18 Mighty Mountain Warrior Members
MICHAEL CHIH MING HORNBUCKLE is a founding member of 18mmw. He received a degree in Computer Science to make his mother happy, then started acting. He left his job as college head of tech support to move to Los Angeles. Now he caters for a living. He believes if the catering doesn’t work out, he can always fall back on acting. Michael has appeared in “Day Standing on It’s Head” by Philip Kan Gotando and is a regular at the “Airplane: The Staged Reading” performance at the Tree People stage in Coldwater Canyon. Michael recently appeared in “Stonerville,” Leslie Nielsen’s last movie and is the writer for Burnt Gum’s new webisode “The Ho’s of 7th Avenue.” He also writes the "Louie" web series for Comedytime.tv. In addition he has his own Youtube channel (youtube.com/hornbuck) and writes videos for the 18 Mighty Mountain Warrior channel (youtube.com/18mmw). Michael thanks Mo`olelo Theater and Pacific Arts Movement for having us!
GREG WATANABE’s theater credits include the world premiere productions of THE BALLAD OF YACHIYO (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Public TheaterNew York) , BUTCHER’S BURDEN (Asian American Theater Company), THE SUMMER MOON (A Contemporary Theater, South Coast Repertory Theatre), 10,000 YEARS (written and produced by John Ridley), NONO BOY (adapted by Ken Narasaki), THE HAPPY ONES (South Coast Rep, L.A. Drama Critics Circle nomination for Best Featured Performance) and EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS (The Geffen Playhouse, Ovation nomination for Best Featured Actor). Greg also appeared as ‘DHH’ in YELLOW FACE at Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company (San Diego Theater Critics Circle nomination for Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play). Recent appearances include GOLDEN CHILD at the Signature Theater in New York, EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS at Mo'olelo (San Diego Theater Critics Circle nomination for Best Ensemble), and MAPLE AND VINE at Mo'olelo. His film and television credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Reno 911!, Only The Brave, Americanese, and Life Tastes Good.
Harold S. Byun
Peter J. Wong