Ahn Sung-Ki @ 2102 PiFan
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Born in 1952 in Daegu, South Korea, he debuted in 1957 as a child actor. He is one of Korea's most respected international actors, with a history of numerous best actor awards from domestic and Asia-Pacific film festivals. In 1996, he was awarded the "Sports Nipon Art Grand Prize" with "Sleeping Man" directed by Okuri Kohei, a renowned Japanese director. His long list of films also includes "Deep Blue Night"(1984), "White Badge"(1992), "Two Cops"(1993), "Festival"(1996), etc.
An extremely prolific actor, according to a recent article in the JoongAng Daily, the 2015 movie "Revivre" marks Ahn Sung-Ki's 128th film appearance.
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