The Elissa Pages The Elissa Pages

THE ELISSA PAGES


Elissa Dulce, later known as Elissa Dulce Hoopai, appeared in nine episodes of Hawaii Five-O, from the sixth to the eleventh season.

She also appeared in several other TV productions including Magnum, P.I. (a recurring role as Rosine, King Kamehameha Club waitress), Baywatch Hawaii and Sanford and Son: The Hawaiian Connection, as well as Jack Lord's post-Five-O production of M Station Hawaii.

The pages below give brief summaries of her Five-O roles as well as some screen shots from each of those episodes.
Most of the pages also have video clips.

HAWAII FIVE-O

Banzai Pipeline

Nightmare in Blue

We Hang Our Own

Death's Name is Sam

Honor is an Unmarked Grave

Man in a Steel Frame

The Ninth Step

A Death in the Family

A Distant Thunder


1997 Hawaii Five-O Pilot


HAWAII FIVE-0

Ke Koa Lokomaika'i (The Good Soldier)


OTHER SHOWS:

SANFORD AND SON
With New Screen Shots!
The Hawaiian Connection: Part 1

CODE NAME DIAMOND HEAD
1977 TV Pilot

THE ROCKFORD FILES
The Hawaiian Headache

M STATION HAWAII
1980 TV Pilot

MAGNUM, P.I.
All Roads Lead to Floyd
I Witness
Echoes of the Mind: Part 1
The Man from Marseilles
Blood and Honor
Find Me a Rainbow
The Great Hawaiian Adventure Company
Resolutions

GOODBYE PARADISE
1991 Theatrical Movie

BAYWATCH HAWAII
Dangerous Games
The Ex-Files
Father Faust
Rescue Me

PARTS OF THE SAME CIRCLE
2011 Movie


ELISSA TRIVIA:

Elissa appears in two Five-O shows where her husband (two different characters) is played by Jerry Waialae.
As well, she appears in two shows where one of the featured actors is James Olson.

On Baywatch Hawaii she had a recurring role as Stacy Kamano's mom. Pat Morita played her husband.

In early 2010, Elissa performed as AnMei Hsu, one of the mothers in The Joy Luck Club at the Diamond Head Theatre.
Over ten years before she did the play in a smaller venue, the Kumu Kahua Theatre in downtown Honolulu.
In that production, she played another mother, Lindo Jong.


Read Jerry Pickard's 2006 interview with Elissa from Central Dispatch, the Five-O newsletter.