Evan C. Kim

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Evan C. Kim is an American actor. He is best known for playing Loo in the 1977 comedy The Kentucky Fried Movie's "A Fistful of Yen" segment, the interpreter Cowboy in the 1978 Vietnam War film Go Tell the Spartans, the erudite caveman Nook in the cult 1981 comedy Caveman, Suki in the 1982 B movie Megaforce, Tony in the 1983 miniseries V, and Harry Callahan's partner Inspector Al Quan in the fifth "Dirty Harry" film The Dead Pool, which was his most significant role. His other film roles include the 1986 film Hollywood Vice Squad, the 1991 film Thousand Pieces of Gold, and, a year later, the film Loving Lulu.

Kim's TV guest appearances range from Kung Fu, CHiPs, Police Story, Khan!, The Secrets of Isis, C.P.O. Sharkey, Fantasy Island, Serpico, Knight Rider, Sword of Justice, Matt Houston, Knots Landing, Max Headroom, Matlock, and Alien Nation. Kim also directed an episode of Alien Nation.

In some shows, he is credited as Evan Kim.

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