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  1. Chinese actor stubs

    Chinese actor stubs

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  2. Filipino actor stubs

    Filipino actor stubs

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  3. Hong Kong actor stubs

    Hong Kong actor stubs

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  4. Indian actor stubs

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  5. Japanese actor stubs

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  6. Korean actor stubs

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  7. Middle Eastern actor stubs

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  1. Pumwaree Yodkamol

    Pumwaree Yodkamol


    Pumwaree Yodkamol (Thai: ภุมวารี ยอดกมล; rtgsPhum-wari Yotkamon; born February 9, 1982 in Bangkok) is a Thai film and television actress. She co-starred in Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior, portraying Muay Lek alongside Tony Jaa. Other roles include The Bodyguard, where she played Pok, and Pisaj, in the role of Oui.

  2. Eva Arnaz

    Eva Arnaz


    Eva Yanthi Arnaz (born July 14, 1958) is an Indonesian film actress who was prominent in Indonesian film in the 1980s. She was best known for her work in action films.

  3. Janie Tienphosuwan

    Janie Tienphosuwan


    Janie Tienphosuwan (Thai: เจนี่ เทียนโพธิ์สุวรรณ์; born 11 September 1981 in Los Angeles, California) is an American-born Thai actress and model.

  4. Nurul Elfira Loy

    Nurul Elfira Loy


    Nurul Elfira Loy Binti Ahmad Sabri (born March 8, 1994) (Jawi: نورول ايلفير لوي), better known by her stage name Elfira Loy, is a Malaysian actress. She debuted in her first telemovie drama Cinta Itu Buta where she acted as a school girl. She is known for her role as Qalesya in the hit drama Qalesya and as Amirah in Disney's Waktu Rehat. Elfira's siblings, Ahmad Ezzrin Loy and Nurul Ezlisa Loy are both actors.

  5. JeeJa Yanin

    JeeJa Yanin


    Yanin "Jeeja" Vismitananda (Thai: ญาณิน "จีจ้า" วิสมิตะนันทน์; rtgsYanin "Chicha" Wisamittanan), née Nicharee Vismitananda (Thai: ณิชชารีย์ วิสมิตะนันทน์; rtgsNitchari Wisamittanan), (born March 31, 1984) is a Thai actress and martial artist. She specialises in Taekwondo. She is credited as Yanin Mitananda in Chocolate.

  6. Svetlana Svetlichnaya

    Svetlana Svetlichnaya


    Svetlana Afanasyevna Svetlichnaya (Russian: Светлана Афанасьевна Светличная) (born 15 May 1940) is a Soviet and Russian actress most famous for her role in The Diamond Arm (Brilliantovaya Ruka).

  7. Sarimah Ibrahim

    Sarimah Ibrahim


    Sarimah Ibrahim (born 19 February 1978) is a Malaysian television host, actress and singer.

  8. Angie Cheung

    Angie Cheung


    Angie Cheong Wai-yee (born 4 November 1973) is a Hong Kong-based Malaysian Chinese actress. She won the Miss Chinese Malaysia in 1992 and went to Hong Kong to compete for the Miss Chinese International in 1993. After that, she signed a contract with the Hong Kong television TVB and became an actress. In 2003, she was beaten by her boyfriend and was seriously injured. Cheong recently returned to Malaysia to film an episode of Super Trio Series. In 2013, Cheong returned to TVB to film Never Dance Alone after being persuaded by her good friend and executive producer of the serial drama, Eric Tsang.

  9. Suwinit Panjamawat

    Suwinit Panjamawat


    Suwinit Panjamawat (Thai: สุวินิจ ปัญจมะวัต, born 1984) is a Thai actor. His roles include the teenaged title character in Jan Dara by director Nonzee Nimibutr and as the youthful Dum in Tears of the Black Tiger by Wisit Sasanatieng. He also appears in Nonzee's segment in the Asian cinema horror film collaboration, "The Wheel".

  10. Pierre Png

    Pierre Png


    Pierre Theodore Png Tiang Huat (born 29 October 1973), better known as Pierre Png or Fang Zhanfa, is a Singaporean actor and comedian of Peranakan descent. He is contracted to MediaCorp and is known for starring in dramas on Channel 5 (English language) and Channel 8 (Chinese language). Early in his career he was known for playing Phua Chu Beng, brother of Gurmit Singh's character in Phua Chu Kang Pte Ltd. He is also known for his role as a troubled and unhappy husband in the 2008 year-end blockbuster period drama The Little Nyonya, and as a villain in 2013 drama The Journey: A Voyage.

  11. Collin Chou

    Collin Chou


    Collin Chou (born 11 August 1967), sometimes credited as Ngai Sing, is a Taiwan-born American actor and martial artist. Chou is best known in the United States for his portrayal of Seraph in the films The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, and in the video game Enter the Matrix. In Asian cinema, Chou has co-starred with Jet Li, Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung in martial arts films such as Fearless (2006), and Flash Point (2007). He is also known for playing the antagonist "Jade Warlord" in The Forbidden Kingdom (2008), which starred Jet Li and Jackie Chan. Chou attended Pierce Community College in Los Angeles, United States.

  12. Steph Song

    Steph Song


    Steph Song (Chinese: 宋琇萱) is a Malaysian actress, of Chinese heritage, raised in Canada and Australia. She was voted Sexiest Woman in the world by Asian readers of FHM magazine. Song has received five Leo Award nominations and one Gemini Award nomination for her TV and Film work in Canada and the United States.

  13. Dylan Kuo

    Dylan Kuo


    Dylan Kuo (Chinese: 郭品超; pinyin: Guo Pin Chao) was born on June 8, 1977 in Taipei Taiwan. He is a Taiwanese actor, model and singer. Besides Taiwan he has worked in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Japan. He is also known as Irons Kwok, his earlier western name, and Kwok Bun Chui, his name pronounced in Cantonese. He speaks Mandarin, Taiwanese, Cantonese (with a Mandarin accent) and limited English. He rose to fame in 2004 after playing the lead role in the GTV drama "The Outsiders".

  14. Lhakpa Tsamchoe

    Lhakpa Tsamchoe


    Lhakpa Tsamchoe (Nepali: लाक्पा साम्चे) (born 1972) is an Indian born Nepalese actress of Tibetan descent. She is the first Tibetan woman ever to break into mainstream film; most famous for starring alongside Brad Pitt and David Thewlis in the 1997 Hollywood blockbuster Seven Years in Tibet, in which she played Pema Lhaki, a Tibetan tailor and wife of Austrian mountaineer, Peter Aufschnaiter.

  15. Kesarin Chaichalermpol

    Kesarin Chaichalermpol


    Kesarin Chaichalermpol (Thai: เกศรินทร์ ชัยเฉลิมพล; rtgsKetsarin Chaichaloemphon) is a Thai actress who has acted under a number of stage names, particularly Nong Natt (น้องแนท) and Natt Chanapa.

  16. Richie Jen

    Richie Jen


    Richie Jen Hsien-chi is a Taiwanese singer and actor. He has become extremely popular throughout Asia, particularly in the Chinese-speaking countries. He graduated from the Chinese Culture University's physical education department.

  17. Chintara Sukapatana

    Chintara Sukapatana


    Chintara Sukapatana (Thai: จินตหรา สุขพัฒน์; rtgsChintara Sukkhaphat), born Chittima Sukapatana (Thai: จิตติมาฆ์ สุขพัฒน์; rtgsChittima Sukkhaphat, January 22, 1965 in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand) is a Thai film actress. Her best-known role was as Trinh in the 1987 Hollywood film, Good Morning, Vietnam, in which she co-starred opposite Robin Williams. At the time, she was a student at Krirk University.

  18. Ethan Juan

    Ethan Juan


    Ethan Juan (traditional Chinese: 阮經天; simplified Chinese: 阮经天; pinyin: Ruǎn Jīngtiān; Wade–Giles: Juan Ching-t'ien) was born on 8 November 1982. He is a Taiwanese actor and model. He is sometimes credited as Juan Ching-Tien or Ruan Jing-Tian. His nicknames include Xiao Tian (小天), Si Xiao Hai (死小孩), Ruan 7 Tian (阮7天), Ruan GING Tian (阮GING天). He rose to prominence in the Taiwanese drama Fated To Love You, and is the 2010 Best Leading Actor winner of the 47th Golden Horse Awards for his role in Monga.

  19. Chin Han

    Chin Han


    Ng Chin Han (born November 27, 1969), usually credited as just Chin Han, is a Singaporean actor of stage, film, and television whose career has spanned more than 20 years. He gained widespread acclaim while starring in Masters of the Sea, Singapore television's first foray into English-language drama.

  20. Dan Chupong

    Dan Chupong


    Chupong Changprung (born March 23, 1981 in Kalasin Province, Thailand, Thai: ชูพงษ์ ช่างปรุง, Thai nickname: "Deaw") is a Thai martial arts film actor. He is also known by his Westernized name, Dan Chupong (the given name is alternatively spelled Choopong or Choupong, and the first name is sometimes Danny). Starting out as part of the stunt team of martial-arts choreographer Panna Rittikrai, Chupong's first film credit was as "Bodyguard 4" in Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior. He then went on to leading roles in the 2004 film, Born to Fight and 2006 film Dynamite Warrior. He has also appeared in Nonzee Nimibutr's Queen of Langkasuka (2008), Somtum (2008), Ong Bak 2 (uncredited) and portrayed the main antagonist in Ong Bak 3.

  21. Wilber Pan

    Wilber Pan


    Wilber Pan, also known as Will Pan (traditional Chinese: 潘瑋柏; simplified Chinese: 潘玮柏; pinyin: Pān Wěibó; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Phoaⁿ Úi-peh), was born on 6 August 1980. He is an American-born Taiwanese Mandopop singer-songwriter, rapper, music producer, actor, entrepreneur, and investor. He started his career as a host of Channel V programs. In 2011, Pan was awarded Best Leading Actor in a Television Series for Endless Love (愛∞無限) at the 46th Golden Bell Awards, Taiwan's equivalent to the Emmy Awards.

  22. Ji-ah Lee

    Ji-ah Lee


    Lee Ji-ah (born Kim Sang-eun on February 2, 1978) is a South Korean actress. After her first leading role in The Legend (2007), she has starred in television series such as Beethoven Virus (2008), Style (2009), Athena: Goddess of War (2010), and Me Too, Flower! (2011).

  23. Napakpapha Nakprasitte

    Napakpapha Nakprasitte


    Napakpapha Nakprasitte (Thai: นภคปภา นาคประสิทธิ์; rtgsNaphakpapha Nakprasit, and better known as Mamee, born April 19, 1981) is a Thai film actress. She is sometimes credited as Napakapa Nakprasit.

  24. Rahul Bose

    Rahul Bose


    Rahul Bose (born 27 July 1967) is an Indian film actor, director, screenwriter, social activist, and rugby player. Bose has appeared in Bengali films such as Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, Kalpurush, Anuranan, Antaheen, Laptop and The Japanese Wife. He has also appeared in Hindi films such as Pyaar Ke Side Effects, Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam, Jhankaar Beats, Kucch Luv Jaisaa, and Chameli. He also played the antagonist in the 2013 Tamil-Hindi film Vishwaroopam. Time magazine named him "the superstar of Indian arthouse cinema" while Maxim named him "the Sean Penn of Oriental cinema". for his work in parallel cinema films like English, August and Mr. and Mrs. Iyer. He is also notable for his social activism: he participated in the relief efforts that followed the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami and is also the founder of the anti-discrimination NGO, The Foundation.

  25. Rene Liu

    Rene Liu


    Rene Liu (traditional Chinese: 劉若英; simplified Chinese: 刘若英; pinyin: Liú Ruòyīng), born June 1, 1970 (some says June 1, 1969) is a Taiwanese actress and singer. She was the first to win Best Actress awards at the Asia Pacific Film Festival in both television and film productions. She has recorded several albums including I'm Fine (我很好).

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