Khigh Dhiegh

Khigh Alx Dhiegh (/ˌkaɪˈdiː/ KY-DEE or /ˌkaɪˈdeɪ/ KY-DAY; born Kenneth Dickerson, August 25, 1910, Spring Lake, New Jersey, died October 25, 1991 in Mesa, Arizona) was an American television and motion picture actor of mixed North African ancestry, noted for portraying Asian roles. He is perhaps best remembered for portraying villains, in particular his recurring TV guest role as Chinese agent Wo Fat on Hawaii Five-O (from the pilot in 1968 to the final episode in 1980), and brainwasher Dr. Yen Lo in 1962's The Manchurian Candidate. He also starred in the short-lived 1975 TV series Khan! as the title character. In 1988 he was featured as Four Finger Wu in James Clavell's Noble House television mini-series. He also guest starred in the Jake And The Fatman episode "Wish You Were Here."