Lee Bane is a professional actor and film producer originally from Swansea, South Wales.
After Graduating from Gorseinon College in Swansea, he went on to gain a place at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. After playing notable supporting roles in high profile TV productions such as 'Belonging' and 'Doctors' for the BBC, along with many diverse roles in Theatre, Lee has since become one of the most prolific actors in UK independent film. The independent films he has appeared in have been commercially released in numerous countries worldwide such as the UK, North America, Canada, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Peru and the Philippines.
Lee's frequent collaborations with prolific production company North Bank Entertainment began with 'Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection', which debuted at #27 on the National UK DVD Chart in May 2013, the only film in the top 40 that week which wasn't produced by a major American studio. A major studio, Lionsgate, subsequently distributed the film in North America.
Other notable collaborations with North Bank include 'The Amityville Asylum', which debuted at #1 in the HMV New Releases DVD Chart in the UK and 'The Exorcism of Anna Ecklund' which opened at #2. 'Robert' reached #30 in the National UK DVD Chart in August 2015, the only independent film to appear in the Top 40 that week. 'Robert' subsequently went on to commercial success in North America, Germany and South America. Other notable appearances for Lee in successful North Bank productions include 'The Last House on Cemetery Lane' and 'Haunting at the Rectory'.
Lee's first film as a producer, 'The Curse of Robert', opened at #25 in the National UK DVD Chart and at #1 in the HMV New Releases Chart. The film was released in North America by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.