How did Bruce Lee die?
Few say Bruce Lee died of cerebral edema (swelling of brain) which might be caused by an by an allergic reaction to a painkiller, Equagesic. How did Bruce lee die there is no definite answer for this question. Bruce lee the master of unarmed combat and the fittest man, who was in the peak of his career died at the age of 32. He died on July 20, 1973. Since then to this date the mystery of his death remains unanswered.
Speculations and controversies regarding How did Bruce lee die:
Bruce lee is supposed to have died of extreme allergic reaction to a painkiller he took for headache. Bruce Lee collapsed during a looping session or automated dialogue replacement process for his movie Enter the Dragon on May 10th. He was suffering from headache and seizures. He was treated for cerebral edema. The edema was controlled by administering mannitol. This was how the problem started.
Two months later, on July 20th Lee had gone with producer Raymond Chow to his colleague Betty Ting Pei, a Taiwanese actress. They went through the script together after which Chow left for a meeting. When Bruce complained of headache Ting had given him an analgesic, Equagesic which contains both aspirin and a tranquiliser.
Bruce Lee’s childhood:
Bruce Lee was born in the Chinatown section of San Francisco on November 27, 1940. He lived in Kowloon in Hong Kong until he was 18 years old. He started acting in minor films as child artist. Bruce was once beaten up by a street gang, after which he studied Wing Chun Kung Fu under Sifu yip man. He never lost a fight after that. This was his first and last formal training in martial arts. He was sent to California by his parents to pursue his education and to stay away from violence in Hong kong. Bruce lee talented as he was also won the cha-cha dance championship in Hong kong when he was 18.
How did he enter the film industry?
Bruce Lee enrolled himself in Edison technical school. He taught martial arts in a park and waited tables in a restaurant for his livelihood. In 1963 he opened 2 martial arts studios and over time developed his own style called the Jeet kune which means “The way of intercepting first”. In 1970, Bruce lee happened to visit Hong Kong with his young son, Brandon. There he was given a role in a movie called Fist of fury, which made him a celebrity instantly. His last movie was Enter the dragon. He was noted for his fast movements, he was so swift that they had to adjust the camera speed to capture his ac