Will Yun Lee stars in "Hawaii Five-0" on CBS in the recurring role of Sang Min. He previously starred as Jae on NBC's remake of "Bionic Woman."

One of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People," Will Yun Lee is an emerging talent on the big and small screens. He is an actor with an unusual depth that sets him apart from other rising young Asian-American actors.

On the big screen, Lee starred opposite Jennifer Garner in the feature film "Elektra." Will Yun Lee also starred in the independent film "Face," directed by Bertha Bay-Sa Pan, that premiered in the dramatic competition at Sundance 2002. Lee's other recent film credits include Warner Bros. "Torque" and MGM's 007 adventure "Die Another Day."

Born in Arlington, Virginia, to immigrant parents from Korea, Lee's character was nourished both by the traditional values of his family and the decidedly un-spiritual socio-economic climate of the 1980s. He was raised by both immediate and extended family and moved often, exposed to life ranging from the tough Bronx streets to the idyllic Hawaiian beaches. By his teens he was living in the San Francisco area with his father, a Korean tae kwan do grandmaster. Lee also became an accomplished martial artist, and won an athletic scholarship to the University of California at Berkeley.

While in school, Lee worked at East Bay Asian Youth Center, teaching high-risk teens from ghetto neighborhoods not unlike those he had known as a child in the Bronx. It was there that his ongoing commitment to young people began, a commitment that continues to play an important role in his life.

It was also at this time that Lee became seriously interested in acting. After landing a role in "Nash Bridges" He moved to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career. Guest-star roles in television series such as "Profiler" and "Brimstone" led to roles in the television movie "The Disciples" and eventually in the critically acclaimed Sundance film opener "What's Cooking"—and to his best known role as Danny Woo on "Witchblade." Lee co-starred in the series opposite Yancy Butler for its two seasons. In summer 2007, he played Mazarin in the television show "Fallen," co-starring with Bryan Cranston and Paul Wesley.

At home in Los Angeles, Lee continues to teach martial arts and study acting, drawn to them both because "neither can ever be completely mastered."


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Age: 46 years old
Birthday: March 22, 1971
Height: 5' 9"
Full Name / Real Name: Sang-Wook Lee
Birthplace: Arlington, VA

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beauty says:
that is not his birth name , wish he picks up better scripts , he is much handsome, lived in Hawaii, swim like a fish, ride a motorcyle well , so why wasn't he picked to play regular role in Hawaii Five-0 than criminal , make him unfriendly, he born in USA, made him speak with heavy accents which he is NOT.. he was born in State. he is very smart kid with always A in his classes.
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