What is legendary Dudas actor Dallas James Liu doing now?



Who is Dallas James Liu?

American actor Dallas James Liu was born in Los Angeles, California, USA, on August 21, 2001, so Leo is his zodiac sign. He’s appeared in 15 movies and TV series, and maybe more still best known for Playing Jin Kazama Aged 6 in the 2010 crime action movie “Tekken”, debut film directed by Dwight H. Little, and starring Jonathan Patrick Foo, Kelly Overton and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa. It follows Jin Kazama who saw his mother die in the Anvil slums when he was a child, when he has now decided to fight as an adult and avenge his mother.

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Education and early life

Dallas was raised by his Asian-American parents in San Gabriel Valley, California, but rarely speaks of them publicly, preferring to stay away from the media; it is believed that Dallas’s father is the owner of his own small business and his mother is a housewife. It is known that Dallas has siblings, but he has yet to reveal their genders and names.

He was five when he started practice martial arts, who eventually excelled in Japanese Shotokan and competed in the North American Sport Karate Association; he entered many international competitions before turning 13 when he switched to acting.

Dallas was 12 when he made his debut in the TV series, playing Young Bi Han in the 2013 episode “Liu Kang and Kung Lao Reunite in Macau” of the popular short action adventure “Mortal Kombat: Legacy”, starring Casper Van Dien, Ian Anthony Dale and Samantha Win, and follows the lives of several characters from the popular game “Mortal Kombat”; the series won two of its nine award nominations.

Dallas attended a local high school and, following his 2019 matriculation exam, chose to focus on his career rather than pursue a college degree.

Roles in TV series

In 2014, Dallas Boy starred in the episode “Enormous” of the action series of the same name, and Riley in the episode “The Mutilation of the Master Manipulator” of the crime comedy “Bones”.

In 2015, he portrayed Yoshi in the episode “Gortimer vs. The Terrible Touch-Up” of the popular family fantasy adventure “Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street”, which David Anaxagoras created and starring Drew Justice, Ashley Boettcher and Sloane Morgan . Siegel. Following the lives of best friends Mel, Ranger and Gortimer, the series aired from 2014 through 2016 and won nine of the 23 awards it was nominated for.

Dallas played Jake Hazelton in the 2016 episode “Legacy”. the crime mystery “CSI: Cyber”, and he gained recognition the same year for his portrayal of Carter in the comedy “Legendary Dudas”, created by Kevin Jakubowski and starring Megan Richie, Meyrick Murphy and Theodore Barnes; it is a mockumentary about two brothers as they attend the same homeroom class.

Dallas then could have seen Bruce Lee star in four episodes of the 2018 adventure comedy short film ‘The Who Was? Show”, two episodes of the 2019 family comedy “No Good Nick” and eight episodes of the 2020 drama “Players”.

Most recently, from 2019 to 2021, he played Shuji Ishii-Peters in 14 episodes of the popular comedy “PEN15”, created by Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle, who also starred in it; the series follows the lives of two 15-year-old girls and won three of 48 award nominations.

Dallas is currently filming for the upcoming “Avatar: The Last Airbender” series.

Roles in movies

In 2015, Dallas Young played Jimmy in the family action “Underdog Kids” written and directed by Phillip Rhee, who also starred in it, along with Mirelly Taylor and Max Gail. It follows a group of kids from a poor neighborhood who compete against the Beverly Hills Junior National Karate Team.

Dallas appeared as Reed in the 2016 comedy “Hopefuls (Nickelodeon Sitcom Pilot)”, and the following year starred as Abe in the short drama “Ella”, written and directed by Dan Chen, and also starring Andre Davis, Reilly Donnelly . and Ann Hu; it follows an Asian-American boy who has a crush on his older brother’s girlfriend.

Dallas has appeared in only one other movie: He played Ruihua in the hit 2021 action fantasy adventure “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, and starring Simu Liu, Awkwafina, and Tony Leung Chiu wait. It follows Kung Fu master Shang-Chi who has joined the Ten Rings organization, and the film won 20 of 87 award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Achievement in Visual Effects.

Dallas is currently filming for the upcoming movie “The Slumber Party”.

Other credits

Dallas was featured in the 2013 documentary “Tricking: The Freedom of Movement” and the 2021 TV special “LIVE Red Carpet World Premiere: Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”.

He was a guest on a 2021 episode of the talk show ‘Celebrity Page’.

Love life and relationships

Dallas is quite secretive when it comes to public speaking about his love life, and has not revealed the names of any girls or boys he has been with.

He has a lot of friends in his Instagram photos and videos, and there’s a girl who often appears in these photos, who Dallas fans think is his girlfriend. The girl’s name has not been revealed, and it is believed that she and Dallas have been friends since grade school, and have been in a relationship for over four years now; this has not been confirmed by Dallas.

There are also those who believe that the popular actor is gay, but this has not been confirmed either.

Dallas seems unattached has not been married as of March 2023 and has no children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

More than 150,000 people follow Dallas on Instagram today, but he has only posted five photos on the social media network, all of which show him going about his daily life.

Dallas still practices martial arts but no longer competes; he also goes to the gym almost every day hence his muscular body.

He loves to travel and has been to a number of US states and Asian countries while being of Indonesian and Chinese descent.

Dallas enjoys playing board games with his friends in his spare time, and some of his favorites include “King of Tokyo”, “Five Tribes”, and “The Settlers of Catan”.

His favorite singers are Sting, Elton John and Michael Jackson.

Some of Dallas’ favorite actors and actresses are Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh and Daniel Dae Kim, and some of his favorite movies are “Assassin Club”, “Monsoon” and “Crazy Rich Asians”.

Height, eyes and wealth

The age of Dallas is 21. He has black hair and brown eyes, is 1.75 m tall and weighs about 70 kg.

Dallas net worth Estimated at over $2 million, as of March 2023.