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KEANU REEVES (Neo) is one of Hollywood’s most sought after and busiest leading men. He will next be seen in the romantic comedy Something’s Gotta Give starring opposite Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton, and is currently in production on the Warner Bros. epic Constantine.

His long list of credits include the Matrix trilogy; his critically acclaimed performance in The Gift, opposite Cate Blanchett; Hardball; Sweet November; The Replacements; A Walk in the Clouds; the hit thriller The Devil’s Advocate, opposite Al Pacino and Charlize Theron; Little Buddha; and Much Ado About Nothing, in which Reeves starred with Denzel Washington, Emma Thompson and Michael Keaton. Reeves was also seen in Bram Stoker’s Dracula; My Own Private Idaho; the action-adventure film Point Break; the very popular Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and its sequel Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey.

Raised in Toronto, Reeves performed in various local theatre productions and on television before relocating to Los Angeles. His first widely acclaimed role was in Tim Hunter’s River’s Edge. He then starred in Marisa Silver’s Permanent Record and with Amy Madigan and Fred Ward in The Prince of Pennsylvania. Yet another turn came when the actor was cast as the innocent Danceny in Stephen Frears’ highly praised Dangerous Liaisons alongside Glenn Close, John Malkovich and Michelle Pfeiffer. He joined other outstanding casts that year in Ron Howard’s comedy Parenthood and in Lawrence Kasdan’s I Love You to Death.

Audiences saw Reeves for the first time as the lead opposite Barbara Hershey in Jon Amiel’s Tune in Tomorrow, also starring Peter Falk. His additional credits include Tri-Star’s sci-fi thriller, Johnny Mnemonic, Andrew Davis’ action film Chain Reaction and the dark comedy Feeling Minnesota, directed by Steve Baigelman for New Line Cinema.

LAURENCE FISHBURNE (Morpheus), honored for his work on the stage and screen, earned an Academy Award nomination for his searing portrayal of Ike Turner in the hit biopic What’s Love Got to Do With It. Fishburne recently made his directorial debut, as well as starring in and producing, Once in the Life, which he wrote based on the one-act play Riff Raff in which he starred, wrote and directed in 1994. The play’s initial run in Los Angeles was the first production produced under Fishburne’s own banner, L.O.A. Productions.

Fishburne, who began acting at the age of 10, was only 15 years old when he won the role of a young G.I. in Francis Coppola’s Vietnam War epic Apocalypse Now. He went on to work with Coppola on Rumble Fish, Gardens of Stone and The Cotton Club.

Fishburne has collaborated twice with noted director John Singleton, on Boyz ‘N the Hood and Higher Learning, earning an NAACP Image Award for Best Actor for the former. His other credits include Othello, Searching for Bobby Fischer, Just Cause, Bad Company, Class Action, Deep Cover, Fled, Cadence, King of New York, Red Heat, Band of the Hand, Spike Lee’s School Daze, Steven Spielberg’s The Color Purple, Hoodlum, Event Horizon, The Matrix, as the voice for Thrax in Osmosis Jones and most recently as the star of Biker Boyz.

On the small screen, Fishburne received nominations for the Emmy, Golden Globe and CableACE Awards and won an NAACP Image Award for his performance in the HBO movie The Tuskegee Airmen, the story of America’s first black combat pilots. He also won an Emmy Award for his role in the premiere episode of Robert De Niro’s series Tribeca. In 1997 Fishburne received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Mini-Series or Special for his starring role in the HBO drama Miss Evers’ Boys, which he also executive produced. Miss Evers’ Boys was awarded five Emmys, including the coveted President’s Award, which honors a program that illuminates a social or educational issue. Fishburne recently starred in and executive produced Always Outnumbered, directed by Michael Apted for HBO.

Fishburne’s other television credits include the critically acclaimed telefilms A Rumor of War, For Us the Living and Decoration Day.

In 1992 Fishburne received the Tony Award, a Drama Desk Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Theatre World Award for his work in the Broadway production of August Wilson’s Two Trains Running, in which he reprised the role of Sterling Johnson that he originated at the Yale Repertory Theatre. In 1999 Fishburne played the lead role of Henry II of France in the story of the struggle with his estranged wife, Eleanor of Acquitaine.

Fishburne can currently be seen in Clint Eastwood’s Mystic River, starring alongside the acclaimed cast of Kevin Bacon, Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, Laura Linney and Marcia Gay Harden.

CARRIE-ANNE MOSS (Trinity) landed her big break as an actress when she appeared opposite Keanu Reeves in the Wachowski Brothers’ smash hit The Matrix. Following the film’s release, Moss starred with Val Kilmer in Red Planet. She also co-starred opposite Juliette Binoche, Johnny Depp and Dame Judi Dench in Lasse Hallstrom’s Oscar-nominated film Chocolat and starred with Guy Pearce in the critically acclaimed independent thriller Memento, for which she received an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actress. More recently, Moss starred in The Matrix Reloaded, the second installment in The Matrix trilogy.

Moss was born in Vancouver, British Columbia and began performing in a children’s musical theatre group when she was eleven. A trip to Europe with the school choir in her senior year affirmed her passion for performing and she enrolled at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena upon her return. After graduating, Moss moved to Europe and became a successful model, traveling the globe and appearing on many international magazine covers. While working in Spain, she landed a regular role in the television series Dark Justice. Moss moved to Los Angeles the following year when the series switched locations and soon after was cast in a starring role in Aaron Spelling’s television show Models Inc.

Moss will next be seen in the thriller Suspect Zero opposite Aaron Eckhart and Sir Ben Kingsley.

HUGO WEAVING (Agent Smith) is one of Australia’s most acclaimed actors. He graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1981 and has since worked extensively in film, television and theatre. He was recently seen in the first two installments of Peter Jackson’s epic trilogy The Lord of the Rings as Elrond, Lord of Rivendell.

In 1988 Weaving won an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor for his work in The Interview, directed by Craig Monahan. In 1991 he won an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor for his work in Proof, directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse. He also received and AFI Award nomination in 1994 for The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, directed by Stephen Elliot.

Weaving’s other film credits include The Old Man Who Read Love Stories, Strange Planet, The Matrix, Bedrooms and Hallways, the critically acclaimed True Love and Chaos, Stephen Elliot’s Frauds, The Custodian, Paul Cox’s Exile, Reckless Kelly, Wendy Cracked a Walnut, The Right Hand Man, For Love Alone and The City’s Edge.

His television credits include the acclaimed Australian miniseries Bodyline, the Australian series Halifax f.p., the telefilm The Bite, the miniseries Bangkok Hilton (also starring Nicole Kidman), The Dirtywater Dynasty, Naked - Coral Island, Barlow and Chambers: A Long Way From Home and Melba.

His numerous theatre credits include the Sydney Theatre Company’s Macbeth, The Perfectionist, The Cherry Orchard and Arcadia. He has also starred in Much Ado About Nothing and The Taming of the Shrew for the Melbourne Theatre Company, and in Julius Caesar, Ring Around the Moon and Private Lives for the State Theatre Company of South Australia.

JADA PINKETT SMITH (Niobe) has proven herself to be one of today’s most versatile and gifted young actresses. She landed one of Hollywood’s most sought after roles, as Niobe in The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions.

Pinkett Smith was last seen in a pivotal role opposite her husband Will Smith in Ali for Columbia Pictures. Other film credits include Fox Searchlight’s Kingdom Come opposite LL Cool J and Whoopi Goldberg, and a starring role in Spike Lee’s critically acclaimed Bamboozled, for which she received an Image award nomination. Pinkett Smith also starred in the title role for New Line Cinema’s Woo and was featured in Miramax’s Scream 2, with Neve Campbell. She had a cameo role as the young journalist in the critically acclaimed film A Return to Paradise starring Vince Vaughn, Anne Heche, and Joaquin Phoenix for Polygram.

Pinkett Smith has amassed an impressive list of motion picture credits including the international box-office hit The Nutty Professor, in which she starred opposite Eddie Murphy and New Line Pictures’ popular urban-action drama Set It Off, helmed by F. Gary Gray and co-starring Queen Latifah and Vivica Fox.

After making her film debut in 1993 in Menace II Society, directed by Allen and Albert Hughes, she went on to star in The Inkwell opposite Larenz Tate and Jason’s Lyric with Allen Payne. She drew widespread praise for her first comedic performance in Keenen Ivory Wayans’ A Low Down Dirty Shame. She also turned in a standout performance in Demon Night, director Ernest Dickerson’s big screen adaptation of the popular HBO series Tales From the Crypt.

A native of Maryland, Pinkett Smith studied dance and acting at the Baltimore School of Arts and the North Carolina School of the Arts. Her big break came when she landed a role on the long-running NBC series A Different World.

Off screen, Pinkett Smith is busy with her production company 100% WOMON. She is producing a project entitled The Coldest Winter Ever along with Sista Souljah and James Lassiter as well as co-executive producing a new television sitcom with her husband for the UPN network entitled All of Us, which is based on their real life family.

MARY ALICE (The Oracle) is known for playing women of quiet dignity and strength. Television viewers have known her as Fred Sanford’s nemesis sister-in-law on episodes of Sanford and Son and also as the housemother with a past on A Different World. Anyone who has seen her playing wife of James Earl Jones and mother to Courtney Vance in her Tony-winning role in Fences or as the sassy sister in Having Our Say: The Delaney Sisters’ First 100 Years on Broadway is aware of the depth of her talent.

Alice has also graced the stage with roles in Trials of Jero, The Strong Breed and No Place to Be Somebody. Her feature film credits began with her debut in The Education of Sonny Carson, and she went on to appear in Beat Street, Teachers, The Inkwell, To Sleep With Anger starring Danny Glover, Awakenings starring Robin Williams, Bed of Roses starring Christian Slater and Malcolm X, starring Denzel Washington.

Alice entertained audiences on the small screen by appearing in series such as Oz, L.A. Law, Laurel Avenue, Providence, Touched by an Angel, Cosby, and I’ll Fly Away, for which she earned an Emmy.

Born in Chicago, Alice began her working life as a teacher and began her acting career on stage in her hometown. Eventually, she moved to New York where she studied with Lloyd Richards, who would later direct her in her Tony-winning role in Fences.

The Matrix Revolutions marks the feature film debut for actress TANVEER ATWAL (Sati), a Los Angeles native of Indian heritage.

Like many young actors before her, Atwal began her career in television commercials, but her appearance in the third installment of the Matrix trilogy will be her biggest role to date.

Upon completion of the film, Atwal has since returned to the Brentwood Science Magnet School where she will complete the fourth grade. Besides acting, Atwal’s interests include reading, drawing, dancing, shopping and traveling, and spending time with her parents and younger brother. She also speaks fluent Punjabi and Hindi.

Atwal greatly enjoyed her experience on the Matrix set and thanks the Wachowski Brothers, Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Laurence Fishburne, Collin Chou and Mary Alice for all their help and encouragement during the making of her first film.

MONICA BELLUCCI (Persephone) is perhaps best known for her sizzling performance as Malena, the beautiful young widow who turns a small Italian village upside down in the film Malena by Giuseppe Tornatore.

Bellucci began her career as a model while studying law at the University of Perugia. In 1990 Dino Risi cast her for the Italian television series Vita Coi Figli and her acting career was born. She then made her feature film debut in Francesco Laudadio’s La Riffa.

Francis Coppola gave Bellucci a small role in Bram Stoker’s Dracula with Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins and Keanu Reeves, and she went on to star in numerous European features. She appeared with Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman in Under Suspicion and in the French sensation Le Pacte des Loupes (Brotherhood of the Wolves). In addition to her performance as Persephone in The Matrix Reloaded, Bellucci recently starred in Gaspar Noé’s riveting Irréversible and also appeared opposite Bruce Willis in Antoine Fuqua’s Tears of the Sun. She will next be seen in director Mel Gibson’s The Passion.

Bellucci lives in Paris and London.

A veteran of both film and television, IAN BLISS (Bane) made his small screen debut on the popular Australian high school drama series Heartbreak High in 1995. He followed with several notable TV appearances including Home & Away, The Lost World and Farscape, and in groundbreaking mini-series Blue Murder, Halifax f.p and Bootleg for the BBC. Soon, feature films followed with starring roles in Siam Sunset, The Bank and in the Australian short Bound. Bliss also appeared in the second installment of the Matrix trilogy, The Matrix Reloaded. He has just finished principal photography on the feature film adaptation of Marvel Comics’ Man-Thing.

Bliss graduated from the prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Arts in 1993 and currently resides in Sydney, Australia with his wife, actress Jacqueline Brennan, and daughter Bailey.

Born in Taiwan to a large family of eight brothers and four sisters, COLLIN CHOU (Seraph) began his training in martial arts at the age of five. When he was 12, Chou started his film career as a stunt man before landing his first leading role at the age of 18. After spending two years in service for the Taiwan Army, Chou moved to Hong Kong to pursue acting.

Chou, who performs the majority of his own stunts, has exploded on the action scene and appeared in more than 30 feature films for top action directors such as Sammo Hung, Corey Yuen, Tsui Hark, Tony Ching and Yuen Wo Ping. Fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese, Chou is also a former member of Sammo Hung’s Stuntman Team. Highlights of Chou’s action work include the garage fight from License to Steal and his two fights with Jet Li in Bodyguard from Beijing and My Father is a Hero.

The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions marked Chou’s first two American films. Currently living in Los Angeles, Chou and his wife Wanda recently welcomed twin sons into their family.

Washington D.C. native NONA GAYE (Zee) is best known for her acclaimed performance opposite Will Smith as Muhammad Ali’s second wife in Michael Mann’s Ali. Her film debut, the role prompted USA Today to call for an Oscar nomination, and Gaye went on to star in The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. She recently wrapped production on The Polar Express, starring opposite Tom Hanks for director Robert Zemeckis.

Gaye appeared on stage for the first time with her father, soul legend Marvin Gaye, when she was three weeks old. She was 14 years old when she cut her first demo and was signed to Atlantic Records at 16. In 1992 she released her first album, Love for the Future, which received high praise from the music industry. In 2001 she returned to the recording studio, collaborating with Bono & Artists Against Aids Worldwide re-recording "What’s Going On" as a call to stop the spread of AIDS in Africa.

Gaye later added modeling to her career, shooting a campaign for Armani and walking the runway for Gianni Versace.

NATHANIEL LEES (Mifune) is an award winning theater actor with a diverse list of characters that he has portrayed on the stage. He has now taken the silver screen by storm after earning roles in The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions and The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, epic films in two of the biggest trilogies in film history.

Lees’ other film credits include The Other Side of Heaven, directed by Mitch Davies, and A Woman’s Heart. He has appeared in numerous television series such as Xena: Warrior Princess, Hercules, Young Hercules, The Lost World, The Legend of William Tell and the mini-series Emma: Queen of the South Seas.

A native of Chicago, HARRY LENNIX (Commander Lock) most recently completed filming on Barbershop 2. Lennix may also be seen in the upcoming films The Human Stain, starring Sir Anthony Hopkins and Nicole Kidman, Chrystal, starring Billy Bob Thornton, Unchain My Heart, starring Jamie Foxx and Suspect Zero, starring Carrie-Anne Moss.

A recipient of many awards for acting, Lennix began performing while a seminarian of the Roman Catholic Church. He later served as a teacher in the Chicago Public Schools for eight years. He is a member of artistic staff of The Goodman Theatre, and on the Board of Directors for Congo Square.

Lennix began his professional career while at Northwestern University (where he serves on the Board of Advisors). Thereafter he began working in many Chicago theaters. After moving to New York, he worked with Theater for a New Audience under the direction of Ms. Julie Taymor. With her, he later filmed Titus, for which he won The Golden Satellite Award from the International Press Academy.

Also with TFANA, he was part of the first American company to be invited to the Royal Shakespeare Company for a production of William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline in 2001.

Lennix currently lives in Los Angeles with his dog, Hank.

An accomplished actor who has graced the stage, screen, and television, HAROLD PERRINEAU (Link) has earned a well-deserved reputation as a performer willing to take on any role.

Perrineau is currently starring on stage in Suzan Lori Parks’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Topdog/Underdog being directed by Geoge Wolf at the Seattle Repertory Theatre. Topdog/Underdog is the story of two blood brothers – Lincoln (Perrineau), a cardshark and Abraham Lincoln impersonator, and Booth (Larry Gilliard Jr.), student of the three card monty con game. The Seattle Times calls Perrineau’s performance "riveting…his rendition of a morbidly mournful blues tune is a sad-funny high point." He will also star in this play in San Francisco from October 5th-November 16th and Los Angeles during the month of February and March 2004.

In addition to his role in The Matrix Reloaded, Perrineau most recently appeared on the big screen in Woman on Top opposite Penelope Cruz. He also starred in Malcolm D. Lee’s The Best Man opposite Taye Diggs and Nia Long. For this role, he received an Image Award nomination for "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture." Additionally, Perrineau received the Independent Spirit Award for "Best Supporting Actor" for his portrayal of Rashid Cole in Wayne Wang’s critically acclaimed feature Smoke.

His other feature film credits include Baz Luhrmann’s William Shakespeare’s Romeo+Juliet, Auster’s Lulu On The Bridge, Lee Tamahori’s The Edge opposite Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin, among many others.

On television, Perrineau is best known for his role as the wheelchair bound Augustus Hill on HBO’s critically acclaimed prison drama OZ created by Tom Fontana. His other television credits include: NBC’s movie of the week An American Tempest, as well as roles on Dead Like Me, ER, Law & Order, The Cosby Show, and the critically acclaimed I’ll Fly Away.

Perrineau began his career in theater, where he acted in a number of shows including Dreamgirls, Avenue X, the Off-Broadway revival of Godspell and The Love of Bullets at the Public Theater. Most recently, he garnered critical acclaim in Joe Penhall’s Blue/Orange where he starred as a young man who received the diagnosis of a borderline personality disorder.

A native of Brooklyn, Perrineau studied music and theatre at the Shenandoah Conservatory. He also studied on scholarship at the Alvin Ailey Company.

Australian actor BRUCE SPENCE (The Trainman) has appeared in numerous works on stage and screen, making his film debut in the 1971 comedy Stork. Spence most recently portrayed Chum, the Aussie shark in Finding Nemo.

Genre audiences will recognize Spence from Dark City, The Road Warrior and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, the latter of which garnered him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor by the Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Films.

His other film credits include The Matrix Reloaded, Queen of the Damned, Inspector Gadget 2 and Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. His small screen roles have included appearances on series such as Moby Dick, Return to Jupiter, Dearest Enemy, Zucker, and Deadline.

Spence will next be seen in Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King directed by Peter Jackson, Peter Pan directed by P.J. Hogan and Star Wars: Episode III directed by George Lucas.

CLAYTON WATSON (The Kid) made his feature film debut in the blockbuster The Matrix Reloaded.

Watson is no rookie to the small screen after appearing in such shows as Always Greener, High Flyers and Casino Reef. Born in Australia and raised on a sheep station, Watson studied at Melbourne’s Australian Film & Television Academy during high school.

He is currently in Australia filming Under the Radar directed by Evan Clarry.

BERNARD WHITE (Rama) is no stranger to the spotlight after starring in such films as City of Angels with Meg Ryan and Nicolas Cage, Pay It Forward with Helen Hunt and Kevin Spacey and The Scorpion King with The Rock. More recently, White appeared in the second installment of the Matrix trilogy, The Matrix Reloaded. He will next be seen in Raising Helen directed by Gary Marshall and is currently working on Wim Wenders’s Angst and Alienation in America.

On the small screen, White appeared as recurring characters on such hit shows as JAG, The West Wing, and 24. His other television credits include guest starring roles on Alias, Crossing Jordan, The Agency, CSI Miami, The X-Files, Judging Amy, ER, Touched By An Angel, The Guardian, The Practice and NYPD Blue.

White directed and wrote his first film, The Want, in 2001. In addition, White has penned several screenplays and stage plays, many of which were produced in Los Angeles. He also founded plymouth, a flourishing experimental theatre company in Hollywood. White began his career on daytime television with contract roles on General Hospital, Santa Barbara and Days of Our Lives.

Born in Sri Lanka, but raised in the U.S., White is a graduate of Michigan State University, and is currently living in Los Angeles with his wife, French-American actress Nathalie Canessa-White.

Since graduating from the Drama Centre, London, in 1977, Paris born French actor LAMBERT WILSON (Merovingian) has worked extensively in films with acclaimed directors such as Fred Zinneman, who gave Wilson his first starring role in Five Days One Summer opposite Sean Connery. Wilson also worked with Jodie Foster in Claude Chabrol’s The Blood of Others; with director Andre Techine for Rendez-Vous opposite Juliette Binoche; in Andrzej Wajda’s The Possessed; Peter Greenaway’s The Belly of an Architect; Carlos Saura’s El Dorado; James Ivory’s acclaimed Jefferson in Paris; Vera Belmont for both Red Kiss and Marquise; John Duigan’s The Leading Man; Alain Resnais’ Same Old Song; Jacques Doillon’s Trop (peu) d’amour; Deborah Warner’s The Last September; and Raul Ruiz’ Combat d’amour en Songe, among others.

Wilson has been nominated five times for the French Cesar Academy Awards, most recently for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Fabian Onteniente’s 1999 comedy Jetset. He will next be seen in Timeline, directed by Richard Donner, in Alain Resnais’ new picture Pas Sur la Bouche with Audrey Tatou, and Colette, a mini-series for French television directed by Nadine Trintignant.

On stage, Wilson has performed in both French and English. He starred in A Little Night Music, directed by Sean Matthias, with Judi Dench for the Royal National Theater in London in 1996, as well as in Harold Pinter’s Ashes to Ashes in 1998. His stage credits include L’Amour de L’Amour, La Machine Infernale, La Celestine, Eurydice and Ruy Blas. Wilson has also directed himself in Musset’s Les Caprices de Marianne, which opened in Peter Brooks’ Theatre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris in 1994, and subsequently toured throughout France. In 2001 he directed Kristen Scott Thomas and performed in Racine’s Berenice at the Avignon Festival and at the Chaillot National Theatre in Paris.

As a singer, Wilson recorded in 1989 an album of songs from the Great American musicals entitled Musicals. The album, released by EMI and produced by John McGlinn, formed the basis of his concert series Lambert Wilson chante at the Casino de Paris and on tour in 1990/91. In 1996 he recorded a collection of classic songs from the golden age of French cinema entitled Demon et Merveilles (Virgin Classics) and opened the new Theatre des Abbesses in Paris in April 1997 with concert performances based on these recordings. The show, also titled Demons et Merveilles, toured France and was presented in Canada, Hong Kong, and Japan during the autumn/winter of 1997.

As a narrator, Wilson has also worked under the direction of some of the world’s greatest conductors including Rostropovitch, Pretre Mazur, Dutoit and Ozawana, in works such as Debussy’s Le Martyre de Saint Sebastien, Berlioz’s Lelio, Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soledat and Schuman’s Manfred. Other recording work includes narrator of Homegger’s Le Roi David, Lelio and Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex (Welster-Most EMI).

An award-winning stage-trained actor from Australia, ANTHONY WONG (Ghost) has played a huge diversity of roles in over 30 plays, numerous feature films and more than 30 acclaimed Australian and international television shows including All Saints, Stingers, Water Rats, Embassy, Spellbinder 2, Singapore Sling, The Saint In Australia, Xena: Warrior Princess, Border Patrol, Tanamera and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, produced by Francis Ford Coppola.

In addition to his role as Ghost in The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, Wong stars as Ghost, one of two lead characters in Enter the Matrix, the top selling video game that intersects with the plot of Reloaded and reveals aspects of the story not depicted in the film.

Wong’s additional film credits include Floating Life, Lilian’s Story, Till There Was You, Seeing Red and The Reunion. Theatre highlights include his award-winning performance in Sex Diary of an Infidel, as Lucentio in The Taming of the Shrew and diverse lead roles in M. Butterfly, Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love, The Swan, The Emperor Regrets and most recently the role of a Malaysian king in Coup D’Etat for Melbourne Theatre Company.

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