Marshall Law is a character that first appeared in Tekken. His fighting style is "Jeet Kun Do". He is also known as the "Fighting Chef". He is also a friend of Paul Phoenixand the father of Forrest Law.
In the first Tekken, he joins the tournament in hopes of opening his own dojo. In Tekken 2 he was successful in opening the dojo, but it is attacked by Baek Doo San. He joins Tekken 2 to avenge his students.
Law owns a Chinese restaurant. The food apparently isn't very good, but he'll beat the crap out of you if you complain (shown in Tekken 4).
Marshall Law begins to teach some struggling students his somersault kicks, leaving them in awe.
Having begun reviving the Marshall China restaurants, Law revels in his triumph. At one location, some punks complain how his food sucks. Offended, Law decides to teach the punks a lesson to assure his food tastes good. But chaos erupts when one of the punks hits Marshall with a bottle making him retaliate. As a result, Marshall China loses in court and collapses once again.
Tekken 2010 film
In the film 2010 film of Tekken he is portrayed by Cung Le. He is the initials people's choice having defeated Paul Phoenix in 28 seconds. Later defeated by Jin to become the people's choice.
- He is the only character excluded from Tekken Tag Tournament to reappear in further games.
- His character appearance, along with his son's, is based from legendary martial artist, Bruce Lee.
- Every game has Marshall wearing at least one outfit similar to one worn by Bruce Lee in one of his movies.
- Marshall seems to have financial troubles in almost every game, which serves as his motivation for joining the tournaments (winning the prize money).
- In his son's (Forrest) Tekken 3 ending, Marshall could not do a "Frogman" (d+3+4). However, in Tekken 4 and Tekken 5 / Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, he can successfully do it.
- He has several throws that are in Bruce Lee's movies.
- Portrayed by Cung Le in the live action 2010 film Tekken.