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News reports say Kim (who plays officer Chin Ho Kelly) and Park (who plays officer Kono Kalakaua) sought pay equality with co-stars Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan, but were unable to reach satisfactory deals with CBS Television Studios.
(In addition to strong live ratings, “Hawaii Five-0” is a syndication moneymaker for CBS.) Kim and Park are technically supporting cast members to the leads, which explains some CBS’ hesitation in bringing them up to parity with No. CBS by its own account said Wednesday it offered “large and significant raises” to both actors.
They will always be ohana to us, we will miss them and we wish them both all the best."Kim and Park have been with the hit CBS police drama since the first season premiered in 2010.
The absence of their characters will be addressed in the season premiere set for Sept. CBS recently announced the show would be renewed for another season starting in the fall, but the loss of the two actors comes as ratings for the show are also dipping.
After talked to Park about some of the extreme sports she enjoys, her very different acting roles, whether her race has been a barrier in her career, and working with After Ellen.com: You’ve been known to get into some extreme sports. Sharon is strong, yet vulnerable and conflicted and a lot of people are going to connect with that.
GP: You can watch me on ]AE: You made the Maxim Hot 100 in 2006 and last year’s After Ellen’s annual Hot 100 list, so you obviously appeal to both straight men and queer women. AE: Why do you think you and the characters you play appeal to lesbian and bi audiences?