Famed actor John Cho will discuss his journey inside and outside of Hollywood. From participating in Asian American theater to major blockbuster films, Cho has established an enviable career.
A Korean American actor and New York Times bestselling author, Cho started onstage at the Asian American theater company, East West Players. He first came into the national spotlight with the hit comedy American Pie and then starred as Harold Lee in the Harold & Kumar comedy series, as Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu in the motion picture reboots of Star Trek, and in Don't Make Me Go. On television, Cho has starred in the Apple TV+ series The Afterparty and Netflix's Cowboy Bebop.
The conversation will be moderated by Pawan Dhingra, associate provost and professor of U.S. immigration studies in American studies.
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The event is sponsored by the Provost and Dean of the Faculty’s Office, with funding from the Croxton Lecture Fund and a generous gift from Anthony Chan ’72.