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Ronny Cho (Character)
from "Traffic" (2004)

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Traffic: :  -- We meet First Class passengers Hugh, Earl of Manton (Linus Roache, “Law and Order”), his imperious wife, Louisa (Geraldine Somerville, the “Harry Potter” films), and their reluctant daughter, Georgianna (Perdita Weeks, “The Tudors”)
Traffic: :  -- Episode two opens with political tensions in Belfast interfering with the construction of new liner Titanic.
Traffic: :  -- The final Episode has Mrs. Widener’s party in high spirits in Gatti’s Restaurant, while below decks Paolo makes a meaningful introduction, and the Maloneys dream of their new life in America.
Traffic: :  -- The squabbling Mantons’ maid, Watson, is seen inexplicably loitering in steerage, and Barnes is shocked to discover the reasons why, while Paolo startles kindly steward Annie with an impulsive gesture.
Traffic: :  -- A three-part miniseries which offers a look into the world of trafficking, where drugs, weapons, and even people are traded all over the world. Here, the lives of three Seattle-based men become intertwined ... until they're all in over their heads.

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  1. "Traffic" (2004) TV series Played by Nelson Lee
    ... aka "Traffic: The Miniseries" - USA (promotional title)

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