Linda Lee Cadwell is a famous American personality. She has multiple occupations such as martial artist, teacher, and author. Linda is mostly famous for being the widow of the late, legendary martial artist and actor Bruce Lee and also for writing the book, “Bruce Lee: The Man Only I knew”. The book is the base foundation of the movie, “Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story”.
Linda is also the co-founder of Bruce Lee Foundation and was a former trustee and unpaid advisor here.
Linda Lee Cadwell Wiki/Biography
Linda was born on 21st March, in the year of 1945. Her birthplace was Everett in Washington, United States. Linda Emery was her birth name. Linda was always vocal regarding her feelings against racism and hierarchies. She appreciates no borders in companionship and is even amenable to mixed-race couples.
She informs people of her first hubby, Bruce Lee, and his legendary phrase, “Believe nothing you read and only half of what you see.”
Linda started her early education in Meany Junior High. After completing there, she went on to study at Garfield High School. Linda told in an interview that she had fun-filled childhood and high school days. She then went on to study at the University of Washington. She got under Bruce Lee’s scope to become one of his kung fu students and learn closely the mastery of the technique. She also hoped to become a teacher from the university, as well.