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Ruivivar back in the isles with guest spot on 'Five-0'

By Wayne Harada

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 03, 2014

~~<p>Local-boy actor <strong>Anthony Ruivivar</strong> has filmed the first of an ongoing story arc that will keep him visible in his hometown during the fifth season of CBS' &quot;Hawaii Five-0.&quot;</p>
<p>Ruivivar, the son of <strong>Society of Seven</strong> leader-founder <strong>Tony Ruivivar</strong>, has completed the first of several guest spots on the Hawaii-based procedural he's contracted to do through August. His debut on the reboot reunites him with <strong>Scott Caan</strong>, who plays Danny Williams, since they share a shred of history. &quot;We are good friends, having done the movie &lsquo;Speed of Life' together in New York City in the late 1990s,&quot; said Ruivivar. Both were unknowns then.</p>
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Local-boy actor Anthony Ruivivar has filmed the first of an ongoing story arc that will keep him visible in his hometown during the fifth season of CBS' "Hawaii Five-0."

Ruivivar, the son of Society of Seven leader-founder Tony Ruivivar, has completed the first of several guest spots on the Hawaii-based procedural he's contracted to do through August. His debut on the reboot reunites him with Scott Caan, who plays Danny Williams, since they share a shred of history. "We are good friends, having done the movie ‘Speed of Life' together in New York City in the late 1990s," said Ruivivar. Both were unknowns then. Login for more...



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