What The Hawaii Five-0 Cast Is Doing Now, Including Grace Park And Alex O'Loughlin

For 10 seasons and 240 episodes, CBS's modernized reboot of Hawaii Five-0 became a mainstay on the popular network. Starring Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, Grace Park, and Daniel Dae Kim, the procedural detective drama was a dependable franchise, spanning a few more shows, before its cancellation. Now that a year has passed since the series finale, fans are wondering what the Hawaii Five-0 cast is working on now. Let's find out!

Alex O'Loughlin - Hawaii Five-0

Alex O’Loughlin (Lieutenant Commander Steven “Steve” McGarrett, USNR)

As Lieutenant Commander Steven "Steve" McGarrett, the Navy SEAL who founded and led the Hawaii Five-0, Alex O'Loughlin was the star of CBS's long-running reboot series. He also served as a writer, producer, and director. O'Loughlin's other TV credits include Three Rivers, Moonlight, The Shield, Mary Bryant, Criminal Minds, and White Collar Blue. Additionally, in film, the actor starred in The Back-Up Plan. Also, O'Loughlin can be seen in August Rush, Whiteout, The Invisible, The Holiday, Man-Thing, Oyster Farm, and Feed, which he also co-wrote and co-produced. His next project hasn't been announced yet.

Scott Cain - Hawaii Five-0

Scott Caan (Detective Sergeant Danny “Danno” Williams, HPD)

In the role of Detective Sergeant Danny "Danno" Williams, a former New Jersey police detective who moves to Hawaii to be closer to his daughter, Scott Caan was the co-lead of CBS's Hawaii Five-0. He also played this part in NCIS: Los Angeles. The son of screen legend James Caan, the actor's other TV credits include Entourage and Vice Principals.

Away from television, Scott Caan starred in Ready to Rumble, A Boy Called Hate, Into the Blue, Black and White, Boiler Room, American Outlaws, In Enemy Hands, Brooklyn Rules, 3 Geezers!, and A Beginner's Guide to Endings. He's also known for his role as Turk Mallory in the Ocean's movies. Also, Caan appeared in Gone in 60 Seconds, Meet Dave, Novocaine, and Varsity Blues. Additionally, Caan wrote, directed, and starred in Dallas 362 and The Dog Problem. He also wrote and acted in Mercy. Outside of this series, Caan was most recently seen in Untogether. The actor's next project is unknown.

Daniel Dae Kim - Hawaii Five-0

Daniel Dae Kim (Detective Lieutenant Chin Ho Kelly, HPD)

Playing the part of Detective Lieutenant Chin Ho Kelly, a former HPD cop who gets recruited to the Five-0, Daniel Dae Kim played a main character on this series for seven seasons. The actor also directed an episode. Most notably, Kim appeared in ABC's Lost and The WB's Angel. His other TV credits include ER, 24, Star Trek: Enterprise, and Beverly Hills, 90210. Additionally, Kim plays recurring roles in NBC's New Amsterdam, Amazon Prime's Flack, and CBS's The Good Doctor, where he's an executive producer.

Outside of television, Daniel Dae Kim starred in Hellboy (2019). Also, the actor appeared in Always Be My Maybe, Crash (2004), Hulk, Cradle 2 the Grave, For the Love of the Game, The Jackal, Blast Blast (which he also produced), The Cave, and The Divergent Series: Insurgent and Allegiant. Most recently, Kim was seen in Netflix's Stowaway and heard in Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon. Next, he'll star in National Geographic's The Hot Zone: Anthrax, and he'll be seen in FX's The Premise and heard in AMC's Pantheon.

Grace Park - Hawaii Five-0

Grace Park (Officer Kono Kalakaua)

As Officer Kono Kalakaua, an expert sniper in the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force, Grace Park played the female lead in this long-running detective series for seven seasons. She also played this part in an episode of MacGyver. Most notably, Park is known for her role as Lt. Sharon Valerii in Battlestar Galactica. The actress can also be seen in Edgemont, The Cleaner, The Border, The Outer Limits, Dark Angel, Stargate SG-1, The Dead Zone, CSI, and LA Law: The Movie. Her other TV credits include Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Jake 2.0, Human Cargo, The Immortal, and Secret Agent Man. Furthermore, as a voice actress, Park lent her voice to American Dad!

Additionally, in film, Grace Park appeared in Romeo Must Die, West 32nd, Adventures in Public School, Run Rabbit Run, and Freaks, as well as two short films, 2003's Fluffy and 2012's The First Days. Currently, she stars in ABC's family drama, A Million Little Things.

Masi Oka - Hawaii Five-0

Masi Oka (Dr. Max Bergman)

In the role of Dr. Max Bergman, the Chief Medical Examiner for both the Honolulu Police Department and the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force, Masi Oka was a prominent character throughout the majority of the show's time on television. Most notably, Oka played Hiro Nakamura in NBC's Heroes and Heroes Reborn. His other TV credits include Mozart in the Jungle, Scrubs, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, Gilmore Girls, Dharm & Greg, Yes Dear, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Reno 911!, Reba, Still Standing, and Without a Trace.

Outside of TV, Masi Oka played Bruce in Get Smart and starred in the direct-to-DVD film, Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd: Out of Control. His other film credits include The Meg, Jobs, Friends with Benefits, Fired Up, The Promotion, Balls of Fury, House of the Dead 2, Legally Blond 2: Red, White & Blonde, Along Came Polly, Searching For Sonny, Austin Powers in Goldmember, and Death Note, which he also produced. Also, Oka is heard in The Proud Family Movie and Spies in Disguise. Next, the actor will star in Bullet Train.

Michelle Borth - Hawaii Five-0

Michelle Borth (Lieutenant Catherine Rollins, USNR)

Playing the part of Lieutenant Catherine Rollins, Steve McGarrett's on-and-off love interest, Michelle Borth was a recurring presence throughout Hawaii Five-0's 10 season run. Away from this show, Borth played main roles in ABC's The Forgotten and Combat Hospital and HBO's Tell Me You Love Me. Her other TV credits include Law & Order: SVU, Supernatural, The Cleaner, and Dark Blue. Additionally, Borth starred in Lifetime's Devious Nanny. In film, Borth can be seen in Shazam!, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, Easy Rider 2: The Ride Home, Timer, Trespassers, and Teenage Cocktail. She also appeared in John Mayer's "Bigger Than My Body" music video and Burger King's "Lunch Break" advertising campaign. Away from acting, Borth is an executive producer on 2010's Everything Will Happen Before You Die and the co-founder of Roll Up Your Sleeves.

Most recently, Michelle Borth starred in the TV movie, No Good Deed, which is also known as No Good Deed Goes Unpunished. Her next project hasn't been announced.

Taylor Wily - Hawaii Five-0

Taylor Wily (Kamekona Tupuola)

As Kamekona Tupuola, Hawaii Five-0's loyal, confidential informant and the local entrepreneur behind Wailoa Shave Ice, Taylor Wily played an affable and dependable character throughout this reboot's entire run. Previously a sumo wrestler and mixed martial artist, Wily made his acting debut in a 1982 episode of Magnum P.I. He can also be seen in Marker, One West Waikiki, North Shore, MacGyver, and, to bring things full circle, the Magnum P.I. reboot, where he reprised his role as Kamekona Tupuola. Away from television, Wily is best known for playing Kemo in Forgetting Sarah Marshall. He can also be seen in Radical and a pair of short films, 2014's Where I Come From and the upcoming Gut Instinct, respectively. Next, Wily is attached to Here Comes the Sun.

Dennis Chun - Hawaii Five-0

Dennis Chun (Sgt. Duke Lukela)

In the role of Sgt. Duke Lukela, a good friend of the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force, Dennis Chun could be seen throughout the show's extensive TV tenure. The son of the original Hawaii Five-O's Kam Fong Chun, the TV actor is among the few stars to appear in both iterations of this procedural detective series. His other TV credits include The Brady Bunch, Jake and the Fatman, Raven, and the original Magnum P.I. Additionally, Chun's film credits include Inferno in Paradise and Goodbye Paradise. Outside of acting, he produced and directed 2012's short film, Family. Most recently, Chun reprised his role as Sgt. Duke Lukela in Magnum P.I. Next, he'll be seen in the short film, Same T'ing.

Chi McBride - Hawaii Five-0

Chi McBride (Captain Lou Grover)

Playing the part of Captain Lou Grover, the former captain of the Honolulu Police Department's SWAT team, Chi McBride was a main cast member on CBS's Hawaii Five-0 following his Season 4 introduction. In addition to starring in the long-running show, McBride also wrote a few episodes. Most notably, McBride is known for playing Principal Steven Harper in Fox's Boston Public, Emerson Cod in ABC's Pushing Daisies, and Detective Laverne Winston in Fox's Human Target. His other television credits include House, The John Larroquette Show, Monk, Golden Boy, Suits, and The Practice.

Furthermore, as a voice actor, Chi McBride can be heard in Max Steel, Rocket Power, Ultimate Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble, Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel, Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload, and Hulk and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Outside of TV, he's best known for The Terminal, Gone in 60 Seconds, Roll Bounce, Draft Day, Narc, The Kid, Waiting..., Undercover Brother, Let's Go to Prison, and I, Robot. Most recently, McBride guest-starred on NBC's This Is Us. Next, he'll star in CBS's Smallwood.

Jorge Garcia - Hawaii Five-0

Jorge Garcia (Special Consultant Jerry Ortega)

As Special Consultant Jerry Ortega, a conspiracy theorist who regularly consults and assists the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force, Jorge Garcia was a main character on this CBS series following a recurring role in Season 4. Most notably and memorably, the actor played Hugo "Hurley" Reyes in ABC's Lost. His other notable TV credits include Becker, Alcatraz, Once Upon a Time, Californication, Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories, How I Met Your Mother, Spin City, Columbo, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Additionally, in film, Garcia appeared in The Ridiculous Six, Deck the Halls, Cooties, The Wedding Ringer, Get a Job, The Healer, iSteve, Little Athens, and The Wrong Missy. He's also heard in Rock Dog.

Outside of acting, Jorge Garcia co-hosted the podcast, Kaiju Podcast. He also produced the 2014 documentary, Extinction Soup, and wrote 2012's short film, Shredded. Most recently, the actor starred in Netflix's Nobody Knows I'm Here. He also guest-starred in CBS's MacGyver. Next, Garcia will star in When We Were Pirates, which he will produce.

Meaghan Rath - Hawaii Five-0

Meaghan Rath (Officer Tani Rey)

In the role of Officer Tani Rey, a young member of the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force, Meaghan Rath became a primary character in the final seasons of this CBS drama. Outside of this series, Rath starred in 15/Love, The Assistants, Being Human, Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life, and Rogue. She also had recurring roles on New Girl, Banshee, and Secrets and Lies. Her other TV credits include Kingdom, Schitt's Creek, Motive, and Flashpoint. Additionally, Rath reprised her role as Tani Rey in Magnum P.I.

Away from television, Meaghan Rath co-wrote, produced, and starred in Three Night Stand. She can also be seen in The Clinic, Another Kind of Wedding, Prom Wars: Love is a Battlefield, and Lost and Delirious. Most recently, Rath guest-starred in The CW's Supergirl. Next, she'll star in and executive produce CTV's Children Ruin Everything.

Ian Anthony Dale - Hawaii Five-0

Ian Anthony Dale (Adam Noshimuri)

Playing the part of Adam Noshimuri, the head of the Special Division of Organized Crime, Ian Anthony Dale was a long-standing recurring character on Hawaii Five-0 before he became a main player in the final seasons. He also directed an episode. Outside of this series, Dale starred in Surface, The Event, Day Break, Murder in the First, and Salvation. He can also be seen in Charmed, Criminal Minds, JAG, Angel, Las Vegas, CSI: Miami, Cold Case, Burn Notice, American Horror Story: Coven, and Hart of Dixie.

Additionally, Ian Anthony Dale starred in the web series, Mortal Kombat: Legacy, where the actor reprised his role as Hanzo Hasashi/Scorpion from Mortal Kombat: Rebirth. Furthermore, his other film credits include Mr. 3000, The Bucket List, The Hangover, Tekken, XOXO, and Wakefield. Most recently, Dale was seen in CBS's short-lived All Rise.

Hawaii Five-0 is available to stream on Paramount+.

Will Ashton

Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.