You might recognize this South Korean actor from G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Lee made his mark as an actor in 1992 in a drama titled Tomorrow Love and he has been in many Korean films and television shows. Lee speaks English, French and Mandarin Chinese fluently in addition to his native language. And on top of his acting, Lee formed a management company BH Entertainment, which manages other Asian actors. Plus he owns a shop BHNC which sells accessories like hats, scarfs and wallets. A looker and a stylist, huh? Look out for more action from him in the sequel, Red 2 starring Bruce Willis and ohers in theaters July 19,2013.
Uh oh! Nelly's tour bus was stopped by the cops in Texas. And guess what the cops found? On the bus, they found heorin, weed and guns stuffed in a duffel bag. The bus was checked during a routine search. The guys on the bus was arrested including Nelly. But the good thing is the bag didn't belong to Nelly. It was someone from his staff who took the blame and said the bag was his. Nelly and his other staff members were let go and didn't get charged. Nelly said he didn't even know that stuff was on the bus.