Keye Luke

Keye Luke
1904 - 1991

Keye Luke  American Actor

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American Actor Keye Luke was born on 18th June, 1904 in Guangzhou, China and passed away on 12th Jan 1991 Whittier, California, USA aged 86. He is most remembered for Kung Fu (1971). His zodiac sign is Gemini.

Keye Luke was in an on-screen matchup with Estelle Getty in The Golden Girls (1985).

Keye Luke is a member of the following lists: Male actors from Los Angeles, Male actors from Seattle and Male actors from Seattle, Washington.

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First Name Keye
Last Name Luke
Alternative Name 陸錫麒, Luk Shek Kee
Age 86 (age at death) years
Birthday 18th June, 1904
Birthplace Guangzhou, China
Died 12th January, 1991
Place of Death Whittier, California, USA
Cause of Death Stroke
Height 5' 6" (168 cm)
Build Average
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Salt and Pepper
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity Asian
Nationality American
University University of Washington
Occupation Text Actor, Voice Artist
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame Kung Fu (1971)
Year(s) Active 1934–1991
Official Websites www.behindthevoiceactors.com/Keye-Luke/, www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=5775

Keye Luke (Chinese: 陸錫麒, Cantonese: Luk Shek Kee; June 18, 1904 – January 12, 1991) was a Chinese-born 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 with RKO, Universal Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and was one of the most prominent Asian actors of American cinema in the mid-twentieth century.

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Keye Luke86 GeminiActor
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Ethel Davis Luke-

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Keye Luke2012Keye Luke (Himself)Movie
Alice1990Dr. YangMovie
Gremlins 2: The New Batch1990Mr. WingMovie
The Mighty Quinn1989Dr. RajMovie
Dead Heat1988Mr. ThuleMovie
The Adventures of Superboy1988SenseiTV Show
Beauty and the Beast1987MasterTV Show
Friday the 13th1987Lum ChenTV Show
A Fine Mess1986IshimineMovie
Kung Fu: The Movie1986Master PoTV Movie
Jonny Quest1986Additional Voices (voice)TV Show
Sidekicks1986SabasanTV Show
Jem1985TV Show
MacGyver1985Adam Chung, PrasertTV Show
Street Hawk1985Mr. MingTV Show
The Golden Girls1985Toshiro MitsumoTV Show
Blade in Hong Kong1985TV Movie
Gremlins1984Grandfather (Mr. Wing)Movie
Crazy Like a Fox1984TV Show
Miami Vice1984Lao LiTV Show
Night Court1984Grandfather Ho, Mr. ShibataTV Show
The New Mike Hammer1984Sun WooTV Show
The Chipmunks1983TV Show
Mister T1983TV Show
The A-Team1983Sam YengTV Show
Cocaine and Blue Eyes1983Tan NgTV Movie
Remington Steele1982TanakaTV Show
Faerie Tale Theatre1982Imperial DoctorTV Show
T.J. Hooker1982Dr. Kenji YakimuraTV Show
Voyagers!1982Kublai KhanTV Show
Fly Away Home1981DucTV Movie
Bret Maverick1981Lu SungTV Show
Falcon Crest1981Wilson FongTV Show
The Smurfs1981Additional VoicesTV Show
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends1981GenjuTV Show
Goldie Gold and Action Jack1981Additional VoicesTV Show
Unit 41981Jimmy YewTV Movie
Magnum, P.I.1980GotoTV Show
Thundarr the Barbarian1980Additional Voices, ZevonTV Show
Just You and Me, Kid1979Doctor DeviceMovie
Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo1979Additional Voices (voice)TV Show
The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show1979Additional Voices (1979) (voice)TV Show
Trapper John, M.D.1979Ronald Kwan MeinTV Show
How the West Was Won1978Leong Chung HuaTV Show
Battle of the Planets1978Colonel Cronus, The Great Spirit, ZoltarTV Show
Vega$1978Henry MatsimuraTV Show
The Amsterdam Kill1977Chung WeiMovie
Meeting of Minds1977Sun Yat-SenTV Show
Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood1976Cook in KitchenMovie
Charlie's Angels1976LinTV Show
Hunter1976TV Show
Quincy M.E.1976Otashi HiyedoTV Show
Noon Sunday1975Colonel OongMovie
Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders1974Lord Sun MingTV Movie
Judgement: The Court Martial of the Tiger of Malaya - General Yamashita1974TV Movie
Enter the Dragon1973HanMovie
The Cat Creature1973The Thief - Joe SungTV Movie
Harry O1973Dr. Creighton FongTV Show
Anna and the King1972KralahomeTV Show
Kung Fu1972Master PoTV Show
M*A*S*H1972Cho Kim, Choi Sung Ho, Mr. ShinTV Show
The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan1972Charlie ChanTV Show
Cannon1971Sam, Su ChinTV Show
The Hawaiians1970Foo SenMovie
The Chairman1969Professor Soong LiMovie
Love, American Style1969Hi Ching (segment "Love and the Golden Worm")TV Show
Marcus Welby, M.D.1969David Yen, Dr. George BraleyTV Show
Scooby Doo, Where Are You!1969Mr. Fong, Zen TuoTV Show
Nobody's Perfect1968Gondai-SanMovie
Project X1968Sen Chiu (as Key Luke)Movie
Adam-121968George Lum, Sing HongTV Show
Hawaii Five-O1968Senator John OishiTV Show
Here's Lucy1968Quon FongTV Show
It Takes a Thief1968Dr. Tanu Woo, DubekTV Show
The Outsider1968Won Ah-KamTV Show
Coronet Blue1967Yasito OmakiTV Show
Dragnet 19671967George Lum, Lin FongTV Show
Family Affair1966GrandFather ChangTV Show
Space Ghost1966BrakTV Show
Star Trek1966Donald CoryTV Show
The Green Hornet1966Mr. ChangTV Show
I Spy1965Lt. HowTV Show
The Big Valley1965Mike ChangTV Show
The F.B.I.1965Captain Cheiu, Ken Torii, Mr. SeitoTV Show
My Brother the Angel1965Mr. TogosakiTV Show
The Wackiest Ship in the Army1965Capt. ItoTV Show
Jonny Quest1964Charlie, Commissioner Wah, Panel Truck PassengerTV Show
Kentucky Jones1964Thomas WongTV Show
Mickey1964Grandpa KwanTV Show
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre1963HanTV Show
General Hospital1963The Ancient One (1985)TV Show
The Littlest Hobo1963Wu ChangTV Show
Fair Exchange1962Mr. FongTV Show
Follow the Sun1961SumaritTV Show
Target: The Corruptors1961Chang SuiTV Show
The Andy Griffith Show1960Charlie LeeTV Show
The Case of the Dangerous Robin1960TV Show
Mike Hammer1958Sammy WongTV Show
Battle Hell1957Capt. Kuo TaiMovie
Perry Mason1957C. C. Chang, ChoyTV Show
Richard Diamond, Private Detective1957Dr. Lin ChangTV Show
Trackdown1957WongTV Show
Alcoa Theatre1957MikeTV Show
Panic!1957HonoluluTV Show
The Californians1957Qwan LeeTV Show
Around the World in Eighty Days1956Old Man at Yokohama Travel Office (uncredited)Movie
Rodan1956Shigeru (English version, voice, uncredited)Movie
Telephone Time1956TV Show
The Adventures of Dr. Fu Manchu1956Lum SenTV Show
The Gale Storm Show: Oh, Susanna!1956Chong, Henry LingTV Show
Wire Service1956Young GeneralTV Show
Godzilla Raids Again1955Shoichi Tsukioka (English version, voice, uncredited)Movie
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing1955Lee Foo (uncredited)Movie
Crossroads1955Leang Fan, Wang - Red SoldierTV Show
Gunsmoke1955ChenTV Show
Jungle Jim1955JolongTV Show
Soldiers of Fortune1955Captain KopanTV Show
Buffalo Bill, Jr.1955TV Show
Crusader1955Lin SuchowTV Show
TV Reader's Digest1955Mr. LingTV Show
The Bamboo Prison1954Comrade-Instructor Li ChingMovie
Annie Oakley1954Li WongTV Show
Climax!1954ChenTV Show
December Bride1954TV Show
Studio 571954Sam KeeTV Show
The Lineup1954TV Show
Hell's Half Acre1954Chief Dan (uncredited)Movie
World for Ransom1954WongMovie
The New Adventures of China Smith1954Aban, Tony Wan, WongTV Show
Fair Wind to Java1953PidadaMovie
South Sea Woman1953Japanese Deck Officer (uncredited)Movie
The Ray Milland Show1953Professor WongTV Show
Hong Kong1952Taxicab Driver (uncredited)Movie
Cavalcade of America1952TV Show
My Little Margie1952fake Mr. Lee, Mr. ChangTV Show
Terry and the Pirates1952Lt. Leong, Okura, Police CaptainTV Show
Biff Baker, U.S.A.1952Tom LingTV Show
Your Jeweler's Showcase1952TV Show
The Congregation1952Movie
Chevron Theatre1952TV Show
Schlitz Playhouse1951TV Show
Young Man with a Horn1950Ramundo the Houseboy (uncredited)Movie
Big Town1950TV Show
The Stu Erwin Show1950Lin YangTV Show
The Sky Dragon1949Lee ChanMovie
Fireside Theatre1949TV Show
Manhandled1949Chinese Laundry Owner (uncredited)Movie
Mysteries of Chinatown1949TV Show
Sleep, My Love1948Jimmie LinMovie
The Feathered Serpent1948Lee ChanMovie
Waterfront at Midnight1948LoyMovie
Dark Delusion1947Dr. Lee Wong HowMovie
Lost City of the Jungle1946Tal ShanMovie
Tokyo Rose1946Charlie OtaniMovie
Between Two Women1945Dr. Lee Wong How aka Dr. LeeMovie
First Yank Into Tokyo1945Haan-SooMovie
Secret Agent X-91945Ah FongMovie
How Doooo You Do!!!1945Chinese DetectiveMovie
Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble1944Dr. LeeMovie
3 Men in White1944Dr. Lee Wong HowMovie
The Adventures of Smilin' Jack1943Captain WingMovie
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case1943Dr. Lee Wong HowMovie
Salute to the Marines1943'Flashy' LogazMovie
Across the Pacific1942Steamship Office ClerkMovie
Invisible Agent1942SurgeonMovie
Journey for Margaret1942Japanese Statesman (uncredited)Movie
Mr. and Mrs. North1942KumiMovie
Somewhere I'll Find You1942Thomas Chang (uncredited)Movie
The Falcon's Brother1942Jerry - Gay's HouseboyMovie
A Tragedy at Midnight1942Ah FooMovie
A Yank on the Burma Road1942Kim HowMovie
Destination Unknown1942SecretaryMovie
Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant1942Dr. Lee Wong HowMovie
Mexican Spitfire's Elephant1942Lao Lee - Chinese Magician (uncredited)Movie
North to the Klondike1942K. Wellington WongMovie
Submarine Raider1942Tesei (uncredited)Movie
Spy Ship1942Koshimo HaruMovie
Bowery Blitzkrieg1941Clancy (as Key Luke)Movie
The Gang's All Here1941George LeeMovie
The Green Hornet Strikes Again!1941KatoMovie
They Met in Bombay1941Mr. Toy (scenes deleted)Movie
Burma Convoy1941Lin TaiyenMovie
Let's Go Collegiate1941Buck WingMovie
No Hands on the Clock1941Severino (uncredited)Movie
Footlight Fever1941Chinese Restaurant Waiter (uncredited)Movie
Passage from Hong Kong1941Charlie, Chinese Waiter (uncredited)Movie
Comrade X1940World Press Attendee with Glasses (uncredited)Movie
No, No, Nanette1940Sung, Oriental Cafe Manager (uncredited)Movie
Phantom of Chinatown1940James Lee 'Jimmy' WongMovie
The Green Hornet1940KatoMovie
Wildcat Bus1940Tai (uncredited)Movie
Disputed Passage1939Andrew AbbottMovie
Barricade1939Ling - Cady's SecretaryMovie
North of Shanghai1939Jimmy RileyMovie
Sued for Libel1939Chang HoweMovie
Mr. Moto's Gamble1938Lee ChanMovie
International Settlement1938Dr. WongMovie
Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo1937Lee ChanMovie
Charlie Chan at the Olympics1937Lee ChanMovie
Charlie Chan on Broadway1937Lee ChanMovie
The Good Earth1937Elder SonMovie
Anything Goes1936Ching (uncredited)Movie
Charlie Chan at the Circus1936Lee ChanMovie
Charlie Chan at the Opera1936Lee ChanMovie
Charlie Chan at the Race Track1936Lee ChanMovie
King of Burlesque1936WongMovie
Charlie Chan in Paris1935Lee ChanMovie
Charlie Chan in Shanghai1935Lee ChanMovie
Mad Love1935Dr. WongMovie
The Casino Murder Case1935Taki - Casino Pageboy (uncredited)Movie
Eight Bells1935Interpreter (uncredited)Movie
Murder in the Fleet1935Consul's Secretary (uncredited)Movie
Oil for the Lamps of China1935Young Chinese SoldierMovie
Shanghai1935Chinese Ambassador's SonMovie
Here's to Romance1935SaitoMovie
The Painted Veil1934Shay Key Fong (uncredited)Movie
Happiness Ahead1934Pekin Club Emcee (uncredited)Movie
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