Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Linda Lee Cadwell
Linda has continued to promote Bruce Lee's martial art Jeet Kune Do. She retired in 2001, and her daughter Shannon (who is now in charge of the Lee family estate), together with son-in-law Ian Keasler, run the Bruce Lee Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching Bruce Lee's philosophy on martial arts and his writing on philosophy.
More DetailsHide DetailsLinda wrote the 1975 book Bruce Lee: The Man Only I Knew (ISBN 0-446-89407-9), on which the 1993 feature film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story was based. She was portrayed by actress Lauren Holly in the film adaptation. Lee also wrote the 1989 book The Bruce Lee Story (ISBN 0-89750121-7).
In 1996, Bleecker published a book on his version of how Bruce Lee died.
More DetailsHide DetailsHer son Brandon Lee, an actor like his father, died in a fatal shooting accident on a movie set while filming The Crow on March 31, 1993, 20 years after his father's death. Brandon's fiancée, Eliza Hutton, was involved in an out-of-court settlement with the producers of The Crow in 1993, and was instrumental in having the film released in 1994.
She married stockbroker Bruce Cadwell in 1991 and they live in Rancho Mirage, California.
She continued to take Kung Fu lessons from him while attending college. They married on August 17, 1964.
More DetailsHide DetailsLinda was a few credits short from graduation. They had two children together, Brandon Lee and Shannon Lee. Bruce Lee had opened his own Kung Fu school at the time and was teaching Wing Chun, which would later serve as the basis for Jeet Kune Do.
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