DJ Lee

Dublin-born DJ Lee (Liam Tuohy) has a long and illustrious career in many aspects of the Media and Entertainment industry under his belt and was educated at Synge St. CBS, The National College of Art, Brendan Smith Theatre Academy, Dublin and also Glendale College, California.

During his club disc jockey career he performed as DJ Lee in numerous iconic Dublin night spots from Zhivago’s to Club-a-Go-Go, Sloopys, Tiffany’s, Star, Picasso, Claire’s, etc..

He presented on pop music shows “Like Now” and “Spinoff” on Ireland's RTE TV.  While working as record promotions manager for EMI Ireland, Lee expanded his talents to write, produce and present his own daily radio shows for a various local Dublin radio stations including Sunshine, Dublin, Leinster, Klas 98.5 FM, etc., as well as RTE 2FM

Lee honed his skills as a voice-over artist and is much sought after for film trailers; narrations; commercials; radio plays; etc., including eight years as official voice-over artist for United International Pictures in Ireland.  

As a journalist Lee’s work for various publications included New Spotlight ; Starlight magazines etc., and was video movie reviewer/feature writer for Ireland’s national Sunday Independent newspaper for seven years.  

Lee created and wrote, developed and co-presented the art instruction Video/TV series, “Simply Painting” for Warner Home Video.

Relocating to California he resumed his original birth name, Liam Tuohy, to pursue his acting/writing career and has since amassed many film, TV and stage credits
His roles include 'Chief Baker Joughin' in James Cameron's “Titanic” ; Seabiscuit ; “Red Eye” etc., plus ADR work on “Pirates Of The Caribbean” and voice-overs on such video games as “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, Mafia III, etc.. 
He has also transformed his writing skills as a screenplay writer with four projects currently in development.

Recently arriving back in Dublin he once again donned his DJ Lee hat as a compere in the Gig For Robbie in tribute to the late legendary drummer, Robbie Brennan.  The sold-out gig at the Olympia Theatre featured a who’s who of beat club era Rock giants and resulted in 12,500 euros raised in aid of Dublin’s homeless community. 

Lee is deeply passionate about his work, and with his primary focus upon his writing/acting/radio career, he now regularly commutes between Los Angeles and Dublin.

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