|Born||Angel James Dee III
July 27, 1982 
Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines
|Alma mater||Ateneo de Naga University|
|Agent||Star Magic (2004–2009)|
|Family||Enchong Dee (brother)|
Angel James Dee III, professionally known as AJ Dee (born July 27, 1982 in Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines) is a Filipino actor, model and swimmer. He is the brother of fellow swimmer and actor Enchong Dee.
While in high school, Dee participated in the Philippines' Palarong Pambansa and was picked to join the Philippine swimming team and participated in events in Hong Kong, Brunei, Singapore, and Taiwan.
Dee became a co-host of the variety show MTB: Ang Saya Saya after becoming a runner-up on the show's "TV Idol UR D Man" contest. Previously, Dee had a small role in Basta't Kasama Kita and was one of the hosts of ABS-CBN's regional variety show Kilig Bicool!
Dee's first film appearance was in Star Cinema's Dreamboy in 2005. In the same year, he was cast in the primetime teleserye, Vietnam Rose and joined The Buzz as one of the hosts of the "Wanna Buzz" segment.
Aside from acting, Dee modeled for Bench and appeared in TV commercials. He also maintains a fashion blog—The Filo Dapper.
Dee studied high school at Naga Hope Christian School and obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree at the Ateneo de Naga University. He is the older brother of Enchong Dee.
|2005||MTB: Ang Saya Saya||Himself - Host|||
|2005||Vietnam Rose||Tran Him Hahn-Trihn|||
|2006||The Buzz||Himself - Host||Segment: "WannaBuzz", "PBB Buzz"|||
|2007||U Can Dance Version 2||Himself - Contestant|||
|2009||Precious Heart Romances: The Bud Brothers||Anton|
|2009–11||Show Me Da Manny||Marco Antonio Barreiro|
|2012||Tweets For My Sweet||Ariel|
|2013||Never Say Goodbye||Steve|
|2013||Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala||Edgar|
|2013||Maghihintay Pa Rin||Lance|
|2014||Moon of Desire||Caleb|
|2014||Sa Puso ni Dok||Jomar|
|2015||Bridges of Love||Louie Sandejas|||
|2015||Pasión de amor||Daniel Burgos|||
|2016||Tubig at Langis||Matteo|||
|2006||Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di||Anderson|
|2007||You Got Me!||Francis Villanueva|
|2008||When Love Begins||Greg|
|2009||Love Me Again||Koboy|
|2010||You to Me Are Everything||Carding|
|2012||My Amiga Girl|
|2012||Shake, Rattle and Roll Fourteen: The Invasion||Pvt. 1st Class Blas Rogado||Segment: "Lost Command"|
|2015||Etiquette for Mistresses||Man in car||Cameo|
|2006||Oedipus the King||Oedipus||Cultural Center of the Philippines|||
|2007||A Portrait of the Artist||Tony Javier|||
|2011||The Frog Prince||Frog Prince||Clark Pampanga Theater|
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