|Chinese name||李香凝 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||李香凝 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||Lǐ Xiāngníng (Mandarin)|
|Jyutping||Lei5 Heong1 Jing4 (Cantonese)|
Shannon Emery Lee|
April 19, 1969
Los Angeles, California, United States
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, United States|
Chadwick School |
|Occupation||Businessperson, actress, martial artist|
|Spouse(s)||Anthony Ian Keasler (m. 1994)|
|Children||Wren Keasler (daughter)|
Bruce Lee (father) (1940–1973)|
Linda Lee Cadwell (mother) (born 1945)
|Siblings||Brandon Lee (brother) (1965–1993)|
|Ancestry||Shunde, Guangdong, China|
|Also known as||Shan Shan|
Shannon Emery Lee (born April 19, 1969) is an American actress, martial artist and businesswoman. She is the daughter of late martial arts film star Bruce Lee and retired martial arts teacher Linda Lee Cadwell, the granddaughter of Cantonese opera singer Lee Hoi-Chuen, and the younger sister of Brandon Lee.
She was born in April 19, 1969 in Los Angeles, California to martial arts film star Bruce Lee and Linda Emery, in her youth, she studied Jeet Kune Do, the martial art created by her father, under Richard Bustillo, one of her father's students. However, her serious studies did not begin until the late 1990s. To train for parts in action movies, she studied Jeet Kune Do with Ted Wong.
She studied Taekwondo under Dung Doa Liang and Wushu under Eric Chen. She also studied under the tutelage of the director of Enter the Eagles, Yuen De, Jackie Chan's Chinese opera brother. Because the film Enter the Eagles required her to fight Benny Urquidez, he taught her kickboxing.
Lee made her acting debut playing a cameo in her father's 1993 biopic film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story as the party singer of the song "California Dreamin.'" She went on to appear in the direct-to-video films Cage II (1994) with bodybuilding veteran and actor Lou Ferrigno and High Voltage (1997) with Antonio Sabato Jr. In 1998, she starred in the Hong Kong action film Enter the Eagles, directed by Corey Yuen, co-starring Michael Wong and Anita Yuen.
On television, she guest-starred in an episode of the television series Martial Law alongside Sammo Hung in 1998 and appeared in the sci-fi television film Epoch, which first aired on the Sci Fi Channel in 2001. She was also the host of the first season of WMAC Masters. Lee is president of the Bruce Lee Foundation.
She sang on the band Medicine's album The Mechanical Forces of Love in 2003. She sang a cover of "I'm in the Mood for Love" for the movie China Strike Force (2000), which starred Leehom Wang and Aaron Kwok. She was the executive producer of the 2008 television series The Legend of Bruce Lee, based on her father's life, and the 2009 documentary film How Bruce Lee Changed the World.
Lee first met Ian Keasler in August 1988 and were married in August 22, 1994. They later had a daughter named Wren in 2003.
|1993||Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story||Party Singer|
|1997||High Voltage||Jane Logan|
|1998||Enter the Eagles||Mandy||Alternative title: Gwan Guen See Dam|
|2001||Lessons for an Assassin||Fiona|
|2002||She, Me and Her||Paula Jemison|
|1995||WMAC Masters||Host||13 episodes|
|1998||Martial Law||Vanessa Feng||Episode: "Take Out"|
|2012||I Am Bruce Lee||Executive producer||Television film|
- Reid, Dr. Craig D. (1999). "Shannon Lee: Emerging From the Shadows of Bruce Lee, the Butterfly Spreads her Wings". Black Belt. 37 (10): 33.
- Bruce Lee Foundation website. Retrieved December 10, 2014.
- Bellafante, Ginia (May 15, 2009). "The Hagiography of the Dragon, a Continuing Saga". The New York Times.
- "Shannon Lee- Bruce Lee's daughter- Age, Height, Biography, brother Brandon, Husband Anthony Ian Keasler". Celebrity XYZ. Retrieved 2018-05-11.
- Wolfe, April (September 6, 2016), "How Bruce Lee's Daughter Is Sharing His Philosophies With the Digital Generation", LA Weekly