John Cho

actor, author of “Troublemaker”

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“Troublemaker,” a new kids’ novel by actor John Cho, follows a 12-year-old Korean immigrant and his parents on the first day of the 1992 LA Riots.

Filmmaker to ‘Troublemaker’: John Cho pens kids’ book on 1992 LA Riots

“Troublemaker,” a new kids’ novel by actor John Cho, follows a 12-year-old Korean immigrant and his parents on the first day of the 1992 LA Riots.

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In the new movie ‘ Searching ,’ John Cho plays David Kim, a father desperate to find his teenage daughter after she fails to return home from a high school study group one night.

John Cho and Aneesh Chaganty on ‘Searching’

In the new movie ‘ Searching ,’ John Cho plays David Kim, a father desperate to find his teenage daughter after she fails to return home from a high school study group one night.

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