Meet Osric Chau, actor and filmmaker. Join as Jerry chats with Osric about his childhood in Vancouver, his first big break in acting and what made his parents the most proud during his career.
We celebrate his successes on screen large and small, bring much needed representation in TV and movies
We support his shows, projects, and future endeavors as he dedicates himself to creating movies that represent the best of us.
We are inspired by his tenacity and innovation in continuing to evolve as an actor and in his craft.
Osric Chau is a versatile young actor who had his start doing stunt work as a martial artist before being cast as a Wu Dang Grandmaster's prodigy in Spike TV's mini-series Kung Fu Killer. He went on to pursue a career in acting and landed the supporting role of ‘Nima,’ the featured Tibetan Monk in Roland Emmerich’s disaster epic 2012.
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