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Jun Hee Lee



Jun Hee Lee (born 1982) is an American actor.
Lee was born in St. Louis, Missouri. His most major film role was that of the title character in the 2004 film Ethan Mao. In 2005 he played "Kevin" in the gory independent horror film Katiebird * Certifiable Crazy Person and he played "Jimmy" in the straight-to-video American Pie: Band Camp.
That same year he also voiced the blind, teenage assassin Con Smith in the videogame Killer7 for GameCube and PS2. Other voice credits include the video game Nana. Lee also made guest starring roles in the Nickelodeon TV series Drake & Josh.
Lee took the honors of young adult male actor of the year, singing male, and dancing male at the 2002 "IMTA" convention in Los Angeles. Lee was the host of ichannel's prime TV show Asia Street. He also hosted ichannel's most watched music video show Revolution. Lee sings and dances with a group called "Tear 11" under contract with Warner Brothers.
Lee attended Boston University where he majored in Theatre and Management before moving to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. As of spring 2007 he resides in Santa Monica, California.