Martin Fong (died 2014) was a film producer, director, cinematographer, stylist, actor, celebrity photographer, and was notable as one of the first major American tap dancers of Chinese descent to dance on the Las Vegas strip.
Fong was raised by cinematographer James Wong Howe, A.S.C., who worked on over 130 movies, won 2 Academy Awards and received 16 Academy Awards Nominations. Howe was also Fong’s godfather and mentor. Fong used to display Howe’s original camera equipment from the film Gone With the Wind in the foyer of his Hollywood, California mansion, along with Howe’s projectors and editing equipment like Moviola devices, also photographs of the sets and Howe working on Gone With the Wind, Chinese language newspaper stories and photographs of himself with his godfather. Fong collected Howe memorabilia with the intention to later create a James Wong Howe museum.