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Kevin Samual Yee | Born and raised in Vancouver B.C.
Canada, Kevin is best known for his work in theatre and as part
of Quincy Jones' short lived boyband Youth Asylum. He spent three
years with the Toronto company of "Mamma Mia!" as Pepper,
joined the Chicago cast of "Wicked", and made his Broadway
debut in the original New York cast of "Mary Poppins".
He made his professional stage debut at the age of six opposite
Rudolf Nureyev in "The King And I", and other credits
include "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat"
starring Donny Osmond, the television series "Lambchops Playalong",
and the Canadian premiere of the critically acclaimed play "Ice:
Beyond Cool". At the age of 15 he signed his first recording
contract with Qwest/WB and spent three years as a band member
of "Youth Asylum". Along with the group he embarked
on three national tours, filmed a music video that was a top five
hit on the Disney Channel and The Box, was featured prominently
on magazines such as Popstar and Bop, and recorded the album "We
Are Young Americans" with legendary producers David Foster
and Quincy Jones. Recently he has acted in several short films
and released his solo debut album (kev was here). He is also the
creator of the webseries "The Manhattan Boys". www.kevinyee.com
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Kevin Yee: Three
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