I have a site on Brandon, and a section with information on the relationship of Brandon & Eliza.Here is an updated version of the question I have been asked for years: What happened to Eliza?Brandon died very young at the age of 28 (4 years younger than when his father, Bruce Lee, died), on the set of “The Crow”, where allegedly there was one live round in a set of dummy rounds, and he was accidentally shot during filming by his co-star.Brandon met Eliza in 1990 at the headquarters of 20th Century Fox, where she was working as a personal assistant to one of the directors there. the song about his son …” Brandon’s crying, which he’s never done in front of me. My friend Robin, who is the makeup artist for the play, invited me to the after-party. Robin told me earlier that he’s Bruce Lee’s son, which I thought was kind of cool. I was listening to John Lennon, you know, I was listening to Beautiful Boy … “I’m not going anywhere,” I murmur like a vow, “I love you.” “I love you, too.” It’s quiet for a while. Brandon will die twenty years later on March 31,1993 in Wilmington, North Carolina when a dummy bullet penetrates his abdomen and lodges in his spine while shooting a scene from the gothic-comic film The Crow. Later Hancock would go on to write and direct films like The Rookie and The Blind Side, but at the moment is struggling for work like the rest of us.
His father, had he lived, would have played his on-screen father in the Kung Fu movies and TV series.
“Don’t leave,” he says in a way that makes the hair stand up on my neck. The coroner’s report said, “Death by misadventure.” He was thirty-two years old. I’m an aspiring actress (and, as night must follow day, also a waitress) hanging out at The Cat and Fiddle pub on Sunset Boulevard with the cast of an Equity-waiver play called Fullfed Beast, written and directed by John Lee Hancock.
In 1990, Lee met Eliza "Lisa" Hutton at director Renny Harlin`s office, located at the headquarters of 20th Century Fox.
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