Whatever happened to the kid that played Short Round in the Indiana Jones films?
you know the kid that always said okie dokie doctor Jones. He was also a main character in the classic cult film The Goonies.
After graduating from USC’s School of Cinema, Jonathan did a little of everything outside of acting. He worked on a short film as an editor and cinematographer. He worked in sound editing, as a foley artist. But his biggest work has been in the field of fight choreography. He was an assistant to the fight choreographer of THE X-MEN and JET LI’S THE ONE.
He became a drunk stand up comedian desperately trying to live off his ten minutes of fame from yesteryear.
Ke Huy Quan (Jonathan Ke Quan) was born Aug. 20, 1971 in Saigon. He moved to the U.S. when he was just a child. He played in Indiana Jones as Short Round and also as Data in 'The Goonies'.
He played on television in the series 'Together We Stand' '86-'87 and then 'Head of the Class' '89 - '91. He has done several movies and even worked as a stunt choreographer for 'X-men' and 'The One'.
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