The characters’ absence will be referenced in the season Park and Kim had been seeking pay equality with stars Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan, but were unable to reach satisfactory deals with CBS Television Studios, which produces the series.
Kim and Park were believed to be making 10-15% less than O’Loughlin and Caan.“I will never forget meeting Daniel while still writing the pilot and being certain there was no other actor who I’d want to play Chin Ho Kelly,” said executive producer Peter Lenkov.
The “Hawaii Five-0” changes represent the latest in a series of cast overhauls at returning broadcast dramas.
Grace then earned a degree in psychology from University of British Columbia. Black Dark Brown Straight Dimpled smile 34-26-35 in or 86-66-89 cm 6 (US) or 36 (EU) 32B 9 (US) Grace has appeared in numerous commercials.
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Stars Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park have departed CBS’ “Hawaii Five-0.” Their characters, Chin Ho Kelly and Kono Kalakaua, will not appear in the upcoming eighth season.
It’s ironic then that Grace Park—who will forever be remembered as Sharon/Athena/Boomer/Eight or, to the casual observer, “The Asian Cylon”—has never really had one.
When she booked her first series gig 10 years ago, she was merely happy to be working.
She starred opposite John Cho in Michael Kang’s 2007 indie thriller, West 32nd.
She appeared on The Border, a popular CBC action drama, now three seasons in, about an elite Canadian Immigration and Customs Security Unit.