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Clyde Kusatsu
Born (1948-09-13) September 13, 1948 (age 75)
Alma materNorthwestern University
Years active1973–present
Gayle Kusatsu
(m. 1976)

Clyde Kusatsu (born September 13, 1948) is an American actor, voice artist, and trade union leader. A prolific character actor, he has appeared in over 300 film and television productions since his debut in 1970.[1] He is the Secretary of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, after previously serving as a four-term President of the SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles Local and National Vice President Los Angeles, from 2013 through 2020.[2]

Early life and education

Kusatsu was born in Hilo, Hawaii in 1948 to Japanese American parents. He attended ʻIolani School where he began acting and in Honolulu summer stock. He attended Northwestern University as a theatre major, during which time he was the only Asian-American student enrolled at the school. He graduated in 1970, and then joined the East West Players, the oldest Asian-American theatre company in Los Angeles.

Acting career

After several years of stage acting, Kusatsu got his first TV role on Kung Fu where was in four episodes. On M*A*S*H he played three roles in four episodes. Kusatsu also played Rev. Chong on several episodes of All in the Family.

Kusatsu has been a regular on several television series, beginning with Bring 'Em Back Alive on CBS (1982–83) and the Hawaii-set medical drama Island Son on CBS (1989–90), playing the Richard Chamberlain character's best friend, Dr. Kenji Fushida. His many television movies have included the film adaptation of Farewell to Manzanar (1976) about Japanese-American internment during World War II. (Kusatsu also guest-starred on an episode of Lou Grant about Japanese internment in the U.S.) Other television films and mini-series have been And The Sea Will Tell, and American Tragedy playing Judge Lance Ito. He was in the Baa Baa Black Sheep episode "Prisoners of War" as a downed Japanese fighter pilot in the Pacific (1976); Golden Land (1988), a Hollywood-set drama based on a William Faulkner story; and the AIDS docudrama And the Band Played On (1993). Kusatsu also had a recurring role as Vice Admiral Nakamura on Star Trek: The Next Generation. In comedy he also portrayed Principal Shimata in several episodes of the 1990s ABC situation comedy Family Matters, the usual foil of that series' main protagonist Steve Urkel. He later was in Margaret Cho's short-lived ABC series All American Girl (1994–1995), the first Asian-American family sitcom in the U.S., as Cho's character's father.

In films he has worked with Toshiro Mifune in Midway (1976) and again in John Frankenheimer's Black Sunday (1977) and The Challenge (1981). Kusatsu had roles in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993), In the Line of Fire (1993), and in American Pie (1999). Other films include Shopgirl as Mr. Agasa, and in Sydney Pollack's The Interpreter (2005) as Lee Wu, chief of security for the United Nations Headquarters. He also had a role opposite Glenn Close in Bruce Beresford's World War II drama Paradise Road (1997).

In soap operas he had the recurring role of Dr. Dennis Okamura on The Young and the Restless on CBS as well as guest appearances on The Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital, and Days of Our Lives. He also appeared as four different characters on Magnum, P.I., including the Vietnamese Colonel Ki character who severely wounds Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck), and in another two episodes he played HPD Detective Gordon Katsumoto.[citation needed] In the CBS Movie of the Week, he was the original Wong in Dr. Strange (1978).

Labor activities

In 2012 the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Actors (AFTRA), the two labor unions for actors, merged into SAG-AFTRA, and in 2013 Kusatsu became the first elected President of the new SAG-AFTRA Local in Los Angeles. He was also elected the first National Vice President Los Angeles and was re-elected to that office four times, until 2021 when Michelle Hurd was elected to the position.[3] He remains a vocal supporter of union issues, particularly those related to the Film and Television industries. His roles during this period included a part in The Grinder and the father-in-law of Ken Jeong's character in Dr. Ken, and in film, commercials, and voice-over animation, such as The Grocer in Curious George, Netflix' Blue Eye Samurai and Phaeton on AMC+. Kusatsu guest-starred on the second season of Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story. He was Grandpa Ted in Season 2 of Netflix' Never Have I Ever, and was in episodes of Young Rock, Days of Our Lives, and The United States of Al.

Personal life

Kusatsu has been married to his wife, Gayle (nee Shuffler), since 1976. They have two sons, Kevin and Andrew, together.



Year Title Role Notes
1974 Airport 1975 Passenger Uncredited
1976 Alex & the Gypsy X-Ray Technician
Midway Commander Watanabe Yasumasa
1977 Black Sunday Freighter Captain
Oh, God! Supermarket Employee Uncredited
The Choirboys Officer Francis Tanaguchi
1978 Go Tell the Spartans Colonel Minh
1979 The Frisco Kid Mr. Ping
Meteor Yamashiro
1981 ...All the Marbles Clyde Yamashito
1982 The Challenge Go
Lookin' to Get Out Parking Attendant
1984 Gimme an 'F' Japanese Businessman
1985 Volunteers Souvanna
1986 Shanghai Surprise Joe Go
1989 Turner & Hooch Kevin Williams
Wired Thomas Noguchi
Gross Anatomy Interviewing Professor
1990 Bird on a Wire Mr. Takawaki
1991 The Perfect Weapon Detective Wong
Pizza Man Yasuhiro Nakasone
1993 Silent Cries Saburo Saigo
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story History Teacher
Hot Shots! Part Deux Prime Minister Soto Uncredited
Made in America Bob Takashima
In the Line of Fire Secret Service Agent Jack Okura
Rising Sun Shoji Tanaka
Dream Lover Judge Kurita
1995 Top Dog Captain Ken Callahan
1996 Spy Hard Noggin
1996 Aladdin and the King of Thieves Asian Thief
1997 Paradise Road Sergeant "The Snake" Tomiashi
1998 Godzilla Japanese Tanker Captain
1999 American Pie English Teacher
2001 Recess: School's Out Mr. Yamashiro Voice[4]
Dr. Dolittle 2 Bee Voice[4]
2002 A Ribbon of Dreams Fred
2003 The Singing Detective Japanese Doctor
The United States of Leland Judge
Bachelorman Mr. Yi
Hollywood Homicide Dr. Owen Chung
2004 Gas Mr. Sang
Paparazzi Dr. Hanson
2005 Pretty Persuasion Judge Carl Munro
The Interpreter Lee Wu
Extreme Dating Joe
Shopgirl Mr. Agasa
Rumor Has It Conference Attendee
2007 Drive-Thru Fred Fukizaki
Broken Angel Dondi
2008 Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay Mr. Lee
2009 Love Happens Cab Driver
Why Am I Doing This? Himself
2010 Sex Tax: Based on a True Story Judge
A Nanny for Christmas Mr. Halligan
2012 Any Day Now Dr. Nakahura
2013 The Face of Love Sushi Chef
The Moment Dr. Nunakawa
47 Ronin Drunken Official
2021 The Summit of the Gods Sherpa (voice) English dub


Year Title Role Notes
1973-74 Kung Fu Lama Campo Kushog / Han Su Lok / Po San / Ying's Son 5 episodes
1973-82 M*A*S*H Kwang Duk / Captain Paul Yamato / Sergeant Michael Yee 4 episodes
1974 Tenafly Airline Attendant Episode: "Man Running"
Ironside Parking Attendant Episode: "Friend or Foe"
Get Christie Love! Police Sketch Artist Episode: "Deadly Betrayal"
Mannix Japanese Attache Episode: "Enter Tami Okada"
1975 Harry O The Coroner Episode: "The Acolyte"
Ellery Queen Mateo Episode: "The Adventure of the Blunt Instrument"
1976 The Blue Knight Eng Episode: "The Great Wall of Chinatown"
Farewell to Manzanar Teddy Wakatsuki Television film
Spencer's Pilots Jesse Episode: "The Code"
Delvecchio Medical Examiner Episode: "Board of Rights"
Alice Herb Tanaguchi Episode: "Mother-in-Law: Part 1"
Baa Baa Black Sheep Captain Tenyu Araki Episode: "Prisoners of War"
Hawaii Five-O Jerry Quan Episode: "Yes, My Deadly Daughter"
1976-78 All in the Family Reverend Chong 3 episodes
1977 Quinn Martin's Tales of the Unexpected Kenji Episode: "The Mask of Adonis"
The Rockford Files Nguyen Episode: "New Life, Old Dragons"
1977-81 Quincy, M.E. Dr. Randolph Mitzubi / Hokaido 2 episodes
1977-1982 Lou Grant Ken Watanabe / Ralph Tumora 2 episodes
1978 Dr. Strange Wong Television film
Taxi Paul Episode: "Come as You Aren't"
1979 Supertrain Shimaju Fukuda Episode: "The Green Girl"
1980 Hello, Larry Hotel Clerk Episode: "The Rock Star: Part 2"
A Perfect Match Dr. Tommy Chang Television film
Benson Stan Episode: "Thick as Thieves"
1980-87 Magnum, P.I. Detective Gordon Katsumoto / Dr. Long Tang / Colonel Ki / Colonel Ky In Flashback / Naval Medical Examiner 8 episodes
1981 Knots Landing Dr. Akura 2 episodes
1982 The Powers of Matthew Star Lee Episode: "Experiments"
1982-83 Bring 'Em Back Alive Ali 14 episodes
1982-84 Simon & Simon Mr. Tao / Gerald 2 episodes
1983 We Got It Made Marcel Episode: "Mickey Goes Topless"
Webster Doctor Episode: "Travis"
Masquerade Sushi Episode: "Girls for Sale"
1984 Velvet Dr. Yashima Television film
Cagney & Lacey Raulino Episode: "Unusual Occurrence"
Crazy Like a Fox Nick Episode: "Pilot"
1985 Three's a Crowd Mr. Katsumura Episode: "A Case of Sour Grapes"
Dallas Dr. Albert Matsuda Episode: "Bail Out"
T. J. Hooker Tran Tam Episode: "Outcall"
Hunter Lieutenant Raymond Lau Episode: "Night of the Dragons"
1985-86 MacGyver Sam / Anek Episode 1.2 "The Golden Triangle"/1 episodes
1986 Remington Steele San Francisco Episode: "Steele, Inc."
The Fall Guy Billy Lok Episode: "Trial by Fire"
Trapper John, M.D. Dr. Sung Kang Episode: "Heart and Seoul"
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Detective Episode: "The Creeper"
Intimate Encounters Professor Ikeda Television film
Together We Stand Chao Episode: "Betrothal"
ALF Skydiver Episode: "Jump"
1987 Dynasty Dr. Chen Episode: "A Love Remembered"
Shell Game Daniel Cho Episode: "Pai Gow"
Sidekicks Dr. Tosh Episode: "The Patusani Always Rings Twice"
L.A. Law Judge T.S. Masuoka Episode: "Sparky Brackman R.I.P."
Stingray Attending Surgeon Episode: "Anytime, Anywhere"
The Highwayman Chairman Morotana Episode: "The Highwayman"
The Facts of Life "Budget Bob" Episode: "Down and Out in Malibu: Part 2"
Laguna Heat The Coroner Television film
Mistress Miki Television film
1988 Wiseguy Kenny Sushia 3 episodes
Tour of Duty LTC Tho Episode: "Angel of Mercy"
Who's the Boss? Kim Lee Episode: "The Two Tonys"
Run Till You Fall Fujimoto Television film
Murphy's Law Derva Episode: "The Room Above the Indian Grocery"
Thirtysomething Dr. Richards Episode: "The Mike Van Dyke Show"
1989 Annie McGuire Ambassador Kukla Episode: "Soft Hearted Annie"
The Hogan Family Sam Matsuda Episode: "Secretarial Poole"
The Road Raiders Shimoto Television film
Small Wonder Mr. Saito Episode: "Thy Neighbor's Wife"
The Smurfs Additional Voices Episode: "Smurfs That Time Forgot"
1989-90 Island Son Dr. Kenji Fushida 19 episodes
1989-1994 Star Trek: The Next Generation Admiral Tujiro Nakamura 3 episodes
1990 Revealing Evidence: Stalking the Honolulu Strangler Lieutenant Arioto Television film
Parker Lewis Can't Lose Mr. Loopman Episode: "Pilot"
In the Line of Duty: A Cop for the Killing Matsumo Television film
1991 Dear John Officer #2 Episode: "John and Kirk's Excellent Adventure"
A Different World Kinishiwa Representative Episode: "The Cash Isn't Always Greener"
And the Sea Will Tell Enoki Television film
Good & Evil Tensing Episode: "Pilot"
Lies Before Kisses Lieutenant Hand Television film
Jailbirds Lieutenant Hand Television film
Baby of the Bride Dr. Chang Television film
1991-92 Captain Planet and the Planeteers Dr. Chang (voice) 3 episodes
1991-94 Family Matters Principal Edgar Shimata 3 episodes
1992 The Legend of Prince Valiant Chung Ling-Su (voice) Episode: "The Dawn of Darkness"
Civil Wars Toshio Furukawa Episode: "Denise and De Nuptials"
Raven Ken Tanaka Episode: "Return of the Black Dragon"
Designing Women Lewis Episode: "Trial and Error"
The Streets of Beverly Hills Gudmunssen Television film
1992-99 Beverly Hills, 90210 Coroner / Frank 2 episodes
1993 Class of '96 Professor Ashira Episode: "Midterm Madness"
Sirens Billy Cota Episode: "Everybody Lies"
And the Band Played On Blood Bank Executive Television film
Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Public Affairs Officer Episode: "Pilot"
Mighty Max Hanuman (voice) Episode: "The Maxnificent Seven"
1994 The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. Roy Shimamura Episode: "Brooklyn Dodgers"
Deconstructing Sarah Officer Okawa Television film
SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron Islander Voice, episode: "Volcanus Erupts!/The Origin of Dr. Viper"
All-American Girl Benny Kim 18 episodes
1994-1995 Fantastic Four Karnak / Dr. Neville Voice, 4 episodes[4]
1994-1997 Walker, Texas Ranger Detective Danny Cho / Dr. Sweeney 2 episodes
1995 Ellen Judge Mitchell Sung Episode: "Three Strikes"
Phantom 2040 Akira Voice, episode: "Down the Line"
Marker Detective Akida Episode: "Discovery"
The Wayans Bros. Mr. Mitsumoto Episode: "Brazilla vs. Rodney"
Favorite Deadly Sins Saint Peter Television film
1995-1999 The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries Mr. Kim / Soh Fishimene Voice, 2 episodes[4]
1996 Maybe This Time Noriyukio Episode: "Break a Leg"
Gargoyles Kai / Dr. Arnada Voice, 2 episodes[4]
Mighty Ducks Tai Quack Do Episode: "Power Play"
Murder One Dr. Yamashita Episode: "Chapter Two, Year Two"
1996-1997 The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Dr. Zin / Guard Voice, 4 episodes
1997 Touched by an Angel Dr. Robertson Episode: "Forget-Me-Not"
Bruno the Kid Engineer / Chang Voice, 2 episodes
Party of Five Judge Michael A. Katsu Episode: "Past Imperfect"
Total Security Seiji Ingawa Episode: "The Never Bending Story"
Pinky and the Brain Hama Voice, episode: "Big in Japan"[4]
City Guys Dr. Mortia Episode: "Future Shock"
Extreme Ghostbusters Various Characters Voice, 2 episodes
City Guys Dr. Mortia Episode: "Future Shock"
1998 The Closer Ted Kasahara Episode: "Pilot"
Adventures from the Book of Virtues Rich Man / Servant Voice, episode: "Gratitude"
Superman: The Animated Series Dr. Cornell Voice, episode: "Little Girl Lost"[4]
Stressed Eric Kanagawa-San Voice, episode: "Tidy"
Babylon 5: Thirdspace Bill Morishi Television film
The Net Greg Lin Episode: "Kill the Buddha"
Histeria! Hongxi / Peking Man Voice, 2 episodes[4]
Buddy Faro Lieutenant Wong Episode: "Touched by an Amnesiac"
Chicago Hope Frank Fenton Episode: "Viagra-Vated Assault"
Maggie Assisting Surgeon Episode: "Art History"
Vengeance Unlimited Judge Clyde Kurosawa Episode: "Legalese"
Godzilla: The Series Japanese Border Patrol Agent Voice, episode: "Competition"
Mickey Mouse Works Additional Voices Episode: #1.1"
1998-2002 The Practice Judge Stephen Chin 2 episodes
1999 Rude Awakening Mr. Tranh Episode: "Trude Awakening"
Dharma & Greg Al Episode: "Welcome to the Hotel Calamari"
Any Day Now Judge C. Eastlake Episode: "It's Not You, It's Me"
For Your Love Mr. Sato Episode: "The Couple's Court"
1999-2000 Batman Beyond Coach Fitz, Mr. Tan, Jimmy Lin, Mr. Fong Voice, 4 episodes[4]
1999-2002 Providence Pediatrician / Henry Yamada 2 episodes
2000 The West Wing Joe Episode: "Lord John Marbury"
Rugrats Mr. Hasagawa Voice, episode: "Incredible Shrinking Babies/Miss Manners"[4]
Pepper Ann Mayor Kim Voice, episode: "The Sellout/The Telltale Fuzzy"
The Pretender Li Ho Episode: "The Agent of Year Zero"
Ally McBeal Dr. Myron Okubo 2 episodes
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Ranger #1 / Warden Yung Voice, 2 episodes[4]
Malcolm in the Middle Ice Cream Man Episode: "Traffic Jam"
American Tragedy Judge Lance Ito Miniseries
JAG Senator Theodore Fujiwara / Captain Morimoto 2 episodes
2001 The Division Unknown Episode: "Secrets and Lies"
Citizen Baines Grant Tanaka 4 episodes
The Wild Thornberrys: The Origin of Donnie Sun Bear Voice, television film[4]
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy Japanese Scientist / Japanese Business Guy Voice, episode: "Smell of Vengeance/Fiend Is Like Friend Without the 'r'"
Jackie Chan Adventures Gang Leader Voice, episode: "Mother of All Battles"
Heavy Gear: The Animated Series Kusunoki Tachi Voice, 5 episodes
Justice League Japanese Ambassador Voice, episode: "Secret Origins"[4]
Family Law Judge Paul Hamawaki 2 episodes
2001-2003 Samurai Jack Father / Old Man / Dad / Grand Master Voice, 3 episodes[4]
2002 Even Stevens "Tex" Nagita Episode: "The King Sloppy"
Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future Dagg / Ling / Equinox Voice, 3 episodes
2003 Days of Our Lives Nobu Episode: "#9569"
What's New, Scooby-Doo? Dr. Akira Onodera / Fisherman / Desk Clerk Voice, episode: "Big Appetite in Little Tokyo"
Nip/Tuck Dr. Hiroshi Episode: "Adelle Coffin"
The Lyon's Den Judge Episode: "Ex"
One on One Yoon Episode: "East Meets East Coast"
2003-2005 Lilo & Stitch: The Series Mr. Wong / Bald Tourist / Luau Host / Mayor Kim Voice, 7 episodes
2004 Everwood Edward Ogawa Episode: "Your Future Awaits"
The Librarian: Quest for the Spear Head Monk Television film
Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama Nakasumi Voice, television film
2004-2006 Still Standing Johnny 3 episodes
2005 The Closer Dr. Tanaka Episode: "Pilot"
Strong Medicine Dr. Stan Liem Episode: "Rhythm of the Heart"
Avatar: The Last Airbender Monk Pasang / Calm Man / Storyteller Voice, 4 episodes[4]
Numbers Antiquities Dealer Episode: "Bones of Contention"
2006 Charmed Lo Pan Episode: "12 Angry Zen"
Monk Judge Rienzo Episode: "Mr. Monk Gets Jury Duty"
Maya & Miguel Maggie's Dad Voice, episode: "After School"
Hellboy: Sword of Storms Additional Voices Television film
Shark Judge Chudacoff Episode: "Déjà Vu All Over Again"
Boston Legal Judge Matsumura 2 episodes
2006-2007 Eloise: The Animated Series Mr. Takahashi Voice, 4 episodes
2006-2021 Curious George The Grocer / Mr. Okano / Hideki / Radio Announcer Voice, 9 episodes
2006-2012 The Young and the Restless Dr. Dennis Okamura 27 episodes
2007 Pandemic Dr. Kenji Ito Miniseries
ER Review Board Doctor #1 Episode: "Dying is Easy"
A.T.O.M. Master Kwan Voice, 2 episodes
Fugly Doctor Television film
2008 The Spectacular Spider-Man Ted Twaki Voice, episode: "Reaction"[4]
Chuck Morimoto Episode: "Chuck Versus Tom Sawyer"
2009 Back at the Barnyard Wise One Voice, episode: "Pig Amok/Sun Cow"
The Secret Saturdays Chong Voice, episode: "Curse of the Stolen Tiger"[4]
Dollhouse Dr. Makido Episode: "Belonging"
Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas The Grocer Voice, television film[4]
2009-2016 NCIS Mr. Rin / Benjamin Franklin 2 episodes
2010-2011 Law & Order: LA Judge Bradley Rumford 2 episodes
2010-2012 The Bold and the Beautiful Judge Clayton 4 episodes
2011 $#*! My Dad Says Mortimer Foo Episode: "The Better Father"
Hawaii Five-0 Judge Kamalei Episode: "Loa Aloh"
Fairly Legal Joseph Chang Episode: "My Best Friend's Prenup"
2011-2015 The Penguins of Madagascar Shingen Voice, 2 episodes[4]
2012 New Girl Judge Episode: "Jess & Julia"
The Legend of Korra Additional Voices Episode: "The Voice in the Night"
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Picnicker Voice, episode: "Heart of Evil"
2013 Ben and Kate Mr. Su Episode: "Father-Daughter Dance"
Franklin & Bash Judge Marcus Koh Episode: "Out of the Blue"
Raising Hope Mr. Lee Episode: "Burt Bucks"
2015 General Hospital Judge Chan Episode: "#13256"
Major Lazer Store Owner Voice, episode: "Fizzy Fever"
The Grinder Joseph Yao Episode: "Giving Thanks, Getting Justice"
2015-2016 Dr. Ken Jerry 2 episodes
2016 24: Legacy Senator Episode: "12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m."
2017 Doubt Dr. Benjamin Lau Episode: "Then and Now"
Madam Secretary Choden Gyatso Episode: "Swept Away"
Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Mr. Kagawa Voice, episode: "The Curse of Kaniaku"[4]
Dice Judge Smith Episode: "The Trial"
2018 Designated Survivor Japanese Finance Minister Omono Episode: "In the Dark"
The Cool Kids Norman Episode: "Thanksgiving at Murray's"
2019 The Lion Guard Domog Voice, episode: "Ghost of the Mountain"[4]
2021 Never Have I Ever Ted Yoshida 2 episodes
2022 The Really Loud House Mr. Yanaga Episode: "The Banana Split Decision"
2019 / 2022 present Days of Our Lives Wei Shen

Video games

Year Title Role
2007 Driver '76 Mr. Zhou[5]
2007 Spider-Man 3 Dragon Tail Leader / Additional Voices


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  2. ^ "SAG-AFTRA Foundation Board | SAG-AFTRA Foundation". SAG-AFTRA Foundation. July 5, 2014. Retrieved January 20, 2024.
  3. ^ "Fran Drescher Elected SAG-AFTRA President". COP Communications Inc. Fall–Winter 2021. Retrieved July 13, 2023.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "Clyde Kusatsu (visual voices guide)". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved October 1, 2023. A green check mark indicates that a role has been confirmed using a screenshot (or collage of screenshots) of a title's list of voice actors and their respective characters found in its opening and/or closing credits and/or other reliable sources of information.
  5. ^ Sumo Digital; Ubisoft Reflections. Driver 76. Ubisoft. Scene: Ending credits, 2:32:09 in, Voice Actors.((cite book)): CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)