‘Doogie Kamealoha, MD’ & OG ‘Lilo & Stitch’ Voice Actor Jason Scott Lee Reveals Role in Live Action Movie
Jason Scott Lee will be in the upcoming live action Lilo & Stitch movie!!!
The Doogie Kamealoha, MD star actually voiced the role of Nani’s love interest David in the original animated feature, and just revealed he has landed a role in the new adaptation.
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During an appearance on the Kyle Meredith With… podcast, Jason shared that he got a “little, small [part].”
“They threw me some bones, and I said, ‘Yeah, absolutely! In any capacity,’” he continued. “I just wanted to be a part of it, so it’s a three-day cameo, and I think it will be fun. I’m playing the Luau manager. I get to see the kid that’s playing my character that I voiced, David. And I’ll get to see Lilo and I’ll get to see Nani, the new people, the actors that are playing them. So it’ll be fun.”
Jason isn’t the only voice actor from the original movie that will be in the live action adaptation – Tia Carrere, who voice Nani, will be playing a new character, and Amy Hill, who had a small role, will return as a grandmother character, Tutu.
Playing David in the live action will be Kaipo Dudoit, with Sydney Agudong as Nani and newcomer Maia Kealoha as Lilo. The original voice of Stitch, Chris Sanders is also signing on to reprise his role.
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