HELIE LEE IS:
Macho Like Me is the true account of Helie Lee's remarkable six-and-a-half month journey living life as a man.
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Meet The Team
Meet The Team
Writer & Performer.
Helie Lee is the author of the bestseller Still Life With Rice, and In The Absence of Sun, memoirs in which she chronicles her family’s experience in war-torn Korea from the 1930s to 1997. In The Absence of Sun specifically details her risky attempt to rescue her uncle from North Korea. Inspired by her courageous story, Cosmopolitan Magazine selected Lee as a “Freedom Fighter” out of thousands of women nominated for their "1999 Fun Fearless Female" competition. She has spokenas a guest lecturer at Stanford,Yale, Harvard, Princeton,The Museum of Tolerance, and many other venues.
As a bestselling author, human rights activist, and national speaker, Lee has been featured on Nightline, CNN, the Associated Press, NBC Nightly News, NPR, The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, People Magazine, Today Show, and Oprah.
Lee is also the Director of Korea Academy for Educators and Associate Professor at Seoul Institute of the Arts in Korea.
Sammie Wayne, IV, is a director, lighting designer and award wining actor. Some of his stage credits include The Blacks, Salome, Sisterella, Split Second, Bonita and Billie, One Last Look, Nevis Mountain Dew, Cool Negroes and One Woman Two Lives.
He was the assistant director for the 13th and 14th NAACP Theatre Awards and assistant stage manager for Della Reese’s The Message is in the Music. Wayne also co-produces the Giving Back Corporation’s Annual Toast/Roast, a fundraiser to help provide book scholarships for high school seniors entering their freshman year in college.
Sammie has become the go to director for one person shows.
Ken Mok is founder and president of 10x10 Entertainment, a production company which produces television, film and alternative media. Ken is the co-creator and executive producer of the top-rated reality series, America’s Next Top Model. He is the
creator of the MTV series Making the Band, as well as WWE Tough Enough. In addition to television, Mok produced the major motion picture Joy, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro, and Invincible, starring Mark Wahlberg.
Ken also served as Vice President of MTV Productions, overseeing its television series and MOWs. He was the Director of Comedy Development at ABC and began his network career at NBC as Creative Executive.