Bruce Lee was so fast that they actually had to slow a film down so you could see his moves. That’s the opposite of the norm.
He Demand for his private Kung Fu lessons grew so high and his hourly rate soared to as much as $275 per hour.
Lee’s hand is faster than the blink of an eye: He developed a trick for showing off his speed—a person holds a coin and as he closes it, Lee would take it and could even swap the coin for another.
Although Bruce Lee started his acting career at age 6 and was known worldwide as an actor, he considered himself a martial artist first and an actor second.
The movie ‘Enter the Dragon’ was the last complete film made by Bruce Lee before his death: It was a 1973 Warner Brothers martial arts film and was the first to ever be made by a Hollywood Studio.
Lee forever lives in video games: He was often honored in various video games like in Mortal Kombat Series—Liu Kang; in Super Street Fighter 2—Fei Long; in World Heroes—Kim Dragon; and in Tekken—Marshall Law and Forrest Law.
Way back in Lee’s teenage years, he was a gang leader: The name of his group was known as “The Tigers of Junction Street.”
Bruce Lee- playing Ping Pong