Brian Tee Biography
Brian Tee a Japanese-born American actor known for starring in the NBC medical drama Chicago Med and its spin-offs as Dr. Ethan Choi. He as well featured in other television series and films such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, The Wolverine, Jurassic World, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, and Mortal Kombat: Legacy.
Brian Tee Age
Tee was born on March 15, 1977, in Okinawa, Japan.
Brian Tee Career
Tee began his career as an actor when he played Kazu, the owner of Sushi Rox, on Nickelodeon’s Zoey 101. One of his major roles was when he starred in the film Fast and the Furious series (Fast and Furious – Tokyo Drift) as “D.K.” Takashi “Drift King”.
He also played the role of a high-ranking commander who works for the Asset Containment Unit (ACU) in Jurassic World. In 2015, he began appearing in the medical drama series Chicago Med as Dr. Ethan Choi. Tee speaks fluent English, Korean and Japanese.
Brian Tee Net Worth
Brian has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Brian Tee Movies
- 2002 We Were Soldiers as Pfc. Jimmy Nakayama
- 2002 Austin Powers in Goldmember as Japanese Pedestrian
- 2004 Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation as Cpl. Thom Kobe
- 2005 Fun with Dick and Jane as Sushi Chef
- 2006 All In as Rosenbloom Player 2
- 2006 The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift as “D.K.” Takashi “Drift King”
- 2007 Pandemic as Danny Miniseries
- 2007 Finishing the Game as Mac Chang
- 2008 The Trade as Mr. Cho
- 2009 Chain Letter as Brian Yee
- 2009 Wedding Palace as Jason
- 2013 The Wolverine as Noburo Mori
- 2014 The Gabby Douglas Story as Liang Chow
- 2014 No Tears for the Dead as Chaoz
- 2015 Jurassic World as Hamada
Brian Tee Height and Weight
Brian stands tall at an average height of 1.83 meters and has an average body weight.
Brian Tee Education
Brian enrolled at Glen A. Wilson High School where he was Associated Student Body president and captain of the football team. He then enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley where he graduated with a degree in theater and performing arts.
Brian Tee Family
Tee was born to a Japanese-American father and a Korean mother as Jae-Beom Takata. At the age of two years his family relocated to Hacienda Heights, California. He adopted his English stage name after a Korean director rejected him during an audition for having a Japanese last name.
Brian Tee Wife
Brian is married to Mirelly Taylor and together has a daughter Madelyn Skyler Takata who was born in 2015.