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Keye Luke

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Keye Luke (Chinese: 陸錫麒, Cantonese: Luk Shek Kee; June 18, 1904 – January 12, 1991) was a Chinese-American actor. He was known for playing Lee Chan, the "Number One Son" in the Charlie Chan films, the original Kato in the 1939–1941 Green Hornet film serials, Brak in the 1960s Space Ghost cartoons, Master Po in the television series Kung Fu, and Mr. Wing in the Gremlins films. He was the first Chinese-American contract player signed by RKO, Universal Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and was one of the most prominent Asian actors of American cinema in the mid-twentieth century.

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Jun 18, 1904 In Guangzhou, China
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie The Green Hornet Movie Edition
Latest Project:
Movie Keye Luke 2012-05-13
Known For
Movie The Green Hornet Movie Edition Kato 2022
Movie Keye Luke Keye Luke (himself) 2012-05-13
Movie Gremlins 2: The New Batch Mr. Wing 1990-06-15
Movie Alice Dr. Yang 1990-12-25
Movie The Mighty Quinn Dr. Raj 1989-02-17
Movie Dead Heat Mr. Thule 1988-05-06
Series Sidekicks 1986-09-26
Movie A Fine Mess Ishimine 1986-08-08
Movie Blade in Hong Kong 1985-03-15
Movie Gremlins Grandfather (Mr. Wing) 1984-06-07
Series Goldie Gold and Action Jack Additional Voices (voice) 1981-09-12
Movie The Amsterdam Kill Chung Wei 1977-12-26
Series The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan 1972-09-09
Movie Kung Fu 1972-02-22
Movie The Chairman Professor Soong Li 1969-06-25
Movie Nobody's Perfect Gondai-San 1968-01-12
Series Space Ghost and Dino Boy 1966-09-10
Movie Around the World in Eighty Days Old Man at Travel Office (uncredited) 1956-10-17
Movie Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing Lee Foo 1955-08-18
Movie Hell's Half Acre Police Chief Dan 1954-06-01
Movie South Sea Woman Japanese Deck Officer (uncredited) 1953-06-27
Movie The Feathered Serpent Lee Chan 1948-12-19
Movie Lost City of the Jungle Tal Shan 1946-04-23
Movie First Yank into Tokyo Haan-Soo 1945-09-05
Movie Salute to the Marines 'Flashy' Logaz 1943-09-02
Movie The Adventures of Smilin' Jack Captain Wing 1943-01-05
Movie Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant Dr. Lee Wong How 1942-11-01
Movie A Yank on the Burma Road Kim How 1942-01-29
Movie Mr. and Mrs. North Kumi 1942-01-23
Movie Invisible Agent Surgeon 1942-08-07
Movie The Falcon's Brother Jerry 1942-10-02
Movie Mexican Spitfire's Elephant Lao Lee - Chinese Magician 1942-09-17
Movie The Green Hornet Kato 1940-01-08
Movie Wildcat Bus Tai 1940-08-23
Movie No, No, Nanette Sung, Oriental Cafe Manager (uncredited) 1940-12-19
Movie The Green Hornet Strikes Again! Kato 1940-12-24
Movie Comrade X World Press Attendee with Glasses 1940-12-13
Movie Barricade Ling 1939-12-08
Movie Disputed Passage Andrew Abbott 1939-10-25
Movie Charlie Chan at the Olympics Lee Chan 1937-05-21
Movie The Good Earth Elder Son 1937-06-02
Movie Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo Lee Chan 1937-12-17
Movie Charlie Chan at the Race Track Lee Chan 1936-08-07
Movie Charlie Chan at the Opera Lee Chan 1936-12-04
Movie Here's to Romance Saito 1935-10-04
Movie Murder in the Fleet Consul's Secretary (Uncredited) 1935-05-24
Movie Oil For The Lamps Of China Young Chinese Soldier 1935-06-08
Movie The Painted Veil Shay Key Fong (uncredited) 1934-11-23