Bobby Lee

Born in San Diego, California in 1971, Bobby Lee competed on his school's wrestling team and went on to attend community college classes. It wasn't until the coffee shop he was working at closed and he went next door looking for a new job that a new path was set for Lee. It just so happened that the business next door to the now-defunct coffee shop was the Comedy Store in San Diego. Before long, Lee was doing more than just odd jobs, he was also performing stand-up at open mic nights, discovering a talent and love for comedy he never knew he had. Slowly but surely, his comedy skills grew and his profile was raised to headliner status, leading to opportunities offstage. In 2001, he became the first Asian-American cast member on "MADtv" (Fox, 1995-2006). He would go on to appear in movies like "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle" (2004), "Pineapple Express" (2008), and "The Dictator" (2012). In 2016, Lee joined the cast of the Judd Apatow-produced series "Love" (Netflix, 2016-18).