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JOHN CHO (Sulu) continues to prove himself as one of today's most gifted actors, delivering compelling performances in both comedy and drama. Cho first caught the public's attention in the 1999 breakthrough hit comedy "American Pie,” in which he popularized the slang term "MILF.” In 2004, Cho starred as Harold Lee opposite Kal Penn in the cult comedy "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle” for New Line Cinema. In April 2008, Cho reprised his role for the highly anticipated follow-up "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay,” a film hailed by Daily Variety as "'Animal House' meets ‘Dr. Strangelove' ... one of the ballsiest comedies to come out of Hollywood in a long time.”

Cho has appeared in numerous films, including the Weitz brothers' "American Dreamz” starring alongside Willem Dafoe and Hugh Grant, Margaret Cho's feature comedy "Bam Bam and Celeste,” "Better Luck Tomorrow,” the "American Pie” series, "Pavilion of Women,” Steven Soderbergh's "Solaris” and 2000's Best Picture Oscar® winner "American Beauty.” In addition to numerous guest roles on television, he was a series regular on the Weitz brothers' "Off Centre” for the WB and had a recurring role on last season's "Kitchen Confidential” for FOX.

Born in Seoul, Korea, and raised in Los Angeles, California, Cho began acting while studying English literature at the University of California, Berkeley. He toured across the country with his first show, an adaptation of the renowned memoir by Maxine Hong Kingston, "The Woman Warrior.” Other stage roles include Laertes in Singapore Repertory Theater's production of "Hamlet” and a variety of shows for East West Players. Cho is also the lead singer for the band Left of Zed.


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