The daughter of Bruce Lee and sister of Brandon Lee, Shannon was born in Santa Monica, California on April 19, 1969.
|As a child she lived in both California and Hong Kong until settling in the Los Angeles area in 1974. In 1987, Shannon moved to New Orleans where she attended Tulane University. Here Shannon earned a B.F.A. in vocal performance, and appeared in numerous musicals, operas, and choral concerts. In 1993, Shannon returned to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. Some of her credits include Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, WMAC Masters, High Voltage, Martial Law, Blade and Enter the Eagles. In addition to acting, Shannon is also a singer. She sang on and co-wrote the album, The Mechanical Forces of Love with Medicine and has sung in concerts in Hong Kong, China and the US with renowned Cantonese singer Sam Hui.
||Currently, Shannon is the proud mother of daughter, Wren, the CEO of Bruce Lee Enterprises (a global licensing company), the CEO of Leeway Media (a production company), and President of the Board of Directors for the Bruce Lee Foundation (a California 501(c)(3) public charity). Shannon travels around the world speaking to schools and educational organizations. She also continues to sing, work on camera and write in her spare time.
|SHANNON LEE FILMOGRAPHY
2009 – How Bruce Lee Changed the World – Executive Producer
2008 – The Legend of Bruce Lee – Executive Producer (China)
2002 – Never Get Outta the Boat
2002 – She Me and Her (Europe)
2001 – Epoch
2001 – Lessons for an Assassin
1998 – Martial Law – episode “Take Out”
1998 – Gwan Geun See Dam or Enter the Eagles (Hong Kong)
1998 – Blade
1997 – High Voltage
1995 – WMAC Masters
1994 – Cage II: The Arena of Death
1993 – Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
2003 – Medicine: The Mechanical Forces of Love (singer/co-writer)
2000 – China Strike Force Soundtrack – “I’m in the Mood for Love” (singer)
1993 – Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Soundtrack – “California Dreamin’” (singer)
Shannon has made numerous appearances as herself in many documentaries and other reality pieces.