Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Brandon Lee
- I just happen to like the action-adventure movies. No law that says you can’t work in all types of dramatic stuff.
- 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.
- A fight can express things people might not be able to say with words.
- If you’ve ever found yourself pushed to the limits of your tolerance… you find yourself doing some things that, from the outside, can be seen as quite insane.
- 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.
- I’d like to be able to show ‘Rapid Fire’ to my dad. I’m that proud of what we’ve accomplished within the framework of the action-adventure formula.
- A large part of my life revolves around my dad. Sometimes, I even feel a strong sense of connection, something very tangible when I learn something new in the martial arts.
- Immortality is to live your life doing good things, and leaving your mark behind.
- I’ve wanted to follow my dad into acting for as long as I can remember. ‘I’ve had a very serious round of dramatic training, and I like action films that take their characters seriously, so I figure I’m making it the best of both worlds if I try to bring some serious acting to a shoot-’em-up picture.
- Action-adventure, that genre, only works for me if you can care about the characters. If the hero’s not taking some kind of a journey, then there are no stakes – and no stakes, then you don’t care if he lives or dies, wins or loses.
Brandon Lee (1965–1993) was an American actor and martial artist, born on February 1, 1965, in Oakland, California, to iconic martial artists Bruce Lee and Linda Lee Cadwell. Following in his father’s footsteps, Brandon showed an early interest in martial arts and later pursued a career in acting.
Lee’s breakthrough came with the 1992 action film “Rapid Fire,” but he gained widespread recognition posthumously for his role in “The Crow” (1994), a film completed after his tragic death during its production. On March 31, 1993, at the age of 28, Lee was accidentally shot on the set of “The Crow” in Wilmington, North Carolina, by a prop gun with a malfunctioning dummy cartridge.
Despite his untimely death, Brandon Lee left a lasting legacy as a talented actor and martial artist. His performance in “The Crow” earned critical acclaim, and the film became a cult classic. Lee’s dedication to his craft and his charismatic presence continue to be remembered by fans and fellow actors alike. His influence extends beyond the screen, making him a revered figure in both martial arts and the entertainment industry.
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