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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: Tuesday 21 September

HGTV employs the Farmhouse Fixer as cringey I Love a Mama's Boy retgurns to TLC.


Skeem Saam Teasers - October 2021

Koloi fights for his dream.


2021 Primetime Emmy Awards: all the winners

Shocker! NOT. No surprises on the winners list. See for yourself.


Legacy 2 Teasers - September 2021

New season! Your first tease ahead of its premiere tonight.


New on TV today: Monday 20 September

The 73rd Primetime Emmys air on M-Net as CBS Reality gets into some Grime and Punishment.


Idols 17: Sudden Top 9 sing for their supper

It's down from 10 to 9 as Ithana withdraws from the competition.


2021 Royalty Soapie Awards: all the winners

The ceremony was held on Saturday and only airs on 2 October so be warned: spoilers within.


New on TV today: Sunday 19 September

New miniseries Hush Money debuts on SABC1 and My Kitchen Rules SA returns to M-Net.


New on TV today: Saturday 18 September

DJ Zinhle - The Unexpected starts on BET and Dance Africa Dance is new on Zee.


Gomora 2 Teasers - October 2021

Ntokozo is seduced. Also, Don wants it ALL.

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