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Justin Lee began his acting career in 2004 as Hel-loh "Annyone" Bluth, the adopted Korean son of Lucille and George Bluth in the Fox sitcom Arrested Development, alongside such modern comic icons as Michael Cera, Jason Bateman, Jeffrey Tambor, David Cross and Will Arnett.

Justin Lee, the middle child of three siblings, was born in Los Angeles on September 30, 1989. Lee graduated from Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton in 2007. He currently attends Fullerton College with an interest in both screenwriting and psychology.

Since debuting on November 2, 2003, Arrested Development has earned widespread critical acclaim, including six Emmy awards and one Golden Globe, and has attracted a cult following. In 2007 it was listed as one of Time Magazine’s “100 Best TV Shows of All-TIME.”

Lee said that his character, Annyong, was supposed to be older, but the producers adapted the role to fit his younger age. A recurring joke about Annyong is that his name means “Hello” in Korean, which creates confusion among many of the characters. Lee is rumored to be reprising his role as Annyong in an upcoming film adaptation of Arrested Development.

Date of Birth:

Sept. 30, 1989


Screenwriting and Psychology


  • 2004, Arrested Development
  • 2007, Shredderman Rules
  • 2009, Just Peck
  • Recurring role, 10 Things I Hate About You
  1. From Jesse Latour's blog.