cheung, George Lee Cheong, George K. Cheung Died:
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Over the course of his long and varied career, George Cheung has appeared as a supporting actor in everything from the mind-bending TV mystery series "Lost" to the gentle spy parody "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" and performed as a stuntman in numerous feature films. Cheung broke into film and television in the mid-'70s and spent several years appearing in small roles in shows like the private investigator drama "The Rockford Files" and the sky's-the-limit adventure series "Fantasy Island." In 1982, he landed a recurring role as a Malaysian bartender on the '30s-era adventure serial "Bring 'Em Back Alive," about the daring exploits of a big game hunter in Singapore. After appearing in a small but memorable role as a Chinese lounge singer in "Sneakers," which starred Robert Redford as the leader of a ragtag group of computer security experts racing to recover a valuable microchip, Cheung was cast in a guest role on the short-lived soap opera "Sunset Beach." He appeared in a minor role in the big-budget Hollywood adaptation of the '70s cop drama "Starsky & Hutch" and later played a pivotal role as a Chinese ambassador in the final season of "Lost." In addition to his work as an actor, Cheung...

Over the course of his long and varied career, George Cheung has appeared as a supporting actor in everything from the mind-bending TV mystery series "Lost" to the gentle spy parody "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" and performed as a stuntman in numerous feature films. Cheung broke into film and television in the mid-'70s and spent several years appearing in small roles in shows like the private investigator drama "The Rockford Files" and the sky's-the-limit adventure series "Fantasy Island." In 1982, he landed a recurring role as a Malaysian bartender on the '30s-era adventure serial "Bring 'Em Back Alive," about the daring exploits of a big game hunter in Singapore. After appearing in a small but memorable role as a Chinese lounge singer in "Sneakers," which starred Robert Redford as the leader of a ragtag group of computer security experts racing to recover a valuable microchip, Cheung was cast in a guest role on the short-lived soap opera "Sunset Beach." He appeared in a minor role in the big-budget Hollywood adaptation of the '70s cop drama "Starsky & Hutch" and later played a pivotal role as a Chinese ambassador in the final season of "Lost." In addition to his work as an actor, Cheung worked as a stuntman on many high-profile films, including the epic 1988 TV mini-series "War and Remembrance" and the campy sci-fi film "Mars Attacks!."

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 Sucker Free City (2005)
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 Starsky & Hutch (2004) Chau
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 Invincible (2001) Tojo Sakamura
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 No Tomorrow (1999) Ming
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 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) Chinese Teacher
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 Lethal Weapon 4 (1998) Fan
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 Rush Hour (1998) Soo Yung'S Driver
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 High Voltage (1998) Victor Phan
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