Bobby Lee Biography
|Date of Birth:||1972 , September-17|
|Age:||46 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Name||Robert “Bobby” Lee Jr.|
|Birth Place/City||San Diego, California, U.S.|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian and writer|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Education||Poway High School, Palomar College|
|Movies||Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, The Dictator and Pineapple Express|
Bobby Lee is an American actor, as well as a comedian, well known for his appearance in the comedy sketch television series, Mad TV from 2001 to 2009. Some of his other popular TV series and movies include Hangover in 2010, Chelsea Lately in 2010, The Dictator in 2012, Animal Practice in 2012 and Laid in America, a British comedy film in 2016. As of 2018, he is appearing in the ABC's Splitting Up Together.
Early Life And Education Of Bobby Lee
Bobby Lee was born on 17 September 1972, in San Diego, California, to Robert Lee (father) and Jeanie (mother). His birth name is Robert “Bobby” Lee Jr and his nationality is American. He has a younger brother named, Steve Lee. His parents have their own clothing stores in both Encinitas and Escondido, California.
From the age of 12, Lee was addicted to marijuana and meth and was sent to several rehabs. He ended his addiction to meth at the age of 17. During his addiction period, he claimed that he not only participated in wrestling tournaments under the influence of both Methamphetamine and LSD but also won the game.
Lee left his parent's home at the age of 18 after completing his graduation from Poway High School in Poway, California. And at the same time, he also joined Palomar College.
Bobby Lee's Career
Lee started working in coffee shops and restaurants to make ends meet. His career in comedy field began in the year 1994 when he lost his first job at the coffee shop and he joined comedy store.
“I just went next door to get a job which was The Comedy Store in San Diego”.
For a few months, he worked odd jobs at the La Jolla Comedy Store in San Diego and later on he decided to attempt some stand-up during one of their amateur nights. After a year, he got offers to open for Pauly Shore and Carlos Mencia. And he also got a full-time job at The Comedy Store owned by Pauly Shore's mother in Los Angeles.
In 2001, Lee joined the cast of Mad TV, where he was the only cast member of Asian descent. He was associated with the show until 2009. Later on, he appeared in several movies and TV series such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 2002, Hangover in 2010, Chelsea Lately in 2010, The Dictator in 2012, Animal Practice in 2012 and Laid in America, a British comedy film in 2016.
In 2005, comedian Joe Rogan wrote a post on his social media openly blaming Mencia for being a copier, claiming that Mencia stole jokes from plenty of comedians. And on 10 February 2007, Rogan confronted Mencia on stage at the Comedy Store and accused him of plagiarism in front of the audiences.
Rogan posted the video of the argument with video and audio clips from other actors including Bobby Lee, Reverend Bob Levy, George Lopez, and Ari Shaffir among others. Lee was also bought into the controversy as he has worked with Mencia and was a part of his group.
Bobby Lee talked about Brian Redban's Deathsquad network on the Norm Macdonald Live show that Deathsquad made up of several comedians like Redban, Ari Shaffir, Joey Coco Diaz, was in dispute with Bobby Over Mencia. He was also in controversy of stealing the Freddy Soto's, Ex-boyfriend of Comedy Store fixture Eleanor Kerrigan, the material on behalf of Mencia. Later on, it was proved that Freddy was wrong.
Bobby Lee's Net Worth
Being an actor and famous comedian Lee has been able to earn good amount of money. His net worth is estimated to be around $1 million, as per celebrity net worth, in 2019. His main sources of income are his comedy podcasts, and television and movies appearances. Besides, Lee is also associated with several endorsements deals and ad campaign which adds more to his value.
Bobby Lee's Personal Life And Relationship
Booby prefers a low key personal life and does not share much about his private life with media and fans. He is a married man. Lee tied the knot to longtime girlfriend in Khalyla in August 2016 at New York Church.
The couple first met via Tinder and started dating. Not much is known about the pair's married life as both of them are very private people. The duo started a weekly podcast titled Tigerbelly in 2016.