Peter "Navy" Tuiasosopo

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Peter Navy Tuiasosopo (born December 22, 1963) is an American-Samoan actor. Tuiasosopo is perhaps best known for his roles as E. Honda in Universal Pictures Street Fighter and Manumana in the Paramount Pictures film Necessary Roughness. Tuiasosopo was born and raised in San Pedro, California. His father was U.S. Army (27 years) and U.S. Postal Service retired Manavaalofa Petelo "Sgt. Pete" Tuiasosopo (1935–2008) of Fagatogo, American Samoa and mother Registered Nurse (30 years) retired Silaulala "Sheila" Lealoa Alofaituli (1927–2007) of Vatia, American Samoa. He is also the grandson of High Chief and U.S. Naval Retired, Petelo Siosi Tuiasosopo of Fagatogo, AS. Tuiasosopo's middle name (Navy) was given by his father in honor of his grandfather. One of seven children: Brother Andrew Tuiasosopo (Carson, CA) and sisters Jean Redondo (Long Beach, CA), Aavonda Gonzales (San Pedro, CA), Aaleslie Speake (deceased), Aaona Speake (deceased) and Adaline Aure (Bellingham, WA) were all raised in the Christian faith in which Tuiasosopo continues to follow. He prepped in San Pedro at Taper Avenue Elementary, Dodson Jr. High School and Banning High School.
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