Tony Chu

Vitals

Gender
Male
Age Range
50 - 60
Height
168cm
Base Location
Sydney
Available In
Adelaide, Auckland, Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane, Cairns, Christchurch, Dunedin, Gold Coast, International, Melbourne, Northern NSW, Northern Territory, Perth, Queenstown, Sydney, Tasmania, Wellington
Skills
Actor, Corporate, Director, Writer, Producer
Hair
Black
Eye
Dark Brown
Memberships
M.E.A.A

Agent

Acting Agent
Gina Stoj Management
Phone

Feature Photo
Tony Chu

Credits

2017
Feature Film
Kin
Chasing Comets
Off The Ground Productions
Jason Perini
2017
Feature Film
Dr Miller
Harmony
Harmony Productions
Corey Pearson
2017
Television
Lei Cheng
House of Bond (9)
Worldwide Production Services
Mark Joffe
2016
Television
Ben
White Rabbit Project (Netflix)
Beyond Productions
John Mavety
2012
Television
Paul Han
Redfern Now (2)
2016 Productions
Rachel Perkins
2011
Television
Li Ping (recurring)
Wild Boys (7)
Southern Star
various
2011
Television
Henry Wong (recurring)
Packed To The Rafters (7)
Seven Network
Lynn Hegarty
2011
Television
Cho
Rescue Special Ops (9)
Southern Star
Ben Chessell
2011
Television
Li Ping (recurring)
Wild Boys (7)
Southern Star
Jefferey Walker
2009
Television
Emil Wong
East West 101 (SBS)
Knapman Wyld Television
Peter Andrikidis
2006
Television
Anaesthesist (recurring)
All Saints (7)
All Saints Productions
Bill Hughes

Skills & Attributes

Shoe Size
10
Clothing Size
Male - L
Waist
87cm
Neck
41cm
Chest
97cm
Hip
87cm
Natural Accent
Australian
Accents
Chinese
Hair Length
Short
Hair Style
Straight
Sport
Basketball
Drivers Licences
Car
Professional Skills
Actor, Corporate, Director, Writer, Producer

Photos


Notes

Tony is a trained actor for stage & screen (19 yrs). His recurring TV guest roles have included: "Packed to the Rafters" (Henry Wong / waiter), "Wild Boys" (Li Peng / goldminer) and "All Saints" (anaesthetist). His recent TV appearances were in: "House of Bond" (Lei Cheng / banker) and "Rake" (Chinese diplomat). In 2022, he will appear in the Netflix dramedy series "Wellmania" as Goong Goong / Mr Kwan. Super-versatile, Tony enjoys playing against type, especially revelling in edgier roles. With a broad emotional range, he can also cry on cue if needed. On first impressions, Tony has an expressive smiley face similar to Jackie Chan! In fact, he is often cast in comedic roles - as seen on various funny TV commercials. His natural voice is Australian - but he can also do a flawless Chinese accent as needed. By the way, Tony is also proficient with autocue - so he can bring those training scripts to life! See reel on YouTube - Tony Chu actor scenes.