Mike Moh's first passion was martial arts. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, he grew up outside St. Paul, Minnesota. Following an interest fueled by action movies and video games, the 12 year-old Moh took quickly to taekwondo and became a black belt after only two years of study. When Moh was a business student at the University of Minnesota, he continued to train and teach as well as travel to demonstrate taekwondo. His skills caught the attention of a casting director recruiting martial artists for Jackie Chan, and he was soon in Hong Kong to work with the Jackie Chan Stunt Team on the film "Robin-B-Hood" (2006). His next major work was as one of the Riders in "Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight" (The CW, 2008-09). Moh focused on stunt work when he was stunt double for the lead actor on "Supah Ninjas" (Nickelodeon, 2011-13). He had his most exposure, and got to live out a childhood dream, when he played Ryu on the web series "Street Fighter: Assassins Fist" (Machinima, 2014). In his first substantial role without a martial arts component, Moh landed a recurring role on "Empire" (Fox, 2015-), and in 2017 he was cast as Triton, one of the lead characters on the Marvel series "Inhumans" (ABC, 2017-).