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Keone J. Young (born 6 September 1947; age 71) is a Hawaii-born actor who played the role of Buck Bokai in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "If Wishes Were Horses". He later appeared in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Vanishing Point" as Mr. Sato.
He appeared in North (with Jason Alexander), Dude, Where's My Car? (with Brent Spiner, Andy Dick, and Christopher Darga), Dr. Dolittle 2 (with Andy Dick and Michael McKean), Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde (2003, with Bruce McGill, James Read, David Doty, Michael Krawic, Monika Spruch, Ruth Williamson, Carolyn Hennesy, and Bruce Thomas), The Even Stevens Movie (TV, with Tom Virtue), and also portrayed the astronaut Ellison Onizuka in the 1990 television movie Challenger about the doomed space shuttle of the same name (with Raye Birk and Jeanne Mori). Among his more recent credits are Mr. Wu in Deadwood, a recurring villain in Crank film series, and several appearances in J.J. Abrams' Alias. Young also portrayed Mr. Wu, the alien owner of a local Chinese restaurant in Men in Black 3.
Young did voice work for episodes of the Nickelodeon cartoon Avatar: The Last Airbender (along with Robert Pine, Clyde Kusatsu, John Kassir, Victor Brandt, Tress MacNeille, Jennifer Hale, Grey DeLisle, Kevin Michael Richardson, Olivia Hack, and Dee Bradley Baker). Young also did voice work for episodes of the Cartoon Network cartoon Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi along with Grey DeLisle and Janice Kawaye as well as voice work for episodes of American Dragon: Jake Long.
He also had a recurring role as Commander Jun Sato in Star Wars Rebels Seasons 2-3.