Brad Asuncion

Photos by Russell Tanoue | Compiled by
March 23, 2007
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Age: 24

Height: 6 feet

Weight: 170

Hometown: Kalihi

Agency: Kathy Muller

Brad’s Favorite Quote/Advice:

“You can be anything you want to be as long as you put your mind to it.”


About Me:

I’m a Farrington High School graduate who grew up in Kalihi Valley, the middle child in a family of Portuguese, Puerto Rican, Polish, Hawaiian, Chinese and Filipino descent. My love for travel led me straight from school into a career with Hawaiian Airlines, where despite my fear of flying I take advantage of the excellent travel benefits. On a dayto-day basis I’m happily grounded, keeping my feet planted on terra firma as a ramp agent.



Restaurant Kin Wah Chop Suey

Club I’d rather chill at a house party

Designer T-shirt and jeans type of guy here

Hotel/Resort W New York at Times Square

Vacation spot I haven’t been there yet, but I’d really love to backpack through Europe

Current movie Invincible

Recording artist Love all types of music

Hobby Hiking, fishing, diving, drawing, etc.

Charity American Cancer Society. I’ve lost some friends and family to cancer.



First Gig Furniture ad for Z-Interiors

Dream Gig Appearing on a billboard somewhere or having a role in a movie - that would be awesome.

Childhood Ambition A cowboy (ha ha), a paleontologist and as I got a little older, an actor. I can still remember as a child acting out scenes of movies like Indiana Jones.

Guilty Pleasure Brownies

If I Ruled the World, I Would… End the war. There are too many young people dying.

What’s up for me in 2007 Getting back on track with modeling after having to set it aside around the end of 2006. I think I’ll try to venture a little more into acting as well.

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