BD Wong American actor

BD Wong is a 62 years old American actor from San Francisco, California. He was born on October 24, 1960 in San Francisco, California as Bradley Darryl Wong. His nickname is B.D. Wong, Bradd D Wong Bradley Daryll Wong, Bradd D. Wong, Bradd Wong.

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Bradley Darryl BD Wong is an American actor best known for his roles as Dr. George Huang on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Father Ray Mukada on Oz as Dr. John Lee on Awake Henry Wu in the first Jurassic Park film and the upcoming fourth entry Jurassic World his portrayal of Ngawang Jigme in the movie Seven Years in Tibet as well as voice-over and stage acting. Other notable films he starred in are Father of the Bride and And the Band Played On.
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His real name:
Birth name of BD Wong is Bradley Darryl Wong
Is BD Wong still alive?

Yes, BD Wong is still alive Last check: 2 years ago

BD Wong net worth

He has a net worth of 8 million dollars.

Works

BD Wong Movies (40)

There are 40 movies of BD Wong.

His first feature film was Jurassic World (2015, as Henry Wu). He was 54 when he starred in this movie. Since 2015, he has appeared in 40 feature films. The last one is Reflections on Ice: Michelle Kwan Skates to the Music of Disney's 'Mulan' (1998). In this movie, we watched him in the Captain Li Shang (voice) character .

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BD Wong movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

BD Wong TV Shows (14)

His first TV Show was Simon & Simon (1981).

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Awards (2)

Awarded Theatre World Award in 1987 , awarded Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play in 1987 ,

Education

He graduated from San Francisco State University

What is BD's zodiac sign?

BD Wong zodiac sign is scorpio.

Where does He lives?

He is living in Los Angeles.

When is Wong's next birthday?

BD Wong was born on the , which was a Monday. He will be turning 63 in only 327 days from today (01 December, 2022).

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