Alfred Hsing


Alfred Hsing is an actor and martial artist that is the first American male to win a gold medal at the World Wushu Championships. After winning gold at the 2009 world wushu championships Alfred moved to China to work for Jet Li.

Alfred graduated from UCLA with a major in Economics and a minor in East Asian Languages and Culture and a specialization in Computing. After college Alfred worked at KPMG and City National Bank while juggling acting and martial arts training on the side. Though it was difficult, persistence paid off as he landed a number of projects including a lead role on Spike TV's Deadliest Warrior which had the largest male viewer demographic for its time slot.

While working for Jet Li, Alfred was involved in production, action choreography, talent management, entertainment contracts, and philanthropy. In 2010 Alfred appeared opposite Jet Li in "The Sorcerer and the White Snake".

After completing two major Chinese blockbusters with Jet Li ("The Sorcerer and the White Snake" and Tsui Hark's "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate") Alfred went on to get a degree in acting at the Beijing Film Academy. Since then he has worked as an actor, stuntman, action coordinator, and producer in China. Some notable projects he has worked on include Feng Xiaogang's "Back to 1942" with Adrien Brody and Tim Robbins, "My Lucky Star" starring Zhang Ziyi and Wang Leehom, and Dragon Blade with Jackie Chan, John Cusack, and Adrien Brody where Alfred was part of the Jackie Chan stunt team.

  • Work
    • Actor
  • Education
    • UCLA
    • Beijing Film Academy