Bruce Lee was Hong Kong and American Actor, producer and Martial artist born on 27 November 1940, In Chinatown, San Francisco, U.S.
He was the son of Lee Hoi-Chuen and his wife Grace Ho. He had four siblings Phoebe Lee, Agnes Lee, Peter Lee, and Robert Lee.
In 1964, He had married Linda Emery, They had two children, Brandon Lee and Shannon Lee.
He had received his preliminary education from La Salle College but he had transferred to St. Francis Xavier’s College. In 1961, He had entered at the University of Washington, Where he had shown interest in Drama.
He had been only three months old, Where he had starred in the film ‘Golden Gate Girl’. His Acting skills polished with his every film. By the time, When he had turned 18, He had been 20 films old. He had left the film to make his career in Martial art during 1959 to 1964. During the time, he had opened his own Martial Art School. In 1964, He had dropped out college and joined James Lee, a famous martial arts instructor in Oakland. Along with him, He opened second Martial Art Institute. In 1964, He had participated in 1964 Long Beach International Karate Championships, From that, He had popular as ‘two-finger push-ups’ and ‘One-inch punch’. In the same year, He had a private match with Wong Jack Man, which he had won. From 1967 to 1969, He had made a guest appearance in few more Television series like ‘Ironside’, ‘Here Comes the Brides’ and ‘Blondie’. From the 1972 film named ‘Way of the Dragon’ had turned from an actor to writer, director, star, and choreographer of the fight scenes.
On 20 July 1973, He died at the age of 32, In Kowloon Tong, British Hong Kong.
- His real Name was Lee Jun-fan.
- In young age, He came back to America, because there had been hit out on his life.
- McQueen was his student, Who even one of his pallbearers.
- At age 16, He had begun training of Martial Art.
- His family called him “Little Phoenix”
- After being challenged to a fought by an Enter the Dragon extra, He had fought with him and had beaten him in 30 seconds.
Awards and Achievements:
- He had been Named one of the 100 most influential people of 20th Century by the Time Magazine.
- In April 2013, He had been awarded The Asian Award.
What can we learn from Him??
Like Bruce Lee, Focus on your goal. Do hard work to achieve your goal.