|Bobby Lee Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 4½ in|
|Date of Birth||September 17, 1971|
Bobby Lee is an American actor, comedian, content creator, and podcaster who is well-recognized for his portrayal of Kenneth Park in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Bobby in Pineapple Express, and as Mr. Lao in The Dictator. Besides that, he is also known to be the founder of the weekly podcast TigerBelly.
Robert Young Lee Jr.
Bobby Lee, The Slept King
San Diego, California, United States
Bobby started off his schooling at the Painted Rock Elementary School and from there, he went on to attend Twin Peaks Middle School.
Later, he completed his studies at the Poway High School in Poway, California. Bobby also briefly attended Palomar College before deciding to quit.
Actor, Comedian, Podcaster, Content Creator
- Father – Robert Lee
- Mother – Jeanie
- Siblings – Steve Lee (Younger Brother) (Musician, Host)
Bobby is represented by Creative Artists Agency, Leviton Management, and Isaac Dunham at Schreck Rose Dapello & Adams.
5 ft 4½ in or 164 cm
71 kg or 156.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Bobby has dated –
- Khalyla Kuhn (2016-Present)
Race / Ethnicity
Both of his parents are of Korean-American descent.
- Thin eyebrows
- Long shoulder length hair
- Sports a thin mustache and goatee
In 2005, Bobby was featured in a commercial for IBM.
Bobby Lee Facts
- He and his younger brother Steve were brought up in Poway, California.
- Lee was 18 years old when he decided to vacate from his parent’s home. After that, he worked at several restaurants and coffee shops that were located in the San Diego area in order to support himself.
- Bobby’s mother and father were owners of clothing stores that were located in Escondido and Encinitas, California.
- As of October 2020, Bobby’s mother was residing in Phoenix, Arizona. Whereas, his brother Steve ran The Steebee Weebee podcast.
- He began his career as a comedian in 1994 after he lost his job due to the abrupt closing of a coffee shop that he had been working in at the time. Fortunately for Bobby, he stumbled upon The Comedy Store – La Jolla in San Diego. However, he had lost the support of his parents as they did not want him to be a comedian but he and his family reconciled after his appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 2002.
- In 2013, Bobby was chosen to host the 9th MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit Concert.
- When Bobby was 12 years old, he started doing methamphetamine and marijuana, which soon led to a serious addiction. However, after going through 3 drug-rehabilitation attempts, he eventually gave up meth at the age of 17. Nevertheless, 12 years later, Bobby began doing drugs once again after he got addicted to Vicodin but gave it up until the passing of his father in August 2019.
- As of 2020, he was a recovering alcoholic.
- He made his debut feature film appearance as a Chinese Man in The Underground Comedy Movie in 1999.
Featured Image By Bobby Lee / Instagram