Phillip Ahn, M.D.
|Phillip Ahn, M.D.|
|Born||Ahn, Soonkyu 안순규|
Seoul, South Korea
|🏳️ Citizenship||United States|
Family Physician, Taekwondo Martial Artist, Vide-game Actor, Author, Trainer, Life Coach
|📆 Years active||1993-present|
|Notable work||Mortal Kombat II|
Phillip Ahn (born May 15, 1965) is an accomplished family physician and lifelong martial artist who transformed from a shy and insecure Korean-American boy to a confident, yet reserved and appreciated leader. Throughout his life, Phillip has overcome obstacles to pursue his dreams and encounter unique experiences like becoming Shang Tsung in Mortal Kombat 2. He wrote "Mortal Doctor" so that his fans, friends and family can better understand him and become inspired to make the most out of every God-given talent and opportunity.
Life and career
Ahn was born in Seoul, South Korea. In 1993, he played the main villain, Shang Tsung in the Mortal Kombat II game. In 1995, he and fellow MK actors Daniel Pesina, Katalin Zamiar, and Ho-Sung Pak all appeared in a fighting game produced exclusively for the Atari Jaguar game console titled Thea Realm Fighters, but it was never released after Atari ceased production on the failed system later that year.
|1993||Mortal Kombat II||Shang Tsung||Video game|
|1995||Thea Realm Fighters||Ninja/ fight consultant||(game / unreleased)|
- Ahn, Phillip. Mortal Doctor. 2019.
- Ahn, M.D., Phillip, Mortal Doctor, September 14, 2019
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