With theatre being his background, Lee has left the boards for now to find a place in the ranks of film, television and commercials.
His acting abilities range from the crazed child killer T. Norman in The Cost of Doing Business to the crazed Howal Gode in the fan film Flight From Shadow (2014 Filmed In Utah Award). Though both roles may be titled "crazed" he can show another bit of "crazed" in the web series Crash Pad the series (2014 Best Series - Filmed In Utah Awards).
He guest stared in the first independent full-length television show that aired on television and the web. The series, The Gap, written by Christopher Henderson, has earned several critic's reviews and people's choice for a ground-breaking web series.
Most recently, Lee has worked behind the film scene as a Line Producer; Transcriber; Casting Director; set PA; and other duties necessary on set to get the job done in music videos and other productions as Daytona (Travis Bogosian); King Cake: A Big Easy Story (Will Hess); Hell's Kitty (Nicholas Tana); ScreamBirds (Mike Murray) and most recently the documentary Escaping the Holocaust (Josh Webber).
His producing work has won first place at The Sundance Film Festival for his Spot On commercial (Lose the Green Screen) that ran for two Sundance Film Festival seasons (2012 and 2013); An Honorable Mention for Sundance (We Found Our Location) and many other commercials and several independent film projects.
Lee has worked with notable talents as David Krumholtz; Anna Hutchison; James Russo; Luke Perry; John Goodman; Glen Morshower; Richard Hatch; Michael Knowles; Nicholas Tana; Eric Roberts; Jamison Haase.
In Los Angeles, Lee has studied at UCB and LA On-Camera Training Center. He has studied with Bill Coelius, Michael Knowles, Jamison Haase, Kevin E. West, Josh Simpson and Mike Pointer.
Lee is currently in the works on season two of Crash Pad, and looks forward to the continued success that L.A. is bringing him.
In his pastime, Lee searches for some form of income to pay the rent and along the way he has started to re-read some books from his high school: (no, not Algebra; Science; Music Theory; etc) - Tom Sawyer, Hunchback of Notre Dame; Les Miserables; Tale of Two Cities.
"I appreciate the neighborhoods that let me know there are slow children playing"
Lee resides in Studio City, Ca.