Rex Lee is a Korean-American actor best known for his role on HBO's ENTOURAGE. Lee portrayed ‘Lloyd’, assistant to ‘Ari Gold’, the bombastic agent character played by Jeremy Piven. He also reprised the role in 2015’s feature film follow-up.
Born in Ohio, Lee grew up in Massachusetts and California. He graduated from Oberlin Conservatory of Music and worked as a casting director for projects such as the TV movie THE CURE FOR A DISEASED LIFE before landing the role on ENTOURAGE. The actor has also played roles on a variety of TV shows, including TWINS and WHAT ABOUT BRIAN. Recently, Rex can be seen in the comedic thriller KEEPING COMPANY and starred in Angela Oh’s comedy pilot UDRIVE ME as 'Etienne'.
Rex was a series regular on the first two seasons of ABC’s comedy series SUBURGATORY in which he portrayed “Mr Wolfe," the clueless guidance counselor. He also recently starred in 5 seasons of the Freeform comedy series YOUNG & HUNGRY, opposite Emily Osment, and can be seen in the Netflix feature FEEL THE BEAT.
Like his character on ENTOURAGE, in real life, Lee is openly gay. Rex Lee was an assistant before, that's why he stated in an Interview with ET back in January 2007, he found it easy to play an assistant taking a lot of grief from his boss. He was named to OUT Magazine’s annual OUT 100 list, featuring the most influential LGBT individuals of 2013.