Peter Kwong's Main TV Roles
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Peter Kwong has been in the television and film industry for over 30 years. He graduated from CSU Sacramento in Theatre Arts and furthered his studies at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. On stage, screen and television, he has accumulated over a hundred credits. On the small screen you may have seen him in "Jag", "General Hospital", "My Wife and Kids", "The District", "Malcolm and Eddie", "Sisters", "Dynasty", and "Miami Vice" to name a few. Just back from filming in Bulgaria in Sci Fi Channel's "Fierce Dragon". His films include "Big Trouble in Little China", "Golden Child", "The Presidio", "Angel Town", "Never Too Young To Die", "Gleaming The Cube", "Brainsmasher: A Love Story", with Andrew Dice Clay. Peter has come full circle to the stage again, playing Dr. Haing S. Ngor in "The Survivor: A Cambodian Odyssey"; while utilizing his musical theater skills in "Mame" with the late Juliet Prowse.
He has served on the National Board of Directors of Screen Actors Guild - ten years, National Board of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Local Los Angeles AFTRA Board, Chairman of the Committee for Racial Equality at Actors Equity Association, Vice-Chairs of the Ethnic Equal Opportunities and the Young Performers Committees of the Screen Actors Guild, and member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Now serving as Board of Governors - Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
His award-winning choreography has been touted as a blend of jazz, hip-hop and martial arts. His talents have won him an honorary membership to the Los Angeles Mime Guild. His passion for the dance has gotten him on music videos. He is a practitioner of Northern Shaolin Kung-fu which eventually branched off to more meditative and healing disciplines such as Chi Kung Meditation and currently teaches Tai Chi Chuan.
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