|Kong Hong: Lost in Love||2014||Actor||Investment Banker||20147|
|Shaolin Vs Evil Dead||2004||Actor||n/a||20047|
|Mr. 3 Minutes||2006||Actor||n/a||20067|
|Chandni Chowk to China||2009||Actor||Hojo||20097|
|Hot Summer Days||2010||Actor||n/a||20107|
|Kill Bill Vol. 2||2004||Actor||Pai Mei/Johnny Mo||20047|
|The Island Tales||1998||Actor||Bo||19987|
|True Legend||2011||Actor||Old Sage||20117|
|Flying Swords of Dragon Gate||2012||Actor||n/a||20127|
|A Chinese Tall Story||2005||Actor||n/a||20057|
|The Man With the Iron Fists||2012||Actor||Abbot||20127|
|Returned in "Kill Bill (Vol. 2)", as the legendary "white eyebrow" Kung Fu master Pei Mei, who trains The Bride in Shaolin-style Kung Fu|
|Starred in "The Challenge of the Masters" (1976), "Shaolin Challenges Ninja" (1978) and "Legendary Weapons of China" (1981), all which were directed by his brother Liu Chia-liang|
|Played duel roles in "Kill Bill (Vol. 1)", as the bald-headed, bandit-masked yakuza bodyguard, Johnny Mo, and the other as the cruel, white-haired, and powerful kung fu master, Pai Mei|
|Re-teamed with brother Liu Chia-liang, for the new period martial arts film "Drunken Monkey"|
|First major role was in Chang Cheh's "Shaolin Martial Arts"|
|Directed several films, including the highly regarded "Shaolin and Wutang" (1984), a revisionist look at one of bitterest rivalries in all of martial arts|
|Continued to work regularly in Hong Kong cinema, in films such as Peacock King (1988), Tiger on the Beat (1988), Last Hero in China (1993), Drunken Master III (1994), and Generation Pendragon (1999)|
|Proved his comedic ability in Liu Chia-liang's landmark Kung Fu comedies "Dirty Ho" (1979) and "Return to the 36th Chamber" (1980)|
|Joined the movie industry to work with his brothers Liu Chia-yung, Liu Chia-jung, and Liu Chia-liang as a martial artist and stuntman|
|Gordon was adopted as an infant into the fabled Liu Family of martial arts specialists|
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