The “Enter the Dragon” star married Linda Lee Cadwell in August 1964 and had to kids, Brandon and Shannon Lee.
Unfortunately, his success was short-lived, dying in July 1973 at the age of 32.
Shannon, who was only 4 when her father passed away, has dedicated her life to preserving and sharing his message through the Bruce Lee Foundation, telling NextShark that he was a loving parent, but also a strict tiger dad.
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Calderon, the award-winning journalist who works for Univision’s Edición Nocturna Noticiero, is married to Hang, a physical therapist of Korean descent.
The couple started dating in 2010 and have one daughter together.
In a 2015 letter, the stunning news anchor expressed her concerns about discrimination for their daughter, writing: “My daughter is not guilty of having slanted eyes, her dark skin and curly hair. She is the product of the love between two people who decided to bring her into the world against all odds. That should be enough. Why would her physical characteristics be important?”
Farr and Chung , who is of Korean origin, got hitched in 2006, and have three children together.
But after 10 years, her husband’s parents still don’t approve of their relationship, wanting their son to marry within his race.
In a special 2011 piece for CNN, the actress known for her roles in “Numb3rs” and “Californication,” wrote: “Seven years later and three half-Asian/half-Caucasian children deep, the discussion of race rarely comes up in our home. But only because we worked so hard to make sure the inconsistencies we were both taught in our parents’ homes about what kinds of people were worthy to love would never be a part of our home or life together.”
Former One Direction bandmate and heartthrob Zayn Malik and model Gigi Hadid have had an on-off relationship since 2015.
The 24-year-old singer’s father is British Pakistani and his mom is English.
Rumors began to spread that the two got engaged after Hadid was recently spotted wearing a ring on her finger.
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