Artist Bios

Dana Lee

Dana Lee

(Bio as of November 2012)

Dana Lee makes his Goodman debut. Select theater credits include Wakako Yamauchi’s The Music Lesson at The Public Theater in New York; Green Card, written and directed by JoAnne Akalaitis, at the Mark Taper Forum; Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior at the Doolittle Theater in Los Angeles; Velina Houston’s Ikebana at Pasadena Playhouse; George in Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, opposite Nancy Kwan, at Singapore Repertory Theatre; Shim Chong, a workshop production at The Kennedy Center and Tim Toyama and Aaron Woolfolk’s Bronzeville at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, which was nominated for several NCAAP Theatre Awards. He was member of East West Players, where he served in a variety of roles including assistant artistic director, literary manager, actor and production staff.  He recently appeared in. Mr. Lee is also a screenwriter and an award-winning director, and directed The Grunt Childe at East West Players. On television, he has appeared in more than 60 guest-starring roles, most notably in a recurring role as Oil Minister Han in Dynasty. Recent credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Brothers & Sisters and a starring role in a made-for-television feature Mask of the Ninja. Film credits include roles in Rambo, Lethal Weapon 4, I Spy, The Honeymooners, Nancy Drew and Pineapple Express. He has also appeared in numerous television commercials.