|Full Name||Tom Wu|
|Other Name||Hunderd Eyes|
|Birth City||Hong Kong|
|No Of Children||1 Daughter|
|Filmography||Kick-Ass 2,Marco,Da Vinci's Demons,King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,Strangers,Strike Back: Revolution,Hobbs & Shaw,Wu Assassins|
|Date of Birth||May 15,1972|
If you have watched the movie King Arthur: Legend of the Sword released in 2017, you would know Sir George, King Arthur's mentor. See, that's the case with the British action figure Tom Wu; he does things in such a way, that Tom totally disappears and people only see the roles he portrays.
Wu is a world-known actor who appears in Hollywood, Bollywood, Chinese movies, and many TV series as well as theater productions all around the globe.
Tom Wu recently grabbed the media attention for playing Marko Polo and Jingem's sensei Hundred Eyes in the Netflix original series Marco Polo before the series was dropped in 2016.
The British Chinese actor Tom Wu has appeared in some of the famous Hollywood movies such as Shanghai Knights, Batman Begins. Along with that, Wu also appeared in a Shah Rukh Khan starer Bollywood super-hero movie Ra.One.
Tom's ability to portray various roles of a tough Kung-fu guy, along with his experience in various forms of Martial arts like Hung Gar, Karate, Wushu, Wing Chun, and acrobatics makes him a complete package.
Tom, however, is more popular as a Zen monk and Kung-Fu master (Hundred Eyes/ Bayan of the Baarin) from the famous Netflix series Marko Polo who teaches actor prince Jingin (played by Remy Hii), and Marko Polo (played by Lorenzo Richelmy) the art of Kung-Fu under Kublai Khan's Instruction (played by Benedict Wong).
Currently, 47 years old Tom Wu was was born on May 15, 1972 in Hong Kong and after his family moved to England, Tom grew up in Chinatown, London.
Wu started martial arts at the age of ten and growing up Tom Wu was one of the very few Hung Gar fighters. Alongside Hung Gar, Wu took Karate, Wushu, Wing Chun, and acrobatics.
Surprisingly, by the time he was sixteen, Tom was a master of all five stiles of Hung Gar (an ancient Chinese martial arts form).
People realized Wu's tallent after he won the third position in China's International wu-shu (martial arts) tournament in his homeland of Britain in 1988.
Additionally, Tom Wu wasn't all about fighting, Wu also shares love for both screen and stage acting. As a matter of fact, Wu is one of the founding members of the British theater company Yellow Earth Theatre, established in 1995.
Tom Wu has so far appeared in 19 movies and also had a full 30 minutes episode on the origin story of The Hundred Eyes in Marko Polo Season two.
Hundred Eyes Teaching Kung Fu To Marko Polo
Hopefully, you have noticed Tom in an Ewan McGregor starer Rogue Trader, a movie released in 1999.
He also appeared in Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson starer Shanghai Knights as Lo Fong's side kick Liu.
He also appeared as Andy Wang, the head of the American Triads in An action movie Wake Of Death alongside Jean-Claude van Damme.
He played the Bhutanese prison guard who stops actor Christian Bell's from beating the living hell out of prisoners in Batman Begins.
Finally, Wu had a noteworthy role in 2005s British-French crime thriller Revolver where he appeared as Lord John.
Following Revolver, Wu appeared in The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior as Fong. He then did Mutant Chronicles appearing as Cpl. Juba. In 2011, Tom appeared in an Indian super hero movie Ra.One as Akaashi.
He also did a Miniseries Treasure Island in 2012, following other two successful movies Skyfall, and Kick-Ass 2.
Tom in 2014, did one of his most adored role of Hundren Eyes in famous Netflix series Marco Polo. He then appeared in a famous TV series Da Vinci's Demons as Quon Shan.
In 2017, Tom appeared in somewhat similar role of a master in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
King Arthur And Sir George Action Scene
Then he did a modern day crime drama series Strangers and Strike Back: Revolution. He also appeared in 2019s greatest action movie Hobbs & Shaw.
Though Marko Polo series has ended Tom's contract with Netflix is still on. He recently played Earthen Wu in the famous Netflix series The Wu Assassins.
Tom Wu surely dosen't have as big of an impact on movie world as he has on TV. Yet, his 21 TV and movie appearances can't just be ignored.
Tom has appeared in some of the most famous movies such as Hobbs & Shaw, Skyfall, Sanghai Knights which are immensely successful Hollywood projects. Hence, he reportedly has a net worth of $1.5 million.
Reportedly, he receives over $75 thousand from his contract with Netflix for his role in Wu Assassins., Prior to that, Tom Wu reportedly received around $70 thousand per episode of the famous Netflix series Marko Polo.
Shifu Tom Wu has a well balanced career and personal life. Wu, reportedly is a married man and has a baby daughter with his beloved wife. The couple frequently travels from England to Hong Kong and is seen enjoying quality time together.
However, Actor Wu has chosen not to disclose name and other personal details relating to his family. So, we don't know the name, and profession of his better hald or his wife up until now.