Anthony Brandon Wong stars in "Haywire," opposite Gina Carano, Ewan McGregor, Michael Fassbender and Channing Tatum, as Jiang. Wong also stars opposite Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen in HBO's original movie "Hemingway & Gellhorn," directed by Philip Kaufman, as Chinese premier Chou Enlai.

Anthony Brandon Wong is an actor, comic and singer, who has worked with some of the world's great directors including Steven Soderbergh ("Haywire"), The Wachowski Brothers ("Matrix" trilogy), Scott Hicks ("Hearts in Atlantis," starring Anthony Hopkins; "Shine," starring Geoffrey Rush), John Moore ("Behind Enemy Lines," starring Gene Hackman), Stephen Hopkins (Emmy award winning director of "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers") and Clara Law (Hong Kong director of "Temptation of a Monk," starring Joan Chen).

Wong was more recently seen impersonating Elvis in the comedy film "Guns, Girls and Gambling," opposite Gary Oldman, Christian Slater and Megan Park.

Wong is best known for his role as Zen Buddhist assassin “Ghost” alongside Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Jada Pinkett Smith, Carrie-Anne Moss and Monica Bellucci in "The Matrix Reloaded," "The Matrix Revolutions" and as a lead character in the "Enter the Matrix" video game, and the Twentieth Century Fox blockbuster The "Flight of the Phoenix," co-starring Dennis Quaid, Giovanni Ribisi, Hugh Laurie, Tyrese Gibson and Miranda Otto.

Other film credits include "Little Fish," opposite Cate Blanchett; the lead male role of a womanizing Hong Kong stockbroker in Clara Law’s award-winning "Floating Life"; and roles in "Lilian's Story," co-starring Toni Collette, "Till There Was You," opposite Mark Harmon, "Seeing Red" (Cannes Film Festival) and "The Reunion" (Sydney Film Festival Best Short Film nominee). He recently played a key role in the Australian comedy film "Crooked Business," directed by Chris Nyst, whose last film "Getting Square" scored 14 Australian Film Institute Award nominations.

Wong’s numerous television credits include a lead role in "Mask of the Ninja," opposite Caspar Van Dien; a major role in the ABC Family miniseries "Samurai Girl"; and the lead role of a despotic 15th Century Chinese Emperor in "Secrets of the Forbidden City" for the BBC. Wong has also made guest appearances in such series as "Glee," "The Unit," playing a Thai prince facing death threats, and "NCIS," as Naval Doctor Russell Nguyen. He can also be seen in the HBO TV movie "1%," directed by Emmy-award winning director Alan Taylor ("The Sopranos") and written by Oscar nominated screenwriter Michael Tolkin ("The Player").

Wong’s diverse stage credits include the Victorian Green Room Best Actor Award (Australia's Tony Award equivalent) for his performance as a Filipino transvestite prostitute in Playbox Theatre’s "Sex Diary of an Infidel," which also netted him a Sydney Critics Circle Award nomination. He received further Green Room Award nominations for his work as a cocaine-addicted paraplegic in "The Temple" and an Indonesian priest with magical powers in "The Language of the Gods."

Wong’s singing work includes the rock musical "Rasputin" directed by Stephen Hopkins ("Lost in Space," "The Reaping"), the modern-day opera "And It's Got a Lovely Backyard" and numerous cabaret performances at such venues as Hollywood Studios Bar & Grill, The Gardenia, M Bar Hollywood, Sydney's Darling Harbour, Harbourside Brasserie, Side On Café, Actors Centre and LA Bar.

Wong’s comedy credits include being one of the original cast members of the hit stage show "Wog-a-Rama" and stand-up appearances at Sydney’s Comedy Hotel and comic cameos on TV shows such as "Acropolis Now," "The Today Show" and "BackBerner."

Wonghas trained extensively with Ivana Chubbuck, acclaimed teacher and coach to Brad Pitt, Halle Berry, Charlize Theron, Jim Carrey, Terrence Howard, Djimon Hounsou and Catherine Keener. Wong has also studied the Meisner and Strasberg Techniques, cold reading with Margie Haber, comedy with Scott Sedita, and trained in improv at Second City and Los Angeles Theatresports.

As a much sought-after acting teacher and coach himself, Wong has taught at Australia's prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Art (alumni include Cate Blanchett, Mel Gibson and Judy Davis), Actors Centre Australia (where Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts and Colin Farrell trained), Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, 16th Street Studios Melbourne, and Australian Theatre for Young People (where Nicole Kidman studied as a teenager), as well as in Los Angeles, and in Brisbane at the Australian Acting Academy.


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Age: 52 years old
Birthday: May 12, 1965
Height: 5' 6"
Birthplace: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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