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Malcolm D. Lee Net Worth, Biography, Wiki in 2017-2016

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Malcolm D. Lee net worth:
$13 Million

Malcolm D. Lee information

Malcolm D. Lee information

Birth date: January 11, 1970
Birth place: Queens, New York, United States
Height:6' 3½" (1.92 m)
Profession:Director, Writer, Producer
Spouse:Camille Melika Banks

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Malcolm D. Lee Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016

Malcolm D. Lee (born January 11, 1970) is an American film director, screenwriter, producer and actor. He has directed such films as Undercover Brother, The Best Man, Roll Bounce, Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, and Soul Men. He also directed an episode of the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris. He is the cousin of film director Spike Lee, and is a graduate of Packer Collegiate Institute and Georgetown University. He directed an installment in the Scary Movie franchise, Scary Movie 5. In 2013, he directed The Best Man Holiday, a sequel to The Best Man. Wikipedia

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Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Girls Trip2017filming
Shots Fired2017TV Series 1 episode post-production
The Best Man Weddingannounced
Barbershop: The Next Cut2016
The Best Man Holiday2013
Scary Movie 52013
Life's Poison2011Short
Soul Men2008
Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins2008
Everybody Hates Chris2006TV Series 1 episode
Roll Bounce2005
Undercover Brother2002
The Best Man1999

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Best Man Weddingannounced
The Best Man Holiday2013characters / written by
Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins2008written by
The Best Man1999written by

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Best Man Weddingproducer announced
Barbershop: The Next Cut2016executive producer
The Best Man Holiday2013producer
Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins2008executive producer

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Clockers1995assistant: Mr. Lee
Malcolm X1992set production assistant - as Malcolm Lee

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Best Man1999Emcee

Assistant Director

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Girl 61996director trainee

Editorial Department

Editorial Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Malcolm X1992post-production assistant - as Malcolm Lee

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Arrangement1999special thanks - as Malcolm Lee

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Made in Hollywood2013-2016TV SeriesHimself
Entertainment Tonight2008TV SeriesHimself
'C.S.A.' Roundtable2006ShortHimself
The Music Makers2005TV Series documentary
Acapulco Black Film Festival2000TV Movie documentaryHimself (as Malcolm Lee)

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2000Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsTheatrical - Best DirectorThe Best Man (1999)
2000Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsTheatrical - Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted)The Best Man (1999)
1996Student AwardPalm Springs International ShortFestBest Comedy

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014Hollywood AwardAcapulco Black Film FestivalMovie of the YearThe Best Man Holiday (2013)· Sean Daniel
2014Hollywood AwardAcapulco Black Film FestivalBest ScreenplayThe Best Man Holiday (2013)
2014Hollywood AwardAcapulco Black Film FestivalBest DirectorThe Best Man Holiday (2013)
2014Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsOutstanding Director, Motion PictureThe Best Man Holiday (2013)
2014Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsOutstanding Screenplay (Adapted or Original), Motion PictureThe Best Man Holiday (2013)
2014Image AwardImage AwardsOutstanding Directing in a Motion PictureThe Best Man Holiday (2013)
2008Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsBest DirectorSoul Men (2008)
2006Black Movie AwardBlack Movie AwardsOutstanding Achievement in DirectingRoll Bounce (2005)
2006Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsBest DirectorRoll Bounce (2005)
2006Image AwardImage AwardsOutstanding Directing in a Feature Film/Television MovieRoll Bounce (2005)
2003Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsTheatrical - Best DirectorUndercover Brother (2002)


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#Fact
1Nephew of Consuela Lee Morehead.
2Nephew of Bill Lee.
3Attended the Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, New York.
4Graduated from Georgetown University.
5Cousin of Spike Lee, Joie Lee, Cinqué Lee, and David Lee.

#Quote
1If you look at 'The Best Man,' there's a lot of humor in that, but I never consider that movie a comedy. I felt that it was a drama with comedic elements and comedic parts to it.
2I love soundtracks that really play well into the movie and work in a symbolic way. You watch the movie, you hear this great music. You hear the music, it reminds you of the movie and it makes you want to watch the movie again. It all works in that way and it evokes memories of the first time you saw the movie. That's how the best soundtracks work.
3'The Big Chill' had a bunch of really talented actors, a great soundtrack, and the college connections that the characters shared. It's one of those movies I glean something different from every time I watch it.
4Kids are taking music for free all the time. They have Spotify, Pandora...The record companies aren't making the kind of music that they used to make. Artists make their money on tours, not from album sales.
5I've made it my mission to make movies starring African American actors and about the African American experience and put them in the mainstream. They're very universal stories I've told - every movie I've done.
6When you're in your 20s, you're a little more carefree; you're single. You have a very different way of looking at the world and experiencing the world. But later in your 30s when you have children, a career, career obstacles, mortgages, car payments and relationships you have to negotiate, that's a very different life. There's a little more angst.
7I'm driven more by my heart more than anything else, and my head, and sometimes those things are counterintuitive.
8I had a strong vision for 'The Best Man Holiday,' so I was able to translate that to the actors and ultimately to the screen. Things can't get too heavy or too outrageously funny; it has to strike a balance. Tone is everything. If you've set the right tone, you can get away with a lot of stuff. You can get away with making people cry.
9I did no research on 'The Best Man.' That was something that came out from my own head.
10Holidays have been commercialized. It has become about material things. But the holidays are about sharing stories and being in each other's presence.


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