Shannon Lee in 2013 with a poster of her father, Bruce Lee, who she feels has been vindicated by Warrior, the series based on an idea he is said to have pitched to Warner Bros. Photo: AP Shannon Lee in 2013 with a poster of her father, Bruce Lee, who she feels has been vindicated by Warrior, the series based on an idea he is said to have pitched to Warner Bros. Photo: AP
Shannon Lee in 2013 with a poster of her father, Bruce Lee, who she feels has been vindicated by Warrior, the series based on an idea he is said to have pitched to Warner Bros. Photo: AP

Why Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon, is telling the story her father wanted to tell

  • Helping to produce Warrior, the HBO and Cinemax series based on Lee’s idea, has allowed his daughter to emerge from his long shadow
  • His original pitch has been rumoured to have been the basis of the 70s hit series, Kung Fu. Seeing her father’s vision now realised is a vindication, she says

Topic |   Bruce Lee
Shannon Lee in 2013 with a poster of her father, Bruce Lee, who she feels has been vindicated by Warrior, the series based on an idea he is said to have pitched to Warner Bros. Photo: AP Shannon Lee in 2013 with a poster of her father, Bruce Lee, who she feels has been vindicated by Warrior, the series based on an idea he is said to have pitched to Warner Bros. Photo: AP
Shannon Lee in 2013 with a poster of her father, Bruce Lee, who she feels has been vindicated by Warrior, the series based on an idea he is said to have pitched to Warner Bros. Photo: AP
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