South Korean actor Lee Sung-jae is famous for starring in such popular films as Art Museum by the Zoo, Attack the Gas Station and Barking Dogs Never Bite. Since debuting in 1995, he has earned various film roles as well as television shows such as The Love of Two Women, Stranger than Paradise and A Wife's Credentials. Throughout his career, he has won several awards and nominations, most noticeably, a Grand Bell Award for Best New Actor (1999) and a Baeksang Arts Award for Popularity Award (2000).
Lee Sung-jae first gained his film roles in the MBC drama The Love of Two Women in 1995. He continued starring as a villain in the romantic comedy Art Museum by the Zoo in 1998 but did not gain much attention. A year later, he quickly rose to fame after starring in the successful film Ghost in Love.
No record has been found about his personal life.
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