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Actors Biographies and Filmography
Carter Wong (Wong Ka Tat)
Biography
Cater Wong Who's real name Wong Ka-Tat and also known as Carter Huang, was born Hong Kong. Trivia Carter Wong is one of the few people to have ever stared down Bruce Lee. Gojo Kai Karate Black Belt Carter Wong was head martial arts instructor to the Hong Kong Police Force. One of his police students continuously raved to his director friend, Huang Feng, about his teacher's incredible skills and strength. Intrigued by his friend's accounts Huang sought permission to sit in on one of Carter's classes. Huang had already 'discovered' Samo Hung and Angela Mao and he was looking for a leading man for his upcoming film, "Hapkido". He sat silently through Carter's class and afterwards went up to talk to him. A few weeks later Carter was working on his first movie, along with Samo, Angela her real life teacher Wong In Sik and also Chi Hon Tsoi. Also working on "Hapkido" were an uncredited ' bootmaster' Leung Siu-Leung who was helping Sammo with the fight choreography and a young stuntman/actor now known as Jackie Chan. The stare down incident came when Bruce Lee appeared on the "Hapkido" set with Chuck Norris and Bob Wall, saying loud enough to be heard by the entire crew that he had brought them along so that they could see how a kung-fu movie should NOT be made. He weaved around the set, jabbed out at various people and then unleashed a barrage of near misses at an unblinking Carter Wong. There was a few seconds deathly silence as Carter stood motionless staring right into Bruce's eyes. Whether Bruce sensed a fellow spirit, or just realised Wong wasn't in the mood to be baited, we will never know. But after a few seconds Bruce grinned broadly at Carter and then, making exaggerated parrying moves as he backed away, turned, and still grinning, left the set. During the seventies Carter and Angela became something of a kung fu double act in a series of kung fu classics. Probrably the best ones were "When Taekwondo Strikes" which apart from having possibly the best title of any kung fu film was also the only film ever made by Supreme Master Jhoon Rhee. Rhee is SO awesome in this that he had to have his hands chained together for his main action sequence(!). Carter, Whong In Sik and Angela all spent time training with Rhee during the making of this movie. Possibly Carter's best film and his own personal favorite was "Skyhawk". He is the founder of the highly effective combination discipline 'Jun Hop Kuen'
Filmography
Hapkido (1972)



Back Alley Princess (1973)



Deadly China Dolls (1973)



When Taekwondo Strikes (1973)



The Skyhawk (1974)



Naughty! Naughty! (1974)



The Tournament (1974)



Dragon Tamers (1975)



Seven Coffins (1975)



The Association (1975)



Hong Kong Superman (1975)



Eight Hundred Heroes (1975)



18 Shaolin Disciples (1975)



Dragon Gate (1975)



Ninja Killer (1975)



The Ming Patriots (1976)



The Good, the Bad and the Loser (1976)



Best of Shaolin Kung Fu (1976)



Shaolin Kung Fu Mystagogue (1976)



18 Bronzemen, The (1976)



Blazing Temple (1976)



Return of 18 Bronzemen (1976)



Traitorous (1976)



Bruce Lee's Deadly Kung Fu (1976)



Shaolin Death Squads (1977)



Fatal Flying Guillotines (1977)



Princess and the Toxicant (1977)



The Shaolin Brothers, (1977)



Renegade Master (1977)



Mysterious Heroes (1977)



Killer from Above (1977)



Legendary Strike (1978)



Shaolin Kids, The

Last Battle of Yang Chao (1978)



Born Invincible (1978)



Snaky Knight Fight Against Mantis (1978)



Magnificent Fist (1978)



Super Kung Fu Fighter (1978)



Killer of Snake, Fox of Shaolin (1978)



Way of the Black Dragon (1978)



Chivalrous Inn (1979)



Rage of the Dragon (1979)



Shaolin Invincibles (1979)



The Magnificent (1979)



Heroes in the Late Ming Dynasty (1979)



Mr. Kwong Tung and the Robber (1980)



Invisible Terrorist (1980)



Filthy Guy (1980)



Raging Tiger vs. Monkey King (1980)



Cold Blooded Murder (1981)



Emperor of Shaolin Kung Fu (1981)



Funny Kung Fu (1981)



Ninja Pirates (1981)



Interpol (1982)



Shaolin Traitor (1982)



Eight Masters (1982)



Blow Up (1982)



Hardcase and Fist (1986)



Way of the Lady Boxers (1993)



Tiger Claws III: The Final Conflict (1999)


Sex For Sale (1993)



Hope (1995)



Naked Angel (1996)



Hero the Great (2005)