Brandon Lee's Former Home

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By qstone @ 2012-05-12 01:15:10
Brandon Lee was the son of of martial arts film star Bruce Lee. Brandon was becoming a successful actor on his own, while living with the stigma of being the son of Bruce Lee. On March 31, 1993 while filming the movie "The Crow" in Wilmington, North Carolina, Brandon was accidentally shot and killed when a prop gun used the movie was loaded with real bullets. He was 28. This was his Los Angeles home that he purchased not long before his death.
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