Korean-American born Ho Sung-Pak is best known for two accomplishments in martial arts. A wushu champion, Ho was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame in 1991. His first accomplishment was that he played both Liu Kang and Shang Tsung in the video game that started a fad and 2 movies, Mortal Kombat. In 1994, he was invited by Jackie Chan to star as the evil foreman Henry in Drunken Master II. Originally cast as the main fighting villain, he was replaced by Ken Lo in terms of the finale. But that didn't stop Ho. After starring in the WMAC Masters show in 1995, Ho starred and choreographed the action for Epoch of Lotus in 2000. Ho appears in two movies in 2002, Honor Among Thieves and The Book of Swords.
Who I look up to actually is Bruce Lee. He's the first person that, you know, really, before him there were no other Asian actors. He was the first and only one at the time. He's tremendous in so many ways, and so charismatic and energetic. And I would like to see maybe, you know, some other Asian people, you know, strive to take his place and do the things that he does. So, in terms of person I look up to is Bruce Lee. He was awesome, and I hope, what he opened up for us, I hope we take advantage of it and do something good with it. - (interviewed by Stefanie Bae, AAN News, February 9, 2009)