Kam Tong

Have Gun - Will Travel
1906 - 1969

Kam Tong  American Actor

Age
62
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Kam Tong (December 18, 1906 – November 8, 1969) was a Chinese American actor best known for his role as Hey Boy on the CBS television series Have Gun – Will Travel and as Dr. Li in the film version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Flower Drum S...

First Name Kam
Last Name Tong
Age 62 (age at death) years
Birthday 18th December, 1906
Died 8th November, 1969
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Nationality American
Occupation Actor
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Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
The Mad Room1969 Male Nurse (uncredited) Movie
It Takes a Thief1968 1st Servant TV Show
Kill a Dragon1967 Win Lim Movie
CBS Playhouse1967 Chief Elder TV Show
Mister Buddwing1966 Dice Player Movie
Stagecoach1966 Waldo (uncredited) Movie
Women of the Prehistoric Planet1966 Jung Movie
The Time Tunnel1966 Sgt. Itsugi TV Show
Dimension 51966 Kim Fong Movie
I Spy1965 Kung, Wang Lee TV Show
Mister Roberts1965 TV Show
The Big Valley1965 Wong, Key, Wing Lee TV Show
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.1964 Ra Pandu, Yukio TV Show
Espionage Taget: You1964 Mr. Kai (uncredited) Movie
It Happened at the World's Fair1963 Uncle Walter Ling Movie
The Richard Boone Show1963 Ling Lee TV Show
The Virginian1962 Chang, Ning Yang TV Show
Flower Drum Song1961 Doctor Li Movie
Alcoa Premiere1961 Lu Ding TV Show
Walk Like a Dragon1960 San (uncredited) Movie
Who Was That Lady?1960 Lee Wong (uncredited) Movie
Hong Kong1960 Mr. Sui TV Show
Kraft Mystery Theater1960 Jung Lu TV Show
The Brothers Brannagan1960 Han TV Show
Mr. Garlund1960 Kam Chang TV Show
Bonanza1959 Ching Liu TV Show
The Third Man1959 Lee TV Show
The Untouchables1959 Waiter TV Show
21 Beacon Street1959 Tsai TV Show
Border Patrol1959 Lim Wat TV Show
The Hunters1958 Red Chinese Officer (uncredited) Movie
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse1958 Jung Lu TV Show
The Seventh Sin1957 Colonel Yu Movie
Have Gun - Will Travel1957 Hey Boy TV Show
The Silent Service1957 Borallis, Korean TV Show
Wagon Train1957 Leung TV Show
The Californians1957 Lee Ying TV Show
Playhouse 901956 TV Show
Telephone Time1956 TV Show
Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy1955 Chinese Busboy (uncredited) Movie
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing1955 Dr. Sen (uncredited) Movie
Soldier of Fortune1955 Needle, Chinese Communist Interrogator (uncredited) Movie
The Left Hand of God1955 Moslem Messenger (uncredited) Movie
Crossroads1955 TV Show
Front Row Center1955 TV Show
The Lone Wolf1954 Chang TV Show
This Is My Love1954 Harry Movie
You Are There1953 Katamo TV Show
Target Hong Kong1953 Tai Ching (uncredited) Movie
Hong Kong1952 Jewelry Store Clerk (uncredited) Movie
Cavalcade of America1952 TV Show
A Yank in Indo-China1952 Major Lao Kay Movie
The Red Skelton Hour1951 Customer in Chinese Laundry Skit TV Show
State Department: File 6491949 Chinese Man (uncredited) Movie
Dishonored Lady1947 Courtland's Houseboy (uncredited) Movie
Salute to the Marines1943 Japanese Officer (uncredited) Movie
They Got Me Covered1943 Hawara (uncredited) Movie
Across the Pacific1942 T. Oki Movie
China Girl1942 Japanese Doctor (uncredited) Movie
King of the Mounties1942 Japanese Pilot (uncredited) Movie
Lure of the Islands1942 Lt. Kono Movie
The Hidden Hand1942 Mallo Movie
Joan of Ozark1942 Japanese Commander (uncredited) Movie
Mr. Blabbermouth!1942 Japanese Man on Bus (uncredited) Short Film
Rubber Racketeers1942 Tom Movie
Passage from Hong Kong1941 Newsboy (uncredited) Movie
Drums of Fu Manchu1940 Crawford's Manservant [Ch.7] (uncredited) Movie
The Real Glory1939 Filipino Soldier (uncredited) Movie
International Settlement1938 Waiter (uncredited) Movie
The Good Earth1937 Chinese Peasant (uncredited) Movie
Ace Drummond1936 Mongolian Worker (uncredited) Movie
The General Died at Dawn1936 Houseboy (uncredited) Movie
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