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Garret T. Sato

Garret T. Sato
Born Oahu, Hawaii

Garret T. Sato is an American actor who was born and raised in Oahu, Hawaii. He attended Aiea High School and Leeward Community College where he took up acting. He is Yonsei (四世) (fourth generation Japanese American). He currently resides in Los Angeles & Oahu, Hawaii.

Acting roles

Film credits

Sato has well over 60 credits, including such films as The Shadow, Pearl Harbor, Street Kings and The Mask. In 2005, he played a role in Lane Nishikawa's film Only the Brave, about the Japanese American segregated fighting unit, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team of World War II. Recently, he had a short film Mojave 43 premiered at the AFI. Sato appeared in the 2013 films The Wolverine, ODE IN BLOOD , The SEER and The Last Tour. In 2014, he's in Pre Production on "House Rules" and recently wrapped on "Eternal Salvation" .

Television credits

He has also appeared in numerous television shows such as: Alias, ER, 24 and NCIS: Los Angeles. He's currently been recurring on Hawaii Five-0 as Detective Ahuna. He has been quoted as saying, "As an actor I take great pride in the art of acting for it is part of WHO I AM."

References

External links

  • Garret Sato at the Internet Movie Database
  • Official Fan Page on Facebook
  • Official Site for Wasteland the Movie
  • Official Site for Blood Colony

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