David Lee McInnis (born December 12, 1973) is an Asian American actor based in Los Angeles and New York.
David Lee McInnis, the only child of Thomas and Diana McInnis (née Hyung Ja Lee), was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin and grew up in Antigo, Wisconsin and Honolulu, Hawaii. He is of German-Irish/Korean heritage and debuted his acting career in indie crime thriller, The Cut Runs Deep.
American-made The Cut Runs Deep was an underground hit in South Korea, where McInnis moved to soon after quitting school and achieved noticeable success in the Asian film industry. He was the face of SK Telecom's UTO division from 2001 to 2003 while in Korea, and his early Asian film credits include a supporting cast role in A Moment To Remember.
After a period of introspection, McInnis returned to the limelight with a leading role in Typhoon, a big-budget South Korean action film. McInnis went on to star in critically acclaimed US/Korean movie Never Forever, and then took on a supporting lead role in Gidam (US release Epitaph) as well as guest starred in MBC Network's television series Air City.
McInnis inherited a penchant for antiques from his antique store owner mom and a love for cooking and