Truth be told, John Cho and I went on our On A Date a few months ago. Glamour: Well, selfishly I now get to go on technically two dates with you, so this works in my favor. I've been following her for a long time, and she's a hero of mine. John: She wrote a nice letter, and I said "Absolutely." I'm real easy! I thought that seemed appropriate given my past acting credits. Glamour: She said there's a chance that your character might come back for additional episodes. I feel like it led to a feeling of instability that I've been chasing all my adult life. It's bittersweet because ending the job and beginning a new job, they're both tough. John: We met at UC Berkeley and dated later when we both came to L.
We talked about everything and anything, and as I was working late one Friday night putting the final touches on this piece, word came down from ABC that (the sitcom starring Cho and Karen Gillan) was canceled. Cho, who I caught up with last week as he was trudging through the snow at Sundance, echoed my sentiment: "I was surprised because I felt very strongly about its quality—not that that has a correlation to whether a show survives. In the grand scheme of things, I guess that's how the world works, but I'm sad about it. But let's talk about tonight's episode of . I compensate for that by being the new kid at school all the time in my professional life. But what's interesting about acting is you get to know each other and have an intense period of intimacy and then you say goodbye. And you actually used your degree to go teach English in a private school in West Hollywood, right?
Cho and Yelchin were both in the rebooted Star Trek trilogy of films, playing Hikaru Sulu and Pavel Chekov respectively. ‘Please send your love to Anton’s family right now.
They will both appear in the third film Star Trek Beyond which is set for release this summer. He was a true artist – curious, beautiful, courageous. They need it.’ Another Star Trek actor Zachary Quinto, who plays Spock, shared this message on Instagram.
2, who popularized the term "MILF" in the American Pie films; and as the character Hikaru Sulu in the Star Trek reboot film series.
Early in his career he also starred in the Asian-American films Better Luck Tomorrow, Shopping for Fangs, and Yellow.
Cho reprised the role in three sequels: American Pie 2, American Wedding, and in the latest installment American Reunion in which he has a much larger role.
The character initially had no name but he was given the name "John" in the third film, named after Cho himself.
John Cho has paid tribute to his ‘great pal’ actor Anton Yelchin who has died aged 27. all love and strength to his family at this impossible time of grief.I was still very shy around new people, but that's where the performing thing begin. Glamour: Earlier you talked about going to therapy, which I think is fantastic. God bless my guy friends, who are great, especially when they say, "Dude, you're gonna get through this. Let me buy you a drink," but there's only so much they can do for you. John: I do appreciate any person that buys me a drink or pats me on the back and offers words of encouragement, but it's not quite the same as someone... I've stolen more from him as an actor than anyone else on earth. The upside is that I got to work with an exceptional group of people. When I spoke to Mindy, she told me she was quite jealous we went on a date. There's something very interesting about that, and maybe other people couldn't handle that or would dislike it. John: You know, it's so funny, it was easier to get a job teaching than it was to get a job waiting tables. Glamour: Your wife, Kerri, was on an episode of for a few episodes a couple years back. John: She's mainly a stay-at-home mom, but she's such a good actor. I even had dinner with Karen Gillan a couple of nights ago, in fact." tonight—a role that Mindy Kaling wrote with John in mind. I think actors must on some level enjoy that kind of serial monogamy. John: I was learning to be the cut up or the clown. There's so many actors, and that's what they want to do because the hours are good for auditions. I know it's an old joke that women get their husbands to go to therapy, but men don't talk enough about it.
Glamour: Before you came to Los Angeles you lived in Seattle and Houston and a few other cities in California. John: That's a question for my therapist, really. John: My wife was confident in a way that I was very attracted to. It's beautiful when you see a person who's self-assured and knows who she is.