Actor/singer Raymond J Lee living in NYC created a GLEE Audition video. He created his own GLEE character “Archie Park,” who is an AV and orchestra geek at McKinley High School. This guys can sing, play instruments, and act. Peep his video. Hey Gleeks, do you want to see him on GLEE?
Update: you can now see Raymond J Lee’s official Glee Audition
GLEE Audition by Raymond J Lee
More about Raymond J Lee
Raymond J. Lee was born in Atlanta, GA to Korean parents but spent the majority of his childhood moving throughout the United States due to his father’s work with the military. An avid music lover, Ray studied the violin starting at age 6. However, it was his fascination with pop music that propelled him to buy his first cassette tape (Mariah Carey’s Music Box) and teach himself how to sing.
Ray attended Northwestern University and originally planned to major in pre-med chemistry, but felt the need to switch majors and follow his dreams. He was accepted into the Radio/Television/Film program in the School of Communication, and after several rounds of auditions was also accepted into the prestigious Musical Theater Certificate Program.
In the summer of 2003, Ray was a reality star as he competed with 11 other finalists on the NBC show “Fame.” Currently, he is starring as “Eddie” in the Broadway company of Mamma Mia! His past credits include “Applause” at City Center’s Encore Series, the title role in the New York Fringe Festival production of “Victor Woo: Average Asian American”, and various readings and workshops, including “Shrek” and “Honeymoon in Vegas”. He has also produced and directed several Mamma Mia Easter Bonnet and Gypsy of the Yeaer presentations.
Ray’s film work includes “Ghost Town”, starring Ricky Gervais and Greg Kinnear, and the independent feature “The Mikado Project”, which will tour the film festival circuit in 2009. Ray would like to thank all his friends and family for constantly supporting him with his dreams. He wouldn’t be where he is today without his friends always being there for him and guiding him along the way.