Alexander Lou

Alexander Lo (born Luo Chang-An) is a former taekwondo champion from Taiwan, who has great physical skills. Alexander worked on many films during the 1980s about Ninjas, such as The Ninja Hunter, The Super Ninja, Ninja vs. Shaolin, Ninja Condors 13, and Mafia vs. Ninja. He also worked on Shaolin films such as Shaolin Chastity Kung Fu and the famous Shaolin vs. Lama. The director who Lo most frequently worked with is Robert Tai, who in 1984 directed him in a nine-hour epic titled Ninja: The Final Duel (redubbed and released in 1999 as Shaolin Dolemite. Some time after that film, Alexander quit acting but did not stop making movies. He continued a long partnership with Robert Tai, only this time as an action choreographer, working on such films as Fists of Legends II. He often collaborated with his good friend, the African-American kick-boxer Eugene Thomas (Trammell), where they either fought together as a black/Asian duo, or faced up against each other as arch enemies.


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