Bruce Lee was a martial arts legend, philosopher, and actor known for his incredible skills and charisma. Born in San Francisco in 1940, Lee grew up in Hong Kong and started training in martial arts as a teenager. He studied different styles and developed his own philosophy, which he called Jeet Kune Do. In the 1960s, Lee moved to the United States and opened martial arts schools in Seattle and Oakland. He became a popular instructor and trained many celebrities, including Steve McQueen and James Coburn. Lee also appeared in a few TV shows and movies, but he wanted to make a bigger impact on Hollywood. He returned to Hong Kong in the early 1970s and starred in a series of action films that made him an international superstar. Sadly, Lee died at the age of 32 in 1973, but his legacy continues to inspire martial artists and movie fans around the world.