Robert Young Lee Jr. is an American actor, podcaster, and comedian. On 17 September 1971, Bobby Lee was born to parents Jeanie and Robert E. Lee in San Diego, Count. He was a breakdancing team member when he attended high school. He moved out from his parent’s home and took odd jobs in restaurants and coffee shops at 18 years old.
Lee’s parents owned different clothing stores in California. His younger brother is a musician and host of a podcast ‘The Steebee Weebee.’ Lee’s brother appeared as a guest on MADtv. After a few months of different jobs at the comedy store, he decided to perform stand-up comedy during their amateur nights.
Bobby Lee is best known for ‘MADtv’ members that aired from 2001 to 2009. Thus, he made a name for himself in the comedy and entertainment industry. Further, Lee is known for his roles in the films Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), ‘The Dictator’ and ‘Pineapple Express. Between 2018 and 2019, he co-starred in the series ‘Splitting Up Together’ alongside Jenna Fisher and Oliver Hudson.
Quick facts about Bobby Lee
Full Name: Robert Young Lee Jr.
Age(in2021): 50 Years
Education: Painted Rock Elementary School, Twin Peaks Middle School, and Poway High School, California.
Height: 5′ 4″ (1.64 m)
Weight: 85 kg; In pounds: 187 lbs.
What is Bobby Lee’s net worth?
Bobby Lee is an American comedian and actor who has a net worth of $1 million. The comic performer and actor make a decent amount of money for appearing in films and comedy series. According to a source, Hollywood TV star makes $150K-$1 million as per their popularity and nature of characters. As we know that he is one of the popular comedy actors, we can assume that he earns somewhere in the above range.
Apart from movies and series, his YouTube channel is one of his money sources. He hosts podcasts with Tigerbelly on YouTube. In September 2018, his channel had 187K + subscribers. Lee often goes for a stand-up comedy tour in different cities and charges $11 as an average price for each ticket. Also, he earned a good amount of money from these tours. His films Pineapple Express (2008) had a worldwide gross of $102.4 million.