Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, JUN HEE LEE (Ethan Mao) attended Boston University as a Theatre and Management major, but decided to move to L.A. to pursue his life-long dream of acting, when he took home the honors of "young adult male actor of the year, singing male, and dancing male" at the 2002 IMTA convention in L.A. He started his career as the host of I-Channel's prime time TV show, Asia Street. He also hosted I-Channel's most watched music video show, Revolution. Ethan Mao is Jun Hee's first movie credit, in which he is honored to play the leading role of Ethan, and forever indebted to director Quentin Lee for the opportunity, not only for his first movie project, but also the opportunity of being a leading man, which he's always dreamed of. In his next film project, Jun Hee plays the supporting role of Mickey, in the feature film, Entering Out. Jun Hee is also an accomplished performer, singing and dancing as a member of Warner Bros Team 11. He is also one of the lead voices in the upcoming video game release, Nana.