Reggie Lee is an American actor who played William Kim on the show Prison Break and also appeared as Tai Huang in two Pirates of the Caribbean films, as well as The Fast and the Furious. Currently, he plays the role of Tom in the NBC series Persons Unknown.
Born of Filipino descent, Reggie Lee, the oldest of three sons, was born in Quezon City, Philippines to Zenaida Telmo and Jesus Espiritu Valdez. He continues to speak Tagalog. As a child, the family moved to Strongsville, Ohio where Reggie graduated from Padua, a Franciscan High School. The 1990s found Lee relocating to New York City and Los Angeles only to hit the road again and tour nationally in the musical Heartstrings and later in Miss Saigon. With his tremendous success on stage, it is no surprise that Broadway came calling when he was cast in the original company of the Tony Award-winning musical, Carousel. In 1997, he received a Dramalogue Critics Award for his performance in F.O.B. at East West Players. With his critical acclaim, Lee also starred in their production of Carry the Tiger to the Mountain.
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