Mia Rhee (Daniel Dae Kim’s Wife) Race, Wiki, Age, Husband, Career, Facts

Mia Rhee

Mia Rhee is best known as the wife of Daniel Dae Kim known for his roles as Jin-Soo Kwon in Lost, Chin Ho Kelly in Hawaii Five-0, Gavin Park in Angel, and Johnny Gat. He confirmed that he has tested positive for COVID-19 on March 19, 2020.

On March 30, 2020, he declared his recovery. Kim has a passion for collecting exquisite old timepieces. Several of his films have included watches from his collection.

Who Is Mia Rhee’s Husband?

Mia Rhee is married to Daniel Dae Kim and they tied on June 12, 1993. They have two sons. Their first son, named Jackson was born in 1996 and their second son named Zander was born in 2002. Mia and Daniel have been happily married for over two decades and have built a strong family together.

They have always made their children a priority and strive to provide them with a loving and supportive environment. Her husband, Daniel Dae Kim played the role of Ben Daimio in the reboot film Hellboy, in 2019.

Mia Rhee Net Worth

Mia Rhee’s net worth is not known. Her husband, Daniel Dae Kim served as a regular cast member on the ABC series Lost, from 2004 to 2010. For the 2006 release of the Saints Row video game series, Kim voiced the character Johnny Gat. Kim gave Metron’s voice in the last two episodes of Justice League Unlimited the same year.

He owns 3AD Productions, a production firm that is now behind the television show The Good Doctor. In the 2019 superhero movie Hellboy, he played Ben Daimio; in the Disney animated picture Raya and the Last Dragon (2021), he voiced Chief Benja. Daniel Dae Kim’s net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million.

Mia Rhee Age

How old is Mia Rhee? She was born in 1970. As of 2023, she is 53 years old. She is from Korea and grew up in Busan, South Korea. She holds Korean nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.

Mia Rhee Facts

  • Mia Rhee’s husband, Daniel Dae Kim graduated from Haverford College in Haverford, Pennsylvania.
  • In 1996, he went on to earn an MFA from New York University’s Graduate Acting Program.
  • Along with her role as Candour faction leader Jack Kang, Kim co-starred in 2014’s Divergent and its sequel, Insurgent.