Cinqué Lee

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Cinqué Lee
Born July 1966 (age 51)
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Occupation Actor, filmmaker
Years active 1986–present
Parent(s) Bill Lee
Jacqueline Carroll (née Shelton)
Relatives Joie Lee (sister)
Spike Lee (brother)
David Lee (brother)
Malcolm D. Lee (cousin)

Cinqué Lee (born July 1966) is an American actor and filmmaker. He is the younger brother of filmmaker Spike Lee. Lee has worked in number of different positions of his older brother's films, as a camera operator, video archivist and most notably as a co-screenwriter in the 1994 film Crooklyn. He also had small roles in School Daze (1988) and Oldboy (2013). As an actor, he appeared in the Jim Jarmusch-directed films Mystery Train (1989), Coffee and Cigarettes (2003) and number of other independent films.[1]

Lee is also a filmmaker himself, directing, producing and writing the films Nowhere Fast (1997), Sink Like a Stone (2000, short film), UR4 Given (2004), Window on Your Present (2010) and Burn Out the Day (2010, co-directed with Sean Bohary).[2][3]


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