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Chris Pang

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jrp@aam.com.au
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Details

Gender: Male
Age Range: 23 - 38
Height: 180cm
Base Location: Melbourne
Available In: International, Melbourne, Sydney
Skills: Actor, Dancer, Stunt Performer
Hair: Black
Eye: Dark Brown
Ethnicity: Asian, Chinese
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Television

2020 TBA Amazon Studios, TBA
2016 Recurring, Arban Netflix, The Weinstein Company, Various
2011 Guest, Than Southern Star, Geoff Bennet
2010 Guest, Phuong Lam Southern Star, Kevin Carlin
2008 Chinese Official Southern Star Productions, Jess Hobbs

Feature Film

2019 Supporting, Jun Jie Tunnel Post, Andrea A. Walter
2019 TBA Sony Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Elizabeth Banks
2018 Lead, Finn Pop Life Entertainment, Anthony Hickox
2018 Lead, Colin Khoo Warner Bros, Color Force, SK Global, Jon M. Chu
2016 Supporting, Flying Blade Netflix, Woo-Ping Yuen
2015 Supporting, Cool Asian Guy Superfast The Safran Company, Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
2014 Supporting, Sin New Horizons Picture, ACE Studios, Hippopotamus Films, Antony Szeto
2013 Supporting, Phuk 4Cows, Cherub Films, Screen Australia, Tony Mahony, Angus Sampson
2013 Supporting, Levi Lakeshore, Hopscotch, Stuart Beattie
2011 Supporting, Kong Citizen Jia Li GUNG HO Productions, Sky Crompton
2009 Lead, Lee Takkam Ambience Entertainment, Omnilab Media, Stuart Beattie
2007 Supporting, May's Date Film Finance, Film Victoria, Tony Ayres

Short Film

2018 Kakashi Hatake Kevin V. Inch, Nik Shaw, Michael J. Murphy
2018 Tom Nick Sutjongdro, Peter Adrian Sudarso
2013 Lin Feng Independent, Tian Jiang Ye

Voice Over

2005 Jackie Chan's Brother in law Soundfirm, Benny Chan

Corporate Work

2011 Host Colour Me Films, Emily Owens

Training & Additional Notes

Chris Pang has just wrapped on Sony’s Charlie’s Angels reboot as “Johnny Smith” a smooth, calculated criminal and admirable fighter who is not at all what he at first appears.

Chris Pang can currently be seen in Warner Bros. feature film Crazy Rich Asians, which recently won the Critics’ Choice Award for best film (Comedy). He will play “Colin Khoo” - whose ‘wedding of the century’ is the event around which the entire film revolves.

Chris Pang is an Australian actor whose breakout role was a lead and love interest to the protagonist in Paramount’s Tomorrow When The War Began, which excelled to be the highest grossing Australian film of 2010 collecting many awards; also subsequently breaking DVD sales records in Australia. He is actively engaged in developing projects and is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese. Pang has practised over 15 years of martial arts and is proficient in hand-to-hand combat as well as weapons.  

Chris Pang has steadily built a stable of film and television credits since Tomorrow, When the War Began (2010). The success of the film was followed by a number of Australian television appearances on shows such as AFI Award winning series Rush, critically acclaimed Tangle and City Homicide. Pang would next appear on film alongside Aaron Eckhart and Bill Nighy in Lakeshore’s I, Frankenstein (2014), as “Levi”, a clinical and efficient warrior of the Order of Gargoyles. The Mule (2014) with Hugo Weaving, saw Pang play “Phuk”, the antagonist’s (John Noble) not-so-loyal calm but deadly muscle. More recently Pang will can be seen in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2: Sword of Destiny, the sequel to Ang Lee-directed 2000 martial arts epic, as “Flying Blade” - a highly skilled and noble martial arts fighter who leads his comrades to defend the Green Destiny sword. Pang can also be seen in the 2nd season of popular Netflix/ The Weinstein Company’s Marco Polo as a recurring role “Arban” - a weathered young chieftain who becomes tangled in the bloody politics of the time and who ultimately seals the outcome of the election for the next Khan of Mongolia.

More at http://chris-pang.com/

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Shoe Size: 9.5
Clothing Size: Male - M
Natural Accent: Australian
Accent Skills: American Standard, Australian, Cantonese, Chinese, English
Hair Length: Short
Hair Style: Straight
Instrumental: Guitar
Dance: Hip Hop, R & B
Singing: Pop
Sport & Athletic: Martial Arts, Gymnastics
Circus: Stage Combat
Drivers Licence: Car, Motorcycle

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