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Biography #2 (for Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle)

John Cho will next be seen in See This Movie, executive produced by Chris and Paul Weitz.

On the big screen, Cho starred in the critically acclaimed Better Luck Tomorrow and is known for his stand out cameos as a MILF Guy in the hit American Pie comedy trilogy (American Pie, American Pie 2 and American Wedding). He has also appeared in Solaris, Pay or Play, Pavilion of Women, Down to Earth, American Beauty and Big Fat Liar.

Cho's television credits include starring in the Weitz Brothers Off Centre, the telefilm The Tiger Woods Story and guest-starring roles on The WB's Felicity, Charmed and The Magnificent Seven.

Born in Seoul, Korea, and raised in Los Angeles, Cho began acting while studying English literature at the University of California Berkeley. His first professional performance was The Woman Warrior, produced first by the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, then the Huntington Theatre in Boston, and finally the James Doolittle Theatre in Los Angeles. Other stage roles include 'Laertes' in Singapore Repertory Theatre's production of Hamlet, and a variety of shows for the East West Players.

Cho currently resides in Los Angeles.

Bio courtesy New Line Cinema for "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle" (25-Aug-2004)


Biography #3 (for Better Luck Tomorrow)

John Cho began acting while studying English literature at the University of California at Berkeley. His first professional show was The Woman Warrior,produced first by the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, then the HuntingtonTheatres in Boston, MA and finally the James Doolittle Theatre in Los Angeles.

John's film credits include: American Pie 2, Down to Earth, Evolution, Pavilion of Women, American Pie, American Beauty, Delivering Milo, The Tiger Woods Story, The Flinstones: Viva Rock Vegas, Wag the Dog, Bowfinger, Yellow, and Shopping for Fangs. Television credits include: Charmed, Felicity, The Magnificent Seven, Traffic, Boston Common, The Jeff Foxworthy Show, USA High, and V.I.P. John can be seen as one of the leads on the WB TV series, Off Center.

for "Better Luck Tomorrow" updated 01-Jan-2000