Ki Hong Lee is a Korean-born actor who moved with his family to Los Angeles, CA when he was eight years old. At 29, Lee’s estimated net worth is $4 Million.
Lee has earned his fortune through starring roles in popular movies such as The Maze Runner, where he played the character Minho, and on television shows such as The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, on which he played the character Dong Nguyen for six episodes.
Lee studied psychology at University of California, Berkeley and made his stage debut in the play Wrinkles in 2011. From there he went on to success in a series of television shows including The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Modern Family, and most famously on The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Lee continued his successful career by transitioning into major film roles, beginning with Away We Happened in 2012.
Since then he has starred in such films as The Stanford Prison Experiment and in the successful Maze Runner movies, reprising his Minho role for the sequel, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, in late 2015. The third installment of this science fiction action series, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, is currently in production and scheduled for 2017 release.
Further success has been achieved through a number of single episode television appearances on shows such as New Girl, The Client List, NCIS, The Whispers, and Blue Bloods. Lee has also expanded his success by appearing in a number of critically acclaimed short films, many of which have been made by Wong Fu Productions, a company which Lee has been closely connected to throughout his career. These short films include All In All, Take It Slow, Fratervention, The End of Bro’ing Out, Always You, MotherLover, The Master Chef, This Is How We Never Met, Somewhere Like This, To Those Nights, She Has A Boyfriend, and This Time.