So That's why Rufio was so cool....

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In the movie, Hook! He played Jimmy Ho in "The Perfect Weapon!". And Jeff's litte brother Adam, played by John Dye, was in Best of the Best! Wow, the connections begin! Sorry, just rambling, but what do you expect?
 
Roo Fee OOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

Actor - filmography
Twice Upon a Christmas (2001) (TV) .... Bill Morgan
Once Upon a Christmas (2000) .... Bill Morgan
Journey to a Hate Free Millennium (1999) (voice) .... Narrator
"Touched by an Angel" (1994) TV Series .... Andrew (1996- )
Sioux City (1994) .... Colin Adams
... aka Ultimate Revenge (1994) (USA: TV title)
"Hotel Malibu" (1994) TV Series .... Jack Mayfield
"Jack's Place" (1992/I) TV Series .... Greg Toback
Perfect Weapon, The (1991) .... Adam
"Tour of Duty" (1987) TV Series .... Pvt. Francis 'Doc Hoc' Hockenbury (1989-1990)
Mother, Mother (1989) .... Jeff Cutler
Best of the Best (1989) .... Virgil
Billionaire Boys Club (1987) (TV) .... Bob Holmby
Campus Man (1987) .... Todd Barrett
Modern Girls (1986) .... Mark
Making the Grade (1984) .... Skip

But he didn't play Rufio

That was played by Dante Basco.
 
Could he have been the guy staring at the picture of Stifler's mom on the wall that said "Dude that chick is a MILF"? It seems to me that it was one of the 2 guys you speak of?!?!?!?
 
he was! I tried to explain the whole connection thing to my wife when i noticed it...fell on deaf ears I guess
 
Dante Basco played Jimmy Ho in The Perfect Weapon.


I don't know who played the M.I.L.F. guy ... great scene though.
Neither Dante Basco, or John Dye is listed in the credits for
American Pie.
 
Originally posted by Kirk
Dante Basco played Jimmy Ho in The Perfect Weapon.


I don't know who played the M.I.L.F. guy ... great scene though.
Neither Dante Basco, or John Dye is listed in the credits for
American Pie.

That guy sure looks like he could be one of those two. Hmmmm.:confused:
 
Originally posted by jeffkyle
That guy sure looks like he could be one of those two. Hmmmm.:confused:

It's still possible that it is. It was such a small part, maybe they
just didn't list him in the credits? :confused:
 
Originally posted by Hollywood1340
According to IMDB, he did indeed play Rufio :)

Okay, a lot of names thrown out there, WHO played Rufio?
 
o.k. I'm here to clear up this whole thing since some of you are confusing two different guys from different ethinicities. Geez.

Yes, it was Dante Basco (Filipino) who played Rufio in Hook, his family are prevalent in showbiz, his little brother had one of the lead parts in the NBC Sat. morning show City Guys. Dante has been in a lot of movies, usually playing other ethnicities, from Chinese, to Vietnames(Just like fellow Filipino martial artist Ernie Reyes Jr.), which is funny since he looks totally Southeast Asian to me so I've seen him and his bros. in som Fil-Am movies (The Debut).

The guy who was the MILF dude in American Pie is Johnathan Cho (Chinese) and he also had a co-starring part in the now defunct WB comedy with the deep voice in the AP movie as well called Off Center.
 

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