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Anthony Brandon Wong

Anthony Brandon Wong is an award-winning actor who has played a wide range of roles in numerous films and more than 40 hit television programs in the US, Canada, Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Africa. He is best known to international audiences for his role as 'Ghost', the Zen Buddhist assassin in "The Matrix Reloaded", "The Matrix Revolutions", and as the lead character (alongside Jada Pinkett Smith) in the "Enter the Matrix" video game. For 3 seasons, Wong played the principal role of Danny Law in the SBS/Matchbox Pictures comedy series "The Family Law".

In 2019, Wong can be seen in the supporting role of drag queen Virginia Woof in the Australian movie "Sequin in a Blue Room", which made its world premiere at Sydney Film Festival and won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature. Wong played Patrick McDermott, the real-life Korean-American cameraman who disappeared in 2005, in the mini-series "Olivia: Hopelessly Devoted to You" opposite his acting student, Australian singer/actress Delta Goodrem, who portrayed Olivia Newton-John.

Wong's many other screen credits include Flight of the Pheonix, Haywire, Glee, NCIS, Hemingway & Gellhorn, Guns, Girls & Gambling, Hawaii Five-0, The Unit, Samurai Girl, Mask of the Ninja, Newton's Law, Pulse, The Letdown, Blue Murder: Killer Cop, First Day, Winter and All Saints. His stage work includes more than 30 productions with companies such as Sydney Theatre Company, Melbourne Theatre Company, Malthouse Theatre, Victorian Arts Centre and Playbox Theatre Company. He is a twice winner of the Equity Ensemble Award for Most Outstanding Performance by a Comedy Ensemble for The Family Law, and a winner of the Victorian Green Room Best Actor Award, for his role in Sex Diary of an Infidel.