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Sometimes credited as: Albert Leong

Nickname: Al 'Ka Bong'

Biography from 1989 Excellent Adventure Press Kit

Known as a top stuntman and martial-arts expert, Leong has appeared in such films as "Lethal Weapon," "The Golden Child," "She?s Having a Baby," "Steele Justice," "Big Trouble in Little China" and "Running Scared."  On television, Leong has guest-starred on "Magnum, P.I.," "The Equalizer," "Spenser for Hire" and "The A-Team."  He is also adept at "lion dancing," a form of street performance based on an ancient ritual in which Leong and a partner are clad in massive, colorful masks and capes.

Updated Biography

There's no doubt that Al Leong has made a lasting impression in the film world, carving a niche in the category of character actor.  People know they have seen him before, and for good reason!  He has worked extensively in movies, making film appearances which are notable and carry real impact.

Lithe and agile, Al Leong's stunt work is called to play in many of his film appearances and his stuntwork list on IMDb is almost as long as his movie credits.  His most notable role was that of Mel Gibson's torturer in Lethal Weapon.  He also made appearances in Beverly Hills Cop 3, Escape from L.A., Godzilla, The Scorpion King and Forbidden Warrior.

His recent television appearances include a recurring role in the first season of 24, and guest shots in That 70's Show and Deadwood.

Al has also made his mark behind the camera, acting as sword fighting consultant on The Scorpion King and writing and directing the film Daddy Tell Me a Story in 2000.

Al is slated to appear in the 2008 film Confessions of an Action Star.

Last updated: 4/6/12

For a list of Al's acting credits,
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