Brian Tee

Brian Tee

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Birthday: 
15 March 1977, Okinawa, Japan
Birth Name: 
Jae-Bum Takata
Height: 
183 cm
Brian Tee was born in Okinawa, Japan, to a Japanese father and a Korean mother. His family moved to Hacienda Heights, California, when he was two years old. Tee was a star football captain at his Glen A. High School. During high school, he worked at Blackjack Pizza, where fellow Hacienda resident Fergie frequently visited. After completing his trai... Show more »
Brian Tee was born in Okinawa, Japan, to a Japanese father and a Korean mother. His family moved to Hacienda Heights, California, when he was two years old. Tee was a star football captain at his Glen A. High School. During high school, he worked at Blackjack Pizza, where fellow Hacienda resident Fergie frequently visited. After completing his training in Dramatic Arts at the University of California in Berkeley, he was ready to embark on his acting career. It began in 2000, mostly with work in television, on series such as The Pretender (1996), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) and Family Law (1999). Brian began his film work with a short called Remember Pearl Harbor (2002). Next he appeared in We Were Soldiers (2002), followed that same year with a more high profile movie, the comedic spy flick Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002). He also appeared in a brief role as a radio corporal in the Sci-Fi video sequel Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation (2004).Tee became known for his starring role as the lead villain "DK, the Drift King," in Universal Pictures' The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006), directed by Justin Lin. Tee gave a comedic performance in Lin's next film, Finishing the Game: The Search for a New Bruce Lee (2007), as the Vietnam Vet "Mac Chang." He appeared with his Starship Troopers 2 cast mate Jason-Shane Scott in the survival thriller Deadland (2009).Between films, Tee's television credits expanded to include work on The Unit (2006), Without a Trace (2002), Grey's Anatomy (2005), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) and Burn Notice (2007). He was a series regular playing "EMT Eddie Choi" in "Crash", a Starz TV series based on the Academy Award winning film. He also recurred on NBC's Grimm, playing the assassin "Akira Kimura."Tee returned to the stage to rave reviews for his lead performance in Snow Falling on Cedars, at the prestigious Hartford Stage. He had a role in 20th Century FOX's blockbuster The Wolverine (2013), with Hugh Jackman and directed by James Mangold. Tee also starred in the highly anticipated Season 2 of "Mortal Kombat: Legacy", where he took on the role of the legendary iconic character "Liu Kang". Show less «

Brian Tee's FILMOGRAPHY

Lucifer - Season 4

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Chicago P.D. - Season 7

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Chicago Fire - Season 8

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Chicago Med - Season 5

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Season 6

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Hawaii Five-0 - Season 10

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Chicago P.D. - Season 6

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Chicago Fire - Season 7

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Greys Anatomy - Season 15

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Chicago Med - Season 4

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Hawaii Five-0 - Season 9

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Lucifer - Season 3

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Chicago Med - Season 3

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Season 5

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Chicago P.D. - Season 4

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Chicago Fire - Season 5

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Chicago Med - Season 2

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

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Chicago P.D. - Season 3

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Chicago Fire - Season 4

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CSI - Season 16

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Chicago Med - Season 1

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Season 2

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Brian Tee'S roles

Takashi Hamada
Takashi Hamada
The Shredder
The Shredder
Pfc. Jimmy Nakayama
Pfc. Jimmy Nakayama
D.K.
D.K.
Noburo Mori
Noburo Mori
MA2 Chan
MA2 Chan
Japanese Pedestrian
Japanese Pedestrian
Dr. Ethan Choi
Dr. Ethan Choi
Kazu
Kazu
Akira Kimura
Akira Kimura
Hideaki Kuroda
Hideaki Kuroda
Denny Ocampo
Denny Ocampo
Andy
Andy
Ethan Choi
Ethan Choi
Ethan Choi
Ethan Choi
Ethan Choi, Jesse Kong
Ethan Choi, Jesse Kong