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Ben Lee (born 11 September 1978) is an Australian musician. He began as a musician at the age of 14 with the Sydney band Noise Addict, but focused on his solo career when the band broke up, around when he turned 18. Ben Lee is also an actor, having starred in the 2003 Australian film The Rage In Placid Lake. For many years he was dating Claire Danes but their relationship ended in 2003.

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Ben Lee's 1999 album Breathing Tornados marked a new direction for the singer as he introduced synths and increased instrumentation into his sound. The album was a huge success, with the first single, "Cigarettes Will Kill You", finishing second in that year's Triple J Hottest 100. Ben Lee also enjoyed success with the single "Something Borrowed, Something Blue" - from the album hey you. yes you. - reaching #22 on the 2002's Triple J Hottest 100. During 2003, he teamed up with Ben Kweller and Ben Folds for a side project entitled The Bens. They recorded four songs together in Nashville, resulting in a self-titled EP.

Ben Lee's latest album, Awake Is The New Sleep, was released in February 2005. the album showcased a much brighter, positive side of his personality, in contrast to his previous darker musings. Awake Is The New Sleep received several nominations for the 2005 Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) awards and Ben Lee won Best Male Artist, Best Independent Release and Single Of The Year for "Catch My Disease".

On Sunday, March 26th, 2006 he performed "We're All In This Together" from his latest album Awake Is The New Sleep at the closing ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games.