Kelly Hu
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Kelly Hu . If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.
Wolverine (2007)
The Air I Breathe (2006)
[ Sarah Michelle Gellar ][ Julie Delpy ][ Sasha Pieterse ]
Shanghai Kiss (2006)
[ Summer Altice ][ Hayden Panettiere ]
Undoing (2006)
Americanese (2006)
[ Joan Chen ][ Autumn Reeser ]
Succubus: Hell Bent (2006)
[ Shauna Sand ]
The Devil's Den (2006)
City of the Dolls (2005)
Til Death Do We Part (2005)
Tri-Borough (2005)
Mayday (2005)
[ Gail O'Grady ][ Victoria Pratt ]
Underclassman (2005)
[ Roselyn Sanchez ][ Kaylee DeFer ][ Nikka Costa ]
Cambodia (2004)
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords (2004)
[ Jennifer Hale ][ Kath Soucie ][ Grey DeLisle ]
The Librarian: Quest for the Spear (2004)
[ Olympia Dukakis ][ Jane Curtin ]
19 Seconds (2004)
The Love of Money (2003)
[ Rebecca Demornay ][ Megan Ward ]
X2 (2003)
[ Famke Janssen ][ Anna Paquin ][ Rebecca Romijn ][ Halle Berry ]
Cradle 2 the Grave (2003)
[ Gabrielle Union ][ Julie Du-Page ]
The Scorpion King (2002)
[ Summer Altice ][ K.D. Aubert ][ Tracy Dali ][ Barbara Harris ][ Amy Fadhli ]
Takeout (1998)
Extreme Measures (1998)
[ Julia Campbell ]
Funny Money (1998)
Impostors (1998)
High Fall (1998)
Sacraments (1998)
Crossfire (1998)
[ Aida Turturro ]
Fakin' Da Funk (1997)
[ Pam Grier ][ Tatyana Ali ][ Tichina Arnold ]
Chapter Nineteen (1996)
[ Donna Murphy ]
Star Command (1996)
[ Morgan Fairchild ][ Eva Habermann ]
No Way Back (1995)
[ Helen Slater ]
Strange Days (1995)
[ Juliette Lewis ][ Angela Basset ][ Brigitte Bako ][ Pj Harvey ]
Surf Ninjas (1993)
[ Romy Walthall ]
Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991)
[ Tia Carrere ][ Vanessa Williams ][ Chelsea Field ]
The Doors (1991)
[ Meg Ryan ][ Jennifer Tilly ][ Mimi Rogers ][ Debi Mazar ][ Paula Abdul ]
American Eyes (1991)
Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)
Saigon: Part 1 (1989)
[ Krista Errickson ]
Danny Got His Gun: Part 3 (1988)
Aloha: Part 1 (1987)
Aloha: Part 2 (1987) 100 Hot DVDs

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Hugh Jackman
Russell Crowe
Ralph Fiennes
Val Kilmer
Kevin Bacon
Ian McKellen
Jet Li
The Rock
James Marsden
Brendan Fraser
Mickey Rourke
Patrick Stewart
Vincent D'Onofrio
Michael Madsen
Michael Clarke Duncan
Brian Cox


Beautiful Hawaiian actress Kelly Hu parlayed early experience as a model and beauty pageant winner into a busy career as an actress in television and film. Kelly Hu was born in Honolulu, HI, on February 13, 1968. While a student at Kameameha High School, Hu began taking modeling jobs on the advice of her friends, which led to her spending four months in Japan working on various assignments. Hoping to advance her career, Hu entered a local beauty pageant, which led to her being named Miss Teen U.S.A. in 1985, making her the first Asian-American to hold the title. While winning the prize ironically put her modeling career on pause (pageant regulations prevent winners from taking modeling assignments), it did help her launch an acting career; after her reign, Hu moved to Los Angeles, and in 1987, after landing a number of television commercials, she scored her first high-profile acting job when she was cast as Melia, Kirk Cameron's love interest, on several episodes of the TV sitcom Growing Pains. Hu began receiving a steady stream of television work, making guest appearances on such shows as Tour of Duty, Night Court, and 21 Jump Street, before she earned her first film role, a small part in Friday the 13th: Part VIII — Jason Takes Manhattan. Hu's next film assignment would be a bit more prestigious — she played the wife of musician Ray Manzarek (played by Kyle MacLachlan) in Oliver Stone's The Doors. More film and television work followed, including a brief run in 1992 on the daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful, before Hu took another stab at the pageant circuit, representing Hawaii in the 1993 Miss U.S.A. Pageant. Hu soon returned to acting, making memorable appearances on Melrose Place and Murder One, before she won the role of Michelle Chan on the action-drama series Nash Bridges. Hu lasted two years on the show; her next long-term TV role allowed her to make use of her martial arts skills (she holds a brown belt in karate) when she was cast opposite Sammo Hung on the action-comedy series Martial Law. Hu starred opposite Dwayne Johnson (aka the Rock) in 2002's The Scorpion King, the prequel to the runaway hit The Mummy.

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