|Known for||Martial arts|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
Tom Wu (born 15 May 1972) is a Hong Kong-born British actor who grew up in Chinatown, London. He is a martial arts expert who has appeared in films such as Revolver , Shanghai Knights , Batman Begins and the Bollywood film Ra.One .
At the age of ten, Wu began practising various martial arts such as Hung Gar, karate and Wing Chun, and later took up acrobatics. In 1988, he competed for Britain at China's International wu-shu (martial arts) tournament, winning two bronze medals and a gold medal.He is one of the founding members of the British theatre company Yellow Earth Theatre, which was established in 1995.
One of his notable roles was in The Scorpion King 2 (2008) where he played Fung, a Chinese Ming dynasty soldier rescued by Mathayus and his allies and who later assists them towards the end of the film.
He portrayed the character Hundred Eyes in the Netflix original series Marco Polo before its abrupt cancellation in late 2016.
Recently, Wu has played the role of Sir George, King Arthur's mentor in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword in 2017.
In 2018, Wu played the role of Hong Kong Inspector Daniel Tsui in the series Strangers .
in 2019 Wu returned to his villain acting roots playing a tattoo artist in the Fast & Furious spin off Hobbs & Shaw and playing the Chinese Triad leader Lord George in the British film The Gentlemen .
|1988||Rockliffe's Babies||Ho Lee||Episode: "A Very Diplomatic Incident"|
|1991||The Godfather Squad||Triad in Restaurant|
|1992||To Be the Best||Airline Official||TV movie|
|1996||Thief Takers||Chang Ming||2 episodes|
|1996||Cracker||Detective Lawyer||Episode: "White Ghost"|
|1999||Rogue Trader||George Seow|
|2003||Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life||Sean's Man|
|2003||Out for a Kill||Li Bo|
|2003||Belly of the Beast||General Jantapan|
|2004||Wake of Death||Andy Wang|
|2005||Batman Begins||Bhutanese Prison Guard #1|
|2008||The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior||Fong|
|2008||Mutant Chronicles||Cpl. Juba|
|2010||Spirit Warriors||Hwang||7 episodes|
|2012||Treasure Island||Joe Thoby||TV movie|
|2013||RED 2||Security Officer|
|2013||Kick-Ass 2||Genghis Carnage|
|2014–2016||Marco Polo||Hundred Eyes||18 episodes|
|2014||Da Vinci's Demons||Quon Shan||5 episodes|
|2015||Marco Polo: One Hundred Eyes||Hundred Eyes||TV short|
|2017||King Arthur: Legend of the Sword||George|
|2018||Strangers||Daniel Tsui||8 episodes|
|2019||Strike Back: Revolution||Uncle Laoshu||2 episodes|
|2019||Hobbs & Shaw||Tsoi|
|2019||The Gentlemen||Lord George|
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