Bruce Lee was only 32 years old when he died suddenly in 1973. He worked incredibly hard to become a famous movie star in the last years of his life, but that was nothing compared to the fame he achieved after his death. When Bruce Lee punched and kicked his opponents, it was if his moves exploded on the screen. With an equally explosive and engaging personality, Bruce Lee overcame prejudice and racial stereotyping to become an international superstar and the man who opened the door for the martial arts boom in society and in the entertainment industry today.
Gregory gives an overview of the book:
I'm the owner and operator of Six String Communications, a writing and editing business based in San Francisco, California. Prior to starting my own business, I worked for many years as a writer, editor, and creative services manager at a large videogame company. I've also...