|First Appearance||T'ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger|
|Latest Appearance||T'ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger|
|Portrayed by||William Hootkins|
|Series||T'ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger|
Lau Fu was a wise and brave tiger who was respected by most of the other clan masters.
Conflict with the Dragon ClanEdit
Lau Fu, the White Tiger master, was the leader of the Tiger Clan. At an unspecified point in time, he hid his son, T'ai Fu, away with the Panda Clan in order to keep him safe. He soon rallied the other clans against the Dragon Clan. However, this resulted in the destruction of his clan, the Mantis Clan, and the Dragon Clan, as well as his death.
Near the end of his son's journey, Lau appeared to T'ai at the former's burial shrine. Lau filled T'ai in on the rest of their clan's history and taught him the clan's Kung Fu style.
After the Dragon Master's defeat, Lau appeared once more. Lau told T'ai that he had become a true master and that with the Dragon Master's defeat, Lau's spirit was set free. He then bestowed a gift upon T'ai, his chi, before departing.