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Christopher Khayman Lee

Christopher Khayman Lee
Born Christopher Lee Potts
(1978-03-11) March 11, 1978
Miami, Florida, USA
Other names Chris Lee, CKL, Christopher Lee, Christopher Potts, Christopher Lee Potts, Lord Khayman
Occupation Actor, Producer
Years active 1996 -

Christopher Khayman Lee (born Christopher Lee Potts; born March 11, 1978) is an American actor and martial artist. He was born in Miami, Florida and raised in Virginia Beach, VA. His younger sister is actress Chyler Leigh (Dr. Lexie Grey in Grey's Anatomy), who co-starred with him in Kickboxing Academy (1997) and Safe Harbor (1999). Christopher was intrigued by his sister Chyler's success in modeling and moved to Miami to join her and their mother. At age 17, he joined an acting class and soon moved to Los Angeles to film the role of Andros in Power Rangers in Space(1998) and brought him to his current residence of Los Angeles. He worked behind the screens for a low-budget film called Miles from Home. He is now working on the film Another Sleepless Night. He appeared at Power Morphicon 2014 with his former Power Rangers co stars Selwyn Ward, Melody Perkins and Blake Foster.


  • Filmography 1
    • Film 1.1
    • TV work 1.2
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