Lee Tae Ri To Debut In Hollywood With Special Appearance In

Actor Lee Tae Ri (formerly known as Lee Min Ho) has taken part in the Hollywood film, “Anastasia.”

His agency Starhaus Entertainment stated, “Lee Tae Ri played an Asian prince named Prince Lee in the movie ‘Anastasia’ and has finished all filming in America.”

The movie “Anastasia” is a Hollywood production of the 1997 animation film. The Romanov family was threatened by Lenin, and in 1988, they escaped through a portal, met an American girl, and became close to her.

Anastasia will be played by Emily Carey who appeared in movies such as “Tomb Raider” and “Wonder Woman.” Amiah Miller, who was in “War for the Planet of the Apes,” will be the American girl who befriends Anastasia while Brandon Routh from “Superman Returns” and “Legend of Tomorrow” will take on the role of Anastasia’s father.

Lee Tae Ri, who had to say all his lines in English and put much effort into the movie, said, “Although it’s just a special appearance, being able to star in a Hollywood movie was a very special and good experience and an opportunity to take on new challenges. Though I had many worries, I was able to finish filming safely because of the actors’ kindness.”

With experiences that the actor gained through his constant appearances in productions, Lee Tae Ri worked hard to shine. The production crew, as a result, caught that passionate side of him, which enabled him to appear in a Hollywood movie. The fact that Lee Tae Ri, who had been called Lee Min Ho for the past 20 years, changed his name and opened up the second act of his new life means that he will concentrate on his acting career.

Lee Tae Ri will continue working in overseas productions, such as the Chinese movie “Mystery Fighter,” and his other movie “The Bitter Sweet,” which will be released in Singapore, Taiwan, China, and more. He is also filming his new drama “Coffee, Do Me a Favor” (literal translation).

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