|Full Name||Bobby Lee|
|Birth Name||Bobby Lee|
|Profession||Actor and Comedian|
|Birth City||San Diego, the USA|
|Filmography||The Dictator, Hangover|
|Education||Poway High School in Poway, California|
American actor, Bobby Lee is best remembered as a cast member on Mad TV. Moreover, he is also recognized for his roles in the movies like Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and Pineapple Express.
Bobby Lee was born in San Diego, the USA on September 17, 1971, to his Korean-American parents Jeanie Lee and Robert Lee. Moreover, his star sign is Virgo, and he is now 47 years of age. He is the eldest son born to his family and was grown up with his younger brother Steve Lee. No further details are available about his childhood. Besides, he holds the Korean-American ethnicity and is from American nationality.
As per his education, Bobby studied in Poway High School in Poway, California where he used to wrestle. Afterward, he attended Palomar College for graduation.
The talented comedian and actor Bobby is married to his longtime girlfriend, Khalyla Kuhn. He met his girlfriend turned wife for the first time through the popular online dating site Tinder. Soon after, they began to talk to each other and started dating each other. Finally, the couple decided to take their relationship one step forward after dating for some time and shared a wedding vows in a private ceremony in August 2016 at New York Church.
Currently, the duo is living happily together with no rumors of separation and divorce. Furthermore, There is not any information available about Bobby’s dating history. However, his wife Khalyla was in an affair with several boyfriends’ in her past.
Moreover, Bobby Lee’s net worth is $1 million at present. He has collected a huge figure from his career. In addition to his career on MADtv, he has also appeared in the movies like “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle”, “The Dictator”, and “Pineapple Express”.
Bobby started his career as a comedian in 1994 when he lost his job at the coffee shop after the business closed down. He then decided to try stand-up after few months of odd jobs at the La Jolla Comedy Store in San Diego. After a year, he got a regular job at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles owned by Mitzi. Moreover, he became the only East Asian cast member of Mad TV in 2001. The series ended in 2009, and he came back for a brief stint when MADtv swung back to action in 2016 on The CW.
Moreover, he also starred in some movies like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Animal Practice, The Dictator, Hangover and British comedy film Laid in America. Furthermore, Bobby started a weekly podcast called Tigerbelly in collaboration with his girlfriend-turned-wife, Khalyla in 2016. During his early days, his parents’ wished him to carry on with the family business; however, he followed his path and later apologized from his father.