Reggie Lee

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Reggie Lee stars as Sgt. Wu on NBC’s hit sci-fi police drama Grimm. Prior to Grimm, he was best known for his role as Secret Service Agent Bill Kim on the popular FOX show Prison Break. Since having starred as Lance Nguyen, the snakeskin-wearing, motorcycle-riding, cold-blooded killer, in Universal's high-octane blockbuster The Fast and the Furious in 2001, Lee has had memorable roles in film playing Tai Huang' the villainous right-hand man of Chow Yun Fat Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, starring opposite Jason Statham in Lionsgate’s Safe, opposite Justin Long and Allison Lohman in Sam Raimi’s Universal thriller Drag Me to Hell, and in Ben Stiller’s directorial debut Tropic Thunder, opposite Stiller, Jack Black, and Robert Downey Jr. More recently, he appeared in Here Comes the Boom with Kevin James and Salma Hayek, and The Dark Knight Rises with Joseph Gordon Levitt and Christian Bale.

Lee has also had regular and recurring roles on television in the Fox comedy Luis, Lifetime’s The Division, Judging Amy, and Philly, NBC’s Persons Unknown, and ABC’s No Ordinary Family. He has guest-starred on dozens of other shows.

Born in Quezon City, Philippines, Lee is the eldest of three sons and continues to speak Tagalog in addition to English, along with conversational Mandarin and Cantonese. As a child, the family moved to Cleveland, Ohio where he spent his grade school and high school years and trained at the Cleveland Playhouse among other venues.  Lee relocated to Los Angeles in the 90's where he immediately found work in television and theatre. He then hit the road and toured nationally in the musical Heartstrings,  and later in Miss Saigon, and was ultimately cast in the original company of the 1994 Tony-Award-Winning Broadway revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel.  He then relocated back to Los Angeles, where he currently resides. In 1997, Lee received a Los Angeles Dramalogue Critics Award for his performance in F.O.B. at East West Players and continues to be active with the nation's leading Asian American theatre.