Is Roy Lee Married? His Bio, Age, Wife, Net worth and Nationality

Is Roy Lee married? Possibly, he is. However, there are no confirmed information on his marital status and nothing has been revealed about his wife or girlfriend. Lee has kept his private life out of the media’s attention and is successful in maintaining a low personal profile. Scroll down to explore more interesting personal facts and biography of Roy Lee:

 

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Who is Roy Lee?

Born as Roy Lee, he landed on the planet on March 23, 1969, which makes his age be 52 years old as of 2021. By profession, he is an American film producer who has served numerous films like supernatural horror film Flight 7500, computer-animated superhero comedy film The Lego Batman Movie, supernatural horror film It Chapter Two and many more. His production company named Vertigo Entertainment is known for having a first-look deal with Warner Bros.

 

How was the Early Life of Lee?

Lee was born in 1969 and his place of birth is in Brooklyn, New York at Wyckoff Heights Hospital. Talking about his family background, he was born to Korean parents where his father was a doctor. His mother is a devout Christian who dreamed of making him a minister.

Talking about his education and academic achievements, he went to where he earned his graduation. During his undergraduate studies, he went for an internship at the law firm Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson. For his higher education, he went to American University Washington College of Law with a dream of being a successful corporate lawyer in the future.

 

Career and Professional Journey

After completing graduation from American University, he moved to Los Angeles. He then started working for a production company called Alphaville as a “tracker” where he used to monitor spec material and dealmaking. He went to work with a talent-management company named BenderSpink which was owned by two of his friends named JC Spink and Chris Bender in 1999. With Ed Kashiba, he developed the company Scriptshark.com for novice screenwriters to have their scripts assessed online. The duo partnered with Sean Connolly and later sold the site in 2001 to iFilm who later sold it to The New York Times.

In late 2001, he left BenderSpink in order to join Doug Davison to create Vertigo Entertainment. As per him, one of the difficult tasks during the rok was setting contacts abroad. He approached many Asian distributors clarifying that they would make money by selling remake rights instead of selling movies in America because of their subtitles.

Through Gore Verbinski’s 2002 blockbuster supernatural horror film The Ring, he made his first motion picture producing credit. In 2004, he was credited as executive producer of the horror film The Grudge starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. The movie was a remake of the Japanese horror film Ju-on: The Grudge (2002).

The following year, he was named executive producer for supernatural psychological horror film The Ring Two and was the producer for Dark Water, the remake of a Japanese film of the same name. In 2006, he was credited for movies like survival drama film Eight Below, romantic drama film The Lake House, crime thriller film The Departed and The Grudge 2. In 2007, he was credited for the science fiction horror film The Invasion.

In 2008, his producing credit includes neo-noir comedy film Assassination of a High School President, the horror-thriller film The Eye, Shutter, psychological-horror The Strangers, romantic comedy My Sassy Girl (remake of Korean movie My Sassy Girl), The Echo, found footage film Quarantine and Possession (remake of South Korea movie Addicted).

To date, he has already worked on multiple movies and television projects. He is an executive producer of MTV reality television show I’m From Rolling Stone (2007), psychological horror drama television series Bates Motel (2013–2014), The Exorcist (2016), animated children’s television series Unikitty! (2017–2020) and dark fantasy/post-apocalypse streaming television miniseries The Stand (2020) which was based on the 1978 novel.

 

Personal Life of Lee

Lee has maintained a low personal profile and nothing is confirmed on his relationship status. He is possibly married and is having a perfect time with his family members. However, nothing about his private life is mentioned on his wiki.

 

Body Measurements: How Tall is Roy Lee?

American filmmaker Roy Lee stands at a tall height above 5 feet and 5 inches. He lives with a healthy adopted lifestyle and carries maintained weight. He has a cheerful personality and his convincing power is the best thing that he possesses.

 

What is the Net worth of Roy Lee?

The founder of Vertigo Entertainment, Roy Lee has an estimated net worth of 10 million USD. He is most noted for having producing credits in multiple blockbuster movies and television series. Alongside Doug Davison, he is an executive producer of the Uruguay short film Ataque de Pánico!.

 

Wiki and Facts

The biography of Roy Lee is prepared by various wiki sites like IMDb and Wikipedia. There are no verified social networking accounts like Twitter and Instagram on Lee’s name.

 

Conclusions

Lee is a hardworking film producer who has maintained relations with Asian filmmakers too. He has mostly worked for horror films and is known for remaking Asian movies. His innovative concepts have made his success and today, Vertigo Entertainment (which he founded with Doug Davison in 2001) has already produced several hit movies.

 

Quick Facts

Birth Name: Roy Lee

Date of Birth: March 23, 1969

Place of Birth: Wyckoff Heights Hospital, Brooklyn, New York

Parents Name: N/A

Profession: Film Producer

Height: Above 5 feet and 5 inches

Weight: N/A

Net Worth: US$10 million (estimated)

Sexual Orientation: Straight

Marital Status: Married (Possibly)

Spouse/ Girlfriend: N/A

Children: N/A

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