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David S. Lee

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David S. Lee is a South African actor currently living in the USA best known for his recurring role as Whitley Rezza, the father of Brian, in the short-lived fantasy drama television series The Nine Lives of Chloe King, in 2011.

He has made guest appearances in numerous television series including Alias, Las Vegas, Angel, Charmed, CSI: Miami, Leverage and Lost.

He plays the (uncredited) role of a younger Charles Widmore (played by Alan Dale) in the episode of Lost entitled "Dead is Dead" (Season 5, Episode 12).

Lee is the son of South African casting agent Moonyeenn Lee.


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New on TV today: Saturday 10 April

Reality show Abazali starts on Wethu and Curiosity takes you down The World's Most Dangerous Roads.


New! It's Complicated Teasers - April 2021

Introducing the first teasers for Zee World's new weekend series about Jassi who loves two men.


King of Hearts Teasers - April 2021

Exposed: DD’s conniving plans. And Sid gets arrested for attempted murder.


Begusarai Teasers - April 2021

Begusarai reloads on Zee World on 10 April for weekend double bills at 17h00 and 18h00.


Queen of the South 2 Teasers - May 2021

Teresa and her team are kidnapped.


Ring of Fire Teasers - April 2021

Schedule alert! Ring of Fire loses Saturdays and Sundays from this weekend (10th) with the premieres of It's Complicated and Begusarai (repeat).


Law of the Heart Teasers - May 2021

Andres proposes to Catalina!


New on TV today: Friday 9 April

Four shows start on SABC3 tonight including the mockumentary Tali's Wedding Diary.


The Cost of Love Teasers - April 2021

A mother tries to stop her own daughter from being happy.


Promised Love Teasers - April 2021

Adil has evil plans for Azaan who, in turn, tries to set himself alight.

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