HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 18: Sung Kang attends the Universal Pictures "F9" World Premiere at TCL Chinese Theatre on June 18, 2021 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/WireImage)
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In 2002, Sung Kang got his big break when he portrayed one of the three central characters in the independent crime drama "Better Luck Tomorrow.” While a worthwhile movie in its own right, the film is now noted for introducing moviegoing audiences to both director Justin Lin and Kang's character Han Lue.
Better Luck Tomorrow
Kang was one of two principal cast members in the indie drama "The Motel," which premiered in 2005. Kang portrays an unstable man named Sam Kim, a motel guest whose friendship proves integral to the coming-of-age storyline of the motel owners' son Ernest.
The Motel
By 2012, Sung Kang was effectively an established action star because of the “Fast And The Furious” franchise, and that year he also appeared opposite Sylvester Stallone in "Bullet to the Head." In it, he portrays a detective named Taylor Kwon who must work with underground hitman Jimmy Bobo, played by Stallone.
Bullet To The Head
Kang appeared in Seasons 4 through 6 of Starz’s "Power," which aired between 2017 and 2020, as an attorney named John Mak. He reprised his role for a brief, three-episode-long stint on Season 1 of "Power Book II: Ghost."