Jul. 20th, 1986
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Osric Chau (born July 20, 1986) is an actor from Vancouver, British Columbia.
Amongst other roles in Cold Squad and a lead role in a Global TV docudrama, Chau co-starred with David Carradin and 'Daryl Hannah' as "Lang Han" in Phillip Spink's Kung Fu Killer. Chau also had a role in Nickelodeon series The Troop and has done stunt work for the popular game company, Electronic Arts. Chau made his first feature film debut acting in a supporting role in Roland Emmerich's, 2012. He went on to work on his first Chinese film, a remake of the 2000 hit, What Women Want, for Asian audiences, And in 2011, he was a part of The RZA's directorial debut in The Man with the Iron Fist filmed in China. He is more well known as the character Kevin Tran on the CW show Supernatural.
In 2000, Chau took his first martial arts class. It was a Wing Chun class where he learned theories and applications of self defense, he went on to continue studying for 8 years. Earning a gold medal in competition in 2001, he quickly became a student instructor.In summer of 2001 Chau found a new discipline, Wushu. He studied under Zhang Zhi Bing, a master from Harbin, China. There he learned T'ai chi as well as the more traditional forms of Wushu. After four years, Sifu Zhang went back to China, and Chau enrolled in West Coast Chinese Martial Arts in Vancouver under head instructor, Bruce Fontaine. This is where he studied and excelled in Modern Wushu, a more performance orientated martial art. Chau had a natural aptitude for acrobatics, was deemed the most improved of the club in the Spring of 2006 and soon became a student instructor and a staple in the club.
In 2007 in preparation for the Canadian National Team Trials, Chau went with several students to the Beijing Sports University training full time with the BSU Wushu Team for 7 months. Spending hours in the gym each and every day preparing for the upcoming national competition paid off when he went to Montreal and placed top 10 to make the Canadian National Wushu Team.
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