Thursday, April 26, 2018

Who Was Brandon Lee?

Stupid question, huh? But the fact is lots of people don't know him beyond  his common definersBruce Lee's son, Eric Draven in The Crow, and "That guy who was shot dead on a movie set." He was so much more..

He was a man of strong character. There was nothing wannabe about him. Early on, he knew what he wanted, went after it as only he could, and became a successful, long range thespian at the precipice of super-stardom at his death.

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Have You Seen Brandon Lately?

A number of years ago I ran across some site about haunted Seattle. One of the haunts was Brandon and Bruce Lee’s graves at Lakeview Cemetery. It seems the father and son have been seen practicing Jeet Kune Do on their graves in broad daylight,.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Essay on Love - Brandon Lee (Attributed)

All people are perspective friends and lovers, and one that is realized the possibilities are limitless. Love always creates and the creative act is the highest scale of which man is capable. Since Love is not a thing, it cannot be lost when given. The loving person must first love himself or herself because you can only give to others what you have yourself.

--Brandon Lee, Attributed

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Brandon and Eliza

What can you say about a man who is 28 years old, but will never be 29?  A man who had every gift but the gift of time? That he was an actor. That he was the son of a famous martial artist/actor Bruce Lee. That he was once a rebel who backed his car the wrong way down a one-way street. That he was known in his early acting years as an arrogant punk.  That he loved pulling pranks, known as  The Prince of  Fun.  That he loved coffee and motorcycles and rock climbing and Jackson Browne and Jackie Chan and Harold and Maude and Eliza Hutton.
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Tuesday, December 5, 2017


Al Leong on his films, TV series, Brandon Lee, Lizards, Stuffed Animals and Cancer

Interviewed by Cindy Wiggins Tapia

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Back in 2014, I created an online magazine, Brandon, devoted to Brandon Bruce Lee. I really wanted the first issue to be a whammer-jammer, so I scraped up the balls to ask Mr. Al Leong for an interview. (We were friends on Facebook and spoke now and then.) He accepted! We did it via messenger and he mailed me a copy of bio--free and autographed--movie stills, and such. I dusted it off and here it is.

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