On April 30th 2018, Grimm actors Reggie Lee, David Giuntoli, Bitsie Tulloch, Bree Turner, and Sasha Roiz were at the East West Players Visionary Awards 2018, in which Reggie Lee is a new member at the Board of Directors. East West Players (EWP), the nation’s longest-running professional theater of color and the largest producing organization of Asian American artistic work. Check out some interviews and photos with the cast of Grimm at this event.
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Reggie Lee – East West Players Visionary Awards 2018
East West Players 52nd Visionary Awards. IdeateTV host Jennifer Field interviews EWP presenter Reggie Lee. Reggie is also a board member to EWP and talks about his favorite moments at EWP.
David Giuntoli & Bitsie Tulloch – East West Players Visionary Awards 2018
East West Players 52nd Visionary Awards. IdeateTV host Jennifer Field interviews EWP supporters. David Giuntoli & Bitsie Tulloch. Jennifer has a fun conversation with the actors from the show Grimm and finds out more about their support for EWP.
December 4, 2017, Los Angeles – East West Players (EWP), the nation’s longest-running professional theater of color and the largest producing organization of Asian American artistic work, is pleased to announce the appointment of five new members to the Board of Directors: Jason M. Blackwell, Reggie Lee, Rose Chan Loui, Sally Pai Unruh, and Jeff Yang.
Reggie Lee is known for playing Sgt. Wu on NBC’s hit sci-fi police drama Grimm and Secret Service Agent Bill Kim on the popular FOX show Prison Break. His memorable film roles include playing Lance Nguyen in The Fast and the Furious; Tai Huang in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End; starring opposite Jason Statham in Safe; starring opposite Justin Long and Allison Lohman in Drag Me to Hell; and starring in Ben Stiller’s directorial debut Tropic Thunder. He also appeared in Here Comes the Boom and The Dark Knight Rises. Lee has regularly appeared in the Fox comedy Luis; Lifetime’s The Division, Judging Amy, and Philly; NBC’s Persons Unknown; and ABC’s No Ordinary Family. He toured nationally in Heartstrings and Miss Saigon, and was cast in the original company of the 1994 Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of Carousel. Lee received a Los Angeles Dramalogue Critics Award for his performance in F.O.B. in 1997 and a 2017 Drama Critics Circle Award nomination for his choreography for La Cage aux Folles, both at East West Players.
Source: East West Players