Years active 1979–present
Spouse Christina Ma (m. 1994)
|Official website www.tzima.com|
TV shows Yellowthread Street
Name Tzi Ma
|Born June 10, 1962 (age 61) Hong Kong (1962-06-10) |
Movies Rush Hour, Rush Hour 3, The Ladykillers, A Good Man, Million Dollar Arm
Similar People Keoni Waxman, Christina Ma, Ken Leung, Brett Ratner, Victor H Webster
Dante s peak 10 10 movie clip the volcano explodes 1997 hd
Tzi Ma (Chinese: 馬志; born June 10, 1962) is a Hong Kong-American character actor who has made numerous appearances in American films and television series including Dante's Peak, Rush Hour, 24, and The Man in the High Castle.
- Dante s peak 10 10 movie clip the volcano explodes 1997 hd
- Interview with actor Tzi Ma
- Early life and education
Interview with actor Tzi Ma
Early life and education
Ma was born in Hong Kong, the last of eight children.
Ma's film career includes major roles in the films The Quiet American and the remake of The Ladykillers as well as appearances in Asian American independent films The Sensei, Red Doors, Catfish in Black Bean Sauce and Baby. He is recognized for his role as Consul Han in Rush Hour and in the third installment, Rush Hour 3.
He has appeared in Akeelah and the Bee and thriller Dante's Peak.
Ma is among the actors, producers, and directors interviewed in the documentary The Slanted Screen (2006), directed by Jeff Adachi, about the representation of Asian and Asian American men in Hollywood.
He is also known for his recurring role as Cheng Zhi, the head of security for the Chinese Consulate (Los Angeles), on the television series 24, first appearing in the series's fourth season and reprising the role in 24: Live Another Day. He also voiced Bàba Ling, Francine's adoptive father, in the animated TV series American Dad!.
Ma's other TV credits include guest appearances on MacGyver, Walker, Texas Ranger, Law & Order, ER, Boomtown, Commander in Chief, Chicago Hope, The Unit, Star Trek: The Next Generation, L.A. Law, NYPD Blue, Millennium, Fringe, Cold Case, NCIS: Los Angeles, Hawaii Five-0, Lie to Me, The Cosby Show, Grey's Anatomy, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hell on Wheels. Ma also had a voice role in the video game Sleeping Dogs. He also appeared on the ABC series Once Upon a Time as "The Dragon". He also appeared as a zen master on the USA series Satisfaction.
Ma has received awards for his acting roles including the Cine Golden Eagle Award for Best Actor for The Dance and The Railroad, and the Garland Award for his acting in Flower Drum Song.