Brian Tee  Biography

Brian Tee Biography

Brian Tee biography 

Brian Tee  Biography

Born Country: Japan

Born In: Okinawa Prefecture, Japan

  • Famous As: Actor


  • Also Known As: Jae-Bum Takata

  • Nationality: American, Japanese

  • Birthday: March 15, 1977

  • Age: 43 Years, 43 Year Old Males

  • Height: 6’0″ (183 cm), 6’0″ Males

  • Sun Sign: Pisces

Family Life

He married Mirelly Taylor, known for her role on the series Lost. In 2015 they welcomed a daughter named Madelyn.



2006    The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,    DK

2013    The Wolverine    Noburo

2013    Wedding Palace    Jason Kim

2015    Jurassic World (2015)    Katashi Hamada

2016    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows    Shredder



Brian Tee Biography


Brian Tee
Brian Tee Biography 


Brian Tee is a skilled actor, who shines with his own light in both drama and comedy.

 Last year, he played Park’s security director “Hamada” at the Universal Pictures / Amblin Entertainment box office, Jurassic World, in which he co-starred with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard and directed by Coleen Tracorp and in 2013, he  On Fox’s summer, he appeared in the role of “Norburo Mori”, with Wolverine starring Hugh Jackman and Mangold the Guided by

 In 2013, T starred in the Korean-American romantic comedy Wedding Palace by director Christina Wu and in 2014 she appeared in the Korean film The Redeemer, directed by acclaimed director and screenwriter Jeong-Beom Lee, in which she plays Dong-gun.  Jung and Min-hee Kim.

 Many film lovers are known for their starring role as the main villain “DK, King of the Drift” in the Universal Pictures film Full Throttle: Tokyo Race, directed by Justin Lin, the Big Picture film Full Throttle.  Lynn Finishing the Game: The Search for a New Bruce Lee Comedy, as well as the independent films Deadland and Chain Letter.

 Earlier in his career, T gave an unforgettable and captivating portrayal of “Jimmy Nakayama” in the Rentall Wallace action drama, played by Mel Gibson in the Randall Wallace action drama When We Were Soldiers, and in the comedy starring Mike Myers and Star in Austin Powers  Also worked. Dick and Jane – Thames of Laughter, starring Jim Carrey.

 T’s television career is even more interesting.  After an excellent intervention in a pilot episode for 20th-century Fox’s NBC Love Is a Four Letter Word, he was offered the opportunity to appear regularly on NBC’s new hit drama Chicago Made.  T, a dedicated, but impulsive, doctor who suffers from a painful, but post-traumatic stress and works steadily for her patients despite having trouble dealing with her own personal difficulties, Armada “Dr. Ethan Choi”  K plays the role of veteran. His character also appears in popular series with common character characters, Chicago P.D. And the Chicago Fire.

 T was recently part of the first episode of the CBS series Zoo, which is based on the novel by best-selling author James Patterson and the Anatomy of Violence by Homeland creators.  He once again starred in the series’ long-running hit, 5–0 in Hawaii, starring Yakuza’s money manager “Hideki Kitamura”. Expanding her acting range, T played the lead role in the Lifetime film The Gabby Douglas Story, where she played the role of trainer “Liang Cho”.

 Additionally, T played a regular character in the Crash series of Starz, a series based on EMS technician “Eddie Choi”, the Academy Award-winning film, and a regular character in the hit film NBC, Grimm, the killer “Akira Kimura”  .

 T has seen memorable guest stars such as SHIELD Agents, The Lottery, Legends, Beauty and the Beast, Last Notice, The Good Guys, CSI, Dark Blue, Bones, Lie to Me, Jericho, Grey’s Anatomy, The Entourage, The Show  Huh. Unit, Wanted, No Trace, JAG Red Alert, Family Law, Pretend and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, many more.

 Los Angeles has ancestors in several Asian countries and is fluent in Japanese and Korean.  He holds a BA in Dramatic Arts / Performance from the University of California at Berkeley.


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