Ken Leung Net Worth

Are you interested in the total net worth of Ken Leung? Famous actors around the world earn huge amounts of money. Ken Leung is no exception from this rule. You should know that Ken Leung is a Hollywood star, born on unknown in New York City, New York, U.S.. Having starred and featured on many hit Hollywood movies and popular TV shows, this actor has amassed a fortune under his belt! His parents are unknown and he also has a sibling unknown. As a kid and later as an adult, Ken Leung attended New York University, Old Bridge High School. Born in the American Ken Leung is a very talented actor who is also known of having the aliases or nicknames of unknown. He is 1.7 m tall. The total net worth of Ken Leung is quite a lot – $2 Million.

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Ken grew up in the Lower East Side of Manhattan before his family moved to Midwood, Brooklyn. He attended high school in Old Bridge, New Jersey, and after matriculating, he attended New York University (NYU) as a University Scholar, and would build his interest in acting there. After graduating, he joined the HB Studio and would find work in various black box theaters – small sometimes unofficial venues.

One of Leung’s first notable opportunities was in Brett Ratner’s “Rush Hour”, in which he played the villain’s henchmen in the buddy action comedy film starred Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan.

Leung’s skills were noticed by the director, and soon more opportunities would open for him. His net worth started to increase significantly as he was cast in “The Family Man”, “Red Dragon”, and “X-Men: The Last Stand”, and for Edward Norton’s directorial debut entitled “Keeping the Faith”, he cast Leung in one of the roles, also starring Edward Norton, Ben Stiller and Jenna Elfman.

Leung received a lot of acclaim for his performance and was recommended by Norton for other projects. Leung also performed in various television movies and independent projects, but continued to work with Brett Ratner in other film projects and would then work with Spike Lee for two films.

In 1998, Ken joined the play “Corpus Christi” in which he played James the Less and God. In 2002 he made his Broadway debut in “Thoroughly Modern Millie”. He continued to work starring in the independent film “Shanghai Kiss” in 2007, alongside Hayden Panettiere, earning a Special Mention at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, and the film also won the Feature Film Award at the Newport Beach Film Festival. During the same year, he also made a guest appearance in the final season of “The Sopranos” before joining the cast of “Lost” as Miles Straume, playing the character from the fourth season in 2008 up to the final season in 2010. All of these opportunities continued to build his net worth.

A few of Leung’s recent projects include “Star Wars; the Force Awakens” in 2015, and he was also a series regular in “The Night Shift” from 2014 to 2016. He has been cast in the Marvel series “Inhumans” too, as Karnak, set to release in 2017.

Not much is known about Ken’s personal life, which he prefers to keep private.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Ken Leung
  • Net Worth: $2 Million
  • Date Of Birth: January 21, 1970
  • Place Of Birth: New York City, New York, U.S.
  • Height: 1.7 m
  • Profession: Actor
  • Education: New York University, Old Bridge High School
  • Nationality: American
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  • Awards: Gold Derby TV Award (2008), Special Mention – Breakout Performance (2007, San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival)
  • Nominations: Gold Derby Awards (2010), Golden Nymph (2010, Monte-Carlo TV Festival)
  • Movies: “Star Wars: the Force Awakens”, “Saw”, “X-Men: The Last Stand”, “The Family Man”, “Shanghai Kiss” (2007), “Red Dragon”, “X-Men: The Last Stand”, “Keeping the Faith”
  • TV Shows: “Corpus Christi” (1998), “Thoroughly Modern Millie” (2002), “The Sopranos”, “Lost”, “The Night Shift” (2014-2016), “Inhumans”


  • I did this thing for HBO called ‘Strip Search’ with Sidney Lumet, who was one of the best directors I’ve ever worked with. We actually had a rehearsal period before we shot, which is unusual.
  • You ask politicians a question, and they have an answer. It’s almost like the more articulate the answer, the more something feels wrong because that question takes thought.
  • My face frowns by default, so when I’m most calm is when I appear the least approachable.
  • If I’m in a room full of intense people, I’m pretty normal. If I’m in a room full of people who aren’t, maybe I’m intense.
  • If I’m in a room full of intense people, I’m pretty normal. If I’m in a room full of people who aren’t, maybe I’m intense. I don’t know, I don’t think of it that way.
  • I have an awareness of a spiritual realm, and I see signs that I feel speak to me – I don’t know if that falls into superstition.
  • I haven’t been in a position to have the luxury to pick roles for most of my career, so I’m not practiced in that. Usually, when you want to be an actor, you take whatever comes along. If there’s an audition, you go for it. If you get the job, you do it – just to get experience, to act, to meet people.


  • Worked on 3 projects alongside Michael Emerson – Saw, Lost, and Person of Interest.
  • Was considered for the role of Wah Sing Ku in Lethal Weapon 4 (1998).
  • Frequently works with Brett Ratner.
  • Made his Broadway debut as Ching Ho in the 2002 Tony Award winning musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie.”


Title Year Status Character
Oz 2001 TV Series Bian Yixue
The Family Man 2000 Sam Wong
Maze 2000 Dr. Mikao
Deadline 2000 TV Series Fung
Keeping the Faith 2000 Don
Wonderland 2000 TV Series
Man of the Century 1999 Mike Ramsey
Fly 1998 Short Jeremy Kim
Rush Hour 1998 Sang
Kundun 1997 voice
Red Corner 1997 Peng
New York Undercover 1997 TV Series David Kwan
Welcome to the Dollhouse 1995 Barry
Pictures of Baby Jane Doe 1995 Shopkeeper
The Night Shift 2014-2016 TV Series Dr. Topher Zia
Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens 2015 Admiral Statura
Zero Hour 2013 TV Series Father Reggie
Person of Interest 2012-2013 TV Series Leon Tao
Deception 2013 TV Series Donald Cheng
Susan 313 2012 TV Movie Gene
Big Mike 2011 TV Movie Bernie Li
The Good Wife 2011 TV Series Shen Yuan
Lost 2008-2010 TV Series Miles Straume
Works of Art 2010 Short John Kim
Year of the Fish 2007 Johnny
The Sopranos 2007 TV Series Carter Chong
Shanghai Kiss 2007 Liam Liu
X-Men: The Last Stand 2006 Kid Omega
Falling for Grace 2006 Ming
Inside Man 2006 Wing
The Squid and the Whale 2005 School Therapist
Hate 2005 TV Movie Mo
Sucker Free City 2004 TV Movie Lincoln Ma
The Jury 2004 TV Series Ken Arata
Strip Search 2004 TV Movie Liu Tsung-Yuan
Whoopi 2004 TV Series Terrence
Saw 2004 Detective Steven Sing
Law & Order 1995-2002 TV Series Tommy Wong / Stephen Wong / Forensic Technician Chung / …
Red Dragon 2002 Lloyd Bowman
Face 2002 Willie
Vanilla Sky 2001 Art Editor
Spy Game 2001 Li
Home Sweet Hoboken 2001
A.I. Artificial Intelligence 2001 Syatyoo-Sama
Title Year Status Character
Keeping the Faith 2000 performer: “Jessie’s Girl”, “Ready to Take a Chance Again”
Title Year Status Character
Lost: The Final Journey 2010 TV Movie documentary special thanks
Lost: Final Chapter 2010 TV Movie special thanks
Lost: A Journey in Time 2009 TV Movie special thanks
Lost: Destiny Calls 2009 TV Movie special thanks
Title Year Status Character
Extra 2015 TV Series Himself
One Question Interviews 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Lost: Final Chapter 2010 TV Movie Miles Straume
Lost: A Journey in Time 2009 TV Movie Miles Straume (uncredited)
Lost: The Story of the Oceanic 6 2009 TV Movie Miles Straume (uncredited)
Lost: Destiny Calls 2009 TV Movie Miles Straume (uncredited)


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