Roy Horan( Actor ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death

Roy Horan was an American actor and martial artist know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death

Roy Horan( Actor ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death
Roy Horan was an American actor
  Bio
Name Roy Horan
Birthdate ( Age) 1 January 1950 
Place of Birth United States
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Christina Horan (m. 1981)
Children Celina Jade, Jillian Horan
Parents Roy Horan Jr. and Eileen Mary
Education Not Known
Profession American actor
Net Worth $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Roy Horan Iwas an American actor and martial artist. Horan is perhaps best known as Lewis in 1981 martial arts film Game of Death II, and Priest/Russian in 1978 martial arts film Snake in the Eagle's Shadow.

Roy Horan with Family

Roy Horan with Family

Horan served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Roy is the Founder and CEO of Innovea Ltd.including creative and mindful approaches for enhancing performance and well-being.

Early Life and Family

Roy Horan was born on 1 January 1950 in Laurel, Maryland, the eldest of eight children born to Roy Horan Jr. and Eileen Mary (Buckley) Horan of Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

Roy Horan Wife

Horan married Christina Hui Din Fun Horan on December 20, 1981 and they had two daughters.Horan's daughter Celina Jade made her film debut in 2008's Legendary Assassin along with Tai Chi Boxer and Fatal Contact film star Wu Jing.

Roy Horan Net Worth

Roy Horan was an American actor, martial artist and Founder and CEO of Innovea Ltd has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Horan made his film debut in the 1976 movie Bruce Lee's Secret as Charlie. Horan went on to play Tolstoy in the 1977 film Snuff Bottle Connection, and the Russian priest in the 1978 film Snake in the Eagle's Shadow along with Jackie Chan and Hwang Jang Lee.

In 1980s, Horan appeared as Lewis in the 1981 film Game of Death II along with Tong Lung and Hwang Jang Lee. Horan also directed in the 1981 documentary Art of High Impact Kicking. Horan played American Consular in 1987 film No Retreat, No Surrender 2, along with Hwang Jang Lee, Loren Avedon, Matthias Hues, Max Thayer and Cynthia Rothrock, which he also wrote and produced.

In 1991, Horan retired from acting at the age of 41, after final film Shanghai 1920. Horan served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Roy is the Founder and CEO of Innovea Ltd., a company that trains/consults in higher-order thinking, including creative and mindful approaches for enhancing performance and well-being.

He also tackles social emotional learning for learning disabled children and trains others to develop an environmentally-friendly mindset. Roy formulated the Ocean Model which combines empirical studies of creativity and intelligence with Eastern philosophical concepts on the same.

He conducted electrophysiological studies on the neuropsychological relationship between creativity and meditation and investigated the problem of creativity assessment, for which he developed the Creative Momentum Model, a tool for assessing creative achievement. Roy also designed new psychometric instruments for measuring core competencies (Integral Psychological Profile), creative potential (Information Boundaries Recognition Test; Unusual Gratitude), stress/resilience profile (StressQuest).