Peter "Navy" Tuiasosopo

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Peter "Navy" Tuiasosopo
Peter Navy Tuiasosopo as E. Honda in Street Fighter.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1992–present
Spouse(s) Cheryl D. Leonard

Peter "Navy" Tuiasosopo (born December 22, 1963 in San Pedro, California) is an American-Samoan actor known for his roles as E. Honda in Universal Pictures Street Fighter and Manumana in the Paramount Pictures film Necessary Roughness.


Tuiasosopo is perhaps best known for playing the role of E. Honda in the live action movie Street Fighter along with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Raúl Juliá.

Tuiasosopo's first motion picture film role was Manumana "the Slender", the committed and respectful center on the fictional reconstructed Texas State "Fighting Armadillos" football team in the 1991 film Necessary Roughness. Tuiasosopo took a leave of absence from McDonnell Douglas in Long Beach, California for the film. Shortly afterwards, he co-starred in his first television series with original television Batman Adam West as the strong-armed detective Al Hamoki for the Fox network called Danger Theatre. Tuiasosopo had another film role as Willie Dumaine in 12 Rounds along with WWE wrestler John Cena. He also had a part in the NCIS season 10 episode "Hereafter" as Charles Kang / Chucky Bang.


Year Film Role
1991 Necessary Roughness Manumana
1994 On Deadly Ground Worker #1
Street Fighter Honda
1997 Batman & Robin Observatory Guard
1998 BASEketball Ed Tuttle
2000 Charlie's Angels Pink's Body Guard
2001 The Fast and the Furious Samoan Guard
2002 The Scorpion King Night Gate Guard
Austin Powers in Goldmember Sumo Wrestler
2008 Speed Racer Fuji Announcer
2009 12 Rounds Willie Dumaine
A Perfect Getaway Supply Guy
The Slammin' Salmon Miami Dolphin #1
2011 Kickin' It Yoshi Nakamura
2012 Fun Size Mr. Mahani (Samoan Man)
2013 NCIS (TV Series) Charles Kang / Chucky Bang
2013 New Girl Big Bob

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