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|Occupation||Film actor, martial artist, action choreographer, stuntman|
Johnny Trí Nguyễn is a Vietnamese–American action choreographer, film actor, martial artist, and stuntman who is mainly active in the Vietnamese film industry.
Born in Bình Dương, Saigon, Vietnam, Nguyễn and his family immigrated to the United States of America when he was 9. He competed as a martial artist on the U.S. national team, and then transitioned into a career as a stuntman in Hollywood, working on films such as Spider-Man 2 and Jarhead.
Nguyễn later returned to Vietnam and starred in The Rebel, a period martial arts film released in 2007 and directed by his brother Charlie Nguyễn. It was a massive success in Vietnam, garnering unprecedented attention for a locally made film. Nguyễn followed The Rebel by starring in a steady stream of hit films, many of which were directed by his brother, including Clash in 2009, Để Mai tính in 2010, and Tèo Em in 2013, all of which broke box office records at the time of release. In a controversial decision, Vietnamese censors banned Nguyễn's 2013 action film Bui Doi Cho Lon for its violent content.
|2003||Cradle 2 the Grave||Ling's Henchman||Johnny Nguyễn's Hollywood film debut|
|2003||Buổi sáng đầu năm||Tuấn|
|2004||Max Havoc: Curse of the Dragon||Quicksilver|
|2005||Tom-Yum-Goong (The Protector)(Người bảo vệ)||Johnny|
|2006||Hồn Trương Ba, da hàng thịt||Trương Ba|
|2007||The Rebel (Dòng máu anh hùng)||Cường||at the time the highest-grossing film in Vietnamese history|
|2007||Sài Gòn nhật thực||Trọng Hải|
|2008||Kiss of the Death (Nụ hôn thần chết)||Thần chết Du||also set new box office records|
|2009||Power Kids (5 Huajai Hero)||Terrorist Leader|
|2009||Clash (Bẫy rồng)||Quân / Hổ|
|2010||Để Mai tính||Anh chàng đồng tính Johnny|
|2011||7aum Arivu (Seventh sense)||Dong Lee||Operation Red Task lead, Indian film|
|2012||Cưới ngay kẻo lỡ||Hồ Sơn|
|2012||Chuộc tội||Chưa có thông tin|
|2013||Bụi đời Chợ Lớn||Phong bụi|
|2013||Tèo em||Tí||held the record for highest grossing Vietnamese film of all time until Vengeful Heart dethroned it in 2014|
|2014||Irumbu Kuthirai (Iron Horse)||Don Stoney||Biker, Indian film|
|2014||Để Mai tính 2||Peddler|
|2016||Fanatic (Fan cuồng)||Gia Nghị|
|2017||Babysitters at Work (Vú em tập sự)||Trường|
|2020||Da 5 Bloods||Vinh|
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