Brandon Lee Net Worth

Brandon Lee Net Worth is
$5 Million

Brandon Lee Biography

In 1993, nevertheless, when he was on the established to film “The Crow”, he passed away in a firearms incident. Ultimately of the 1980s and the start of the 1990s, he made an appearance in many action films, which not merely made him even more known and known, but also elevated the entire estimate of Brandon Lee net value. Brandon was the boy of actor and martial artist Bruce Lee. Brandon Lee starred in the films Criminal offense Killer, Legacy of Rage, Laser Objective, Showdown in Small Tokyo, Fast Fire, and The Crow. Early Lifestyle (Childhood): He was created by the name Brandon Bruce Lee on 1st of February 1965 in Oakland, California, USA. He was a favorite American actor. Lee was nominated for an MTV Film Award for Best Man Functionality for The Crow in 1995. He was also nominated for a Hong King Film Award for Greatest New Performer in 1986. Brandon Lee passed on on March 31, 1993 at age 28. A global known Actor Brandon Bruce Lee born on February 01, 1965

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Quick Facts

Full NameBrandon Lee
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthFebruary 1, 1965
DiedMarch 31, 1993, Wilmington, North Carolina, United States
Place Of BirthOakland, California, United States
Height1.83 m
ProfessionMartial Artist, Actor
EducationBishop Montgomery High School, Emerson College, Chadwick School, Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute
ParentsBruce Lee, Linda Lee Cadwell
SiblingsShannon Lee
NominationsMTV Movie Award for Best Male Performance, Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer
MoviesThe Crow, Rapid Fire, Showdown in Little Tokyo, Laser Mission, Kung Fu: The Next Generation, Legacy of Rage, Kung Fu: The Movie
TV ShowsOhara

Interesting Facts

1 Brandon Lee was killed by a wad from a blank pistol. In a scene from Bruce Lee's 1978 film, "Game of Death," a prop man handling out blanks to some actors says,"These are blanks....There's a wad of paper that comes out and can injure someone.".
2 The manner of his death is as follows: Michael Massee, the actor portraying Funboy, was required to fire a .44 magnum revolver loaded with blanks at Lee. The revolver had been inspected days earlier for a previously filmed scene in which it was not fired but needed to be seen loaded. Dummy rounds are used for this, which have a bullet, a spent primer, but no powder. One of the dummy rounds had a bullet, a live primer, and no powder. When test-fired, the primer propelled the bullet into the barrel, where it stopped. The gun was then rechecked, but no anomalies were found because the primer was now spent and the barrel was not inspected. Then, when filming the fateful scene days later, the same gun was used with blanks. Blanks are fully charged rounds with no bullets, but there was a bullet in the barrel. The blank round propelled it into Lee's abdomen just as if he had been shot with a live .44 magnum round. Michael Massee spent a year, devastated by what happened, deciding whether or not to return to acting.
3 Was trained in Wing Chun, Shaolin Kung-Fu, Muay Thai & Jeet Kune Do.
4 He was offered the chance to play his dad in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993). Understandably, he turned it down so he could star in The Crow (1994). The film was later dedicated to his memory.
5 He was originally cast as Johnny Cage in Mortal Kombat (1995), but died before production began.
6 He was a troubled youngster but an outstanding surrogate-parent. When his actress-sister Shannon Lee and a friend were arrested for underage- joyriding in their mom's car, Brandon sat her down and gave her a classic "It's Okay To Have Fun But Don't Ever Take It Too Far" lecture. Indeed, Shannon claims that if Brandon had lived to see her wedding day, he would have walked her down the aisle.
7 Growing up in Bruce's shadow wasn't always easy for the younger Lee. As a child, Brandon was about to sign up with a local martial-arts studio...until he noticed a large poster of his dad on the wall; Brandon ran from the dojo in tears. Later, as a teenager, he dropped out of two different high-schools (once, after an "altercation" with the vice-principal).
8 Grandson of actor Hoi-Chuen Lee.
9 Nephew of Robert Lee
10 The apple never falls far from the tree: Brandon played the character "Jake Lo" in Rapid Fire (1992); his father Bruce Lee played the character "Billy Lo" in Game of Death (1978).
11 Brandon's father was of Chinese, and some European (usually described as German), descent. Brandon's mother, who is caucasian, has English, Irish, Norwegian, Swedish, and Dutch ancestry. Brandon was born with blond hair. As he aged, his hair color changed to brown.
12 Dedication at the end of Lee's last film, The Crow (1994), reads "For Brandon and Eliza (Hutton)".
13 Was to be married to Eliza Hutton in Mexico on April 17, 1993.
14 Was in talks with filmmakers about making Rapid Fire 2.
15 Was first asked to play the role of Bruce Lee in his father's biopic. The role was later given to Jason Scott Lee.
16 His Chinese star sign is the Dragon. He was born on Chinese New Year's eve, last day of the dragon.
17 Interred at Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, Washington, USA.
18 Older brother of Shannon Lee.
19 At the time of his death, was engaged to Eliza Hutton.
20 Spoke Cantonese.
21 Lived in Hong Kong for a couple of years as a little boy.
22 Killed while filming the movie The Crow (1994) by a projectile shot from a gun firing blanks.
23 Son of Bruce Lee and Linda Lee Cadwell.

Net Worth & Salary

The Crow (1994) $750,000
Rapid Fire (1992) $270,000
Showdown in Little Tokyo (1991) $250,000
Long zai jiang hu (1986) $200,000


1 Many remember his death occurred while acting, a real bullet hit his spinal cord.
2 Usually played a character on the wrong side of the law


1 [on why moving on after grief is important to realize your own dreams and purpose] Sometimes a personal tragedy provides the impetus we need to move on in life. It's easy to become stuck. We get lazy and we don't want to change. Change can be such a hassle. That's not to say that everyone requires a tragedy in their lives in order to get their ass moving, to take some kind of action or make some kind of decision: but if it happens, it can be definitely open your eyes. It can make you look at life differently, it can change your whole world, 'Why did this have to happen? What have I done? Why couldn't it have been somebody else?' Sometimes it can make you a better person, Or a different person.
2 [About Eric Draven] He has something he has to do and he is forced to put aside his own pain long enough to go do what he has to do."
3 All I can tell you is that you cannot make choices in your own career, either career choices or choices when you're actually working as an actor, based on trying to downplay or live up to a comparison with somebody else. You just can't do that. You have to do your own work based on your own gut, your own instincts, and your own life.
4 You only have the burdens on you that you choose to put there.
5 "It's funny, [...] for that sequence the director just said, say something insulting to him, it doesn't matter what. So I said something pretty insulting, and they didn't subtitle it, and they never asked me what it meant. [..] (Laughter)" (on the insult he says in Cantonese in Rapid Fire (1992))
6 A fight can express things people might not be able to say with words.
7 "It's such an intensely personal thing for me.. I'd probably have been a little too crazy" (On why he refused the role in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993)).
8 "It's either in the genes, or I watched too many of his movies as a kid" (on why his film roles echo those of his dad)
9 "The trip reinforced my suspicions that, despite my Pacific Rim heritage, I'm about as American as you get." (explaining that he feels no particular affinity for Asia and does not want to live there)
10 "I don't know if I was destined to play this role, but I feel very fortunate to be doing so." (on his last film, The Crow (1994)).
11 I've done my work and I'm happy with it...I respect my father very much, but I'm a very different person than he was.
12 [About The Crow (1994)] "I've done other films with violence in them, but I must say I've never done anything where I felt the violence was as justified as it is in this...This is justice".
13 [About The Crow (1994)] "It's a story about justice for victims".
14 Because we do not know when we will die, we get to think of life as an inexhaustible well. And yet everything happens only a certain number of times, and a very small number really. How many more times will you remember a certain afternoon of your childhood, an afternoon that is so deeply a part of your being that you cannot conceive of your life without it? Perhaps four, or five times more? Perhaps not even that. How many more times will you watch the full moon rise? Perhaps twenty. And yet it all seems limitless.
15 I always had a pretty good knack for raising hell.
16 I don't want to be remembered as the son of Bruce Lee.


Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1994 Chainsaw Award Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Actor The Crow (1994)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1995 MTV Movie Award MTV Movie Awards Best Male Performance The Crow (1994)
1987 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best New Performer Long zai jiang hu (1986)



Sex, lögner & videovåld 2000 Video Man in line to night club
The Crow 1994 Eric
Rapid Fire 1992 Jake Lo
Showdown in Little Tokyo 1991 Johnny Murata
Laser Mission 1989 Michael Gold
Ohara 1988 TV Series Kenji
CBS Summer Playhouse 1987 TV Series Johnny Caine
Legacy of Rage 1986 Brandon Ma
Kung Fu: The Movie 1986 TV Movie Chung Wang
Crime Killer 1985 Gangster - opening scene (uncredited)


The Crow 1994 fight choreographer
Rapid Fire 1992 fight choreographer


Edición Especial Coleccionista 2012 TV Series in memory of - 1 episode
Big Stan 2007 the producers wish to thank
Sex, lögner & videovåld 2000 Video this film is dedicated to
Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do 1995 Documentary dedicated to the memory of
The 66th Annual Academy Awards 1994 TV Special in memoriam
Teresa's Tattoo 1994 in memory of
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story 1993 dedicated to the memory of


L'urlo di Chen terrorizza ancora l'occidente - Dragonland 2008 Documentary Himself - Interview by Lorenzo De Luca in 1992
Bruce Lee: The Legend Lives On 1999 TV Movie Himself
Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do 1995 Documentary Himself / Narrator / Jake Lo (scenes from Rapid Fire)
The Life of Bruce Lee 1994 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Curse of the Dragon 1993 Documentary Himself
Death by Misadventure: The Mysterious Life of Bruce Lee 1993 Documentary Himself
The Big Breakfast 1992 TV Series Himself
Good Day New York 1992 TV Series Himself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1992 TV Series Himself
How to Become a Hollywood Stuntman 1991 Video documentary Himself - Fighting Film Director BJ Davis in 'Lazer Mission'
Hollywood Stuntmakers 1991 TV Series Himself
Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend 1973 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
Enjoy Yourself Tonight 1970 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

Henchman: The Al Leong Story 2017 Documentary post-production Himself
No Sleep TV3 2015 TV Series Eric Draven
Ninja the Mission Force 2012 TV Series Timmy
I Am Bruce Lee 2012 TV Movie documentary Himself - as a little boy
101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself
Sendung ohne Namen 2002 TV Series documentary Eric Draven
The Unbeatable Bruce Lee 2001 Video documentary Himself
Famous Families 1999 TV Series documentary Himself / Various
The Path of the Dragon 1998 Video documentary short Himself
Bruce Lee: In His Own Words 1998 Video documentary short Himself - Little boy
E! True Hollywood Story 1997 TV Series documentary Himself
Charlie Sheen's Stunts Spectacular 1994 TV Movie Himself - Leading man fights BJ Davis on camera
Biography 1994 TV Series documentary Himself
The Little Picture Show 1993 TV Series Himself
Bruce Lee, the Legend 1984 Documentary Himself (uncredited)

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