Will Yun Lee can be seen as Dr. Alex Park in last fall's No. 1 new drama series, ABC's The Good Doctor. Based on the South Korean series of the same name, the show premiered in September 2017 and received a great amount of viewership and favorable reviews, and as a result, was renewed for a second season. Returning this fall, Lee will reprise his role as a series regular.
On television, Lee previously starred as Taka, one of the leading roles of USA Network's ongoing series Falling Water, directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadilla. The supernatural, drama-mystery centered on three strangers who, after recognizing they were dreaming parts of the same dream, realized that the future of the world lies in their hands. Most recently, Lee appeared as Takeshi Kovacs in Netflix's original series Altered Carbon, opposite Joel Kinnaman. Based on the cyberpunk noir novel of the same name by Richard K. Morgan, the series is set more than 300 years into the future and follows the journey of a prisoner returning to life in a new body, compelled to solve a mind-bending murder in order to obtain his freedom. The series premiered February 2, 2018, and is currently streaming on Netflix.
Additional television credits include his role as Sang Min in Hawaii Five-0; Kwon in the Cinemax series Strike Back, opposite Michelle Yeoh; and Mr. Gus in HBO's final season of Alan Ball's True Blood.
On the feature side, Lee can recently be seen next as Agent Park in New Line Cinema's science fiction, monster film, Rampage, opposite Dwayne Johnson and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. The movie premiered on April 4, 2018. Additional film credits include Dr. Kim Park in Warner Bros.' blockbuster standout, San Andreas, opposite Dwayne Johnson and Paul Giamatti; supporting role as Timothy Cress in Spy, starring Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law, Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale, among others; Harada in Twentieth Century Fox's The Wolverine, opposite Hugh Jackman; Captain Cho in FilmNation's Red Dawn, opposite Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson; and Marek in Colombia Pictures Total Recall, opposite Colin Farrell.
Lee is extremely talented in Taekwondo, following the footsteps of his very influential, Taekwondo Grandmaster father. Receiving a full athletic scholarship and majoring in political science and ethnic studies, Lee graduated from the University of California Berkley.
Lee currently resides in Tarzana with his wife and son.