William Yun Lee's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Facts About William Yun Lee
|Estimate Net Worth||$20 million|
|Birthday||March 22, 1971|
William Yun Lee's Early Life
Lee was born to Korean parents in Arlington, Virginia. His parents are Taekwondo grandmaster Soo Woong Lee and his mother, Jung Ja Lee. At the age of three, William started training, and during his early years, he worked as a teacher at Lee’s Tae Kwon Do training center, his family’s business in Napa, California. At age three, Cash received a diagnosis of Moyamoya disease, a rare blood condition. (3)
William Yun Lee's Education
William moved around a lot as a child, attending 23 different schools. Lee received a full athletic scholarship to attend UC Berkeley, where she studied political science and ethnic studies.
William Yun Lee's Wife and Family Life
In October 2010, Lee wed the actress Jennifer Birmingham in Shreveport, Louisiana. In June 2013, their son Cash was born.
William Yun Lee's Career
High-profile movies like Die Another Day, Torque, The King of Fighters, and Elektra featured Lee in supporting roles. Additionally, he appeared in the miniseries Thief on the FX Network and Fallen on the ABC Family. He most recently appeared in True Blood as “Mr. Gus” and Hawaii Five-0 as the recurring character “Sang Min.” (1)
Additionally, in James Mangold’s The Wolverine, he portrayed Kenuichio Harada. The original body of the main character Takeshi Kovacs in the science fiction Netflix series Altered Carbon was played by Lee in several episodes in 2018.
Undercover cop Wei Shen, voiced by Lee, is the main character in Square Enix’s Hong Kong open-world crime game Sleeping Dogs.
In 2002, People named him as one of their “50 Most Beautiful People”, which quickly led to high-profile roles. He was once more honored by People in November 2007 when they included him on their 15 “Sexiest Men Alive.”
Lee is among the actors, producers, and directors interviewed in the 2006 film The Slanted Screen, directed by Jeff Adachi, about the representation of Asian and Asian American men in Hollywood. He was showcased in the music video of Mariah Carey’s “Boy (I Need You)” as well as Ice Cube’s “Roll Call.” (4)
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