Bruce Lee was a Hong Kong and American national who is widely considered as the best martial artist of all time. As an actor, he has produced the top grossing films 'Fists of Fury' (1972) and 'Enter the Dragon' (1972). Starting with an appearance in 'Golden Gate Girl' (1941) as a three-month-old infant, he appeared in twenty Hong Kong drama films by the time he was 18. He starred in successful movies like 'The Kid' (1950), 'In the Face of Demolition' (1953), 'An Orphan's Tragedy' (1955), 'The Thunderstorm' (1957) and 'The Orphan' (1960).
After moving to the US, he debuted before the American viewers with the 1966 television series 'The Green Hornet'. He made guest appearances on many TV shows and also played supporting roles in a few movies, but eventually returned to Hong Kong to play lead actor in the action film 'The Big Boss' (1971). He broke his previous box-office records with his next movie, 'Fist of Fury' (1972), and went on to write, produce and direct his next successful film, 'Way of the Dragon' (1972). Before his untimely death in 1972, he completed the films 'Enter the Dragon', 'Circle of Iron' and 'Game of Death'.