Jan. 02, 2015 | 2:09 p.m.
“Grimm” fans know that for Reggie Lee’s character Sgt. Wu, 2014 was a difficult year. Drew Wu now understands the supernatural nature of “Grimm’s” Portland, Ore., but the consequences of knowing the truth have been fairly grave. A face-to-face encounter with a childhood boogeyman called an Aswang prompted him to commit himself to a mental health clinic, and although his friends and fellow law enforcement officers, Dets. Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) and Hank Griffin (Russell Hornsby), confirmed to Wu that the Wesen world and, the sergeant’s personal demon, are, in fact, quite real, the information provided little comfort. With the NBC series set to return Jan. 16, Hero Complex chatted with Lee — whose character has the unusual honor of having a doughnut named him at a Portland bakery — to learn more about how the actor is coping with […]
March 06, 2014 | 8:42 p.m.
As Sgt. Wu on NBC’s “Grimm,” actor Reggie Lee dutifully has helped solve some of Portland’s most bizarre and often gruesome crimes over the last few seasons of the series, and he’s done so without letting on that something serious could be amiss in the Pacific Northwest. With Friday’s episode, titled “Mommy Dearest,” Wu is about to learn some surprising truths as he’s confronted by the notion that a force from his own nightmares could be alive and terrorizing his friends. Another big moment in the upcoming episode? Fans will finally hear the sergeant’s first name. (Check out a clip from the episode above.) Hero Complex recently caught up with Lee to discuss the ways in which his Filipino heritage is referenced in “Mommy Dearest,” his character’s reaction to supernatural sights and his connection to “Grimm” fans. Be warned, though, the […]