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Ho Sung Pak is a Korean American actor, fight choreographer, writer, and producer.

In 1992, Ho Sung Pak landed the role as Liu Kang in the first Mortal Kombat.  Many don't realize though that he also played the role of Shang Tsung, the game's final boss.  He went on to play Liu Kang again in the sequel, Mortal Kombat II.  The role of the younger looking Shang Tsung went to Dr. Phillip Ahn.

In 1995, Ho Sung Pak worked for High Voltage Software in the production of Thea Realm Fighters.  The game was shown at the innaugural E3, but was never released because Atari abandoned the Jaguar before its completion.  The game was also set to feature several other former Mortal Kombat cast members including Dr. Phillip Ahn, Katalin Zamiar, and Daniel Pesina.

Ho Sung Pak has appeared in two video game related movies.  He plays Agent Marko in Uwe Boll's Alone in the Dark, where he dies in a very MK-like pit of spikes.  He joined Boll again as a Vampire Guard in 2005's BloodRayne.

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