May 17

RobotUnderdog Live Action: Yoshi Sudarso as Mirai Gohan

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Remember this face; you just may be seeing it on the big screen soon. Yoshua “Yoshi” Sudarso.

Yoshua “Yoshi” Sudarso was born April 12, 1989 in Jakarta, Indonesia. It’s been two weeks since we confirmed his role as Mirai Gohan in RobotUnderdogs Dragon Ball Z live action project, “Future Destroyed”. Thanks to a recent post on Reddit, we were fortunate enough to come across a “stunt reel” video of Yoshi performing some crazy stunts, in what looks like multiple productions he’s done over the past year.

Watch this video and see what Yoshi Sudarso can do!

Yoshi could be found on Twitter and Instagram.

To learn more about Yoshi, take some time to read this short write up found of him.

Yoshua “Yoshi” Sudarso is an ethnically Chinese Indonesian native who moved to the U.S. in 1997 with his family at the age of 9 to escape the religious riots between the Muslims and the Christians. Now 21, he currently attends college, though he and his younger brother, Peter, had rough beginnings as they were enrolled in school at a later time and learned English through The Cartoon Network. As non-native English speakers, they even faced bullying up until high school.

“I use the negativity that people throw at me to turn it into motivation to grow and be a better version of myself, and of course, I ask for God’s help because I can’t do this on my own,” says Yoshi. “I can’t wait to see where He takes me in my life.”

In the works

Yoshi has a full plate with stunts, modeling, cheer, dancing and acting, among some of his many “hobbies.” He just finished Cal State Long Beach’s musical version of Nine, walked the runway for the 2nd annual Freedom and Fashion show, and stunt-doubled for the Blue Lightspeed Power Ranger, Mike Chaturantabut. “These are my recent projects, but I’m always working on my own stuff, too: filming with friends and doing student films to get closer to my goal.”

Life’s mission

He takes on a real-life Power Ranger role because he’d like to eventually morph stunt doubling and acting into an action star career.


Just as high as his kicks, he aims to be at the same level as Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan who’s infiltrated into Hollywood. “I have many figures that I look up to, but the main one has got to be Jackie Chan, as cliché as that is. He is so diverse and creative, just to be able to work with him would be amazing.”


“Don’t ever give up. Every time you fail, it’s a chance to grow and make yourself better. Learn from it and stay positive!”

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