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Masi Oka is a Japanese American actor and digital effects artist. He is best known for his roles as Hiro Nakamura on NBC’s Heroes, and Dr. Max Bergman on CBS’s Hawaii Five-0. He graced the cover of the August 31, 1987 issue of Time magazine titled “Those Asian-American Whiz Kids” when he was 12. Born Masayori Oka on December 27, 1974 in Tokyo, Japan, his parents divorced when he was one month old, and he was raised by his mother, Setsuko Oka. He moved to Los Angeles, California, USA when he was 6. He attended elementary school at The Mirman School and graduated high school from Harvard-Westlake School. Following graduation from Harvard-Westlake School in 1992, he worked on the 1992 Summer Olympics as an English, Spanish, and Japanese translator. He graduated in 1997 from Brown University with a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and mathematics.
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|Height:||5′6″ (168 cm)|
|Weight:||150 pounds (68 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||Unknown|
"I wasn't the best UI programmer, but I know to use the interface and that stuff. It's definitely given me a leg up in terms of being able to talk to the people in the games industry."Masi Oka
"The key to digital effects is to do things that are visually accurate but done cheaply and approximated."Masi Oka
"Playing a superhero was an acting challenge for me. It was fun."Masi Oka
"I would say that there's definitely some advantages with me being able to talk shop with some of the effects people. Because I come from a post-production world, I can speak shorthand with them. I don't think many other actors can say that and know how the process 100% works."Masi Oka
"When you're making an adaptation, you have to make content for the fans; otherwise, you'll get something that won't even be accepted by the mainstream. You want to make something that the fans will approve and the mainstream will enjoy."Masi Oka