|Birthdate:||September 2, 1975|
|Birthplace:||Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA|
|Role:||Oil drill worker|
Biography and career Edit
Ricky Pak was born in Colorado to immigrant parents. However, he has lived in several places of the US. Pak became interested in acting at an early age, playing the Immigrations Officer in his 4th grade play, The Fifty-Nifty United States. However, he was unable to pursue acting until after finishing his Bachelor's Degree at Colorado State University. After graduating he moved to Los Angeles to become an actor.
Through his career, Pak has appeared in TV shows such like JAG (with Tony Plana) and Bones. He has also appeared in feature films like Million Dollar Baby (with Benito Martinez) and Memoirs of a Geisha, as well as several short films.
Pak recently completed his MFA in Acting for Television, Film and Theatre at California State University, in Los Angeles. He is currently the Artistic Director and founder of a theater company called Circle Squared Collective.
Role on 24 Edit
Pak appeared on the first episode of Season 5 of 24 as one of the oil drill workers looking for a job at the Mojave Desert. His role was uncredited and Pak has no lines.
24 credits Edit
Selected filmography Edit
- Memoirs from a Geisha (2005)
- Million Dollar Baby (2004)
- Bones (2007)
- JAG (2003-2004)