Chase Yi is an American actor, writer, director, editor, and producer. He was most recently seen in a small role in the series finale of the Disney+ superhero miniseries WandaVision.
The Michigan-native has also been seen in such TV shows as Extracurricular and The Adventures of Chang. Here is what you should know about Chase Yi:
Chase Yi was born Chase Joseph Maser on May 24, 1992, in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He is 28 years old at the time of this writing and is billed at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters).
Yi holds a degree in Creative Writing (Poetry) from the University of California, Los Angeles.
When not acting and/or filmmaking, Yi is an avid singer and musician and performs in and around West Los Angeles.
Chase Yi made his on-screen acting debut in 2010. Still going by his birth name, Chase Maser, Yi made his feature film debut in the 2010 comedy-drama The Lake Effect.
He made his TV series debut in 2011 in an episode of the drama series The Line.
Since then, Yi has been seen on the big screen in movies like Waterwalk, Love and Honor, Family Weekend, Chasing Gold, Coming Up for Air, and Alone Wolf.
On television, Yi has been seen in shows like Ringer, Livin' It Up, Girl From Nowhere, Superstore, Extracurricular, Sweet Home, and The Adventures of Chang.
Besides his on-screen acting career, Chase Yi is also a writer, director, and producer. He mostly dabbles in short films and his credits include He'll Be Dead by Sundown, Salt in the Wound, Letters from the Heart, Damage Control, Bermuda, and The Poet.
He was most recently seen in the series finale of the Disney+ miniseries WandaVision, playing an EMT.
While her official net worth has yet to be determined and disclosed, Chase Yi is, nonetheless, estimated to have a net worth of at least $500 thousand as of March 2021.