Randall Duk Kim
Randall Duk Kim
|Born||September 24, 1943|
|Revised Romanization||Gim Deokmun|
Randall Duk Kim (born September 24, 1943) is an American stage, film, and television actor.
Kim began doing theatre since he was 18 years old.
Kim starred in Chin's second play, The Year of the Dragon in 1974. He was one of the first Asian-American actors to play a leading role in an American production of a Shakespeare play when he played the title role in The New York Public Theater's 1974 production of Pericles, Prince of Tyre.
He played Kralahome in the 1996 revival of The King and I on Broadway, later succeeding to the leading role. Other Broadway credits include Golden Child and the revised version of Flower Drum Song, both written by David Henry Hwang.
Film and television
Kim is married to actress and fellow American Players Theatre co-founder, Anne Occhiogrosso.
|1970||The Hawaiians||Asia at 19||Uncredited|
|1970||Tora! Tora! Tora!||Tadao - Japanese Messenger Boy||Unconfirmed; uncredited|
|1974||Nourish the Beast||Actor||Credited as Randy Kim; television film|
|1995||Prisoners in Time||Nagase Takashi||Television film|
|1998||The Replacement Killers||Alan Chan|
|1998||The Thin Red Line||Nisei Interpreter||Uncredited|
|1999||Anna and the King||General Alak|
|2001||The Lost Empire||Shu|
|2003||MTV Movie Awards Reloaded||Keymaker||Short television film|
|2003||The Matrix Reloaded||Keymaker|
|2005||Memoirs of a Geisha||Dr. Crab|
|2006||Falling for Grace||Mr. Hung|
|2007||Tailor Made||Wong||Short film|
|2007||Year of the Fish||Auntie Yaga/Old Man/Foreman|
|2008||Kung Fu Panda||Master Oogway (voice)|
|2008||Secrets of the Furious Five||Master Oogway (voice)|
|2009||Dragonball Evolution||Grandpa Gohan|
|2009||Ninja Assassin||Tattoo Master|
|2010||The Last Airbender||Old Man in Temple|
|2011||Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters||Master Oogway (voice)|
|2014||John Wick||Continental Doctor|
|2016||Kung Fu Panda 3||Master Oogway (voice)|
|2019||John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum||Continental Doctor|
|1968–1969||Hawaii Five-O||Eddie/John Lo/Oscar||Credited as Randall Kim; "By the Numbers" (#1.9), "Deathwatch" (#1.11), "King Kamehameha Blues" (#2.8)|
|2001||100 Centre Street||Pham Van Trong||"Hostage" (#1.5)|
|2006||Thief||Uncle Lau||Pilot (#1.1), "Flight" (#1.5), "In the Wind" (#1.6)|
|2008||Cashmere Mafia||John Mason||"The Deciders" (#1.4)|
|2008||New Amsterdam||Donald Chen||"Legacy" (#1.6)|
|2008||Fringe||Dashiell Kim||"The Equation" (#1.8)|
|2011||Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness||Master Oogway (voice)||"Ghost of Oogway" (#1.14)|
|2003||Enter the Matrix||Keymaker|
|2005||Red Ninja: End of Honor||Shingen|
|2015||Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends||Master Oogway (voice)|
- Starpulse: biography
- filmbug biography
- Yahoo movie biography
- amctv short bio
- american players theatre history
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- Pericles, Prince of Tyre at the Internet Off-Broadway Database
- George, David (Spring 1979), "Shakespeare in Minneapolis", Shakespeare Quarterly, Folger Shakespeare Library, 30 (2): 219, doi:10.2307/2869313, JSTOR 2869313
- Hiatt, Brian (May 22, 2003). "The Matrixs Keymaker speaks out". EW.com. Retrieved 2021-04-27.
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- Randall Duk Kim at IMDb
- Randall Duk Kim at the Internet Broadway Database
- Randall Duk Kim at the Internet Off-Broadway Database