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Keye Luke is ...

Dead
Born 18 Jun 1904 in Guangzhou
Died 12 Jan 1991 in Whittier
Age86 years, 6 months
Causecerebrovascular disease
Correction?
Keye Luke
Keye Luke
Persconferentie in Amsterdam Hilton i.v.m. film "The Amsterdam Kill"; de Chinees-Amerikaanse acteur Keye Luke 1 oktober 1976

About Keye Luke

Keye Luke (Chinese: 陸錫麒, Cantonese: Luk Shek Kee; June 18, 1904 – January 12, 1991) was a Chinese-American actor. He was known for playing Lee Chan, the "Number One Son" in the Charlie Chan films, the original Kato in the 1939–1941 Green Hornet film serials, Brak in the 1960s Space Ghost cartoons, Master Po in the television series Kung Fu, and Mr. Wing in the Gremlins films. He was the first Chinese-American contract player signed by RKO, Universal Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and was one of the most prominent Asian actors of American cinema in the mid-twentieth century.

Death

Luke died of a stroke on January 12, 1991. He was 86 years old and is buried at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California.

Films

Keye Luke has worked on the following films:

Gremlins 2: The New Batch
1990 horror comedy film
1990
Alice
1990 American romantic fantasy film
1990
Across the Pacific
1942 film by Vincent Sherman, John Huston
1942
Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood
1976 film by Michael Winner
1976
The Hawaiians
1970 film by Tom Gries
1970
Dead Heat
1988 film by Mark Goldblatt
1988
Mr. Moto's Gamble
1938 film by James Tinling
1938
Oil for the Lamps of China
1935 film by Mervyn LeRoy
1935
Charlie Chan at the Olympics
1937 film by H. Bruce Humberstone
1937
Sleep, My Love
1948 film by Douglas Sirk
1948
Charlie Chan at the Circus
1936 film by Harry Lachman
1936
Charlie Chan in Shanghai
1935 film by James Tinling
1935
The Chairman
1969 film by J. Lee Thompson
1969
The Green Hornet
1940s Universal movie serial based on The Green Hornet radio series
1940
World for Ransom
1954 film by Robert Aldrich
1954
The Green Hornet Strikes Again!
1941 film by Ford Beebe, John Rawlins
1941
Lost City of the Jungle
1946 film by Ray Taylor, Lewis D. Collins
1946
Charlie Chan in Paris
1935 film by Lewis Seiler
1935
First Yank into Tokyo
1945 film by Gordon Douglas
1945
Disputed Passage
1939 film by Frank Borzage
1939
Charlie Chan at the Opera
1936 film by H. Bruce Humberstone
1936
Hell's Half Acre
1954 film by John H. Auer
1954
Phantom of Chinatown
1940 film by Phil Rosen
1940
Let's Go Collegiate
1941 film by Jean Yarbrough
1941
Charlie Chan on Broadway
1937 film by Eugene Forde
1937
Manhandled
1950 film by Lewis R. Foster
1950
Barricade
1939 film by Gregory Ratoff
1939
Shanghai
1935 American film
1935
Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo
1937 film by Eugene Forde
1937
Charlie Chan at the Race Track
1936 film by H. Bruce Humberstone
1936
The Amsterdam Kill
1977 film by Robert Clouse
1977
Dark Delusion
1947 film by Willis Goldbeck
1947
North of Shanghai
1939 film by D. Ross Lederman
1939