Soon-Tek Oh Movies and Career Information
Jun 29, 1943
Soon-Tek Oh (Korean: 오순택, born 29 June 1943 in Japan) is a Korean-American actor best known for the voice of Fa Zhou in Disney's Mulan and the sequel Mulan II. He has starred in many films, and also acted in television shows, including M*A*S*H, Charlie's Angels, Magnum, P. I., Hawaii Five-O, Kung-Fu, Zorro, and Touched By An Angel. Oh was born in Japan, but raised in South Korea. He emigrated with his family to America when he was a teenager. Oh attended high school at Gwangju, South Korea and attended at the University of Southern California, and later received a MFA from UCLA. On Broadway, he appeared in the original cast of the Stephen Sondheim musical Pacific Overtures. He was one of the earliest members of East West Players, an Asian American theatre group founded in 1965. In 1995 he founded the Korean American theatre group, Society of Heritage Performers, which later evolved into the present Lodestone Theatre Ensemble.