Date of Birth 30 November 1955, Guangdong, China Height 5' 9" (1.75 m) Being trained by master of Liu's Hung martial arts, Liu Cham, during his early childhood, Gordon was greatly impressed by Liu's skills and adopted the new name Liu Chia-hui. He is the adopted brother of the greatest Sb director, Liu Chia-liang. He is almost always playing a bald-headed monk of some sort. He started his movie career as a stuntman and got promoted to martial arts instructor afterwards. His debut project was Shaolin Martial Arts in which he played a supporting role. In the Challenge of the master, director Liu Chia-liang successfully moulded him to be a "Hero of Kung-fu" and he was in the main cast for the movie, too. The 36th Chamber of Shaolin marked the success of Liu and he followed this role and made several Kung-fu movies; amongst those, he always portrayed himself as the "Kung-fu Monk". He played two roles in the "Kill Bill" films, one as the bald-headed, bandit-masked yakuza bodyguard, Johnny Mo, and one as the cruel, white-haired, and powerful kung fu master, Pai Mei. Brother of actor Chia-Liang Liu.