Christine Lee Net Worth, Age, Nationality, Boyfriend, Height, Career

Christine Lee is a Canadian actress who went viral on the internet for her action-packed performance in the film ‘Black Summer,’ which was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is gaining enormous popularity for her portrayal of Ooh “Sun” Kyungsun in the drama-themed Netflix series, which is one of the series’ major parts.

Lee had the opportunity to play the character of ‘Kyungsun,’ a North Korean woman, in the first season, which was released on the platform on April 11, 2019. Sun is searching for her missing mother in the series. She appeared in the lead role alongside Jaime King as Rose, Justin Chu Cary as Julius James, Kelsey Flower as Lance, and others.

Quick Facts

Real NameChristine Lee.
Age 29 years old.
BirthplaceVancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Relationship StatusSingle.
SchoolAmerican Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Height (approx.)In feet & inches: 5′ 7″
Weight (approx.)In kilograms: 50 Kg (approx.)
Hair ColorBlack.
Eye ColorDark Brown.
Net worth$350,000 USD (approx.).

Christine Lee Net worth 2024

Her net worth is about $350,000 (approx.) as of  March 2024.

Christine Lee Age, Parents & Early Life

Christine Lee was born in 1994 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and her birth information is not publicly available on the internet. She is 29 years old as of 2024.

Lee and her parents moved to Seoul, Korea when she was a toddler. She spent the majority of her childhood and grew up there. Her parents, whose names are unknown on the internet, also lived in Memphis, Tennessee, the United States for a time with Christine and her siblings. She decided to pursue acting as a career when she was 11.

Christine Lee
Christine Lee (Source: Instagram)


Christine Lee began participating in the performing arts as a teen. Furthermore, she was chosen to perform in a production of A Christmas Carol during her high school years, which obviously increased her level of excitement.

Lee has performed in several school plays to showcase her talent, which has aided her in the later stages of her career. She decided to move to New York after graduating from high school, where she enrolled in one of the best film schools, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.


At a young age, this actress developed a strong interest in the entertainment industry. In addition, when she was only 6 or 7 years old, Lee was cast in a John Fawcett-directed TV movie called ‘My Daughter’s Secret Life,’ also known as ‘Lucky Girl,’ in 2001.

Wendy was one of her supporting characters. Later, in 2015, she made her feature film debut with the drama-comedy Ovum. Kora, one of the minor roles, was played by Lee. She worked on two projects the following year: Colossal (film) and My Christmas Dream.

Christine Lee played a minor role as a Seoul waitress in Colossal, and she worked under the direction of Nacho Vigalondo. The film starred big names like Anne Hathaway, Tim Blake Nelson, Austin Stowell, Jason Sudeikis, and others.

On the other hand, she was fortunate enough to play one of the lead roles as Holly in My Christmas Dream, a TV movie directed by James Head. Christine Lee appeared as Ms. Maloney in the 2018 film ‘Aliens Ate My Homework.’

She rose to prominence after appearing in the Netflix series ‘Black Summer,’ created by John Hyams and Karl Schaefer, fighting against infected Zombies. The majority of the series’ filming took place in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The second season of Black Summer, consisting of eight episodes, will be released on June 17, 2021. It has 6.4/10 IMDb ratings as of June 2021, but this is changing because the second season has not yet been released at the time I am writing this article (June 15, 2021). Her performance as a journalist in the 2021 film ‘Flora & Ulysses’ was also praised by the audience.


  • According to the source, her upcoming project is titled ‘Summer with the Guys,’ in which she will play the lead role of Patron alongside Terrence Green as DC, Jacob Berger as Officer James, Vanessa Deleon as Claire, Tamera Kissen as Shauna, Yasmeen Scarab as Patricia, and others.
  • She also appeared in several short films, including Boysenberry (Sandra Hall / Trudy Hall), Piano, and The Last Stay (Soo-mi).
  • This person has a sizable fan base on Instagram, with over 5000 followers as of June 2021. However, due to her hectic schedule, she is not very active on the platform.