Contents 1 Background 2 Career 3 Death 4 Legacy 5 Filmography 6 Television 7 See also 8 References 9 Further reading 10 External links

Background[edit] Luke was born in Guangzhou, China, to a father who owned an art shop, but grew up in Seattle.[3] He was part of the Luke family, a relative of Wing Luke, for whom Seattle's Wing Luke Asian Museum was named. He had four siblings who all emigrated from China to California during the Depression. His younger brother Edwin Luke also became an actor in the Charlie Chan series. In Seattle, Luke attended Franklin High School, where he contributed cartoons and illustrations to school publications.[4] Keye Luke became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1944—in a moment fictionally recreated in Lisa See's novel Shanghai Girls. Before becoming an actor he was a local artist in Seattle and, later, Hollywood, working on several of the murals inside Grauman's Chinese Theatre. He did some of the original artwork for the 1933 King Kong pressbook. Luke also painted the casino's mural in The Shanghai Gesture. He published a limited edition set of pen and ink drawings of The Rubiyat of Omar Khayyam in the 1950s. He also created illustrations for the books The Unfinished Song of Achmed Mohammed by Earle Liederman, Blessed Mother Goose by Frank Scully and an edition of Messer Marco Polo by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne (unpublished).[4] Other art done by Luke included the dust jackets for books published in the 1950s and 1960s. It was through his studio art work that he was recruited for his first movie roles.

Career[edit] Luke made his film debut in The Painted Veil (1934), and the following year gained his first big role, as Charlie Chan's eldest son in Charlie Chan in Paris. He worked so well with Warner Oland, the actor playing Chan, that "Number One Son" became a regular character in the series, alternately helping and distracting 'Pop' Chan in each of his murder cases.[5] Luke appeared seven times as Lee Chan opposite Oland's Chan. Keye Luke left the Charlie Chan series in 1938, shortly after Oland died. The unfinished Oland-Luke film Charlie Chan at the Ringside was completed as Mr. Moto's Gamble, with Luke now opposite Peter Lorre. Unlike some performers who failed to establish themselves beyond a single role, Keye Luke continued to work prolifically in Hollywood, at several studios. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cast him in a recurring role in its Dr. Kildare film series, and Monogram Pictures featured him in its Frankie Darro comedies and starred him as Mr. Wong in Phantom of Chinatown. Unlike Boris Karloff, who had preceded him in the Mr. Wong role, Luke played the detective without any exotic touches. Though his Mr. Wong was of Chinese descent and able to speak Chinese, he was otherwise an ordinary American gumshoe, with no trace of a foreign accent or "Oriental" philosophy. RKO Radio Pictures used Luke in its popular adventures of The Falcon and Mexican Spitfire. Luke also worked at Universal Pictures, where he played two-fisted valet/chauffeur Kato in its Green Hornet serials. In 1946 Universal mounted a low-budget serial consisting largely of action footage from older films; Keye Luke was hired to match old footage of Sabu in the serial Lost City of the Jungle. In 1948, Keye Luke returned to the Chan mysteries, which were now being produced by Monogram and starred Roland Winters as Chan. "Number One Son" appeared in the last two Chan features, The Feathered Serpent along with "Number Two Son" Tommy Chan (Victor Sen Yung) in their only appearance together, and Sky Dragon. In both of these films, Luke was older than the actor playing his father. Luke continued to play character parts in motion pictures. He had a featured role in The Chairman (1969) starring Gregory Peck. He provided the voice of the evil Mr. Han in Enter the Dragon (1973) starring Bruce Lee. Luke played the mysterious old Chinatown shopowner Mr. Wing in the two Gremlins movies and he had a significant role in Woody Allen's 1990 movie Alice. In 1958, Luke had a featured Broadway role in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Flower Drum Song, directed by Gene Kelly. The soundtrack album captures his singing of the part of Mr. Wang, the family patriarch. Luke as Master Po in Kung Fu Keye Luke also worked extensively in television, making numerous guest appearances, including four on The F.B.I. and seven TV movies. He was a regular cast member in two short lived sitcoms, Anna and the King starring Yul Brynner in 1972 and Sidekicks in 1986-87. Also in 1972, "Number One Son" ascended to the role of Charlie Chan himself, thus becoming the first actor of Chinese descent to play the role: he supplied the voice of "Mr. Chan" in the animated television series The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan. He was also known for his role of Master Po in the television series Kung Fu (1972–75). In 1985, Luke played 'The Ancient One' on the soap opera General Hospital, for the Asian Quarter storyline, which showcased strong chemistry between Luke and young actress Kimberly McCullough, whom he mentored. In 1986, Luke appeared in season two of "The Golden Girls" as Sophia's love interest. Additionally Luke voiced many animated series including Brak in Space Ghost, the aforementioned Charlie Chan, and Zoltar/The Great Spirit/Colonel Cronus in Battle of the Planets. Keye Luke (1976) Luke played Governor Donald Cory in a 1969 episode of Star Trek entitled "Whom Gods Destroy", and was going to play Doctor Noonien Soong in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Brothers" but illness prevented him from doing so; Brent Spiner ultimately took over the role. In the Fractured Fairy Tales episode "The Enchanted Fly," one of the rewards offered to the man who would rescue and marry the princess is "an autographed picture of Keye Luke." For his contribution to show business, Luke was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, on the sidewalk in front of 7000 Hollywood Blvd.

Death[edit] Luke died of a stroke on January 12, 1991. He was 86 years old and is buried at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California.

Legacy[edit] Writer and filmmaker Timothy Tau wrote, directed and produced a short film about Keye Luke's earlier life and work, entitled Keye Luke, which premiered at the 2012 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival as a Visual Communications "Armed with a Camera" Fellowship film.[6][7][8][9] The film was also Closing Night Film of the inaugural 2013 Seattle Asian American Film Festival.[10][11] Feodor Chin starred as Keye Luke. Archie Kao starred as Edwin Luke, Keye Luke's brother. Kelvin Han Yee starred as Lee Luke, Keye Luke's father.

Filmography[edit] The Painted Veil (1934) as Shay Key Fong (uncredited) Charlie Chan in Paris (1935) as Lee Chan The Casino Murder Case (1935) as Taki - Casino Pageboy (uncredited) Eight Bells (1935) as Interpreter (uncredited) Murder in the Fleet (1935) as Consul's Secretary (uncredited) Oil for the Lamps of China (1935) as Chinese soldier Mad Love (1935) as Dr. Wong Shanghai (1935) as Chinese Ambassador's son Here's to Romance (1935) as Saito Charlie Chan in Shanghai (1935) as Lee Chan King of Burlesque (1936) Wong Anything Goes (1936) as Ching (uncredited) Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936) as Lee Chan Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936) as Lee Chan Charlie Chan at the Opera (1936) as Lee Chan The Good Earth (1937) as Elder son Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) as Lee Chan Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937) as Lee Chan Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo (1937) as Lee Chan International Settlement (1938) as Dr. Wong Mr. Moto's Gamble (1938) as Lee Chan North of Shanghai (1939) as Jimmy Riley Disputed Passage (1939) as Andrew Abbott Sued for Libel (1939) as Chang Howe Barricade (1939) as Ling - Cady's secretary The Green Hornet (1940, serial) as Kato Wildcat Bus (1940) as Tai (uncredited) Phantom of Chinatown (1940) as James Lee Wong Comrade X (1940) as World Press Attendee with Glasses (uncredited) No, No, Nanette (1940) as Sung, Oriental Cafe Manager (uncredited) The Green Hornet Strikes Again! (1940, serial) as Kato Footlight Fever (1941) as Chinese Restaurant Waiter (uncredited) The Gang's All Here (1941) as George Lee They Met in Bombay (1941) as Mr. Toy (scenes deleted) Bowery Blitzkrieg (1941) as Clancy (as Key Luke) Passage from Hong Kong (1941) as Charlie, Chinese Waiter (uncredited) Let's Go Collegiate (1941) as Buck Wing Burma Convoy (1941) as Lin Taiyen No Hands on the Clock (1941) as Severino (uncredited) North to the Klondike (1942) as K. Wellington Wong Mr. and Mrs. North (1942) as Kumi A Yank on the Burma Road (1942) as Kim How A Tragedy at Midnight (1942) as Ah Foo Spy Ship (1942) as Koshimo Haru Submarine Raider (1942) as Tesei (uncredited) Invisible Agent (1942) as Surgeon Somewhere I'll Find You (1942) as Thomas Chang (uncredited) Across the Pacific (1942) as Steamship Office Clerk Mexican Spitfire's Elephant (1942) as Lao Lee - Chinese Magician (uncredited) The Falcon's Brother (1942) as Jerry - Gay's Houseboy Destination Unknown (1942) as Secretary Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant (1942) as Dr. Lee Wong Howe Journey for Margaret (1942) as Japanese Statesman (uncredited) The Adventures of Smilin' Jack (1943, serial) as Capt. Wing Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case (1943) as Dr. Lee Wong Howe Salute to the Marines (1943) as Flashy Logaz Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble (1944) as Dr. Lee Wong Howe Three Men in White (1944) as Dr. Lee Wong Howe Dragon Seed (1944) Between Two Women (1945) as Dr. Lee Wong Howe Secret Agent X-9 (1945 serial) as Ah Fong First Yank into Tokyo (1945) as Haan Soo How Doooo You Do!!! (1945) as Chinese Detective Tokyo Rose (1946) as Charlie Otani Lost City of the Jungle (1946, serial) as Tal Shan Dark Delusion (1947) as Dr. Lee Wong Howe Sleep, My Love (1948) as Jimmie Lin Waterfront at Midnight (1948) as Loy The Feathered Serpent (1948) as Lee Chan Sky Dragon (1949) as Lee Chan Manhandled (1949) as Chinese Laundry Owner (uncredited) Young Man with a Horn (1950) as Ramundo the Houseboy (uncredited) Macao (1952) (uncredited) The Congregation (1952) Hong Kong (1952) as Taxicab Driver (uncredited) Fair Wind to Java (1953) as Pidada South Sea Woman (1953) as Japanese Deck Officer (uncredited) World for Ransom (1954) as Wong Hell's Half Acre (1954) as Police Chief Dan The Bamboo Prison (1954) as Comrade-Instructor Li Ching Godzilla Raids Again (1955) as Shoichi Tsukioka (English version, voice, uncredited) Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955) as Lee Foo (uncredited) Around the World in 80 Days (1956) as old man at Yokohama travel office (uncredited) Rodan (1956) as Narrator (English version, voice, uncredited) Yangtse Incident: The Story of H.M.S. Amethyst (1957) as Capt. Kuo Tai Gigantis the Fire Monster (1959) as VA for Shoichi Tsukioka (uncredited) Nobody's Perfect (1968) as Gondai-San Project X (1968) as Sen Chiu The Chairman (1969) as Prof. Soong Li Noon Sunday (1970) as Colonel Oong The Hawaiians (1970) as Foo Sen Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976) as Cook in kitchen The Amsterdam Kill (1977) as Chung Wei Just You and Me, Kid (1979) as Dr. Device Wonders of China (1982) as philosopher Li Bai for The Walt Disney Company Gremlins (1984) as Grandfather A Fine Mess (1986) as Ishimine Dead Heat (1988) as Mr. Thule The Mighty Quinn (1989) as Dr. Raj Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) as Mr. Wing Alice (1990) as Dr. Yang

Television[edit] Mysteries of Chinatown 1 episode (Shadow of the Avenger) (1950) The Stu Erwin Show 1 episode (Lin Yang in What Paper Do You Read?) (1951) Schlitz Playhouse 1 episode (Souvenir from Singapore) (1952) Chevron Theatre 1 episode (One Thing Leads to Another) (1952) Your Jeweler's Showcase 1 episode (Juice Man) (1952) Terry and the Pirates 3 episodes (Okura in Macao Gold) (1952) (Lt. Leong in The Green God) (1953) (Police Captain in Compound 3-C Theft) (1953) Biff Baker, U.S.A. 1 episode (Tom Ling in The Hawaii Story) (1953) Fireside Theatre 2 episodes (The Traitor) (1953) (The Reign of Amelika Joe) (1954) The New Adventures of China Smith 4 episodes (Aban in The Sign of the Scorpion) (Tony Wan in The Talons of Tongking) (Wong in Plane to Tainan) (The Proverbs of Shen-Tze) (1954) Studio 57 1 episode (Sam Kee in Ring Once for Death) (1954) December Bride 1 episode (Waiter in The Chinese Dinner) (1954) The Ray Milland Show 1 episode (Professor Wong in Chinese Luck) (1954) My Little Margie 1 episode (Mr. Chang/Fake Mr. Lee in San Francisco Story) (1954) Cavalcade of America (Ordeal in Burma) (1954) (Call Home the Heart) (1956) Big Town 1 episode (The Sniper) (1955) Annie Oakley 1 episode (Li Wong in Annie and the Chinese Puzzle) (1955) Soldiers of Fortune 1 episode (Captain Kopan in Jungle Rebel) (1955) The Lineup 1 episode (The Chinatown Case) (1955) Gunsmoke 1 episode (Chen in The Queue) (1955) Crusader 1 episode (Lin Suchow in Christmas in Burma) (1955) Crossroads 2 episodes (Leang Fan in Calvary in China) (1956) (Wang-Red Soldier in The Inner Light) (1956) Jungle Jim 1 episode (Jolong in Power of Darkness) (1956) Buffalo Bill, Jr. 1 episode (The Golden Plant) (1956) Telephone Time 1 episode (Time Bomb) (1956) TV Reader's Digest 1 episode (Mr. Ling in The Smuggler) (1956) The Adventures of Dr. Fu Manchu 1 episode (Lum Sen in The Golden God of Dr. Fu Manchu) (1956) Wire Service 1 episode (Young General in No Peace in Lo Dao) (1957) Panic! 1 episode (Honolulu in Mayday) (1957) Climax! 1 episode (Chen in Jacob and the Angel) (1957) The Gale Storm Show 2 episodes (Chong in Singapore Fling) (1957) (Henry Ling in The Case of the Chinese Puzzle) (1958) Alcoa Theatre 1 episode (Mike in In the Dark) (1958) The Californians 1 episode (China Doll) (1958) Mike Hammer 1 episode (Sammy Wong in So That's Who It Was) (1958) Richard Diamond, Private Detective 1 episode (Dr. Lin Chang in Chinese Honeymoon) (1958) Trackdown 1 episode (Wong in Chinese Cowboy) (1958) The Case of the Dangerous Robin 1 episode (The China Passage) (1961) Follow the Sun 1 episode (Sumarit in Little Girl Lost) (1961) Target: The Corruptors 1 episode (Chang Sui in Chase the Dragon) (1962) Fair Exchange 1 episode (Mr. Fong in The Exchange) (1962) Perry Mason 2 episodes (C.C. Chang in The Case of the Weary Watchdog) (1962) (Choy in The Case of the Feather Cloak) (1965) The Littlest Hobo 1 episode (Wu Chang in Chinese Puzzle) (1963) Mickey 1 episode (Grandpa Kwan in The Way the Fortune Cookie Crumbles)(1964) Kentucky Jones 2 episodes (Thomas Wong in Ike's Song (1964) and My Old Kwantungy Home) (1965) Jonny Quest (animated) 2 episodes (voice) (Commissioner Wah/Panel truck passenger/Sentry-post 4 in The Quetong Missile Mystery) (1965) (Charlie in The Sea Haunt) (1965) I Spy 1 episode (Lt. How in Danny Was a Million Laughs) (1965) The Wackiest Ship in the Army 1 episode (Last Path to Garcia) (1965) My Brother the Angel 1 episode (Mr. Togosaki in The Hawaiian Caper) (1966) Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre 1 episode (Han in Wind Fever) (1966) Space Ghost (animated) 3 episodes (voice) (Brak in The Lure (1966), The Looters (1967), and The Two Faces of Doom (1967)) The Green Hornet 1 episode (Mr. Chang in The Preying Mantis) (uncredited) (1966) The F.B.I. 4 episodes (General How in The Spy-Master) (1966) (Ken Torii in The Hiding Place) (1966) (Captain Cheiu in The Courier) (1967) (Mr. Seito in Memory of a Legend) (1973) Coronet Blue 1 episode (Yasito Omaki in Tomoyo) (1967) The Andy Griffith Show 1 episode (Charlie Lee in Aunt Bee's Restaurant) (1966) Family Affair 1 episode (Grandfather Chang in The Great Kow-Tow) (1967) Dragnet (1967 series) 2 episodes (The Jade Story) (1967) (The Big Amateur) (1968) The Big Valley 1 episode (Mike Chang in The Emperor of Rice) (1968) The Outsider 1 episode (Won Ah-Kam in Cold as Ashes) (1968) It Takes a Thief 2 episodes (Dubek in When Good Friends Get Together) (1968) (Dr. Tanu Woo in Project X) (1970) Star Trek: The Original Series 1 episode (Donald Cory in Whom Gods Destroy) (1969) Hawaii Five-O 1 episode (Senator John Oishi in All the King's Horses) (1969) Marcus Welby, M.D. 2 episodes (Dr. George Braley in A Woman's Place) (1971) (David Yen in A Portrait of Debbie) (1971) Adam-12 2 episodes (George Lum in Log 56: Vice Versa) (1971) (Sing Hong in Mary Hong Loves Tommy Chen) (1972) Here's Lucy 1 episode (Quon Fong in Lucy and the Chinese Curse) (1972) The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan (1972) (animated) 14 episodes (voice) (Charlie Chan) Anna and the King 13 episodes (Kralahome) (1972) Kung Fu 46 episodes (Master Po) (1972-1975) The Cat Creature TV movie (The Thief-Joe Sung) (1973) Love, American Style 1 episode segment (Hi Ching in Love and the Golden Worm) (1973) Judgement: The Court Martial of the Tiger of Malaya-General Yamashita TV movie (1974) Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders TV movie (Lord Sun Ming) (1974) Cannon 2 episodes (Sam in Where's Jennifer?) (1974) (Lu Chin in The Melted Man) (1975) Harry-O 1 episode (Dr. Creighton Fong in The Mysterious Case of Lester and Dr. Fong) (1976) Hunter 1 episode (The Back-Up) (Never broadcast) Quincy M.E. 1 episode (Hitoshi Hiyato in Touch of Death) (1977) Battle of the Planets (animated) 85 episodes (voice) (Zoltar/The Great Spirit/Colonel Cronus) (1978-1980) M*A*S*H 3 episodes (Mr. Shin in Patent 4077) (1978) (Cho Kim in A Night at Rosie's) (1979) (headmaster in Death Takes a Holiday) (1980) Vega$ 1 episode (Henry Matsimura in Death Mountain) (1979) Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (animated) unknown episode(s) (voices) (1979-1983) How the West Was Won 1 episode (Leong Chung Hua in China Girl) (1979) Thundarr the Barbarian (animated) 2 episodes (voice) (Additional voices in Secret of the Black Pearl) (1980) (Zevon in The Brotherhood of Night) (1980) Charlie's Angels 1 episode (Lin in Island Angels) (1980) Fly Away Home TV movie (Duc) (1981) Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (animated) 1 episode (voice) (Genju in Sunfire) (1981) Bret Maverick 1 episode (Lu Sung in The Yellow Rose) (1981) Remington Steele 1 episode (Tanaka in Your Steele the One for Me) (1982) Voyagers! 1 episode (Kublai Khan in The Travels of Marco...and Friends) (1982) Cocaine and Blue Eyes TV movie (Tan Ng) (1983) Magnum P.I. 1 episode (Goto in Forty Years from Sand Island) (1983) Falcon Crest 2 episodes (Wilson Fong in Separate Hearts and Maelstrom) (1983) Faerie Tale Theatre 1 episode (Imperial Doctor in The Nightingale) (1983) Mister T (animated) unknown episode(s) (voice) (1983) Alvin and the Chipmunks (animated) 13 episodes (voice) (1983) The A-Team 1 episode (Sam Yeng in The Maltese Cow) (1984) The New Mike Hammer 1 episode (Sun Woo in Hot Ice) (1984) Trapper John, M.D. 1 episode (Ronald Kwan Mein in Eternally Yours) (1984) Miami Vice 1 episode (Lao Li in Golden Triangle (Part II)) (1985) Street Hawk 1 episode (Mr. Ming in Chinatown Memories) (1985) Blade in Hong Kong TV movie (1985) Crazy Like a Fox 1 episode (Requiem for a Fox) (1985) Jem 1 episode (voice) (Battle of the Bands) (1985) MacGyver 2 episodes (Prasert in The Golden Triangle) (1985) (Adam Chen in Murderers' Sky) (1988) General Hospital (The Ancient One in Asian Quarter) (1985) Kung Fu: The Movie (TV movie) (Master Po) (1986) T.J. Hooker 1 episode (Dr. Kenji Yakimura in Blood Sport) (1986) The Golden Girls 1 episode (Toshiro Mitsumo in Vacation) (1986) The New Adventures of Jonny Quest (animated) unknown episode(s) (voices) (1986/87) Sidekicks 13 episodes (Sabasan) (1986-87) Night Court 2 episodes (Grandfather Ho in The Apartment) (1986) (Mr. Shibata in Mac's Dilemma) (1987) Beauty and the Beast 1 episode (Master in China Moon) (1988) Friday's Curse 1 episode (Lum Chen in Tattoo) (1988) Superboy 1 episode (Sensei in The Power of Evil) (1989)

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References[edit] ^ Flint, Peter B. (January 16, 1991). "Keye Luke, Actor, Is Dead at 86; 'No. 1 Son' and 'Kung Fu' Master". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-08-17.  ^ Obituary Variety, January 21, 1991. ^ a b Files of Jerry Blake, Keye Luke, ^ a b "Keye Luke papers, circa 1918-1987". Margaret Herrick Library. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Retrieved 9 June 2015.  ^ Howard M. Berlin, The Who's Who of Charlie Chan's Family, ^ Christopher Stipp, /Film, This Week In Trailers: Keye Luke, Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap, Here, I Wish, The Angels' Share, ^ Todd Brown, Meet The Original Kato in Short Film Biopic Keye Luke, Twitch Film, ^ Keye Luke - 2012 LA Asian Pacific Film Festival, "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-11. Retrieved 2012-04-09.  ^ Ed Moy, Writer's Journey: Q&A with 'Keye Luke' Director Timothy Tau, ^ Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times, Seattle Asian American Film Festival Gets Under Way, "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-02-03. Retrieved 2013-01-26.  ^ Seth Sommerfeld, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, Kickstarting Kato: Timothy Tau Discusses His Short Film About Keye Luke,

Further reading[edit] Ken Hanke, Charlie Chan at the Movies. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1989. ISBN 0-7864-1921-0. (Examination of the Charlie Chan feature films, with firsthand commentary by Keye Luke) Herbie J. Pilato, The Kung Fu Book of Caine: The Complete Guide to TV's First Mystical Eastern Western. Boston: Charles A. Tuttle, 1993. ISBN 0-8048-1826-6 Lisa See, Shanghai Girls. New York: Random House, 2008 fictionally recreates Keye Luke's and Anna May Wong's LA Chinatown. Darrell Hamamoto, Monitored Peril: Asian Americans and the Politics of TV Representation, University of Minnesota Press, 1994 has a critical commentary on Luke's cinema. Allan Luke, "Another ethnic autobiography? Childhood and the cultural economy of looking". In: Hammer, R. & Kellner, D. (Eds.) Critical Cultural Studies Reader. Peter Lang, New York, 2008, has a family account of Luke's work.

External links[edit] Keye Luke on IMDb Keye Luke at the Internet Broadway Database "Keye Luke: What the Doctor Called For"; Aljean Harmetz, The New York Times (December 23, 1990) Obituary in The New York Times (January 16, 1991) Keye Luke at Memory Alpha (a Star Trek wiki) Keye Luke at Find a Grave Keye Luke papers, circa 1918-1987, Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Preceded by None Actors portraying Brak 1966-1968 Succeeded by C. Martin Croker Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 5142893 LCCN: n87847028 ISNI: 0000 0000 7245 0415 GND: 135142318 SUDOC: 098944231 BNF: cb14200985r (data) BNE: XX4867861 SNAC: w6qg23r1 Retrieved from "" Categories: 1904 births1991 deaths20th-century American male actorsAmerican male film actorsAmerican male voice actorsAmerican male stage actorsAmerican male television actorsPre-1949 Republic of China emigrants to the United StatesAmerican people of Cantonese descentMale actors from GuangzhouFranklin High School (Seattle) alumniMale actors from Los AngelesMale actors from Seattle20th Century Fox contract playersMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract playersBurials at Rose Hills Memorial ParkHidden categories: Biography with signatureArticles with hCardsArticles containing traditional Chinese-language textPages using div col with deprecated parametersArticles with IBDb linksFind a Grave template with ID same as WikidataWikipedia articles with VIAF identifiersWikipedia articles with LCCN identifiersWikipedia articles with ISNI identifiersWikipedia articles with GND identifiersWikipedia articles with BNF identifiersWikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers

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