Speaking trackside the handsome 33-year-old said he enjoyed bumping into the 39-year-old beauty in the Tabcorp marquee, affectionately saying, 'me and Megs are great friends, I love catching up with her.'With his snazzy blue checked shirt and blue tie, the radio star was all dressed up and ready to go to the most important event on the Australian social calendar- until he noticed the huge black tag attached.Lee has a sister, Alex Miles, who writes pantomimes and stars in the comedy show Porky Pies.
He was also a member of the Scouting Movement, performing in Camberwell Showtime and Melbourne Gang Show.
He then went on to study Commerce at the University of Melbourne, where he met comedic partner Hamish Blake in 2001.
In 2006, Lee was announced as Cleo's Bachelor of the Year Lee and Blake teamed with Ryan Shelton and several others to create a show called Radio Karate for RMIT University's student television company RMITV, on community-access television station Channel 31.
They also trained with, and appeared on, RMIT's student radio station SYN, and subsequently had a few spot projects on FOX FM.
Lee and Blake then hosted a comedy programme on Australia's Seven Network, The Hamish and Andy Show, which was shortly cancelled after bad ratings.
Critics acknowledged their talent, but panned the show as poorly executed.
Since this show, Lee and Blake have almost always performed together.
They are now consistently referred to as Hamish & Andy.
Blake and Lee hosted the national (Today Network) drive-time program Hamish & Andy (radio show) that ran between 4 pm and 6 pm, Monday to Friday.