BiographyOmaha, Nebraska, USA
Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Lee Christian moved with his family to Des Moines, Iowa in January of 1973. While attending Des Moines Technical High School, he was awarded second place in a nationwide screenwriting contest sponsored by Universal Studios. After attending The University of Iowa where he majored in communication studies, Mr. Christian performed on stage at The Des Moines Playhouse in various plays, including his performance as Eugene Morris Jerome in Niel Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and "Biloxi Blues." He later worked for Business Publications as an entertainment news journalist. Read more... Florida with a degree in Film and Video production and five awards, including salutatorian honor as well as course director awards for Screenwriting, Directing, Film History (which he also tutored) and Special Effects. During his time at Full Sail, he wrote, produced and co-directed the short film, "Death Of A Vitamin Salesman." He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.