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South Korean-American actor and model Daniel Henney, 35, took to Facebook to give a message to the fans of the Oscar-nominated Disney animated feature "Big Hero 6."

In a 40-second video message posted on his Facebook page three days before Valentine's Day, Henney spoke to his fans in Korean, which translates to, "Greetings. I'm Daniel Henney who voiced Teddy. Nice to meet you. Big Hero 6 reached 2,000,000. Wow!"

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"I am extremely grateful! I am thankful for all your support and love! Thank you so much," Henney went on to say. "It's really amazing. My concept today is Teddy's style. What do you think? It's good, right? Now, should we aim for 3,000,000? 5,000,000? Fighting! Thank you. Love you."

Since its release in South Korea on Jan. 21, "Big Hero 6" has had immense success at the box office. In the animated film, Henney voiced the character Tadashi, or Teddy in the Korean version.

Meanwhile, Henney has just joined the cast of the proposed spinoff of the CBS series "Criminal Minds," which will follow FBI agents helping American citizens who get into trouble abroad.

The boss of the FBI agents named Jack Garrett will be played by Gary Sinise while Henney will play Matt Simmons, a charismatic family man who is also an army brat raised abroad and truly embraces the chance to discover diverse cultures, Deadline has learned.

Repped by CAA and More/Medavoy Management, Henney also appeared recently on two CBS/CBS Studios series "NCIS: Los Angeles" and "Hawaii Five-0."