Sook-Yin Lee is a Canadian filmmaker, musician, actor, visual artist, and radio & TV broadcaster. She fronted the art-rock band, Bob's Your Uncle, before embarking on a solo career. The former MuchMusic VJ hosts and co-produces the personal storytelling program DNTO on CBC Radio 1. She stars in the adventurous sex comedy Shortbus, directed by John Cameron Mitchell, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Her performance earned her the 2007 Best Supporting Actress award from the International Cinephile Society, honoring the finest in American and international cinema.
Year of the Carnivore is Sook-Yin Lee's feature movie debut as writer-director. She co-created the Genie-nominated score and concept album, Original Music From and Inspired by the Movie Year of the Carnivore, with Buck 65 and Adam Litovitz.
How Can I Forget? is Lee's experimental-narrative-theatre debut which she wrote, directed and performed at the 2013 Rhubarb Festival.
She is developing two movies: a ghost story, Octavio is Dead, and an adaptation of Chester Brown's graphic novel, Paying For It.
Her photography exhibition, We Are Light Rays, moves to the Ottawa Art Gallery in September 2013.