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Bobby Lee
Born September 17, 1972 (1972-09-17) (age 37)
San Diego, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor/Comedian
Years active 1999–present

Bobby Lee (born September 17, 1972) is an American actor and comedian, notable for his membership in the recurring cast of comedians on the live comedy series MADtv.

Lee, a Korean American, was born in San Diego, California. As MADtv's first cast member of Asian descent, he has played Asian and Asian American celebrities and political figures including Kim Jong-il and Connie Chung. He's also played non-Asian roles including John McCain, Seth MacFarlane (as Stewie Griffin from Family Guy), Jai Rodriguez, and The Penguin from the "Batman" series. Lee performs regularly at the legendary Comedy Store in West Hollywood, California.[1]

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MADtv

Lee joined the cast of MADtv in 2001.

Characters (as seen on MADtv)

  • Bae Sung
  • Joseph Yamanashi was the mainly used name when being yelled at by Keegan Micheal Key as Coach Hines ("Coach Hines")
  • Xing Lao "Johnny" Gan (Many Shows! With Johnny Gan and Pongo)
  • Tank
  • Blind Kung Fu Master (Blind Kung Fu Master)
  • Turtle (Abercrombie & Fitch Employees)
  • Dr. Poon Ji-Sum (Taedo-Attitudes and Feelings, Both Desirable and Sometimes Secretive)
  • Hideki "Haidiki" (Average Asian)
  • Kobesuks (Lords of the Bling)
  • Bobby Swanson (Lorraine Swanson)
  • Connie Chung

References

  1. ^ Shore, Sandi C. (2004). "Callbacks". Sandi C. Shore's secrets to stand-up success : a complete step-by-step workbook. Cincinnati: Emmis Books. pp. 140–141. ISBN 9781578601608. OCLC 56391471. http://books.google.com/books?id=tecvGI5C67gC&pg=PA140. "One of my favorite callbacks is from Bobby Lee, a regular Comedy Store comic and a regular on Mad TV." 

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