Ping Wu (born 16 May 1956) is a Chinese American television and movie actor. He is best known for a recurring television role on the Seinfeld television series as Ping the delivery boy. In the 2001 film Pearl Harbor, he played a Japanese officer. He also has been featured in a recent American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) commercial, where he "clones" himself to demonstrate, "If one person could do it alone, the world wouldn't need AARP."
Wu graduated at the age of 19 with bachelor's degrees in both physics and electrical engineering from Washington University. Before becoming an actor in the 1980s, he was an electrical engineer with National Semiconductor, in Santa Clara, CA. He played Paul Choy in the 1988 TV mini-series "Noble House".
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