Henry Golding in a scene from Monsoon, the new movie from Cambodian-Chinese director Hong Khaou. The Malaysian-British actor has been in demand lately. Henry Golding in a scene from Monsoon, the new movie from Cambodian-Chinese director Hong Khaou. The Malaysian-British actor has been in demand lately.
Henry Golding in a scene from Monsoon, the new movie from Cambodian-Chinese director Hong Khaou. The Malaysian-British actor has been in demand lately.

Crazy Rich Asians’ Henry Golding on the Fast Times table-read, and returning to his Asian roots with Monsoon

  • Golding’s appearance with Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, and Julia Roberts in an online table-read for Fast Times at Ridgemont High was a career highlight
  • His latest film, Monsoon, tackles the difficulties of personal and cultural identity, something the Malaysian-British actor understands well

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Henry Golding in a scene from Monsoon, the new movie from Cambodian-Chinese director Hong Khaou. The Malaysian-British actor has been in demand lately. Henry Golding in a scene from Monsoon, the new movie from Cambodian-Chinese director Hong Khaou. The Malaysian-British actor has been in demand lately.
Henry Golding in a scene from Monsoon, the new movie from Cambodian-Chinese director Hong Khaou. The Malaysian-British actor has been in demand lately.
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