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2003 Fox Upfront
NYP2003051527 - NEW YORK, MAY 15 (UPI) -- Actors Frank Caliendo, Stephnie Weir and Bobby Lee (left to right) of the TV series "Mad TV" greet the media during the May 15, 2003 photo op for the 2003 Fox Upfront at New York's Grand Central Station. ep/Ezio Petersen UPI
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Robert "Bobby" Lee, Jr (born September 17, 1972) is an American comedian, notable for his membership in the recurring cast of comedians on the live comedy series MADtv. As an American of Korean ancestry, he is the show's first cast member of Asian descent, he's played Asian and Asian American celebrities and political figures including Kim Jong-il and Connie Chung. He's also played non-Asian roles including John McCain, Stewie Griffin, Jai Rodriguez, and The Penguin. Lee performs regularly at the legendary Comedy Store in West Hollywood, California.

He was born in San Diego, California and attended Mount Carmel High School through out his four years of high school.

Bobby Lee appeared on the cast of MADtv in Season 7 in 2001 as a featured player, he became a Repertory cast member in season 8 in 2002. As of 2008 he is in his eighth season on MADtv, making him one the of the longest running cast members on MADtv after Michael McDonald, Aries Spears and Debra Wilson.

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