Linda Lee Cadwell is a famous American personality. She has various professions such as martial artist, teacher, and writer. Linda is best known as the widow of legendary martial artist and actor Bruce Lee and as the author of Bruce Lee: The Man I Knew. The book formed the basis for the movie Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story.
Linda is also a co-founder of the Bruce Lee Foundation and was a trustee and independent consultant there.
Linda Lee Cadwell Wiki/Biography
Linda was born on March 21, 1945. Her place of birth was Everett in Washington, USA. Linda Emery is her birth name. Linda has always expressed her feelings against racism and hierarchy. She does not appreciate limits in the company and is also suitable for mixed couples.
She tells people about her first husband, Bruce Lee, and his legendary line: “Believe nothing you read and only half of what you see.”
Linda started her early education at Mini High School. After her graduation, she enrolled at Garfield High School. Linda shared in an interview that she had a fun childhood and school years. She then continued her studies at the University of Washington. She came under the guidance of Bruce Lee to become one of his Kung Fu students and master this technique up close. She also hoped to become a teacher at the university.