Eugene Lee (actor)

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Eugene Lee
Eugene Lee 2015.jpg
Lee in 2015
Born Orange County, California

Eugene Lee is an American-born actor of Korean ancestry. He has appeared in work in Asia and in the United States. He hosted the show Popcorn Zen on the American cable network AZN TV. In 2006, he starred in a Singapore TV sitcom called ABC DJ, an English-language fish-out-of-water show not unlike The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Eugene played the lead role of a DJ from Orange County who goes to live with his uptight, traditionalist family in Asia. Most recently, Eugene hosted an international music competition program for bands and singer/songwriters, airing throughout Asia, called "Sutasi."

Eugene grew up in Huntington Beach, California. He attended Dwyer Middle School (1992–1995) and Huntington Beach High School (1995–1999). He currently resides in Los Angeles, California, in the Los Feliz neighborhood. When not traveling abroad (or into the Mojave desert) for work on other projects, he can often be found at the Alcove streetside restaurant and bistro.

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