James Saito

James Saito


3/6/1955, Los Angeles, California, USA

Birth Name

James Saito


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James Saito has been in the movie and television business since the late seventies. His very first role was in 1976, a television drama titled Farewell To Manzanar. He has had nearly 70 credits in his 30 year career. Most often small roles, but he is most recognizable…more


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  • Trivia

    • In January and February of 1991, James appeared in the Philip Kan Gotanda play The Wash at the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles.

    • In 1994, James served as the stage manager for the Vineyard Theatre's production of Our Town. He also played the part of Sam Craig in the play.

    • James Saito has appeared as understudy for Andrew Kwong and Eng Tieng-Bin for Day Standing on Its Head at the American Conservatory Theatre & the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York City. He was also an understudy for the pair in The King and I, a Broadway production.

    • He has appeared in two productions at the Pan Asian Repertory in New York City. Wilderness & Yellow Fever were featured in 1994.

    • James is 5ft9 inches tall.

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