Michael Paul Chan

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6/26/1950 , San Francisco, California USA

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Chan, a third-generation Chinese-American born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area, spent several years as a keyboard player for bands in Northern California. He became a founding member of the Asian-American Theatre Company and trained at the American Conservatory Theater. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and son.

His feature film credits include "Spy Game," "The Glass House," "Once in This Life," "The Insider," "The Joy Luck Club," "Batman and Robin," "Batman Forever," "Falling Down" and "Goonies." His television credits include the series "Nikki," "Strong Medicine," "Early Edition," "Arli$$," "Party of Five," "Wonder Years," and, on CBS, "City of Angels," "Brooklyn South," "JAG" and "Nash Bridges." He also spent two seasons as the voice of "Jimmy Ho," the "Korean Soul-Brotha" on the animated series, "The PJs."