John Cho Height, Bio, Age, Wiki, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Facts




John Cho is an American actor and singer born in South Korea who gained his first fame with his role as Harold Lee in the Harold & Kumar film franchise. He is best known for his renditions of John (MILF Guy # 2) in the American Pie and Hikaru Sulu film series in the Star Trek Reboot movie series. On television, he has appeared in television series such as Off Center, FlashForward, Sleepy Hollow and The Exorcist.

Birth name

Cho Yo Han




Nickname

John Cho

Profession

Actor, singer

Nationality

South Korean and American

Private life

Anniversary / Date of birth

John Cho was born on June 16, 1972 in Seoul, South Korea.

Age

He is currently 46 years old.

Residence

Los Angeles, California, United States

Sign of the sun

Gemini

Ethnicity

Asian

He has a Korean ancestry.

Religion

Christianity

Education

John Cho studied at Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale, California, where he graduated in 1990.

In 1996, he earned a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of California at Berkeley.

Family details

  • Father – Unknown
  • Mother – Unknown
  • Brothers and sisters – Unknown

Civil status

Married

Husband

John Cho married actress Kerri Higuchi in 2006 in Northern California. The couple has a son, Kage Cho, born in 2008 and a daughter, born in 2013.

Jon Cho and his wife Kerri Higuchi
Jon Cho and his wife Kerri Higuchi

Physical statistics

size

  • In feet – 5 feet 10 inches
  • In centimeters – 178 cm
  • In meters -1.78 m

Weight

  • In kilograms – 70 kg
  • In pounds – 154 lbs

bodybuilding

Athletic

Eye colour

Dark brown

Hair color

Black

Shoe size

Unknown

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Sexuality

Straight ahead

Professional statistics

Movie start

John Cho began his acting career by appearing in small roles until he got his break with the movie Harold & Go Kumar Go to White Castle in 2004. His first role was in the film. Actor was helping # 3 in the 1997 black comedy film Wag the Dog.

TV debut

In 1997, Cho obtained his first acting position in the television series The Jeff Foxworthy Show, in which he played the role of Pizza Delivery Man. The same year, he played Larry in an episode of the Boston Common drama series.

Famous for

John Cho is immensely popular for popularizing the term "MILF" slang in the American Pie film series.

He has received critical acclaim for his lead roles as Harold Lee in the Harold & Kumar film series, Hikaru Sulu in the Star Trek movie series, Steve Choe in Better Luck Tomorrow, Joey in yellow, Bob McClane in Total Recall and Peter Oath.

He has appeared on television (Off Center (2001-02), House M.D. (2005) and American Dad!). (2006-13), FlashForward (2009-10), Go On (2012-13), Sleepy Hollow (2013-14), Selfie (2014) and The Exorcist (2017).

John Cho Favorites

  • Favorite Emission – Mad Men

John Cho Net worth

Over the years, John has accumulated a net worth of $ 20 million, according to media reports. He lives with his family in Los Angeles, California.

Social media profiles

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John Cho Facts

His family moved to the United States when he was young and raised in Los Angeles, California.

His father was a Christian minister.

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He is the lead singer of Viva La Union (formerly Left of Zed), a group based in Los Angeles.

After graduating from college, he briefly taught English at Pacific Hills School in West Hollywood, California.

He has also worked with American theater company East West Players.

In 2005, he won several MTV Movie Awards for Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, in the category "Best On Screen Team" and "Best Music Performance".

John was featured in Nas' music video titled "Be a Nigger Too".

In 2013, he was a member of the University of California at Berkeley Wall of Fame.

John Cho was named one of the sexiest men by People magazine in 2006 and again in 2009.

In 2018, Cho was chosen to play David Kim in the thriller Searching, in which he played a man scrutinizing social media for clues about his daughter's disappearance. He is the first American-American to star in a traditional Hollywood thriller

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