Photo Gallery

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Peter Lorre, Philip Ahn, and Pauline Frederick in Thank You, Mr. Moto (1937)Philip Ahn and Victor Sen Yung in Bonanza (1959)Philip Ahn, Wendell Corey, Nancy Gates, Evelyn Keyes, and Marie Windsor in Hell's Half Acre (1954)William Holden, Philip Ahn, W.T. Chang, Richard Loo, Donna Martell, and Soo Yong in Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955)Philip Ahn, June Duprez, and Nestor Paiva in Don Winslow of the Coast Guard (1943)Philip Ahn, Richard Lane, Maylia, Chester Morris, and Joan Woodbury in Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture (1949)Philip Ahn, Maylia, Chester Morris, and Joan Woodbury in Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture (1949)Philip Ahn and Walter Sande in Don Winslow of the Coast Guard (1943)Philip Ahn, June Duprez, Elyse Knox, Walter Sande, and Don Terry in Don Winslow of the Coast Guard (1943)Philip Ahn, Marie Windsor, and Robert M. Luck in Hell's Half Acre (1954)Philip Ahn, Wendell Corey, Nancy Gates, and Evelyn Keyes in Hell's Half Acre (1954)Philip Ahn, Wendell Corey, Nancy Gates, Evelyn Keyes, and Marie Windsor in Hell's Half Acre (1954)Philip Ahn, Wendell Corey, Nancy Gates, and Evelyn Keyes in Hell's Half Acre (1954)Charles Bickford, Philip Ahn, Evelyn Brent, Buster Crabbe, Fred Kohler, J. Carrol Naish, and Anna May Wong in Daughter of Shanghai (1937)Philip Ahn, Ann Dvorak, and Richard Loo in I Was an American Spy (1951)Philip Ahn, Henry Brandon, and John Merton in Drums of Fu Manchu (1940)
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Biography

Korean-American character actor Philip Ahn played hundreds of Chinese and Japanese characters during a long career. He was born in Los Angeles in 1905 (though 1911 is the year usually given, U.S. government records confirm that Ahn was born in 1905), the son of a Korean diplomat. He attended the University of Southern California at Los Angeles. ... See full bio »
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