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Jason Scott Lee

American actor and martial artist

Not to be confused with Jason Lee Scott, Jason Lee (actor), or Jaxon Lee.

Jason Scott Lee

Jason Scott Lee.jpg

Lee in 2003

Born (1966-11-19) November 19, 1966 (age 54)

Los Angeles, California, U.S.

OccupationActor, martial artist
Years active1986–present
Spouse(s)

Diana Chan

(m. 2008)​

Jason Scott Lee (Chinese: 李截; pinyin: Lǐ Jié; born November 19, 1966) is an American actor and martial artist. He played Mowgli in Disney's 1994 live action adaptation of The Jungle Book and Bruce Lee in the 1993 martial arts film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. He is unrelated to Bruce Lee.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Lee was born in Los Angeles.[2] He was raised in Hawaii and is of Hawaiian and Chinese descent.[3] He attended school at Pearl City High School.[4]

Lee has been married to Diana Chan since 2008.

Career[edit]

Lee started his acting career with small roles in Born in East L.A. (1987) and Back to the Future Part II (1989). In 1990, he appeared in the television film The Lookalike. In 1992, he played his first leading role in the romantic drama Map of the Human Heart. In 1993, he portrayed Bruce Lee in the biopicDragon: The Bruce Lee Story[5] Lee has trained in Bruce Lee's martial artJeet Kune Do since portraying Lee and continues to train and became a certified instructor under former Bruce Lee student Jerry Poteet. In 1994, he starred in Rapa-Nui and as Mowgli in the live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book with Lena Headey and John Cleese. Lee was originally considered for the role of Liu Kang in the 1995 film Mortal Kombat, but Lee turned down the role and was replaced by Robin Shou. In 1998, he played the main villain Caine 607 in the science fiction film Soldier, along with Kurt Russell and Mortal Kombat film director Paul Anderson. In 2000, he played Aladdin in the miniseriesArabian Nights. He did voice-over work for the 2002 Disney animated film Lilo & Stitch.

Lee went on to appear in several direct-to-video films such as Dracula II: Ascension (2001), Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision (2003), and The Prophecy: Forsaken (2005). Lee is among the actors, producers and directors interviewed in the documentary The Slanted Screen (2006), directed by Jeff Adachi, about the representation of Asian and Asian American men in Hollywood.

In 2007, he played Eddie in the sports comedy film Balls of Fury, in his first theatrically released film since 2002. Lee performed as The King of Siam in the Rodgers and HammersteinmusicalThe King and I in a production at the London Palladium in 2000 opposite Elaine Paige.[6] Lee made his operatic debut in the non-singing role of Pasha Selim in Hawaii Opera Theatre's production of Mozart's Abduction from the Seraglio at the Blaisdell Concert Hall in Honolulu in February 2009.[7]

Lee was also to perform as The King of Siam in the 2014 Opera Australia production of The King and I in Melbourne opposite Lisa McCune, but was injured, and Lou Diamond Phillips had to take his role.

In 2016, Lee played Hades Dai in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny. In 2019, he voiced the main character, The Swordsman, for Kevin McTurk's crowdsourced short puppetry film, The Haunted Swordsman.

In 2020, he played the villain Böri Khan in Disney’s Mulan, a live action remake of the 1998 animated film of the same name.

In 2021, Lee stars as a main role in the Disney+ series, Doogie Kameāloha, M.D., a reboot of Doogie Howser, M.D.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

Documentary[edit]

Year Documentary Role Notes
2006 The Slanted ScreenHimself Documentary
2012 Secrets of ShaolinHimself TV documentary
2014 Trekking Malaysia with Jason Scott LeeHimself Travel documentary

Honors and recognition[edit]

In recognition of Lee's positive impact on the image of Asians in America through his physical, attractive roles, Goldsea, the Asian American magazine website, placed him at Number 7 on its compilation "The 130 Most Inspiring Asian Americans of All Time".[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^Chase, Donald (October 25, 1992). "ON LOCATION : Re-Enter the Dragon : A film biography of kung fu king Bruce Lee, who died almost 20 years ago, weaves martial arts action with an interracial love story". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved September 13, 2021.
  2. ^"Jason Scott Lee Biography (1966-)". filmreference.com. Retrieved December 7, 2015.
  3. ^Todd Gilchrist. "Jason Scott Lee Interview". IGN.
  4. ^The Shadow of the Dragon: It wasn't easy finding an actor to play martial arts god Bruce Lee, but Jason Scott Lee found the key to the man behind the flying fists by Lawrence Christon, Los Angeles Times, May 2, 1993
  5. ^Rainer, Peter (May 7, 1993). "'Dragon,' Jason Scott Lee: They Have the Chops : The biopic depicts a larger-than-life Bruce Lee. The actor playing him meets the challenge and proves himself a star in the making". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 4, 2010.
  6. ^Loveridge, Lizzie. "A CurtainUp London Review, The King and I", Curtainup.com, May 3, 2000. Retrieved March 22, 2014
  7. ^http://www.hawaiiopera.org/news_and_events/112108_jason_scoot_leeArchived May 12, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^"The 130 Most Inspiring Asian Americans of All Time".

External links[edit]

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Biography

Of Hawaiian and Chinese descent, Jason Scott Lee was born in Los Angeles, California, but raised in Hawaii from the age of two. His interest in acting began while studying in high school. It blossomed further when he enrolled in Fullerton College, where he studied under acting coach Sal Romeo. His first film role was in Born in East L.A. (1987). After taking many supporting roles, he took his star turn in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993). His next starring role was in The Jungle Book (1994). Though he has not yet panned out as a leading man, Jason continues to work in supporting roles while pursuing his interest in live theater.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Matt Dicker

Family (2)

Spouse Diana Chan (2008 - present)
Parents Lee, Sylvia
Lee, Robert

Trivia (4)

Auditioned for the role of Liu Kang in Mortal Kombat (1995), but lost out to Robin Shou.
Chosen by Goldsea Asian American Daily as one of the "100 Most Inspiring Asian Americans of All Time".

Salary (1)

Sours: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001462/bio
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Jason Lee Scott

Fictional character

Not to be confused with Jason Lee (actor), Jason Scott Lee, or Jaxon Lee.

Jason Lee Scott is a fictional character and the main protagonist in the first season of the Power Rangers franchise, played by actor Austin St. John. Jason is known as the original Red Ranger from the first entry of the franchise, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, as well as the leader of the first team of Power Rangers.[1][2] He later becomes the Gold Ranger in Power Rangers Zeo.

According to a contest held by ABC Family in 2004, Jason was voted as the #1 Ranger of all time. Out of all Rangers, he has defeated more enemies by himself than any other Ranger and is the only one to beat Tommy Oliver in a fight. A subsequent contest on Toon Disney in 2007 also voted him as the most popular Power Ranger. As stated at the first Power Morphicon, Jason still holds this title.

Fictional character history[edit]

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers[edit]

Jason is a martial artist from the fictional town of Angel Grove, California. At the beginning of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, he and his closest friends Zack Taylor, Billy Cranston, Trini Kwan and Kimberly Hart are selected by Zordon and Alpha 5 as the five "teenagers with attitude" to become the original Power Rangers and defend Earth from the forces of the evil Rita Repulsa. When Zordon first confronts the teens to give them their powers, Jason is the only one who initially believes him. Jason becomes the Red Power Ranger and is given the Dinozord Power Coin of the Tyrannosaurus, obtains the Tyrannosaurus Dinozord (a colossal assault vehicle) and is made the team leader. He leads the Rangers into many battles against Rita's monsters, establishing a rivalry with Rita's number one henchman Goldar.[3][4]

At first glance, Jason appears to be the stereotypical jock type, primarily interested in sports—particularly martial arts. Beneath the surface, however, he is big-hearted, kind, outgoing, friendly and always willing to help someone out when it is needed—such as when he takes Billy under his wing and teaches him martial arts to boost his confidence and teach him self-defense. Aside from martial arts, Jason is an accomplished athlete, weight trainer and certified scuba diving instructor.

When Tommy Oliver comes in, he becomes competitive rivals with Jason, matching him in a martial arts competition. Rita then manipulates Tommy, turning him into the evil Green Ranger and sends him into battle. He later captures Jason, steals his Power Morpher and imprisons him in Rita's Dark Dimension where he would have to fight Goldar to retrieve his Morpher. The Green Ranger eventually arrives at the scene with orders to destroy Jason, but Billy, Trini and Alpha manage to repair the damage Tommy did to the Command Center, in time to find Jason and retrieve him seconds before Tommy kills him. Later, Jason squares off with Tommy on Earth and ultimately defeats him in combat when he hurls his energized Power Sword at the Green Ranger, disarming him and then uses his Blade Blaster to destroy the Sword of Darkness that Rita had given to Tommy, due to the sword's ability to maintain her evil spell on him. Jason then convinces Tommy to join the team and use his powers against Rita.[5]

Later, Rita crafts a Green Candle out of special wax that had been enchanted with Tommy's touch when he was evil. Once lit, the candle continues to burn until it is gone and when it is, so too would Tommy's powers. Because Tommy's proximity to the candle accelerates the candle's melting process, Tommy is captured and placed close to it by Goldar. However, he eventually escapes and Jason is left to retrieve the candle. Jason does well in his fight with Goldar but gets recalled into the battle with Rita's Cyclops monster to save Angel Grove.[6]

Following the failure of destroying the Green Candle, Tommy entrusts Jason with his Power Coin to prevent it from falling into Rita's hands again, allowing him access to the Green Ranger's powers (including the Dragon Shield and the Dragon Dagger, which also allows him to call the Dragonzord to aid the Rangers, even while Jason controls the Megazord, making him twice as powerful).

One of Jason's most cunning moments is the gambit he plays against Goldar, who kidnaps the parents of Angel Grove High's students, then ransoms them for the Ranger's five Power Coins. Jason would later reveal that though he gave up his Tyrannosaurus Power Coin to Goldar, he kept the Dragon Power Coin. With it, Tommy eventually regains his Green Ranger powers, retrieves the other Ranger's Power Coins and helps the team save their captive parents.[7]

When Lord Zedd arrives and overruns Rita, he sends his new brand of Putty Patrollers to Earth. The Putties possess superior strength to Rita's Putties, but it is Jason who discovers their weak spot. To compete with their new enemy's more powerful monsters, the Dinozords are upgraded into the mythical Thunderzords; Jason's Dinozord becomes the Red Dragon Thunderzord, which can transform into a humanoid form. As with the Tyrannosaurus, the Red Dragon can defeat a monster on its own, separate from the Megazord formation.[8]

Eventually, Tommy loses his Green Ranger powers again, and Jason suffers from immense guilt because of it. Choosing to capitalize on Jason's vulnerability, Zedd creates candles for Zack, Billy, Trini and Kimberly that would remove their links to the Morphing Grid, just as Rita did to Tommy. Jason, with the help of Zordon's confidence in him, manages to save his friends and prevent them from losing their powers. Following the victory, Jason wins a martial arts trophy and dedicates it to Tommy, who soon after returns as the White Ranger and is named the new leader of the team by Zordon. Tommy's comeback relieves Jason's guilt towards him and accepting him as his successor as the team's leader and becoming the new second-in-command. Tommy still heavily relied on Jason due to his experience, as shown where he asks for Jason's help because he is struggling to defeat Nimrod the Scarlett Sentinel, Jason then comes to Tommy's aid and together with the other Rangers they beat the Nimrod.[9][10]

Some time later, Jason, Trini and Zack are chosen to act as ambassadors at a Peace Conference in Switzerland (after the actors playing the characters left the show over contract disputes, the characters simply being shown in their Ranger uniforms, using old footage, or with doubles who were never directly facing the cameras, until the transfer could be incorporated into the plot of the show), and are forced to leave the team. Zordon chooses Rocky DeSantos to replace Jason as the Red Ranger.[11]

Power Rangers Zeo[edit]

Jason as the Gold Zeo Ranger

Jason returns in Power Rangers Zeo, taking over the powers of the Gold Zeo Ranger from Trey of Triforia when Trey went injured in a fight with Varox bounty hunters and required someone else to hold his powers until he could heal. Upon his return to the team, he is also made second-in-command. His return is greatly welcomed by his old friends Tommy and Billy. Jason also quickly makes new friends out of the newer Rangers Adam Park, Katherine Hillard and Tanya Sloan. However, Rocky soon becomes disturbed by his teammates' love for Jason, as he feels he is being replaced by the Ranger he previously replaced. After risking his life to prove himself to be worthy despite Jason's popularity, Rocky eventually accepts Jason as a friend. Rocky also adopts the same jovial relationship with Jason that he has with everyone else. When Tommy gets kidnapped by Prince Gasket, Jason steps up as the leader of the team once again until they were able to save Tommy and bring him back. Jason is also chosen by Tanya to become the guardian of Auric the Conqueror for a time. During Zeo, Tommy shows a deep dependence on Jason's advice when it comes to leadership decisions.[12][13][14] He also dates a local waitress, Emily (Lesley Pedersen).

Jason returns the Gold Ranger powers to Trey in the final episode of Zeo when he finds out that he cannot handle it much longer, as they are draining away - along with his life force - due to the Gold Ranger powers not being intended for human physiology. However, there are no apparent long-term effects, and Jason appears perfectly healthy after he transfers it back to Trey.[15] Retired from superheroics once more, Jason then happily focuses on his relationship with Emily.

Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie[edit]

Jason and Kimberly both return in Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie.[16] The film throughout suggests they may be romantically linked, having gotten together sometime after Jason's turn as the Gold Ranger. They are first seen scuba diving together, but are then kidnapped by the villainess Divatox and are briefly brainwashed to fight against the Turbo Rangers. It appears that the evil influence enhanced his own emotional aspects, as at one point he taunts Tommy with "Now I'm the one with the muscles and the power!". After being restored to normal by Lerigot, he once again fades into the background, with Jason's appearance in the film being replacing the injured Rocky in a martial arts tournament and ultimately winning the match, alongside Tommy and Adam.[17]

Power Rangers Wild Force[edit]

Jason returns in Power Rangers Wild Force, in the special episode "Forever Red", which celebrated the tenth anniversary of Power Rangers. In this special, he utilizes his original Red Ranger powers and joins nine other Red Rangers (which includes Tommy, but not Rocky, as Jason is the Mighty Morphin Red Ranger of the episode) to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire, a force of villains that Jason had previously battled as the Gold Ranger. After the events of "Forever Red," Jason returns to living a normal life, though he presumably still retains his Red Ranger powers.[18]

Power Rangers Super Megaforce[edit]

Jason and the other Mighty Morphin Power Rangers return as part of the army of Legendary Rangers led by Tommy that helped the Mega Rangers defeat the Armada once and for all, fighting in a huge battle against hundreds of XBorgs and dozens of Bruisers. However, Austin St. John did not return and Jason only appears morphed, as do the other Mighty Morphin rangers besides Tommy.

Power Rangers Beast Morphers[edit]

Jason returns in Season 2 of Power Rangers Beast Morphers, in the special episode "Grid Connection".[19][20]

When Jason's old foe Goldar is reanimated by Evox/Venjix as Goldar Maximus and dispatched to the dimension of the Dino Charge Power Rangers to gather energems, Jason is summoned by Grid Battleforce Red Ranger Devon to help him save the Dino Charge Rangers as well as members of Devon's own team. It is revealed that Jason's Tyrannosaurus Power Coin has laid dormant within a meteorite for an undisclosed amount of time. Devon hands the coin back to Jason. Jason eventually summons the rest of his Mighty Morphin team and the Dino Thunder Power Rangers to assist him against the army led by Goldar Maximus.

Other versions[edit]

2017 film[edit]

Jason appears as the main protagonist (arguably alongside Kimberly and Billy) in the 2017 reboot film, played by Australian actor Dacre Montgomery. A former high school football star, Jason ruins his potential future career when he pulls a prank by bringing a bull into the school's changing room, leaving him sentenced to weekend detentions until the end of the year. He also gains a knee injury for his right leg when he flips his truck during an escape attempt on that fateful night. After he protects Billy Cranston from a bully during the detention, Billy helps Jason shut down his house arrest ankle monitor in return for driving Billy out to the old mines where Billy used to go with his father, resulting in them discovering the Power Coins at the same time as Kimberly, Trini and Zack are in the area. When they experience sudden bursts of strength and speed, (along with having Jason's knee heal overnight), the five return to the place where they found the coins and discover Zordon and Alpha 5 in the spaceship buried underground. Although skeptical at the story presented by Zordon, Jason soon accepts his role as leader and works to rally the team, even daring to confront Rita Repulsa when they have yet to master their powers. This attack on Rita results in Billy's death, but the sight of the team coming together prompts Zordon to selflessly sacrifice a chance to return to life and instead resurrect Billy, allowing the new Rangers to battle Rita after Zordon's team failed. He even wields a sword that once belonged to Zordon, and saves his dad's life without revealing his identity. Jason and Kimberly are hinted to romantically interested in each other in this adaptation with a deleted scene of a kiss between them confirming this.

Comics[edit]

Jason appeared in numerous comic books by Marvel Comics and Papercutz.

Jason also appears in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic from Boom Studios. This version of Jason is shown to have romantic interest in Trini Kwan (Yellow Ranger) and briefly Lauren Shiba (second Red Samurai Ranger).

Jason also has a parallel universe doppelgänger, who not only has the Red Ranger powers but also the White Ranger's. This Jason was an archenemy of Lord Drakkon, who is an evil parallel universe doppelgänger of Tommy Oliver. Lord Drakkon ultimately killed his world's Jason and takes his enemy's White Ranger powers and Red Ranger helmet as trophies, and eliminates their world's Power Rangers.

When Lord Drakkon mounted a mass attack on every Ranger team in history, Jason eventually found himself acting as leader of the forces arrayed against Drakkon, using the Dragon Shield and the Dragonzord as he issued commands to the Rangers from the future. In the process, he also formed a relationship with Lauren Shiba, the surviving Red Ranger of the Samurai Rangers, but the conclusion of this storyline erased Drakkon's attack from history, with the result that Jason and Lauren's relationship was also erased.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink[edit]

While Kimberly Hart is the main character in this comic book miniseries MMPR: Pink, published by Boom! Studios, Jason is mentioned numerous times. The series is a modern remake but also serves as an effective continuation from Kimberly's exit in the third season of the original show.[21] Kimberly needs to rescue a French town under siege from Goldar and she seeks help from Zordon. He temporarily makes Kimberly the pink Power Ranger again by using the Sword of Light to activate the latent pink energy within her. Kimberly asks Zordon if she can be taken to Jason, Zack and Trini but is told Jason has a mission of his own which explains his absence from this series.[22] Instead, the role of the Red Ranger is filled by a new character named Britt who becomes the first female red Mighty Morphin Power Ranger. It is suggested at the end of the comic that Jason is the "other guy" in the infamous "Dear John" letter than Kimberly wrote to Tommy. [23]

References[edit]

  1. ^Kent A. Ono (2009). Contemporary Media Culture and the Remnants of a Colonial Past. p. 86. ISBN . Retrieved 2015-11-13.
  2. ^Kent A. Ono (2009). Contemporary Media Culture and the Remnants of a Colonial Past. p. 145. ISBN . Retrieved 2015-11-13.
  3. ^Dale, Steve (1995-03-10). "From Power Bow to Hip-Hop-Kido". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2010-08-30.
  4. ^Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; "Day of the Dumpster"
  5. ^Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; "Green With Evil, Parts I-V"
  6. ^Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; "The Green Candle, Parts I-II"
  7. ^Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; "Return of an Old Friend, Parts I-II"
  8. ^Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; "The Mutiny, Parts I-III"
  9. ^Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; "Missing Green"
  10. ^Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; "White Light, Parts I-II"
  11. ^Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; "The Power Transfer, Parts I-II"
  12. ^Power Rangers Zeo; "A Golden Homecoming"
  13. ^Power Rangers Zeo; "The Lore of Auric"
  14. ^Power Rangers Zeo; "King for a Day, Parts I-II"
  15. ^Power Rangers Zeo; "Good as Gold"
  16. ^Leydon, Joe (1997-03-27). "Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie". Variety. Retrieved 2010-09-01.
  17. ^Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie
  18. ^Power Rangers Wild Force; "Forever Red"
  19. ^Deckelmeier, Joe (2019-05-02). "EXCLUSIVE: Austin St. John Set To Return For Team-Up In POWER RANGERS: Beast Morphers". That Hashtag Show. Retrieved 2019-05-04.
  20. ^"Mighty Morphin Red Ranger Jason Returns for Power Rangers Beast Morphers Crossover". IGN. Retrieved 24 October 2020.
  21. ^Lake, Jeff (1 June 2016). "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink #1 Review". ign.com. Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  22. ^"Comic Book Reviews for July 27, 2016 - IGN - Page 3". Uk.ign.com. 2016-07-28. Retrieved 2017-04-04.
  23. ^"Comic Book Reviews for October 19, 2016 - IGN - Page 3". Uk.ign.com. 2016-10-20. Retrieved 2017-04-04.

Further reading[edit]

The Official Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Guidebook ISBN 1-57082-235-2, ISBN 978-1-57082-235-3

External links[edit]

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Jason Scott Lee

Who is Jason Scott Lee? Jason Scott Lee Biography and Wiki

Jason Scott Lee is an American martial artist and actor, born on November 19, 1966, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. Lee is well known for his role as Bruce Lee in the martial arts film: Dragon: The Bruce Lee story. He also appeared to numerous direct to video films like Dracula II: Ascension (2001), Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision (2003).

Jason Scott Lee Age and Birthday

Lee is 53 years as of 2019, he was born on November 19, 1966, in Los Angeles, California, the U.S.A. He celebrates his birthday on November 19th every year. Lee will be turning 54 years as of November 19, 2020.

Jason Scott Lee Height and weight

Jason is a man of average stature, he also appears to be quite tall in stature in his photos. He stands at a height of  5feet 11inches(1.8meters). He also weighs 176.4 lbs (80 kgs).

Jason Scott Lee Education

Lee attended school at Pearl City High School in Hawaii as Jason shares both Chinese and Hawaiian roots

Jason Scott Lee Family

Lee is the son of Sylvia and Robert Lee. Jason has kept all other information about his parents away from the scrutiny of the public. This information is under review.

Jason Scott Lee Wife

Lee got married to his lovely wife Diana Chan in 2008. The couple has not disclosed if they have any children, however, the information shall be updated once released to the public.

Jason Scott Lee Net Worth

Jason has enjoyed a long career in the entertainment industry. Through proceeds from his work as an actor, he has been able to accumulate a modest fortune. Jason is estimated to have a net worth of about $6 million-$10 million.

Jason Scott Lee Measurements and Facts

Here are some interesting facts and body measurements you should know about Jason Scott Lee.

Jason Scott Lee Bio and Wiki

  • Full Names: Jason Scott Lee
  • Popular As: Jason Scott
  • Gender: Male
  • Occupation / Profession: Artist and Actor
  • Nationality: American
  • Race / Ethnicity: Not Available
  • Religion: Not Known
  • Sexual Orientation: Straight

Jason Scott Lee Birthday

  • Age / How Old?: 53yrs(2019)
  • Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
  • Date of Birth: November 19, 1966
  • Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, the U.S.A.
  • Birthday:  November 19

Jason Scott Lee Body Measurements

  • Body Measurements: Not Available
  • Height / How Tall?: 5ft 11inches(1.8m)
  • Weight: 176.4 lbs (80 kgs).
  • Eye Color: Not Available
  • Hair Color: Not Available
  • Shoe Size: Not Available
  • Dress Size: Not Available

Jason Scott Lee Family and Relationship

  • Father (Dad): Robert Lee
  • Mother: Sylvia Lee
  • Siblings (Brothers and Sisters): Not Known
  • Marital Status: Married
  • Wife/Spouse: Married to Diana Lee
  • Children: To be updated

Jason Scott Lee Networth and Salary

  • Net Worth: $6 million-$10 million.
  • Salary: Under Review
  • Source of Income: Acting

Jason Scott House and Cars

  • Place of living: To be Updated
  • Cars: Car Brand to be Updated

Jason Scott Lee Acting  Career

Lee began his career of acting by participating in small roles in Born in East L.A. and Back to the Future Part II. His first role was Bruce Lee in the biopic Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. Scott played leading roles in other films such as Map of the Human Heart and Rapa-Nui.

Lee was considered for the role of Liu Kang in the 1995 film Mortal kombat. He however turned down the role and replaced by Robin Shou. Lee played Caine 607 in the film Soldier along with Kurt Russell and Mortal Kombat film director Paul Anderson.

In 2000 he played Aladdin in the miniseries Arabian Nights. He did voice-over work for the 2002 Disney animated adventure film Lilo & Stitch. Lee went on to appear in several direct-to-video films such as Dracula II: Ascension (2001), Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision, and The Prophecy: Forsaken.

Lee is among the actors, producers, and directors interviewed in the documentary The Slanted Screen. Lee played Eddie in the sports film Balls of Fury in his first theatrical release film. He performed as The King of Siam in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I in a production at the London Palladium in 2000 opposite Elaine Paige.

Lee made his operatic debut in the non-singing role of Pasha Selim in Hawaii Opera Theatre’s production of Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio at the Blaisdell Concert Hall in Honolulu. Lee was also to perform as The King of Siam in the 2014 Opera Australia production of The King and I in Melbourne opposite Lisa McCune but was injured, Lou Diamond Phillips had to take his role. Lee played Hades Dai in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny. In addition, he also voiced the main character in The Swordsman for Kevin McTurk’s crowdsourced short puppetry film, The Haunted Swordsman.

Jason Scott Lee Bruce Lee

Jason assumed his first driving job depicting Bruce Lee in the biopic Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story in 1993. Lee has prepared in Bruce Lee’s martial craftsmanship Jeet Kune Do since depicting Lee and keeps on preparing and is presently an ensured teacher under previous Bruce Lee understudy Jerry Poteet.

Jason Scott Lee Filmography

  • 1987: Born in East L.A. Paco
  • 1989:Back to the Future Part II  Role of Whitey
  • 1991: Ghoulies 3: Ghoulies Go to College  – Kyle
  • 1993:Map of the Human Heart   -Avik
  • 1993:Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story  – Bruce Lee
  • 1994: Rapa-Nui Noro
  • 1994:Picture Bride Worker
  • 1994:The Jungle Book Mowgli
  • 1997: Murder in Mind  – Holloway
  • 1998: Tale of the Mummy     -Riley
  • 1998:Soldier Caine 607
  • 2002: Lilo & Stitch David Kawena
  • 2003: Dracula II: Ascension    -Father Uffizi, Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision- Ryan Chan
  • 2005: Dracula III: Legacy Father Uffizi, Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch    -David Kawena, The Prophecy: Forsaken- Dylan, Only the Brave  – Glenn Takase
    Nomad Oraz
  • 2007:Balls of Fury –  Eddie
  • 2008: Dance of the Dragon   -Cheng
  • 2014:Seventh Son Urag
  • 2016:Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny- Hades Dai
  • 2019: The Haunted Swordsman -The Swordsman
  • 2020: Mulan Bori Khan

Television

The following shows the Year and the  TV series Role that Jason was cast in

  • 1988 Matlock Lee Tran Season 2: The Fisherman
  • 1989 Wolf Chin Season 1: Curtains of Silence
  • 1990 CBS Schoolbreak Special John Henderson Season 7: American Eyes
  • 1990 The Lookalike John Charlie Chan
  • 1990 Vestige of Honor- Ha-Kuhn
  • 1997 The Hunger Craig Yun Season 1: The Secret Shih Tan
  • 2000 Arabian Nights Aladdin Miniseries
  • 2010–2013 Hawaii Five-0 Detective Kaleo

Frequently Asked Questions About Jason Scott Lee

Who is Jason Scott Lee?

Lee is an American martial artist and actor, born on November 19, 1966, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. Lee is well known for his role as Bruce Lee in the martial arts film: Dragon: The Bruce Lee story.

How old is Jason Scott Lee?

Lee is 53 years as of 2019, he was born on November 19, 1966, in Los Angeles, California, the U.S.A. He celebrates his birthday on November 19th every year. Lee will be turning 54 years as of November 19, 2020.

How tall is Jason Scott Lee?

Jason is a man of average stature, he also appears to be quite tall in stature in his photos. He stands at a height of  5feet 11inches(1.8meters). He also weighs 176.4 lbs (80 kgs).

Is Jason Scott Lee married?

Lee got married to his lovely wife Diana Chan in 2008. The couple has not disclosed if they have any children, however, the information shall be updated once released to the public.

How much is Jason Scott Lee worth?

Jason has enjoyed a long career in the entertainment industry. Through proceeds from his work as an actor, he has been able to accumulate a modest fortune. Jason is estimated to have a net worth of about $6 million-$10 million.

Where does Jason Scott Lee live?

Because of security reasons, Scott has not shared his precise location of residence. We will immediately update this information if we get the location and images of his house.

Is Scott Lee dead or alive?

Scott is alive and in good health. There have been no reports of him being sick or having any health-related issues.

Where is Scott Lee Now?

Scott is working as a martial artist and actor, born on November 19, 1966, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. Scott is well known for his role as Bruce Lee in the martial arts film: Dragon: The Bruce Lee story.

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Lee is an American martial artist and actor, born on November 19, 1966, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. Lee is well known for his role as Bruce Lee in the martial arts film: Dragon: The Bruce Lee story.

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Lee is 53 years as of 2019, he was born on November 19, 1966, in Los Angeles, California, the U.S.A. He celebrates his birthday on November 19th every year. Lee will be turning 54 years as of November 19, 2020.

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Jason Lee (actor)

American actor, producer, writer, photographer and skateboarder

Not to be confused with Jason Scott Lee, Jason Lee Scott, or Jaxon Lee.

Jason Lee

Jason Lee - Away and Back premiere (cropped).jpg

Lee at the Away and Back premiere, January 2015

Born

Jason Michael Lee


(1970-04-25) April 25, 1970 (age 51)

Santa Ana, California, U.S.

Occupation
  • Actor
  • producer
  • writer
  • photographer
  • skateboarder
Years active1988–present
Spouse(s)

Carmen Llywelyn

(m. 1995; div. 2001)​

Ceren Alkaç

(m. 2008)​
Partner(s)Beth Riesgraf (2001–2007)
Children4

Jason Michael Lee (born April 25, 1970) is an American actor, producer, writer, photographer and former professional skateboarder who played Earl Hickey in the television comedy series My Name Is Earl, for which he was nominated for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy TV series in 2005 and 2006 by The Golden Globes, and Dwight Hendricks in Memphis Beat (2010–2011).

He is also known for his roles in Kevin Smith films such as Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Jersey Girl, Clerks II, & Cop Out. Lee won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male for his performance in Chasing Amy. He also portrayed David Seville in the live-action/CGI Alvin and the Chipmunks film series. His other notable film roles include starring in Enemy of the State, Almost Famous, Vanilla Sky, Big Trouble, Stealing Harvard, A Guy Thing and The Ballad of Jack and Rose. His voice acting credits include Syndrome in The Incredibles, Bones in Monster House and the title character in Underdog.

A former professional skateboarder, Lee is the co-founder and co-owner of Stereo Skateboards, founding the company in 1992 with fellow skateboarder Chris "Dune" Pastras.[1] Since 1992, Stereo manufactures and distributes skateboard decks, equipment and apparel, as well as producing skate videos.[1]

Early life[edit]

Lee was born in Santa Ana, California, on April 25, 1970.[2] His father, Greg, was a car dealership manager and his mother, Carol, a homemaker.[3][4] Lee was raised in Huntington Beach and attended Ocean View High School.[5]

Career[edit]

Skateboarding[edit]

Lee was a professional skateboarder in the late 1980s and early 1990s. In 1992, he founded Stereo Sound Agency, known as Stereo Skateboards, with fellow skater Chris "Dune" Pastras. In 2003, after it had been defunct for a few years, the pair successfully revived the company.[6][7] As of October 2013, Lee and Pastras remain on the professional "Classics" team roster.[8]

Lee was featured in the skateboarding promotional video, Video Days, filmed for the skateboarding company Blind Skateboards.[9] In 2004, Lee's skateboarding was featured in Way Out East!, a film produced by Stereo Skateboards.[10][11]

In August 2012, Lee is also featured in a brief video on the skateboard website The Berrics entitled "Jason Lee decided to come to the park."[12]

In August 2012, Lee participated in the ninth annual Stand-Up for Skateparks Event, which he chaired with Tony Hawk.[13] The event is held annually by the Tony Hawk Charitable Foundation and seeks to "help create free, quality public skateparks for youth in low-income communities."[14]

In October that same year, a video was released by the Keep A Breast Foundation, featuring various skateboarding identities, including Lee, together with Pastras. The video, contributing to the Foundation's aim to prevent and raise awareness of breast cancer, promotes the "I Love Boobies" bracelet. It also features Clint Peterson (Stereo) and Giovanni Reda (WESC), who are both teammates of Lee.[15]

Lee later worked with Tony Hawk when he lent his voice and likeness to Tony Hawk's Project 8 to become a playable character.[16] Lee then voiced Coach Frank, a character created during the development of Stereo, in Skate 3.[17][18]

Professional skateboarder and owner of the Girl and Lakai Limited Footwear skateboard brands Mike Carroll[19] has cited Lee as one of his skating influences.[20]

Lee has been particularly cited for his 360 flips, which even the trick's inventor, Rodney Mullen, credits him with stylizing and popularizing.[21][22][23][24][25]

Acting[edit]

After taking some minor acting roles in 1992–1994 (including the music video for the Sonic Youth single "100%", a small part in Mi Vida Loca, and a bit part as a dance instructor on Chance and Things), Lee left professional skateboarding for a full-time acting career.[26] His first major movie role was in Kevin Smith's Mallrats, which became a cult hit.[26][27] This started a friendship that subsequently led to appearances in many of Smith's films, including Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Clerks II, Cop Out, and Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. Lee won an Independent Spirit Award for his role in Chasing Amy as Banky Edwards.

Lee graduated to leading man roles in Heartbreakers, Stealing Harvard, and A Guy Thing.[28][29][30] He has had supporting roles in Vanilla Sky, Almost Famous, Dreamcatcher, Big Trouble, The Ballad of Jack and Rose, and Mumford, as well as a minor role in Enemy of the State. Lee also voiced Syndrome in The Incredibles and Jack-Jack Attack. He reprised the role as a "robot copy" of Syndrome in Disney Presents Pixar's The Incredibles in a Magic Kingdom Adventure.[31] Lee is also the voice of Underdog in Underdog and portrays Dave Seville in the live action/CGI films starring Alvin and the Chipmunks.[32]

In 2005, Lee was offered the lead role in My Name Is Earl.[33] According to interviews on the first-season DVD, he passed on the series twice before finally agreeing to read for the pilot. In the series, he stars as Earl Hickey. Lee received two Golden Globe nominations for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy in 2006 and 2007, as well as a nomination for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series in 2006.[34][35][36] NBC cancelled My Name is Earl after four seasons.[37]

On June 22, 2010, Memphis Beat premiered. In the series, Lee starred with Alfre Woodard[38] and portrayed Dwight Hendricks.[38] In October 2011, it was announced the series was not renewed for a third season. He guest-starred in 2010 and 2013 episodes of Raising Hope, created by My Name is Earl creator and producer Greg Garcia.[39][40][41]

As of December 2011, Lee appeared in Up All Night,[42] but after its second season, it was officially cancelled on May 9, 2013. In June 2013, The Road Chip, a fourth installment of the Alvin and the Chipmunks franchise, was announced by 20th Century Fox; its release date was December 18, 2015.[43]

Lee is in the Amazon Studios pilot of Cocked, where he plays the character of Grady Paxson, one of three men who run a gun manufacturing company. The show premiered on January 15, 2015 and also stars Brian Dennehy, Diora Baird, Dreama Walker, and Sam Trammell.[44] On January 25, 2015, The Hallmark Channel premiered Away & Back, a Hallmark Hall of Fame film starring Lee, Maggie Elizabeth Jones and Minka Kelly.[45]

Photography[edit]

Lee began shooting photos regularly in the early 2000s, and became interested in instant photography.[46] He released his first photo book through Refueled Magazine. It consists of "184 pages of Polaroid & Fuji Instant Film photographs from 2006-2016." Printed in a limited edition run of 500 copies, the book sold out before shipping began.[47] In 2018 he published A Plain View , a photo book consisting of color 4x5 photographs from his exploration of rural and urban America.[48] From June to December 2019, his photographs of Oklahoma were exhibited in exhibit OK: Jason Lee Photographs in Philbrook Museum of Art.[49] In December 2020, British publishing house STANLEY/BARKER released his new book In the Gold Dust Rush , consisting of black and white photographs of rural America.[50] He is inspired by work of New Topographics movement, notably by Henry Wessell. He photographs on film.

Lee on the roof of the Beverly Laurel Hotel on June 28, 2005

Personal life[edit]

Lee married actress and photographer Carmen Llywelyn in 1995. They divorced in 2001. Llywelyn later cited Lee's commitment to Scientology as the principal cause for their separation.[51] Llywelyn wrote that their relationship collapsed when she revealed to her talent manager and fellow Scientologist, Gay Ribisi (mother of actor Giovanni Ribisi), that she had read A Piece of Blue Sky, an anti-Scientology book. Two days after her conversation with Ribisi, Llywelyn received a one-paragraph "disconnection letter" from Lee and was labeled a Suppressive Person.[52][53]

Following his divorce from Llywelyn, Lee became engaged to actress Beth Riesgraf. Together, they have a son, Pilot Inspektor. Lee states their son's name was inspired by "He's Simple, He's Dumb, He's the Pilot." by rock band Grandaddy.[54]

Lee married Ceren Alkaç, a native of Turkey, in California in July 2008. A month later, Alkaç gave birth to a daughter named Casper.[54][55][56] The couple had their second child, a son named Sonny, in 2012.[57] Their third child, a daughter named Alberta 'Birdy' Lee, was born in 2017.[58] As of 2016, Lee no longer practices Scientology.[59][60] Lee currently resides in Krum, Texas with his family. He also enjoys photography, and is a co-owner of the restaurant Barley and Board.[59]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

Video games[edit]

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Jason Scott Lee was born on 19 November, 1966 in Los Angeles, California, United States, is an Actor, martial artist. At 54 years old, Jason Scott Lee height is 5 ft 9 in (176.0 cm).

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BirthplaceLos Angeles, California, United States
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In 2016, Lee played Hades Dai in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny. In 2019, he voiced the main character, The Swordsman, for Kevin McTurk's crowdsourced short puppetry film, The Haunted Swordsman..

Lee was also to perform as The King of Siam in the 2014 Opera Australia production of The King and I in Melbourne opposite Lisa McCune, but was injured, and Lou Diamond Phillips had to take his role.

Lee played Eddie in the 2007 sports comedy film Balls of Fury, in his first theatrical release film since 2002. Lee performed as The King of Siam in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I in a production at the London Palladium in 2000 opposite Elaine Paige. Lee made his operatic debut in the non-singing role of Pasha Selim in Hawaii Opera Theatre's production of Mozart's Abduction from the Seraglio at the Blaisdell Concert Hall in Honolulu in February 2009.

Lee went on to appear in several direct-to-video films such as Dracula II: Ascension (2001), Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision (2003), and The Prophecy: Forsaken (2005). Lee is among the actors, producers and directors interviewed in the documentary The Slanted Screen (2006), directed by Jeff Adachi, about the representation of Asian and Asian American men in Hollywood.

Lee started his acting career with small roles in Born in East L.A. (1987) and Back to the Future Part II (1989). He played his first leading role portraying Bruce Lee in the biopic Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story in 1993. Lee has trained in Bruce Lee's martial art Jeet Kune Do since portraying Lee and continues to train and is now a certified instructor under former Bruce Lee student Jerry Poteet. He played leading roles in other films such as Map of the Human Heart (1993) and Rapa-Nui (1994). He starred as Mowgli in the 1994 live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book with Lena Headey and John Cleese. Lee was originally considered for the role of Liu Kang in the 1995 film Mortal Kombat, but Lee turned down the role and was replaced by Robin Shou. Lee played Caine 607 in the 1998 film Soldier, along with Kurt Russell and Mortal Kombat film director Paul Anderson. In 2000 he played Aladdin in the miniseries Arabian Nights. He did voice-over work for the 2002 Disney animated adventure film Lilo & Stitch.

Jason Scott Lee (Chinese: 李截 ; pinyin: Lǐ Jié ; born November 19, 1966) is an American actor and martial artist who is perhaps best known for his roles as Bruce Lee (no relation) in the 1993 martial arts film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story and Mowgli in Disney's 1994 live action adaptation of The Jungle Book.

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