Mr. Bruce Lee
Original name Lee Jun-fan, Bruce Lee was son of Cantonese opera actor Lee Hoi-chuen. His first screen appearance can be traced back to his baby stage when he had a brief appearance in “Golden Gate Girl” (1941). His acting career began at age eight while playing the key role in “The Kid” (1950). Afterwards Lee went on to make over 20 movies in which he took children roles, including “A Son Is Born” (1953) and “In the Face of Demolition” (1953). In 1959, he was the leading male actor in "The Orphan" (1960). After finishing the film he went to study drama and philosophy in the United States, during which time he also taught martial arts, created the Jeet Kuen Do style of kung fu and began acting in TV dramas. Lee was invited to come back to Hong Kong by Golden Harvest to take up leading roles in "The Big Boss" (1971) and "Fist of Fury" (1972). He also wrote, directed and acted in the film "The Way of the Dragon" (1972). Afterwards he starred in the Golden Harvest-Warner Brothers co-production "Enter the Dragon" (1973). His distinctive image and agile kung fu movements brought him international fame. On July 20th, 1973, Bruce Lee was suddenly found dead at home, leaving his last film "The Game of Death" (1978) unfinished.