Or Kmart. Or Snapple. That guy is actor Aaron Takahashi and through no master plan of his own, he has become the unofficial Asian American King of Commercials. By his own count, he has appeared in 50 commercials in the last 10 years. These are not local commercials for Crazy Gideon or Hollywood Suits. These are national commercials shown across the country. This is all the more remarkable when you discover that Aaron was not someone who grew up aspiring to be an actor and performer.
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Film review: Does Crazy Rich Asians live up to the hype?
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Does it meet them? But it uses that formula so gracefully that the movie feels fresh, largely thanks to its flawlessly-cast Asian, Asian-American and Anglo-Asian actors. Beneath its glamorous surface, the film is also thoughtful about ethnic identity, and the push and pull of class and culture: nouveau riche versus old money, personal fulfillment versus duty to family. Rachel Chu Constance Wu is smart, witty, down-to-earth and occasionally insecure, the better for viewers to relate to her.