|Full Name||Bobby Lee|
|Birth Name||Robert Lee, Jr.|
|Birth City||San Diego|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Robert Lee|
|Mother Name||Jeanie Lee|
|Filmography||Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle,A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas,The Dictator|
|Education||Poway High School|
|Date of Birth||September 17,1971|
American actor and comedian, Bobby Lee, first came to stardom after competing on sketch comedy television series Mad TV. He also notably appeared as Kenneth Park in the stoner comedy film Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle. His other critically acclaimed televisions series and movies include Big Time Rush, Paul, and A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas.
Bobby Lee was born Robert Lee, Jr. on September 17, 1971, in San Diego, California, United States. He is the son of Jeanie Lee and Robert Lee. He has a younger brother Steve Lee.
Lee was first sent to Painted Rock Elementary School. He attended Twin Peaks Middle School and Poway High School as well. In the high school year, he was a member of a dancing team.
While he was attending Palomar College, he began doing a part-time job in coffee shops and restaurants.
Lee is a married man. The actor tied the knot with Khalyla Kuhn in August 2016 at New York Church. As per reports, his wife is a social media personality.
The duo first met on Tinder in 2013 and soon later, started dating. They dated for three years before exchanging wedding vows.
Apart from that, Lee runs a clothing store in Escondido and Encinitas, California. He is of Korean descent.
The 48 years old actor stands at the height of 5 feet 3 inches or 164 cm. He weighs around 67 kg or 147 lbs. He has black hair color with a dark brown eye.
The 48-year-old actor has amassed a tremendous amount of fortune from his acting and stand-up career. As of April 2020, he owns a net worth of $1 million.
Lee was part of the 2012 movie The Dictator, which production cost was $65 million and gathered $179 million at the box office.
He also bagged some paychecks from his social media, Instagram, where he has over 500 thousand followers. As per the Influencer Marketing Hub, he makes $1,679.25 to $2,798.75 per sponsored post.
Lee made his debut appearance as a Chinese man in 1999 film The Underground Comedy Movie. He then appeared in the TV film Unreal TV in 2001.
His other early projects include Accidentally on Purpose, CurbYou Enthusiasm, and Undoing. From 2001-2016, he was cast in the sketch comedy television series Mad TV.
He also notably appeared as Kenneth Park in the stoner comedy film Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle in 2004. From 2005-2006, he was cast in the television series Mind of Mencia.
In 2010, Lee featured in the comedy-sport television series Cubed. A year later, he acted as Valet in the adventure-comedy film Paul.
Bobby starred as Mr. Lao in the comedy film The Dictator alongside Sayed Badreya, Liam Campora, and Aasif Mandvi. He currently appears as Tricky Ricky in the comedy show Dream Corp LLC.