Paul Sun-Hyung Lee doll

Toronto star of The Mandalorian is getting his own action figure

One of Toronto's most beloved actors has reached new career heights with his very own action figure.

Nothing really screams 'you've made' it more than having your own likeness in a toy, right? For Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, that dream has finally come true.

Portraying Captain Carson Teva on The Mandalorian (and The Book of Boba Fett), a live-action series set in the Star Wars universe, since 2020, has garnered the Kims Convenience alumni a whole new set of fans outside Canada and now, a doll.

Not really a doll but more like a bust (action figures need legs, right?), Gentle Giant LTD, which makes collectibles for Star Wars and Marvel, recently announced a new Teva. 

Basically looking identical to Paul, the bust features his signature orange jacket, blue helmet and A280 blaster rifle.

The East York native even shreds the news on his Twitter account, saying, "I have a bust," with the tag, #socool.

His fans quickly congratulated the 50-year-old actor and even tagged Hasbro to make an actual action figure (complete with torso, legs and feet).

Maybe we can get a Mr. Kim doll next?

Lead photo by

Gentle Giant LTD.


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