Hawaii Five-0 cast

Alex O'Loughlin

Alex O'Loughlin

as Steve McGarrett

Audiences fell in love with Alex O'Loughlin and his starring role as Mick St. John in the vampire drama, "Moonlight," on CBS. He went on to star in the CBS medical drama "Three Rivers," and was most recently seen on the big screen in CBS Films' "The Back-Up Plan," starring opposite Jennifer Lopez.

O'Loughlin's other film credits include Joel Silver's "White Out" with Kate Beckinsale, "August Rush," "The Invisible," "The Holiday" and "Oyster Farmer." On television, his other credits include "The Shield" and the Australian miniseries "Mary Bryant."

Born in Canberra, Australia, O'Loughlin studied acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney. Currently, he resides in Los Angeles and enjoys riding motorcycles, rock climbing, music and playing his guitar. He is actively involved in the charity Donate Life, whose mission is to educate the public on the importance of organ donation.

His birth date is Aug. 24.


Scott Caan

Scott Caan

as Danny 'Danno' Williams

Actor, writer and director Scott Caan has starred in numerous feature films and has written, directed and starred in several plays.

Caan's feature film credits include the "Ocean's 11" franchise, "American Outlaws," "Into the Blue," "Friends with Money," "Boiler Room," "Ready to Rumble," "Gone in 60 Seconds," "Enemy of the State" and "Varsity Blues." He's also starred in several independent films, including "Bongwater," "Lunchtime Special," "Nowhere," and the dark comedy, "Novocaine," opposite Steve Martin and Helena Bonham Carter.

Caan made his directorial debut with the film "Dallas 362," in which he also starred. After premiering at the Toronto Film Festival, it received the Critics' Choice Award at CineVegas International Film Festival, and enjoyed a critically acclaimed limited release in 2005. He went on to write, direct and star in the film, "The Dog Problem," which also received rave reviews at the Toronto Film Festival. Most recently, Caan was in "Mercy," which he also penned and co-produced.

In 2001, Caan wrote, starred and co-directed the play, "Almost Love," at LA's Playhouse West. He has also written three feature scripts, the first of which, "Chasing the Party," is set up at Jerry Bruckheimer Productions with Caan attached to star. He is also in the process of setting up two additional screenplays — the boxing drama, "The Fight," and the ensemble drama, "Lowest Common Denominator."

His birth date is Aug. 23.


Daniel Dae Kim

Daniel Dae Kim

as Chin Ho Kelly

Through the diversity of his roles on stage and screen, Daniel Dae Kim continues to expand our perceptions of the Asian American man. In characters ranging from the King of Siam, a Shakespearean hero, a social worker for the Chicago needy, to a counter terrorist agent, his work has consistently proven to transcend the historical barriers of race and stereotype.

For his role on Lost, Daniel shared a 2006 Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble. The Korean American actor's universal appeal was also recognized by People magazine, which named him one of the Sexiest Men Alive in 2005, as well as TV Guide, which recognized him as one of TV's Sexiest Men in 2006. In that same year, he was individually honored with an AZN Asian Excellence Award, a Multicultural Prism Award and a Vanguard Award from the Korean American Coalition, all for Outstanding Performance by an Actor. In 2009 his recognition continued with the prestigious KoreAm Journal Achievement Award in the field of Arts and Entertainment.

Born in Busan, South Korea and raised in New York and Pennsylvania, Daniel discovered acting while a student at Haverford College. Though briefly considering a career as an attorney, he decided to follow his true passion and moved to New York City, where he began his work on stage. There he performed in classics such as Romeo and Juliet, Chekhov's Ivanov and Ibsen's A Doll's House, as well as working with an improv comedy troupe. Despite his early success, however, he decided to deepen his dedication to the craft by studying at the Graduate Acting program at New York University, where he earned a Master's Degree in Fine Arts.

Upon graduation, Daniel's film career began in earnest with roles in The Jackal, For Love of the Game, The Hulk, Spider Man 2 and The Cave, as well as the Academy Award winner for Best Picture, Crash. Most recently he completed production on The Adjustment Bureau, starring Matt Damon and directed by George Nolfi.

On television, he's guest starred on numerous shows, including CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, ER and, for two seasons, 24, as CTU Agent Tom Baker. In 2008 he also starred in the Emmy nominated miniseries adaptation of Michael Crichton's The Andromeda Strain. Kim has also complemented his television work by lending his voice talents to video games, creating characters in Saints Row1 and 2, Scarface: The World Is Yours, Tenchu and 24, as well as the animated TV series Justice League Unlimited and Avatar.

This past summer Daniel rekindled his love for the stage by performing the role of the King of Siam in the iconic production The King and I, directed by Jeremy Sams at London's world-renowned Royal Albert Hall.

Grace Park

Grace Park

as Kono Kalakaua

Grace Park is best known to audiences for her starring role on the critically acclaimed series Battlestar Galactica, in which she played not one but two leading roles. Her performance in the season one cliffhanger garnered her a place in TV Guide's 100 Most Memorable Moments in TV History. The series received a Peabody Award in 2006 and has been named one of television's best shows by Rolling Stone, TV Guide, The New York Times Magazine, Entertainment Weekly and Newsday.

Born in Los Angeles and raised in Canada, Park received a degree in psychology from the University of British Columbia before turning her attention to film and television where she was almost immediately cast in the Jet Li film, Romeo Must Die. More recently, she starred in the independent feature West 32nd.

Park's other television credits include memorable appearances in Stargate SG-1, THE DEAD ZONE, The Outer Limits and Edgemont. She also starred in the Canadian television series, The Border. Most recently, she starred opposite Benjamin Bratt in the acclaimed cable series THE CLEANER.

In addition to her extensive television work, Park appeared in the stage production of The Boys Next Door.

Park has been chosen as one of FHM Magazine's 100 Sexiest Women in the World and one of Maxim's Hot 100.

Currently, Park resides in Vancouver, B.C. 

Masi Oka

Masi Oka

as Dr. Max Bergman

Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominee Masi Oka burst onto the scene starring in the drama series Heroes . His additional television credits include Without a Trace,Yes, Dear, Still Standing, Scrubs, Luis, Joey, Reba, The Loop, All of Us, Will & Grace and Gilmore Girls.

Currently, Oka is appearing in Friends with Benefits, and is in production on his first behind-the-camera role on a feature film he conceptualized, Defenders. Oka starred in the feature film remake of a television classic Get Smart. His additional feature film credits include roles in Along Came Polly and Austin Powers in Goldmember. 

With a background in improvisation, Oka has appeared at The Groundlings, ImprovOlympics, Second City and TheatreSports. His improvisational expertise has been showcased with guest appearances as various characters on Punk'd, Reno 911 and The Jamie Kennedy Experiment.

After graduating Brown University with degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science and a minor in Theater Arts, Oka pursued an acting career while taking his first job at George Lucas’ Academy Award-winning special effects house, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM). Today, in addition to Oka’s successful career as an actor, he continues to provide ILM with technology for groundbreaking effects for more than 30 films. 

Oka was born in Tokyo, Japan, and moved to Los Angeles at age 6, where he currently resides. He is fluent in Japanese and proficient in Spanish. His hobbies include Kendo/Japanese sword fighting, fencing, playing table tennis, watching romantic comedies, playing the piano and singing. He is also a National Master in the game of chess. Additionally, Oka sits on the Celebrity Cabinet of the American Red Cross. His birth date is Dec. 27. 

Follow Masi on Twitter @masioka
Jorge Garcia

Jorge Garcia

as Jerry Ortega

Jorge Garcia is well known to television audiences for his role as Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes on the Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning series Lost. He earned two Alma Awards for his work on the show.

Since leaving the island, Garcia has guest starred in the television series How I Met Your Mother, Fringe and Once Upon a Time. Also, he was a series regular on the J.J. Abrams series Alcatraz. Garcia will next be seen in the feature films Cooties, When We Were Pirates and The Wedding Ringer. Garcia’s additional film credits include Deck the Halls, The Good Humor Man, Little Athens and Sweetzer.

Garcia first realized that acting might be his forte when he played a villain in his school’s seventh grade musical production. After graduating from UCLA, he joined the Beverly Hills Playhouse and has been working steadily ever since. His television credits include being a series regular on Becker, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Spin City and the television movie Columbo: Columbo Likes the Nightlife. On stage, he has appeared in productions of "The Midnight Zone," "Something Borrowed, Something Blue," "Romancing Valentino," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Hurlyburly" and "Guys and Dolls."

A native of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., Garcia currently resides in Los Angeles. His birth date is April 28. Follow him on Twitter at @jorgegarcia.
Chi McBride

Chi McBride

as Lou Grover

Chi McBride started his television career as the wisecracking philosophical janitor on the The John Larroquette Show, and is well known for his role as the principal in Boston Public. McBride has had series regular roles in numerous television shows, including Golden Boy, Pushing Daisies, The Nine, Human Target, Killer Instinct, and a recurring role on House MD.

McBride's additional television credits include How I Met Your Mother, Hawthorne, Suits, Tang and Cosmic Slop Trilogy. McBride starred as Bundini Brown in the television movie Muhammad Ali: King of the World. Currently, his voice can be heard as the character Nick Fury in the Marvel animated series Ultimate Spider Man.

McBride's feature film credits include Draft Day, opposite Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner; Jerry Bruckheimer’s Gone in 60 Seconds; Disney’s The Kid, opposite Bruce Willis; Annapolis; Steven Spielberg’s The Terminal, opposite Tom Hanks; the action thriller I, Robot, opposite Will Smith; The Distinguished Gentleman, opposite Eddie Murphy; the Oscar-nominated film What’s Love Got To Do With It; The Great White Hype; Hoodlum; Mercury Rising; The Frighteners; Waiting; Let’s Go to Prison; Undercover Brother and Pawn Shop Chronicles.

McBride was born and raised in Chicago and currently resides in Los Angeles. His birth date is Sept. 23.
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