Name: Eric Yorkie
Special Ability: None
About Them: Eric Yorkie is a classmate of Bella Swan who was immediately interested in her when she movec to Forks, Washington. He is described as being an "overly helpful" chess club/math type, he is very tall with a poor complexion, and hair as black as an oil slick. He reminds Bella of being greasy. He is resentful of Mike Newton’s similar interest in Bella and is later seen walking the other way after Mike is hit with a snowball. Eric is among the many that ask Bella to a school dance, but she declines and he goes with Angela Weber instead. He continues to hang around Bella awaiting a miracle like the other boys, however, Bella just sees it as amusing. At the end of the saga we see that Eric is valedictorian of his graduating class.
Their Early History: Due to being human, there is no past for Eric Yorkie. Only the future lies ahead of him.
Name: Justin Jitae Chon
Nick Name(s): None
Date of Birth: May 29th 1981
Height: 5’ 7”
Eye Color: Brown
Fun Fact: Justin's father is a South Korean film star.
Hometown(s): Irvine & Orange County California
Career: Justin Chon started acting in 2005 in shows such as Jack & Bobby and Taki & Luci. Justin played the role of Bobbie in the movie Puff, Puff, Pass. Justin came to fame in 2006 when he played Peter Wu in the Disney Channel film Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior. He also played Tony Lee in the Nickelodeon sitcom Just Jordan, Chester Lopman in Zoom! and Joe Chang in Ball’s Out: The Gary Houseman Story. In 2008, Justin landed the role of Eric Yorkie, a geeky nerdy high-schooler, in the film Twilight, based on the book by Stephenie Meyer. Justin is expected to return as Eric Yorkie in New Moon due out late 2009.
About Them: Justin Jitae Chon is an American born actor of Korean heritage. Justin loves vampire movies. One of his favorite movies is Interview with the Vampire. Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Johnny Depp, Sean Penn, and Daniel Day-Lewis are several of the actors Justin looks up to. Justin was in the marching band in his high school and played the saxophone. Justin loves to surf, play music, and watch TV in his free time. Justin owns a shoe company called Attic-it has two locations, one in Buena Park and one in San Diego. Justin plays the piano, guitar, violin, and saxophone and is currently in a band as a “creative outlet.” Justin loves to skateboard and he speaks fluent Korean.
Quick Quote: “My father has always told me "Never get too comfortable because it can all be gone at any moment." I feel as though this advice has caused me to constantly work hard.”