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Richard Loo and Thomas Mitchell in The Keys of the Kingdom (1944)Robert Bray and Richard Loo in The Clay Pigeon (1949)Richard Loo in Inside 'The Man with the Golden Gun' (2000)William Holden, Philip Ahn, Richard Loo, Donna Martell, and Soo Yong in Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955)Richard Loo, Adele Mara, and Victor Sen Yung in Web of Danger (1947)Richard Loo in The Purple Heart (1944)Barbara Hale, Richard Loo, and Bill Williams in The Clay Pigeon (1949)Byron Barr and Richard Loo in Seven Were Saved (1947)Michael Duane and Richard Loo in City Without Men (1943)Richard Loo in Behind the Rising Sun (1943)Philip Ahn, Ann Dvorak, and Richard Loo in I Was an American Spy (1951)Byron Barr, Don Castle, Catherine Craig, Richard Denning, Ann Doran, Russell Hayden, and Richard Loo in Seven Were Saved (1947)Tala Birell and Richard Loo in Women in the Night (1948)Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, Don 'Red' Barry, John Craven, Farley Granger, Sam Levene, Richard Loo, Kevin O'Shea, and Charles Russell in The Purple Heart (1944)Abner Biberman, Nancy Kelly, Richard Loo, and Lee Tracy in Betrayal from the East (1945)Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, Don 'Red' Barry, John Craven, Farley Granger, Sam Levene, Richard Loo, Kevin O'Shea, and Charles Russell in The Purple Heart (1944)Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, Don 'Red' Barry, John Craven, Farley Granger, Sam Levene, Richard Loo, Kevin O'Shea, and Charles Russell in The Purple Heart (1944)Leon Ames, Adrienne Ames, Abner Biberman, Richard Loo, Wilhelm von Brincken, and Charlotte Wynters in Panama Patrol (1939)Leslie Brooks, Richard Fraser, Herbert Heyes, Richard Loo, and Sheila Ryan in The Cobra Strikes (1948)Richard Fraser, Richard Loo, and Sheila Ryan in The Cobra Strikes (1948)Byron Barr, Catherine Craig, Richard Denning, Russell Hayden, and Richard Loo in Seven Were Saved (1947)Byron Barr, Don Castle, Catherine Craig, Richard Denning, Ann Doran, Russell Hayden, and Richard Loo in Seven Were Saved (1947)Linda Darnell, Edgar Buchanan, Michael Duane, Robert Homans, and Richard Loo in City Without Men (1943)Humphrey Bogart, Spencer Chan, Roland Got, Richard Loo, and Victor Sen Yung in Across the Pacific (1942)Richard LooAnn Dvorak and Richard Loo in I Was an American Spy (1951)Henry Kulky, Richard Loo, and William Lundigan in State Department: File 649 (1949)Evelyn Brent, Richard Loo, and Grant Withers in Daughter of the Tong (1939)Nancy Kelly, Richard Loo, and Lee Tracy in Betrayal from the East (1945)Abner Biberman, Nancy Kelly, Richard Loo, and Lee Tracy in Betrayal from the East (1945)Luke Chan, Chester Gan, Ralph Graves, Jack Holt, Tetsu Komai, Lila Lee, Victor Wong, and Richard Loo in War Correspondent (1932)
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Biography

One of the most familiar Asian character actors in American films of the 1930s and 1940s, Richard Loo was most often stereotyped as the Japanese enemy flier, spy or interrogator during the Second World War. Chinese by ancestry and Hawaiian by birth, Loo spent his youth in Hawaii, then moved to California as a teenager. He attended the University ... See full bio »
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