A Little About Lee
Born in Hong Kong as a U.S. citizen, Lee Doud and his family relocated to Orinda, California when he was just six months old. At a young age, Doud knew he had the performance gene. It wasn't until Lee hit his teenage years that he truly began to explore what it meant to be an actor. He spent all his free time soaking in as much information as he could at a repertory theater company near home - assisting backstage and in castings as well as taking the stage himself.
At 18, Lee left home and moved to Los Angeles to study acting at UCLA. During his four years there, he studied with some of top teachers in the nation. Doud also spent a summer abroad at The British American Dramatic Academy studying Shakespeare. It was during his senior year of college when Lee booked his first film and while he still loves live theater, realized that on-camera work was what he truly wanted to be doing. Since graduation, Lee has studied with The Atlantic Acting School, Margie Haber Studios, Stan Kirsch Studios, Warner Loughlin and currently studies at Anthony Meindl's Actors Workshop in West Hollywood.
Lee's recent acting credits include ABC's "Last Man Standing", and both Showtime's "House of Lies" and "Californication" opposite Evan Handler. Lee's latest film, "KTown Cowboys" made its world premiere at SXSW this year and its LA premiere at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Short film "After Jake" ran last summer's festival circuit.
Lee began producing in the fall of 2012. He was the associate producer on his first short film "Another Stupid Day", which also made its festival rounds. The same team then followed the short with their first feature "The Amateur" (coming Summer 2015) and are in pre-production for another film, "In The Shadows Of The Rainbow". Lee also worked on a short film now in post-production titled "Ira" with Danielle Panabaker and is wrapping principal photography on feature film "The Trees" in San Diego.
Doud currently resides in West Hollywood, CA.