Ke Huy Quan: From forgotten child star to Oscars hero 

Ke Huy Quan began his acting career at the age of 12, playing memorable roles in films like "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom."

Despite his early success, Quan struggled to find work as he grew older and faced stereotypes and discrimination in Hollywood.

However, Quan never gave up on his passion for acting and continued to pursue roles in both film and television.

In recent years, Quan has experienced a resurgence in popularity and critical acclaim for his work, including his role in the Academy Award-winning film "Minari."

Quan's portrayal of the character Paul in "Minari" has earned him praise for his nuanced and emotional performance.

The film itself has been celebrated for its authentic portrayal of the Korean-American experience and has been recognized with multiple award nominations and wins.

Quan has also been an advocate for diversity and representation in the entertainment industry, speaking out against the lack of opportunities for Asian actors

His perseverance and talent have made him a role model for aspiring actors and a beloved figure in the film community.

Ke Huy Quan's journey from child star to Oscars hero is a testament to the power of resilience, hard work, and staying true to oneself.