Lee Sang-yi Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Education, Relationship, Career, TV Shows & Movies, Awards, Net Worth

Lee Sang-yi’s Bio

Lee Sang-yi is a South Korean actor known for his appearances in various television dramas and films like “The Third Charm” (2018), “Hitman: Agent Jun” (2020) and “My Demon” (Since 2023).

Lee Sang-yi Age

Born on 27 November 1991, in Ansan, Gyeonggi, South Korea, he is 32 years old as of 2023.

Lee Sang-yi Height and Weight

He is approximately 6 feet (183 cm) tall with a weight of around 78 kg.

Lee Sang-yi’s Family

Information regarding Sang-yi’s family background, including details about his parents or siblings is under review and will be updated soon.

Lee Sang-yi Education

Lee attended Jeongji Elementary School and Wonil Middle School in his early years. He went on to enrol in the Department of Theater and Film at Anyang Arts High School, where he pursued his passion for acting. For his higher education, Sang-yi studied at the School of Drama, Department of Acting, Korea National University of Arts, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Lee Sang-yi in the film Hometown Cha Cha Cha

Lee Sang-yi’s Relationship

Lee Sang-yi has maintained a private personal life and information about his relationship status is under review and will soon be updated.

Lee Sang-yi’s Career

Lee Sang-yi started his career as a duty police officer at the National Police Agency before venturing into the world of entertainment. He made his debut in 2014 with the musical “Grease” and continued to appear in various productions like “Runway Beat” and “Legendary Little Basketball Team.” His performance as Peter in “Bare: The Musical” marked another notable role.

In 2015, Sang-yi gained attention as Jang Seon-jae in the musical ‘Infinite Power‘, directed by Park Hee-soon, a renowned actor from the Mokhwa theater company. Expressing admiration for Park’s understanding of actors due to his acting background, Lee became part of this unique directorial debut. He further broadened his acting spectrum with roles in productions like “Thrill Me,” portraying Nathan Leopold, and expanded his repertoire through plays such as ‘In the Heights‘ and ‘Me, Natasha, and the White Donkey.’

His career took a turn in 2017 when he showcased his dance skills in a video inspired by the film “La La Land” and made his TV debut in dramas like “Manhole” and “Prison Playbook.” In subsequent years, Lee continued to diversify his acting portfolio by starring in various musicals and plays like “To. Jenny” and “Red Book.” His villainous role in ‘Special Labor Supervisor Jo Jang-pung‘ and portrayal of baseball coach Yang Seung-yeop in “When the Camellia Blooms” further showcased his versatility.

However, his breakthrough came in 2020 with the 100-episode drama “Once Again,” where his role as Yoon Jae-seok earned him widespread recognition. His on-screen romance with Lee Cho-hee‘s character became immensely popular, earning them the title of the “Sadon Couple” and winning the Best Couple Award at the 2020 KBS Drama Award. He also received the Best New Actor Award at the same event, elevating his status in the industry.

Following a hiatus from musicals, Lee returned to the stage with the musical “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” captivating audiences with his portrayal of Monty Navarro. His impeccable performance and characterization of Monty Navarro earned him praise for his acting skills and ability to bring depth to the character.

Continuing his successful streak, Lee joined the cast of the drama “Youth of May” in 2021, delivering an authentic portrayal of Lee Soo-chan. He later debuted as a member of the group MSG Wannabe and joined the sub-unit JSDK. His versatility shone through as he starred in the tvN drama “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” and contributed to its OST. Lee also reprised his role in “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” and confirmed his appearance in the Netflix series “Bloodhounds.”

Furthermore, he took on the role of an MC for the 2021 MBC Entertainment Awards alongside Jun Hyun-moo and Kim Se-jeong, showcasing his multifaceted talents across various entertainment platforms.

Lee Sang-yi TV Shows & Movies

Some of his notable works include;

  • “Slow Video” (2014)
  • “Prison Playbook” (2017-2018)
  • “The Third Charm” (2018)
  • “Once Again” (2020)
  • “Hitman: Agent Jun” (2020)
  • “Youth of May” (2021)
  • “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” (2021)
  • “Bloodhounds” (Since 2023)
  • “My Demon” (Since 2023)
Lee Sang-yi in the film Bloodhounds

Lee Sang-yi’s Awards & Achievements

Some of his accolades include;

  • KBS Drama Awards 2020: Best New Actor in “Once Again”
  • KBS Drama Awards 2020: Best Couple Award for Lee Sang-yi with Lee Cho-hee in “Once Again”
  • APAN Star Awards 2021: Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama for “Once Again”
  • Asia Model Awards 2021: Popular Star Award for “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha”
  • MBC Entertainment Awards 2021: Best Teamwork Award in “Hangout with Yoo”
  • Korea Drama Awards 2023: Excellence Award, Actor in “Bloodhounds”
Lee Sang-yi in the film Once Again

Lee Sang-yi’s Net Worth

Specific details about Lee Sang-yi’s net worth or earnings are under review and will be updated soon.

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