Lee Kyu-hyung’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Lee Kyu-hyung was born on 29 November, 1983 in South Korea, is a South Korean actor. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Lee Kyu-hyung’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.
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What is Lee Kyu-hyung’s net worth?
Lee Kyu-hyung’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Lee Kyu-hyung is 38 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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In 2020, Lee is slated to appear in the film Stellar, a fantasy comic drama directed by Kwon Soo-Kyung.
In 2019, Lee appeared as the titular character in the CJ Entertainment production of the musical Cyrano, along with musical actors Ryu Jung Han, Choi Jae Woong, and Jo Hyung Gyun. The production was met with praise, and was lauded as an improvement from the 2017 production, due in part to the various charms of its leading actors. Following his appearance in Cyrano, Lee starred as Hedwig in the rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch, receiving critical acclaim for the powerful vocal performance and skillful acting. In November 2019, Lee reprised his role as the writerin the musical Fan Letter, a Korean musical set during Japanese occupation in the 1930s.
Lee was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 3rd Korean Musical Awards for his role as D’Ysquith in the 2018 production of the musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. The role required Lee to play nine different members of the D’Ysquith family, with rapid costume changes throughout the performance.
In 2017, he played the role of Yoon Se-won, chief of the prosecution’s investigation team, in the tvN drama Stranger, raising his profile. He was then cast as Yoo Han-yang, a second-generation tycoon serving in prison for drug use, in tvN’s television series Prison Playbook (2017). Producer Sin Won-ho and writer Lee Woo-jeong asked him to audition for the role after seeing his performances in the play Come See Me and the musical Fan Letter. Many viewers connected to his portrayal of the role, showcasing both cute and serious sides of the character, and it led to an increase in popularity for the actor both in Korea and overseas. Speaking about the character’s homosexuality, Lee expressed an awareness of homophobia in Korean society, but stated that he hoped his portrayal of the character could show a simple, human love that audiences could support.
In 2013, Lee appeared in the film The Face Reader after receiving a phone call from a friend that the actor slated to appear had a flat tire and couldn’t come to set.
Lee Kyu-Hyung made his film debut in 2001 with a minor role in the movie Kick the Moon. Lee has since starred in various plays and musicals, most notably with recurring roles in Laundry, Fan Letter, and Gloomy Day.
Lee’s interest in acting was inspired by the 1999 Korean film Shiri, and he began to pursue roles in theater in hopes of becoming a movie star.
Lee Kyu-hyung (Korean 이규형; born November 29, 1983) is a South Korean actor. Though primarily a musical actor, Lee has also appeared in a variety of Korean films and dramas. In 2017, Lee shot to fame with his portrayal of Yoo Han-yang in tvN’s television series Prison Playbook (2017). He is well known for portraying a wide spectrum of roles on stage and screen.
Lee Kyu-hung was born on November 29, 1983 in South Korea.