Tony Tang (actor)

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Tony Tang is a British screen actor, best known for his recurring role as the Chinese Waiter in the BBC comedy series Little Britain , written by and starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams.

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He has also appeared in two Guy Ritchie movies - Snatch and Revolver - as well as the comic book adaptation From Hell , starring Johnny Depp. Tang's other television work includes appearances in Dr. Terrible's House of Horrible (alongside Steve Coogan), The First Emperor and Keen Eddie .


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