Vic Chao


    Vic Chao grew up short, smart, and scrawny. A childhood of getting bullied developed in him a deep sense of empathy and a desire to prove himself. Vic is still grateful to Stan Lee and Spider-Man for showing him that a brainy nerd could be something special. Vic became a gymnast and martial artist and graduated from Stanford University in Mechanical Engineering . After developing medical devices, Vic quit to become an actor and has since appeared in numerous films, television shows, and plays. He has used his athletic talents as a Stanford University cheerleader, the Chicago Bulls Mascot, an American Gladiators contender, and an LA Clippers crowd-entertainer/slam-dunker. Vic cites The Jeffersons as an important factor that shaped his perception of race, and to this day, it influences his work as an actor and Asian American role model. Vic's hero is his mother who raised three children on her own when her husband passed away when Vic was four.


    Movie NameRelease Date
    Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus movie Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus English Horror Film (2009) May 26, 2009