Legendary Hawaii entertainer Al Harrington dies at age 85
By Star-Advertiser staff |
September 22, 2021
| Updated on September 22, 2021 at 10:02 am
Al Harrington, Herman Wedemeyer and Jack Lord.
Al Harrington photographed on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser offices.
Amy Agbayani, left, Faye Kennedy, Al Harrington, Sherry Graham and "Little Albert" Maligmat at the Hawai'i State Art Museum.
Louis Rato took a selfie with Kit Harrington and his wife, Rosa, along the red carpet at the CBS screening of “Hawaii Five-0,” episode one of Season 9, and the premiere of “Magnum P.I.” at Sunset on the Beach in Waikiki on Sunday. The celebration coincides with the 50th anniversary of the original “Hawaii Five-O” which debuted in 1968.
This is (l-r) Daniel Dae Kim's lei (who plays Chin Ho Kelly), Alex O'Loughlin (Steve McGarrett) and Al Harrington (who was in the original 5-0 and has appeared in the present 5-0 series) giving the shaka sign.
Family, friends and fans of Don Ho celebrated the late musician’s 89th birthday with the annual Don Ho “Suck ‘Em Up” celebration at the International Market Place on Sunday. The event featured a blessing, lei presentation, music, hula and guest speakers. Ho was a main attraction at the Duke Kahanamoku nightclub in the 1960s located in the International Market Place where he played hits such as “Tiny Bubbles” and “I’ll Remember You.” Pictured is Hawaii Five-0 actor Al Harrington kissing the bronze statue of Don Ho during the lei draping.
Al Harrington, singing emcee, dancer, at the Thursday only Polynesian picnic at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Long House. November 5, 1970.
Al Harrington. February 19, 1974.
Al Harrington. His show at the Garden Lanai of the Ala Moana Hotel.
State House President Richard Wong goes over some points with entertainer Al Harrington.