The majority of Wong’s acting resume is related to “The Mighty Ducks.” In addition to “D2” and “D3,” he also made an appearance in “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.” He had a few other credits to his name as well: Danny in an episode of “Millennium” and as a few different roles in “The Odyssey.”
He got extra schooling at the Centre for Digital Imaging and Sound and at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, where he finished his degree in Sound Technology. Since 2009, he has worked as a live sound engineer. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Garette Ratliff Henson Today
While Henson is most well known for his Mighty Ducks affiliation, he also appeared in several other films including "Casper' alongside Christina Ricci.
Henson is most certainly a film-lover as he went on to study film, and receive an MFA in the subject from Columbia University. These days he spends his time as a devoted husband and father! Henson has recently stepped back into Germaine's skates to reprise his role in the Mighty Ducks reboot.
Justin Wong as Ken Wu
It seems a bit unfair to have a former Olympian on your team, but Ken Wu was a figure skater, not a hockey player. Like Tammy Duncan in the first film, he dazzles opposing teams with his acrobatic skills and is able to set up shots.
He uses his small size to maneuver around defenses and trick goalies into giving him an opening. His small size also makes him more vulnerable to defenders. Played by Justin Wong, he makes his first appearance in “D2.” In “D3,” he is picked on by the varsity team and tries to learn how to talk smack from Russ Tyler.
Jeffrey Nordling as Ted Orion
A to-the-point coach unlike Bombay, the JV team at Eden Hall, had problems adjusting to Ted Orion. Orion originally played in the National Hockey League for the Minnesota North Stars but chose to leave professional hockey to take care of her daughter, who had been rendered paraplegic in a car accident.
It takes some time for the team to warm up to their new coach, but after he defends them against the school, they all start to follow his coaching and teaching a little better. He at first seems like a jerk, but how well he treats his daughter proves that he has a heart, too.
Jeffrey Nordling Today
Nordling was an established actor before joining this movie series. His first role was as Tim Rourke in “Working Girl,” and before he appeared as Coach Orion, he was in “Ruby,” “Holy Matrimony,” “Quiz Show,” and more. After “D3,” he was in ten movies, with the most well-known likely being “Tron: Legacy.”
He's also been in a boatload of TV movies and television shows – he's one of those actors that has been in one episode of almost every show since he started acting, from “Criminal Minds” and “Nashville” to “Arrow” and “Shark.” He also had a role in “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare,” which came out in 2016.