Daniel Dae Kim is a American actor, voice actor, producer and director. He was born on 4th August 1968 in Busan in South Korea. He is known for his roles in the television series Lost and Hawaii Five-0. When Daniel was two years old, he moved with his parents to the United States of America. He grew up in Bethlehem in Pennsylvania. He studied at the Freedom High School in Bethlehem.

He did a major in theatre at the Bryn Mawr College in Philadelphia. He earned an MFA degree in the Graduate Acting Program at the New York University. He also attended the Haverford College in Philadelphia. He is married to Mia Kim with whom he has two children. They live in Honolulu in Hawaii. After graduation, Daniel played the role of Gao in the 1991 movie American Shaolin directed by Lucas Lowe.

Daniel came to the spotlight for his role as Corporal Chang in the television series Star Trek Click to look into! >> Read More... : Enterprise from 2003 to 2004. Before this, he played the role of Astronaut Gotana-Retz in the episode Blink Of An Eye in Star Trek: Voyager in 2000. Daniel appeared several times as Gavin Park in the vampire series Angel from 2001 to 2003.

Daniel is most popular for his role as Jin-Soo Kwon in the serial Lost from 2004 to 2010. He won the Golden Derby Television Award – Ensemble of the Year in 2008 and Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series award at the Screen Actors Guild Award in 2006 for Lost. Daniel gave the voice over for General Fong in the cartoon series Avatar: The Last Airbender Click to look into! >> Read More... on Nickelodeon in 2006 and also for the video game Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Burning Earth in 2007.

He is most well-known for voicing Great Counselor Otome in the English dub of the Anime movie The Tale Of Princess Kaguya in 2013 and Hiroshi Sato in the cartoon series The Legend Of Korra in 2012 and 2014. He also dubbed characters for video games like Saint Rows and Scarface: The World Is Yours, and for cartoons like the Justice League.

He won the BTVA Television Voice Acting Award and the BTVA People’s Choice Voice Acting Award for the Best Voice Cast in a New TV Serial in the cartoon series The Legend Of Korra in 2013. He was nominated for the BVTA Anime Dub Movies Award under the Best Vocal Ensemble in an Anime Feature Film category for The Tale Of Princess Kaguya. Daniel won the Influential Asian American Artist Award in 2010.

Henry Lan Cusick

Henry Lan Cusick is a Scottish Peruvian actor. He was born on 17th April 1967 in Trujillo, Peru. He is famous for his characters in the TV serials Lost, Scandal and The 100. Henry is the son of Peruvian Esperanza Chàvez and Scottish Henry Joseph Ian. His family moved from Peru to Madrid to Glasgow then Trinidad and Tobago where they resided for ten years where Henry went to the Presentation College. When he was 14, his family shifted to Paisley, Scotland. Henry studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama but had to dropout the next year. He joined the Citizen’s Theatre as an understudy where he played the role of a polar bear in Christmas Panto. He also acted in many productions in Glasgow’s Strathclyde Theatre Group. In 2006, Henry married Annie Cusick Wood with whom he has three sons name Elias, Lucas and Esau with whom he lives in Kailua, Hawaii. Henry’s first lead roles as a classical theatre actor include Horner for The Country Wife, Dorian Gray for The Picture Of Dorian Gray and Hamlet for The Marovitz Hamlet. He won a commendation for Outstanding Performance by a Young Actor in Theatre at the Ian Charleson Awards. In 2003, Henry made his feature film debut as Jesus Christ in The Visual Bible: The Gospel Of John. In 2002, he made an uncredited appearance as Tony Byng in Possession. He also acted in television movies like Richard II and The Dinosaur Hunters, and in TV serials like Taggart, Casualty and Two Thousand Acres Of Sky. Henry entered the limelight for his role as Desmond Hume in the series Lost from 2005 to 2010. For playing the role, he won two Golden Derby TV Awards for the Ensemble of the Year in 2008 and Best Supporting Actor in 2006, and the Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series award at OFTA Television Award in 2006. Henry’s latest release was 2017 flick Rememory where he played the role of Lawton. The production of his next film Chimera, where he stars as Quint, is complete. His movie Horse, where he stars as Jesse, is in the pre-production stage. He will also act as Travis in the upcoming flick When We Were Pirates. In 2013, Henry co-wrote, directed and acted in the short film Dress for which he won the Audience Award for the Best Short Film at the Hawaii International Film Festival 2013. He starred in the 2016 short flick Visible for which he won the North Film Festival Award for Best Actor in a Short Film.

Henry Lan Cusick English Actor