Bruce LEE李 小龍
Family name (in kanji): 李
Given name (in kanji): 小龍
Birth name: Lee Jun Fan
Date of birth: 1940-11-27
Hometown: San Francisco, California, USA
(1958) Left for Seattle with $100. Gave cha cha cha lessons to first-class passengers to earn extra money during ship ride to US.
(1962) Knocked out Uechi in 10 seconds in a Full-Contact match in Seattle.
(1964-08-17) Marred Linda Lee Cadwell
(1965) Knocked out Wong Jack-Man in Oakland, CA, in a no-holds-barred challenge match. It was Lee's last official fight. It lasted three minutes.
(1965-02-01) His son Brandon Lee was born.
(1969-04-19) His daughter Shannon Lee was born.
(1973-07-20) Died from cerebral edema.
(2004-09) Has a statue placed in the country Bosnia. After many years of war and religious splits, Lee's figure is to commend his work, to successfully bridge culture gaps in the world.
(2005-11-27) To honor what would of been his 65th birthday, a bronze statue of him adopting a martial arts stance was unveiled in Hong Kong.
Date of death: 1973-07-20
Height: 171 cm
Weight: 58 kg
Hong Kong cha cha cha
Martial Arts Trainer for Jeet Kun Do
Skills & Abilities:
Fleunt in English, Cantonese, Mandarin & Japanese
Actor in "Ai xia ji" (movie)
Actor in "Ai"
Actor in "Ci mu lei"
Actor in "Er nu zhai"
Actor in "Fu gui fu yun"
Actor in "Gu er xing"
Actor in "Gu xing xue lei"
Actor in "It's Father's Fault"
Actor in "Ku hai ming deng"
Actor in "Lei yu"
Actor in "Meng li xi shi"
Actor in "Qian wan ren jia"
Actor in "The Birth of Mankind"
Actor in "Wei lou chun xiao"
Ah Sam in "Ren hai gu hong"
Billy Lo in "The Game of Death" (archive footage)
Billy Lo/Lee Chen-Chiang in "Game of Death II" (archive footage)
Chen Zhen in "Fist of Fury Part 2" (archive footage)
Chen Zhen in "The Chinese Connection" (martial arts movie)
Cheng Chao-an in "Fists of Fury" (martial arts movie)
Cheung in "My Son, Ah Chung"
Infant in "Golden Gate Gal" (drama movie)
Kai Cheung in "Zao zhi dang cu wo bu jia"
Karate Instructor in "Blondie" (Pick on Someone Your Own Size episode)
Kato in "Batman" (1966 TV series)
Kato in "Fury of the Dragon" (movie, archive footage)
Kato in "The Green Hornet"
Kato in "The Green Hornet" (movie, archive footage)
Lee in "Enter the Dragon" (martial arts movie)
Li Tsung in "Longstreet"
Lin in "Here Come the Brides" (Marriage, Chinese Style episode)
Martial Arts Expert in "Bruce Lee & I" (martial arts movie)
Ngau Tsai in "Ren zhi Chu"
Tang Lung in "The Way of the Dragon" (martial arts movie)
Winslow Wong in "Marlowe" (movie)
Yeung Siu-lung in "Zha dian na fu"
Non-anime staff credits:
Director for "Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey" (original footage in documentary)
Director for "Return of the Dragon" (martial arts movie)
Director for "The Game of Death" (uncredited)
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