Brian Tee is an American actor best known for his role as D.K. in the action film The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, directed by Justin Lin. The third instalment in that hit franchise, it was released in 2006 with a $157-million worldwide gross.
Afterwards, Tee gave a comic performance in Lin's next film, Finishing the Game: The Search for a New Bruce Lee. He produced and starred in the independent feature Deadland, a post-apocalyptic thriller.
Tee has been featured in the Hollywood studio films Fun With Dick and Jane; action-drama We Were Soldiers, opposite Mel Gibson; and action-adventure Austin Powers: Goldmember.
On television, Tee has guest-starred on the hit shows Grey's Anatomy, Jericho, The Unit, Entourage, The Pretender, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Monk and Without a Trace.
He plays EMT Eddie Choi, who is caught between the Korean gang world he left behind and the mainstream medical world where he wants to fit in, in the television drama series Crash.
A Los Angeles native of Korean and Japanese descent, Tee holds a bachelor's degree in Dramatic Arts from the University of California, Berkeley.
In 2015 he began a starring role as Dr. Ethan Choi, a tireless yet impulsive doctor who found his calling in medicine while serving as a Navel combat doctor, on the medical drama television series Chicago Med.