Award-winning Dana Lee is a veteran actor who has achieved success on stage, TV and film. Film credits include the Academy Award®-nominated George P. Cosmatos feature RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II starring Academy Award® nominee Sylvester Stallone, which grossed over 300 million dollars worldwide. Lee also enjoyed supporting roles in David Gordon Green’s PINEAPPLE EXPRESS with Academy Award® nominee James Franco and Seth Rogan, RichardDonner’s LETHAL WEAPON 4 with Academy Award® winner Mel Gibson, Betty Thomas’s I SPY with Academy Award® nominees Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson, John Schultz’s big screen remake THE HONEYMOONERS with Cedric the Entertainer, Academy Award® nominee Ron Shelton’s DARK BLUE starring Kurt Russell and NANCY DREW directed by Andrew Fleming and starring Emma Roberts. On the small screen, Lee’s extensive credits include CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM (HBO), JAG (CBS), BROTHERS AND SISTERS (ABC) and the made for TV movie MASK OF THE NINJA. His stage work includes memorable turns at the Public Theater, The Kennedy Center and the Mark Taper Forum. As an award-winning theater director, Lee was a guiding force at East West Players, the nation’s largest producing organization of Asian American artistic work and the longest-running professional theatre of color in the U.S. Lee was born in Guanzhou, China and raised in Houston, Texas.