At 52 years old, Kenneth Choi has this physical status:
Choi began his acting career in Portland, Oregon. His first role was in the Disney Channel television movie, Halloweentown, with Debbie Reynolds. Choi moved to Los Angeles in late 1999 to further pursue a career as an actor. Choi has appeared in over 25 films, most notably The Wolf of Wall Street (as Chester Ming), Captain America: The First Avenger (as Jim Morita), Red Dawn (as Smith) and Suicide Squad. In the 2017 film Spider-Man: Homecoming, he plays a grandson of his Captain America character.
Choi has appeared in over 40 television shows. Most notably, he played Henry Lin in Sons of Anarchy, Captain Ed Rollins on the NBC TV series Ironside, and Sam Luttrell for the NBC TV series Allegiance.
Choi played Judge Lance Ito in the Emmy Award-winning FX series, The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story. He also appeared in various TV series, including Longmire, The Newsroom, The Last Man on Earth, Glee, Heroes, 24, Lincoln Heights, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, House M.D. and The King of Queens.
Choi has provided his voice as Jim Morita for the video game Captain America: Super Soldier. He has also voiced the role of a gangster in the 2004 video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
In October 2017, Choi was cast as Howie "Chimney" Han on FOX TV's hit show, 9-1-1. In 2018, Choi played Bob Dwyer on Starz's new series, Counterpart. Also that year, he appeared in the feature films Gringo, alongside Joel Edgerton and Charlize Theron, and Hotel Artemis with Jodie Foster.