Actor, Fast and Furious
Sung Kang is an American-born Korean actor that is most recognizable from the multi-billion dollar Fast and Furious franchise for Universal. Originally from Gainesville, Georgia, Sung immediately rose to fame after receiving great acclaim for his role in the 2002 Sundance Grand Jury Nominated independent feature Better Luck Tomorrow, and he has since been sought after for multiple feature roles including the Sundance feature, The Free World, the independent feature The Code, and as the lead in two Chinese features: Hollywood Adventures for producer Justin Lin and Pali Road directed by Jonathan Lim. Additional notable credits include the Warner Bros. features Bullet to the Head opposite Sylvester Stallone, Ninja Assassin, the 2005 Sundance Official Selection comedy The Motel, Chris Chan Lee’s Undoing, Michael Bay’s Pearl Harbor, and Antwone Fisher. Sung also starred in the 2007 20th Century Fox feature Live Free or Die Hard. He can be seen alongside Pedro Pascal and Priyanka Chopra in Robert Rodriguez’s film, We Can Be Heroes, on Netflix.
In television, Sung can last be seen in the Apple TV series Lisey’s Story opposite Julianne Moore. He previously recurred on the hit Starz series Power produced by Courtney Kemp and Curtis Jackson. He also starred as a series regular for the FOX action-drama Gang Related, and he produced and starred in an episode of the YouTube Original show High & Tight.
Sung reprised his role as the beloved Han Lue in the 9th installment of Fast and Furious which hit theaters in June 2021. Sung is in production for Disney+’s Obi-Wan Kenobi series, which is set to begin 10 years after the dramatic events of ‘Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.’ He also made his directorial debut with the horror/comedy feature film, Shaky Shivers.
Sung currently resides in Los Angeles and has been an active voice on social media to his 16.5 million followers and fans across social platforms.