Boni played as a stunt double in Chalie's Angles II:Full Throttle.
In the movie In Case of Emergency , Boni played the stunt double of Kelly Hu.
Boni weighs 115 lbs(as of 2006).
Boni has hazel eyes.
Boni has brown hair.
Boni played the stunt double of Halle Berry in the movie Cat Woman.
Boni played the stunt double of Demi Moore in the movies Mr. Brooks and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.
In the movie Dark Honeymoon, Boni played the stunt double of Tia Carrere.
Boni is 5' 5 1/2" tall.
Boni's great-uncle, Harry Ishisaka, introduced Aikido to California from Hawaii.
Boni has worked for Aloha Airlines as flight attendant.
Boni won title Master Hall of Fame in 2000 and the title NBL Hall of Fame in 1999.
Boni became a member of Team Kani (a Karate team) in 1998, which competes in international tournaments.
In 1997, Boni sold her business and moved to L.A.
In 1995, Boni opened a new dojo (karate school) in La Costa, California.
Before learning marital arts, Boni was operating her father's nursery.
Boni started learning martial arts at the age of 20.
Boni: If it wasn't for martial arts, I don't know what I would have done with my life.
Boni: There are always challenges in what the job is going to ask of you. But I think it is important to enjoy the moment and enjoy the challenge. To me, after each job there is a great feeling of accomplishment.
Boni: When I owned my own dojo I was working two jobs and my life was very challenging. But as soon my students showed up for class, I was instantly happy. There was a very positive energy and attitude. It was the people I enjoyed the most - the type of people, especially children, who are drawn to martial arts.
Boni: My father and my sensei are both from Hawaii and know some of the same people. Once my father bonded with sensei, his whole outlook on what I was doing changed. He saw the good in it and that's made my father become very proud of me.
Boni: Performing gives me the greatest feeling of accomplishment. It was never so much about winning as long as I feel good about myself and my performances. Actually, the best thing about competing was the people. I am all about enjoying life and enjoying all the people around me. That's what has kept me going.
Boni: My father wanted me to take over the family business,but after studying martial arts for several years, I decided I wanted to open a dojo. It was one of the toughest decisions I've ever had to make in my life. I knew it would be hurtful to my father. I didn't want to disrespect him and go against his wishes, but I knew I had to live my life and do what was best for me.