Kelvin Han Yee

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Kelvin Han Yee
On-set photograph during the shooting of Wayne Wang's 1985 film, "Dim Sum- A Little Bit of Heart".jpg
Born Kelvin Han Yee
San Francisco
Years active 1986–present

Kelvin Han Yee is an American actor. He has appeared in films such as Milk (as Gordon Lau), Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (as Vietnamese Crime Boss), Lucky You (as Chico Banh), The Island (as a Censor), So I Married an Axe Murderer (as Master Cho), Answers to Nothing (as an EMT), Sweet November (as Burly Man), Patch Adams, Life Tastes Good (as Max), Clint Eastwood's True Crime (as Zachary Platt), A Great Wall (as Paul Fang, the film was also the first American Feature Film to be shot in the People's Republic of China by MGM).

He is also known for his roles in TV Shows such as Chicago P.D. (as Dennis Lee), Hawaii Five-0 (as Chief of Police Mahaka), Criminal Minds, Eastwick, Crash (as Chun Soo Park), Lie to Me (as Ambassador Park Jung-Soo), Prison Break (as Company Surgeon), Entourage, The Mentalist (as Davis in the pilot episode as well as in the 2012 episode, "The Crimson Ticket"), Chuck (as Rashan Chen), Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Young and the Restless (as Dr. Jun), Accidentally on Purpose, 24 (as Craig Erwich), Sucker Free City, Days of Our Lives, The Bold and the Beautiful (as Dr. Ying), E-Ring (as Admiral Chin), Hawaii (as Detective Scott Chen) and Nash Bridges (as Dr. Fong, Gene Kwon and Gordon Chang).

Yee has also appeared in a number of independent film projects including Christian Filippella's Silver Case, as TC in Rob Nilsson's Chalk, as the "Wheeler Dealer Uncle" in Christine Yoo's Wedding Palace, as Lee Luke, Keye Luke's father in Timothy Tau's bio-pic Keye Luke, as Mitch in Feodor Chin's Golden Boy, as Judge Simon Yee in Megan Lee's Music Video for "Destiny" (Directed by Timothy Tau), as the Police Chief known as "The Chief" in Timothy Tau's web series Quantum Cops and as "Uncle Wong" in Stephane Gauger's TV pilot about 1890 San Francisco Chinatown, Chinatown Squad, which was written by Feodor Chin.

Yee is a San Francisco, California native. He was one of the original members of the Improv group The National Theater Of The Deranged. He was a member of the acting company of the American Conservatory Theater for six seasons. He was also the first Asian American Actor at Ashland's Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He has also acted in plays with the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Boston's Huntington Theater, the San Jose Stage, the East West Players and The Lodestone Theatre Ensemble.[1]



  1. ^ Nelson Wong, AArisings: A-Profiler: Kelvin Han Yee,

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