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Robert Ito

Dancer

National Ballet of Canada

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Official Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman Web Site - Boarding House - Season Six

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Mr. Wu (Robert Ito) - appeared in "Life in the Balance".
Canadian-born actor of Japanese descent, Robert Ito was, for many years, a dancer with the National Ballet of Canada before turning to acting in the mid-1960s.


What are the contents of the Buckaroo Banzai Press Kit?

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Robert Ito was cast as Buckaroo's sage scientific colleague, Professor Hikita; Vincent Schiavelli and Dan Hedaya portray John Bigboote's wicked henchmen; and Carl Lumbly and Rosalind Cash play mysterious messengers from Planet 10 with a warning for Buckaroo Banzai.
Robert Ito, actually a muscularly fit man in his prime, rose up as ancient Professor Hikita on his motorcycle. ROBERT ITO plays Professor Hikita, Buckaroo Banzai's sage scientific colleague. Ito was interested in "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai" from the moment he heard the pre-production rumours. Determined to get the Hikita role, he hobbled into his audition, masquerading as an old man. Complemented by thirty years worth of old-age makeup which he designed himself, Ito's preliminary performance was so convincing that director Rick Richter hired him on the spot. Born in Canada, Ito started his show biz career as a dancer, winning a Vancouver amateur contest at age five. "I did a tap dance routine and the prize was a whopping $25 -- a good sum of money at the time," he recalls. Thus inspired, Ito went on to join the National Ballet of Canada, where he performed in works like "Swan Lake" and "Giselle" for ten years. The lure of the bright Times Square marquees eventually led him to New York City where he landed a featured role in the Broadway hit "Flower Drum Song. A good part in "What Makes Sammy Run" convinced him to forsake his dancing career for acting. In 1965 he moved to Los Angeles to concentrate his efforts in film and television. Ito is best known for his regular role as Sam Fujiyama on the NBC series "Quincy," starring Jack Klugman. Ito is married and has two children, Jennifer (21) and Thomas (18).


Robert Ito - Biography - Northernstars.ca

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Robert Ito
If you recognize the face then you were, more than likely, a fan of the series Quincy, but Quincy was a long way from where Robert Ito began. There is no doubt that Ito would grow up being a peformer. He wanted to be on stage from the very start, but interestingly, not as an actor. Fact is, he started out as a dancer and heard the warm sound of applause when he was just five years old. His family had entered him in an amateur tap-dancing contest, and he won $25. As he grew, he auditioned for and was accepted at the National Ballet of Canada, where he spent 10 years as a performer. He then headed to New York City, where he had landed a featured role in the Broadway production of F lower Drum Song. As anyone who knows anything about dancing will confess, it isn't a career you can stay in forever. Much like professional sports, the wear and tear begins to take its toll, and the older you are the harder it is to find work. Knowing this, Ito decided to move his considerable talent into film, and so he headed west. Go to Robert Ito's Filmography


Official Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman Web Site - Boarding House - Season Six

www.drquinnmd.com [cached]

Mr. Wu (Robert Ito) - appeared in "Life in the Balance".Canadian-born actor of Japanese descent, Robert Ito was, for many years, a dancer with the National Ballet of Canada before turning to acting in the mid-1960s.


Robert Ito - Northern Stars

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ROBERT ITO
Robert Ito If you recognize the face then you were, more than likely, a fan of the series Quincy, but Quincy was a long way from where Robert Ito began. There is no doubt that Ito would grow up being a peformer. He wanted to be on stage from the very start, but interestingly, not as an actor. Fact is, he started out as a dancer and heard the warm sound of applause when he was just five years old. His family had entered him in an amateur tap-dancing contest, and he won $25. As he grew, he auditioned for and was accepted at the National Ballet of Canada, where he spent 10 years as a performer. He then headed to New York City, where he had landed a featured role in the Broadway production of F lower Drum Song. As anyone who knows anything about dancing will confess, it isn't a career you can stay in forever. Much like professional sports, the wear and tear begins to take its toll, and the older you are the harder it is to find work. Knowing this, Ito decided to move his considerable talent into film, and so he headed west. Go to Robert Ito's Filmography


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