|Full Name||Lewis Singwah Tan|
|Birth Name||Lewis Tan|
|Other Name||Shatterstar,Gaius Chau,Lu Xin Lee|
|Profession||Actor, Stunt Man, Model|
|Ethnicity||Mixed-Asian (Chinese From Father's Side And Caucasian From Mother's Side)|
|Father Name||Philip Tan|
|Father Profession||Martial Artist, Actor, Stunt coordinator|
|Mother Profession||retired fashion model from the UK|
|Relation With||Emi Renata Sakamoto|
|No Of Children||0|
|Filmography||Iron Fist,Into the Badlands,Wu Assassins,Deadpool 2,CSI: Miami,CSI: NY,NCIS: Los Angeles,Hawaii 5-0,24,Rush Hour,Mortal Kombat X: Generations,Mortal Kombat reboot|
|Date of Birth||February 4,1987|
Lewis (Singwah) Tan is a British actor, model, martial artist and stunt double who played shatterstar in Deadpool 2 and Zhou Cheng in Netflix's Iron Fist in one of its episodes The Blessing of Many Fractures.
The action star recently showed up as Lu Xin Lee in the Netflix's Wu Assassins. Reportedly, he was chosen to play the famous Iron Fist's character in the Netflix series but the role was later given to the Game Of Thrones Actor Finn Jones.
In 2018, Deadpool cast Lewis Tan in the role of Shatterstar, everyone knew Shatterstar was an Alien gay mutant, and people thought he'd be the first ever LGBT superhero in the film.
Though viewers saw Lewis Tan till he jumped off the aircraft, the LGBT rumors came true via Brianna Hildebrand, and Shiori Kutsuna's on-screen romance, Lewis Tan still remained in talks.
Born in Manchester, England, on 4 February 1987, Lewis Singwah Tan grew up mainly in Los Angeles, also occasionally living in France, Thailand, Spain, and China.
Lewis Tan is half-Asian, half-English, as his father, Philip Tan, is a Singapore-based martial artist, actor, and stunt coordinator and his mother is a retired British fashion model. He is the eldest among Philip's four sons.
His younger brother, Sam Tan also works as a Hollywood actor. Additionally, the famous LA-based photographer Evan Tan is his youngest brother who is known for his works with artists such as Kali Uchis and Zack Villere.
After his father was hired as a Stunt coordinator for Tim Burton's 1989 film Batman, Lewis' family moved to Los Angeles.
Tan's dad was a stunt coordinator and taught Lewis martial arts from a very young age. As a young teen he even started training in the theater, leading several plays. With coach John Kirby, he studied performing arts.
Additionally, he is a well trained fighter in disciplines including kickboxing, Muay Thai, jujitsu, kung fu, and Japanese Katana sword fighting.
Lewis Tan was introduced to acting from an early age and had closely seen his father's screen works but worked as a Stunts man and actor's body double prior to stepping foot into the mainstream acting world.
Lewis was a stuntman in famous street racing related movie The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift in 2006. Following that he again appeared as a stunt man in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.
As per Lewis he was offered numerous roles here and there, but he refused to play the roles as he believed that timing is the key to success.
He had a few screenshots in Hangover 3, and Olympus Has Fallen before he started working on major TV series including CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, NCIS: Los Angeles and Hawaii 5-0, 24, Mortal Kombat X: the Rush Hour and Generations.
He started as a regular in the third season of the AMC TV series Into the Badlands, playing the role of a prisoner Gaius Chau in 2015.
Then he auditioned for the role of Iron Fist, but ended up playing Zhou Cheng in the Netflix superhero series, released in 2016.
Iron Fist Vs Zhou Cheng (Drunken Master Style Action)
That same year, Tan shared the set with Gerard Butler in the action movie Den of Thieves.
Fast-forwarding, two years, Lewis Tan appeared in a famous r-rated superhero movie Deadpool 2 as Shatterstar in 2018.
Tan recently was cast as Lu Xin Lee on the Netflix crime drama series Wu Assassins.
Tan is currently working in an unspecified leading role in his forthcoming action movie The Mortal Kombat reboot but sources claim that he will reincarnate as Johnny Cage in the action movie Mortal Kombat.
Lewis Tan who just finished shooting Mortal Kombat reportedly received over $500 thousand for his first Hollywood film in the lead role.
Additionally, his contract with Netflix was penned after the streaming service agreed to pay Tan $150 thousand per episode of Wu Assassins.
Additionally, he also earns a huge sum of money as a stunt choreographer and as a fashion model. Hence, Lewis Tan's current net worth should be around $2 million.
Sexy British actor Lewis Tan is reportedly dating a girl named Emi Renata Sakamoto who is a Japanese-Brazilian model.
The couple reportedly is together since 2010 and met each-other at a fashion event. Despite, their decade long relationship, the pair isn't married. So, Emi Renata isn't Tan's wife but the pair can tie their knot soon enough.
Though, many expected that Lewis and Katheryn Winnick could be an item after the pair shared a kiss in the end of the first season of Wu Assassins, the pair reportedly are good friends and the kiss was fully scripted and was meant to make the upcoming season interesting and had nothing to do with their real life.
Other than that, Lewis Tan is a really nice human-being as well and never fails to give back to his fans.
On third March 2017, Lewis took time off from his busy schedule and went to visit a cancer affected fan Olivia LoRusso while she was in the hospital.
Lewis Tan's athletic body and tall stature makes him an outstanding action figure. He also has a noticeable byshapes and a secret tattoo on his triceps.
Lewis looks super sexy without his shirts not just because he has a huge wings, but is properly complimented by a huge six-pack Abs.
So, let's take a look at his physical measurements
|Height||6 feet 2 inches|
|Shoe Size||10.5 [UK]|