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Brandon lee

  • Брендон Ли

    Брендон Ли

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    Brandon Lee

    Brandon Lee

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    Сын Брюса Ли

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Brandon lee
 (full name - Brandon Bruce Lee February 1, 1965
 - March 31, 1993)

 Brandon Lee was born on February 1, 1965 in Auckland, California.  Brandon's father is a famous martial artist and action star Bruce Lee.  The ancestors from the mother's side were the British and Swedes, from the father's side - the Chinese.  Like his father, he died on the set at 28 years old.  When Brandon turned 3 months old, his family moved to Los Angeles, at this time no one offered his father a movie role, so in 1965 they were forced to return to Hong Kong.  All his childhood Brandon Lee spent in Hong Kong, here he learned the Cantonese language and mastered the technique of Jeet Kune-Do.  At the age of five, he already knew how to walk on his hands and got in a jump to his father's chin.  in Hong Kong, Brandon began going to school, where his father had previously attended.  The school required to wear uniforms, speak and write only in Chinese.  As Bruce's popularity began to grow, Brandon began having problems in college, due to the status of the star’s son.  It got to the point that Brandon and his sister Shannon were to be accompanied by bodyguards to avoid the possibility of their abduction.  Brandon was eight years old when his father died.  Linda Emery Brendan's mother took him and his sister to America.  At first they lived in Seattle, then in California.  When they moved to Los Angeles, Linda took her son to a military art school.  The IMB Academy was then run by students of Bruce Lee, Dan Inosanto and Richard Bustillo, and is located in California.  He was expelled from school twice for poor behavior.  As a child, Brandon raised rats in his room and then sold them to local pet stores as food for snakes.  Brandon read a lot, and admitted that he never picked up newspapers and did not watch television.  He liked to play chess, Trick Truck, Pin, poker and ping pong.  While still at school, he performed on the stages of small theaters.  After graduating from high school, Brandon Lee entered Emerson's Boston College, where he studied for the actor.  In addition to college, Brandon took acting classes at Lee Strasberg's New York Institute.  Soon, Brandon Lee decides to try himself in Hollywood, but here he is perceived as the son of Bruce Lee.  After filming the films “Kung Fu: Movie Version” and “Crime Killer”, Brandon Lee leaves for China.  Here he gets his first major role in the film The Legacy of Anger.  Returning to Hollywood, Lee starred in several TV shows.  The role in the film "Showdown in Little Tokyo" in which he played with Dolph Lundgren, became a real breakthrough for Brandon.  In 1990, Brandon Lee met Eliza Hatton.  Eliza worked as personal assistant to director Rene Harlin.  They met at one of Fox's Twentieth Century studio offices.  In early 1991, they began to live together, and in October 1992 they announced their engagement.

On February 1, 1993, filming began in Wilmington, and on the same day Brandon turned 28 years old.  Toward the end of the filming of the film, in one of the scenes where the main character is shot with a pistol, at 00.30 the actor was wounded from a 44-caliber revolver by a shot of actor Michael Massy, ​​who played one of the villains (Fanboy).  The stub stuck in the barrel was not seen by the crew and flew out of the barrel when fired by a blank cartridge.  The actor was wounded in the stomach, a foreign body stuck in the spine, causing extensive blood loss.  After 12 hours, Brandon Lee died in a hospital in Wilmington, North Carolina.  Doctors ascertained the death of Brandon Lee on March 31, 1993, at 13 hours 3 minutes, from ongoing hemorrhage.  Brandon died eighteen days before his own wedding.  He and Eliza Hatton were already engaged and had to get married right after the filming was completed - April 17, 1993 in Mexico City.  On April 3, 1993, a closed funeral was held.  Brandon Lee was buried next to his father in Seattle at the Lake View Cemetery on the shores of Lake Washington in the place that Linda, his mother, had originally reserved for herself.