FILM / TV

FILM / TV

ROMA 96

A futuristic world where the majority of humanity has moved to the “New America” in outer space and the last of the artificially intelligent humans remain under the care of one man on Earth.  Ting plays ‘Mr. Kitano,’ a successful Japanese businessman who made his wealth developing and supplying the artificially intelligent humans to his consumers on Earth and in “New America.”  However, due to their high level of intelligence, these human robots have become increasingly threatening and less popular in demand, and as a result, Mr. Kitano must streamline operations back on Earth.

ROMA 96

A futuristic world where the majority of humanity has moved to the “New America” in outer space and the last of the artificially intelligent humans remain under the care of one man on Earth.  Ting plays ‘Mr. Kitano,’ a successful Japanese businessman who made his wealth developing and supplying the artificially intelligent humans to his consumers on Earth and in “New America.”  However, due to their high level of intelligence, these human robots have become increasingly threatening and less popular in demand, and as a result, Mr. Kitano must streamline operations back on Earth.

TOMMY

In the first season of CBS’s “Tommy,” Ting plays the character of ‘Li Chang,’ a successful Chinese-American and devoted dad to a recently adopted five-month old baby girl from China.  Married to his husband, Bryan, they are devastated when their baby girl is kidnapped from their Los Angeles home.  They immediately file a police report and ask for the assistance of Chief of the LAPD, Abigail ‘Tommy’ Thomas (Edie Falco) in finding their beloved daughter.  However, during the investigation, the adoption process of their daughter comes into question.  Unfortunately, Li Chang and Bryan took a shortcut in their adoption process, which brought them into contact with a shady lawyer who handled the adoption without them.  The couple is heart-broken to learn the baby has been re-united with her real mother but hope they can still be part of the little girl’s life.

TOMMY

In the first season of CBS’s “Tommy,” Ting plays the character of ‘Li Chang,’ a successful Chinese-American and devoted dad to a recently adopted five-month old baby girl from China.  Married to his husband, Bryan, they are devastated when their baby girl is kidnapped from their Los Angeles home.  They immediately file a police report and ask for the assistance of Chief of the LAPD, Abigail ‘Tommy’ Thomas (Edie Falco) in finding their beloved daughter.  However, during the investigation, the adoption process of their daughter comes into question.  Unfortunately, Li Chang and Bryan took a shortcut in their adoption process, which brought them into contact with a shady lawyer who handled the adoption without them.  The couple is heart-broken to learn the baby has been re-united with her real mother but hope they can still be part of the little girl’s life.

THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE

In Season 4 of “The Man in the High Castle,” Ting plays the character of ‘Captain Iijima’ who arrives from Japan as Chief Inspector Kido’s new right-hand man.  He is a loyal captain for the Imperial Japanese military regime and serves to carry out the commands and desires of the head Japanese officials back in Japan.  Throughout the final season, Captain Iijima’s loyalty as well as motives to Chief Inspector Kido are questioned as the murder investigation of the assassination of Trade Minister Nobusuke Tagomi continues to reveal new evidence of who ordered the hit as well as the overall murder plot.   

THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE

In Season 4 of “The Man in the High Castle,” Ting plays the character of ‘Captain Iijima’ who arrives from Japan as Chief Inspector Kido’s new right-hand man.  He is a loyal captain for the Imperial Japanese military regime and serves to carry out the commands and desires of the head Japanese officials back in Japan.  Throughout the final season, Captain Iijima’s loyalty as well as motives to Chief Inspector Kido are questioned as the murder investigation of the assassination of Trade Minister Nobusuke Tagomi continues to reveal new evidence of who ordered the hit as well as the overall murder plot.   

WARRIOR

“Warrior,” a drama inspired by an idea from the late martial-arts star Bruce Lee. “Warrior” is an action series set against the backdrop of the Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century.  It tells the story of Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates from China to San Francisco and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful organized-crime families.  Based on the real character and close friend of Bruce Lee, ‘Bolo Yeung,’ Ting plays the character of ‘Bolo,’ the universally feared fighter and top lieutenant of the Hop Wei Tong.  Despite being an exceptional martial artist, his loyalty and dedication to his tong (gang) is second to none as he is willing to sacrifice anything to protect his leader and savior, Father Jun.  

WARRIOR

“Warrior,” a drama inspired by an idea from the late martial-arts star Bruce Lee. “Warrior” is an action series set against the backdrop of the Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century.  It tells the story of Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates from China to San Francisco and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful organized-crime families.  Based on the real character and close friend of Bruce Lee, ‘Bolo Yeung,’ Ting plays the character of ‘Bolo,’ the universally feared fighter and top lieutenant of the Hop Wei Tong.  Despite being an exceptional martial artist, his loyalty and dedication to his tong (gang) is second to none as he is willing to sacrifice anything to protect his leader and savior, Father Jun.  

THE FIX

From executive producer, Marcia Clark, best-selling author and criminal lawyer who is well known as the lead prosecutor for the O.J. Simpson murder trial, “The Fix” follows ‘Maya Travis’ (Robin Tunney), a Los Angeles district attorney who is determined to prosecute an Oscar-winning actor, ‘Sevvy Johnson,’ for murder.  Johnson is represented by celebrity criminal defense lawyer, ‘Ezra Wolf,’ (Scott Cohen) who is not only the best attorney in the business but will stop at nothing to defend his long time A-list client.  However, unknown to the public, Wolf’s only weakness is his uncontrollable gambling addiction which ultimately leads him into serious debt with his menacing and violent bookie, ‘Nemo,’ played by Ting.  After numerous warnings, Nemo eventually corners Wolf at his luxury penthouse suite in Downtown Los Angeles, where he has no choice but to punish Wolf for his missing payments.

THE FIX

From executive producer, Marcia Clark, best-selling author and criminal lawyer who is well known as the lead prosecutor for the O.J. Simpson murder trial, “The Fix” follows ‘Maya Travis’ (Robin Tunney), a Los Angeles district attorney who is determined to prosecute an Oscar-winning actor, ‘Sevvy Johnson,’ for murder.  Johnson is represented by celebrity criminal defense lawyer, ‘Ezra Wolf,’ (Scott Cohen) who is not only the best attorney in the business but will stop at nothing to defend his long time A-list client.  However, unknown to the public, Wolf’s only weakness is his uncontrollable gambling addiction which ultimately leads him into serious debt with his menacing and violent bookie, ‘Nemo,’ played by Ting.  After numerous warnings, Nemo eventually corners Wolf at his luxury penthouse suite in Downtown Los Angeles, where he has no choice but to punish Wolf for his missing payments.

NCIS: LOS ANGELES

In the hit CBS television series, Ting plays the recurring role of ‘Keith Jenloe,’ the managing partner of West Valley Venue Advisory & Investments, where Agent Sam Hanna (played by LL Cool J) goes undercover as a new day trader after an investment banker who has ties to the Russia mob is murdered. Unbeknownst to Jenloe, the Russian mob has been using their investment firm to embezzle and launder money. Throughout Season 9, West Valley Venue Advisory & Investments becomes the focus of the ATF when a notorious international Russian weapons dealer returns to the states. This time, Agent Eric Beale (played by Barrett Foa) goes undercover as well to investigate how the Russian mob is operating within the investment firm.

NCIS: LOS ANGELES

In the hit CBS television series, Ting plays the recurring role of ‘Keith Jenloe,’ the managing partner of West Valley Venue Advisory & Investments, where Agent Sam Hanna (played by LL Cool J) goes undercover as a new day trader after an investment banker who has ties to the Russia mob is murdered. Unbeknownst to Jenloe, the Russian mob has been using their investment firm to embezzle and launder money. Throughout Season 9, West Valley Venue Advisory & Investments becomes the focus of the ATF when a notorious international Russian weapons dealer returns to the states. This time, Agent Eric Beale (played by Barrett Foa) goes undercover as well to investigate how the Russian mob is operating within the investment firm.

WACO

In 2018 Rich Ting starred in the hit mini-series Waco where he played “Lon Horiuchi” who was an F.B.I. Hostage Rescue Team (H.R.T.) sniper and former U.S. Army officer. He was the critical sniper that shot Vicki Weaver during the F.B.I. siege at Ruby Ridge in 1992. (In 1997, Horiuchi was charged with manslaughter for the death of Vicki Weaver at Ruby Ridge, but the charges were later dropped). He was involved in controversial deployments during the 1992 Ruby Ridge standoff and 1993 Waco siege. As a result, the series opens with the events at Ruby Ridge and follows Horiuchi’s involvement all the way to the siege of the Waco compound in 1993. The highly-anticipated series featured Taylor Kitsch, Melissa Benoist, John Leguizamo, and Michael Shannon.

WACO

In 2018 Rich Ting starred in the hit mini-series Waco where he played “Lon Horiuchi” who was an F.B.I. Hostage Rescue Team (H.R.T.) sniper and former U.S. Army officer. He was the critical sniper that shot Vicki Weaver during the F.B.I. siege at Ruby Ridge in 1992. (In 1997, Horiuchi was charged with manslaughter for the death of Vicki Weaver at Ruby Ridge, but the charges were later dropped). He was involved in controversial deployments during the 1992 Ruby Ridge standoff and 1993 Waco siege. As a result, the series opens with the events at Ruby Ridge and follows Horiuchi’s involvement all the way to the siege of the Waco compound in 1993. The highly-anticipated series featured Taylor Kitsch, Melissa Benoist, John Leguizamo, and Michael Shannon.

SUPERGIRL

Ting, who has been surgically transformed by Lillian Luthor (Brenda Strong) into the infamous DC Comics supervillain, Metallo, is now a cyborg with a kryptonite power source in his heart. Depicted as a common adversary of Superman, Metallo uses his kryptonite power to not only attack and destroy National City and Metropolis Park but to also fight Superman. Though temporarily defeated by Superman, Metallo regains consciousness and wakes up foreshadowing that he still has unfinished business with both Superman and Supergirl.

RUSH HOUR

Known as the “Dragon’s Son,” Ting plays the character of ‘Zho Tu,’ the head of the Chinese Quantou gang notoriously known for their human trafficking of young women into Los Angeles. Confronted at a spa in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, Detective Lee (John Patrick Foo) and Detective Carter (Justin Hires) arrest Zho Tu and bring him in for questioning but not before the Dragon himself (played by James Hong) sends in reinforcements to rescue his son.

YAMA

Set in Osaka during World War II, Yama is an epic love story between a Japanese Imperial Captain, ‘Tomo,’ (Ting) and a Korean comfort woman, ‘Amaya,’ (Jeannie Lee). During the second World War, hundreds of thousands of Korean women and girls were abducted from their homes and lured into captivity with promises of factory work. Once captured, they were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army and sent to foreign lands to service their soldiers. Often as young as 11-years-old, these women lived in a constant state of despair, completely isolated from the outside world. They were raped, threatened, beaten, and abused for years. To this day, these “Comfort Women,” whose lives were forever shaped by the nightmare of human trafficking, have gone without apology or compensation for the crimes committed against them.

THE MESSENGERS

A mysterious object crashes on Earth and a group of unconnected strangers die from an energy pulse it emits, but then re-awaken to find out that they have been deemed responsible for preventing the impending apocalypse. Peter Moore (Joel Courtney), one of the “Messengers,” finds himself in prison among an intimidating Hmong inmate (Ting). After continued death threats and physical altercations, Moore has had enough of Ting and unleashes his super strength against him ultimately bringing the bullying inmate to his knees begging for mercy.

CHICAGO P.D.

Chang (played by Ting), who is affiliated with a powerful Chinese gang, is in the middle of seizing a rival gang’s illegal paraphernalia, when officers Sean Roman (Brian Geraghty) and Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) intervene and move in on him and his men. After an intense standoff, Chang takes both officers hostage inside a warehouse in the southside of Chicago, while the rest of intelligence is spending the day receiving taser certification.

THE NOVICE

Written by Joe Gayton and Tony Gayton (best known for their hit TV series, “Hell on Wheels”), “The Novice” focuses on a charming and highly intelligent recent college graduate, ‘Kyle,’ who is forced to move back home in order to search for jobs and employment opportunities.  Kyle, however, finds himself working with a Korean crime organization under the leadership of ‘Mr. Joo’ and the ‘Bangs.’  ‘Big Bang’ (played by Will Yun Lee) and ‘Little Bang’ (played by Ting) recruit Kyle from a local pawn shop in Los Angeles’ Koreatown to assist them in their criminal activity.

NO TEARS FOR THE DEAD

Traumatized from killing an innocent young girl on a previous assignment, ‘Gon’ (Dong-gun Jang), a hitman, is unable to fulfill his new mission of eliminating the young girl’s mother, ‘Mo-kyeong’ (Min-hee Kim). As a result, Gon decides to turn against his contractor and begins the ultimate fight to save Mo-kyeong. ‘Asing’ (Ting), a Chinese-Korean hitman, is hired to not only caring out the original mission of killing Mo-keyong but is also given the task of assassinating Gon in the process due to his betrayal and disloyalty to his boss. Asing finally corners Mo-kyeong at a hospital in Seoul but is unaware that Gon has been tracking his every move.

IRIS

Iris, a secret terrorist organization based out of North Korean, has historically despised the potential reunification of both North and South Korea. They are known to have been responsible for critically timed bombings and mass killings that have prohibited any type of reconciliation between the North and the South. The National Security Service (NSS) is a secret South Korean black ops agency whose main target is the Iris organization. Lee Cheol-min, played by Ting, is one of the top lieutenants in the Iris organization. Working under the command of ‘Yoo Joong-won’ (Beom-su Lee), Iris plans a strategic attack to detonate a nuclear bomb in the city of Seoul, South Korea. The NSS, however, are able to locate the bomb and a massive shootout erupts between both them and the Iris organization.

LONE SURVIVOR

In late June of 2005, Marcus Luttrell and his U.S. Navy SEAL team set out on a mission to capture or kill the notorious Taliban leader, Ahmad Shah. They, however, encountered massive Taliban resistance and were left to fight for their lives in one of the most valiant efforts of modern warfare. On a daylight mission to reinforce an outnumbered four-man SEAL reconnaissance squad in 8,000-foot mountainous terrain, U.S. Navy SEAL James Suh (played by Ting) was one of 16 troops killed when a MH-47 Chinook helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan. Suh, seven other SEALs, and eight Army commandos died in their heroic attempt to rescue Luttrell and his fellow team members. A total of 11 SEALs died on June 28, 2005 in the War against Terror, which represents the biggest single loss of life for Naval Special Warfare forces since World War II. U.S. Navy SEAL James Suh is remembered with the greatest respect and gratitude by his fellow SEALs, the Navy, and our nation.

MAKE YOUR MOVE

Written and directed by Duane Adler (known for the hit dance films, “Save the Last Dance” and “Step Up”), “Make Your Move” is a classic Romeo and Juliet story about a pair of star-crossed dancers, ‘Donny’ (Derek Hough) and ‘Aya’ (BoA), in New York City who find themselves at the center of a bitter rivalry between their brothers’ underground dance clubs. ‘Kaz’ (Will Yun Lee), Aya’s older brother, and ‘Oku’ (Ting), Kaz’s right- hand man and most trusted confidant, despise Aya’s romantic relationship with Donny and do whatever it takes to break up their relationship while still focusing to keep their dance club in business.

SALT

An all-out manhunt takes place when CIA agent, ‘Evelyn Salt’ (Angelina Jolie), goes on the run after a Russian defector accuses her of being a Russian spy. Ting, who plays a CIA agent, along with his patrolling partner track down Salt in an industrial building in New York City. After Salt gets the jump on both agents, a violent fight ensues between them ultimately leaving both Ting and his CIA partner unconscious on the ground.

BEN 10: RACE AGAINST TIME

Based on the popular animation, Ben Tennyson returns home from summer vacation only to discover that a rapidly aging alien criminal named, Eon, is planning to use an ancient alien artifact to destroy Bellwood.  Using his magical watch, Ben morphs into ‘Heatblast’ (played by Ting) to destroy and obliterate the villain that has been destroying his hometown.