WILL YUN LEE (Harada) is an incredible talent on both the big and small screens and is rapidly establishing himself as an action movie star.
Lee was seen starring as Captain Lo, the villain in the MGM feature Red Dawn,sharing the screen with Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson. The movie, directed by Dan Bradley, tells the story of a town in Washington State that awakens to the surreal sight of foreign paratroopers dropping from the sky as the town becomes the initial target of a U.S. invasion. Determined to fight back, a group of young patriots seek refuge in the surrounding woods, training and reorganizing themselves into a small band of guerilla fighters. Inspired by their high school mascot, they call themselves The Wolverines as they band together to protect one another, liberate their town from its captors, and take back their freedom.
Lee was also just seen in Sony's Total Recall reboot with Colin Farrell and Kate Beckinsale, in Lionsgate's 3D dance feature Cobu 3D, andon CBS's hit series Hawaii Five-0. Additionally, Lee has completed the upcoming video game Sleeping Dogs - an open-world "cop drama" set in Hong Kong. The game puts players in the boots of Wei Shen (Lee), an undercover police officer fighting through the seedy criminal underworld of the sprawling city. The cast involves high calibre actors, including Emma Stone, Tom Wilkinson, and Lucy Liu. Sleeping Dogs is under the Square Enix banner (Tomb Raider, Final Fantasy, Hitman) of United Front Games.
Lee's additional feature credits include the Marvel/Fox action flickElektra, James Bond's Die Another Day, and Torque for Warner Bros., and the independent features 5 Star Day with Cam Gigandet, Inferno's King of Fighters with Maggie Q, the Chinese featureFar Away Eyes,Oka Amerikee!, and Where the Road Meets the Sun with Eric Mabius. Lee also starred in the critically acclaimed HBO/BBC film Tsunami: The Aftermath alongside Tim Roth, Sophie Okonedo, Toni Collette and Chiwetel Ejiofor,and in the Emmy nominated F/X mini-series Thief.
Will Yun Lee was born in Arlington, Virginia. Raised byextended family andparents who emigrated from Korea, Lee found himself moving all over the U.S., from the tough Bronx streets to the idyllic Hawaiian beaches. Training in San Francisco under his father, a Tae Kwon Do Grandmaster, Lee also became an accomplished martial artist and won an athletic scholarship to the University of California at Berkeley. While there, Lee began studying acting, as well as working at the East Bay Asian Youth Centre, where he taught at-risk teens, a cause which continues to be important to him.
After landing a role in Nash Bridges,he moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting full time. Guest-starring rolesin series such as Profiler and Brimstone led to lead roles in The Disciples for UPN, What's Cooking, and TNT's hit series Witchblade.
Lee currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife.
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