After starring in “Mortal Kombat,” Lewis Tan is gearing up for another lead role in the series adaptation of hit novel “Quantum Spy” by bestselling author David Ignatius.
The British Chinese actor, 34, has been tapped to play Chinese American CIA officer Harris Chang, a newly-assigned agent tasked to track a Chinese mole at a top-secret American quantum research lab, reports Variety.
Netflix continues to champion Asian representation with “Wu Assassins,” a new supernatural martial arts series that follows a warrior’s search for the powers of an ancient triad to restore balance in San Francisco’s Chinatown.
The show, which drops next week, stars Indonesian actor Iko Uwais (“The Night Comes for Us”), along with Hong Kong American star Byron Mann (“Blood and Water”) and British American actor Lewis Tan (“Into the Badlands”).
A trailer for the upcoming Netflix series “Wu Assassins,” starring Iko Uwais (“The Raid”) and Lewis Tan (“Into The Badlands”), has been released.
“I never thought I’d say this but, please stop sending me nudes,” the 31-year-old actor wrote on his tweet yesterday.
The Super Bowl spot for “Deadpool 2” revealed tons of surprises and we are all totally hyped up, but there’s one detail in particular that caught our eye: Is that Lewis Tan in the background as one of the members of X-Force?
There was a brief moment in the trailer where we get to see the entire X-Force team (aka the edgier, better X-Men) getting ready to leap out of a plane.
Country superstar, “The Voice” host, and Gwen Stefani’s current beau, Blake Shelton, has been nominated as People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” for 2017 — which is honestly weirding out pretty much everyone.
People: Blake Shelton is the sexiest man Alive