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 he became seriously interested in acting, and after landing a role in Nash Bridges he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career.Lee also became an accomplished martial artist and won an athletic scholarship to the University of California at Berkeley.
On 2007, the same magazine named him as one of the 15 Sexiest Men alive.
As of now, this actor has been involved in starring on the TNT Supernatural drama series called Witchblade as Danny Woo.
He has also acted on FX Network's mini-series Thief and ABC Family's TV movie Mini-series Fallen.
He recently guest starred in Hawaii Five-0 as recurring character "Sang Min", and in True Blood as "Mr. He also played Kenuichio Harada in James Mangold's The Wolverine (2013).
He is best known for his roles as Danny Woo in the supernatural drama series Witchblade and Jae Kim in the science fiction drama series Bionic Woman.
Lee has also portrayed notable roles in the films Die Another Day (2002), Elektra (2005), and The Wolverine (2013).
He got supporting roles in several movies like Die Another Day, Elektra, Torque as well as The King of Fighters, which led him to fame. He played the role of Kenuicho Harada in the movie The Wolverine.
After his success here, he was called upon to act in the television series like the FX;s Thief, ABC’s Fallen and also as a guest star for Hawaii Five-0 where he acts as Sang Min. On the crime game Sleeping Dogs, he provides the voice of the protagonist, his inclusion in the People list of 50 Most Beautiful People, led him to obtain several high profile roles since 2002.
He was raised by both immediate and extended family and moved often, exposed to life on the tough Bronx streets and idyllic Hawaiian beaches.
By his teens he was living in the San Francisco area with his father, a Korean Tae Kwon Do Grandmaster.
He was in the music video of Mariah Carey's "Boy (I Need You)" as well as Ice Cube's "Roll Call".