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Sumi Haru (also known as Sumi Sevilla Haru; August 25, 1939 – October 16, 2014) was an American film and television actress, best known for such films and television shows as Krakatoa, East of Java, MASH, The Beverly Hillbillies and Hill Street Blues. She served as interim president of Screen Actors Guild in 1995, the first and to-date only woman of color to hold the position.Haru was born Mildred Sevilla in 1939 at Orange, New Jersey to Filipino immigrants. After changing her name to Sumi Haru when launching her acting career, she became involved with the film and television labor movement to address issues concerning the lack of opportunities and roles for Asians.Haru was a board member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) beginning in 1974, and also served multiple terms as the national recording secretary and first vice president.Haru was a co-founder of SAG's Ethnic Employment Opportunities Committee in 1971 and helped negotiate affirmative action clauses into contracts. In 1995, Haru became a national vice president of the AFL-CIO. Her six-year term as a national vice president marked the first time an Asian American has served on the AFL-CIO's executive council. She was president and co-founder of the Association of Asian Pacific American Artists, executive board member of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance and co-chair of the Rainbow Coalition Commission on Fairness in the Media. In 2009, Haru was honored with SAG's Ralph Morgan Award for distinguished service to SAG's Hollywood Division.Her autobiography, Iron Lotus: Memoirs of Sumi Sevilla Haru (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, October 9, 2012; ISBN 978-1479331536), was published in 2012. The following year, she was elected for a two-year term as a member of the first elected national board of the merged SAG-AFTRA.
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Date Of BirthAugust 25, 1939
Place Of BirthOrange, New Jersey, U.S.
Star SignVirgo
1She joined the Screen Actors Guild in 1968, and joined the guild's board in the mid-1970s. Among the groups she co-founded was SAG's Ethnic Employment Opportunities Committee. She helped negotiate SAG's contractual clause that called for a more realistic representation of minorities.
2She studied music at the University of Colorado, but left before getting a degree.
3She changed her name on the advice of an acting coach.
4She hosted and produced shows at KTLA-TV Channel 5, and worked in the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs department.
5Between 1995 and 2001 she was the first Asian-Pacific American to hold the position of national vice president of the AFL-CIO. In 2009, the Screen Actors Guild honored her with the Ralph Morgan Award.
61st. National Vice President of the Screen Actors Guild. National Vice President of the AFL-CIO


Frank TV2008TV SeriesAsian Passerby #1 2008
Hill Street Blues1981TV SeriesPublic Defender
Fast Friends1979TV MovieTV Reporter
Marcus Welby, M.D.1973TV SeriesPatient
The Beverly Hillbillies1971TV SeriesJapanese Girl / Girl #2
MASH1970Japanese Nurse (uncredited)
Ironside1969TV SeriesWitness
Krakatoa: East of Java1968Sumi


Getting Played2010DocumentaryHerself

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The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2015TV SpecialHerself - In Memoriam

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