• Wren Lee Keasler is a 16 year old martial artist and actress, daughter of Anthony Keasler and Shannon Lee, daughter of Bruce Lee.
• Wren does not yet have an independent net worth, but benefits from her mother’s wealth of over $10 million.
• Shannon Lee is an actress, martial artist and businesswoman. She learned Jeet Kune Do from Ted Wong and Taekwondo from Dung Doa Liang.
• Bruce Lee was a Hong Kong-born American actor, producer, martial artist, philosopher and trainer.
• Wren is active on social media and is rumoured to be single.
Wren Keasler Age, Boyfriend. Who is Shannon Lee’s daughter?
Wren Lee Keasler, born on 21 May 2003, is a martial artist and actress from the United States. She is the daughter of Anthony Keasler, and Shannon Lee, the daughter of a renowned actor and martial artist Bruce Lee. Her zodiac sign is Taurus, and she is 16 years old. Being born into a well-known family, Wren is often under the spotlight and people are interested in her private life, career and income, and we’ll cover these subjects in this article.
Early Life and Background
Keasler was born into a family of very mixed Chinese, Dutch, English, Filipino, German, Irish, Japanese, Norwegian, Scottish, Swedish and Welsh descent, so her ethnicity is certainly mixed too. Judging by the photos available on the internet, Wren has a fit figure, which indicates that she puts time and effort into the way that she presents herself. She has dark hair and brown eyes, which suits her complexion.
So just how rich is Wren Keasler as of late 2019? According to authoritative sources, at the age of 16 this martial artist doesn’t yet have an independent net worth, but benefits particularly from her mother’s wealth of over $10 million.
Mother Shannon Lee
Shannon Emery Lee is an actress, martial artist and businesswoman from the US. She is, however, best known as the daughter of Bruce Lee, a worldwide beloved actor and martial artist, and former martial arts trainer Linda Lee Cadwell. Throughout her childhood, under Richard Bustillo, one of her father’s instructors, she learned Jeet Kune Do, the martial art created by her father – nevertheless, she didn’t start her serious studies until the late 1990s. She learned Jeet Kune Do with Ted Wong, to prepare for roles in action films, her late father’s expertise.
Besides that, Shannon practiced Taekwondo with Dung Doa Liang and Wushu with Eric Chen, and trained under the supervision of Enter the Eagles’ boss, Yuen De. The movie “Enter the Eagles” required her to compete against Benny Urquidez, and he ultimately trained her in kickboxing himself.
Lee made her acting debut as a cameo in her father’s biopic movie “Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story”, portraying a party singer. She went on to appear with bodybuilding legend Lou Ferrigno in “High Voltage”, as well as with Antonio Sabato Jr. in the direct-to-video film “Cage II” in 1994.
As of 1998, Lee appeared with Michael Wong and Anita Yuen in the Hong Kong action movie “Enter the Eagles”, directed by Corey Yuen. The mentioned movie follows the story of a thief named Martin as he tries to steal the biggest diamond in the Czech Republic, the Czar’s Prism. Lee guest-starred opposite Sammo Hung in one episode of the television series “Martial Law” in 1998, and appeared in the sci-fi TV movie entitled “Epoch”, which premiered on the Sci Fi Channel in 2001. She was the executive producer of the 2008 series “The Legend of Bruce Lee”, and the documentary film “How Bruce Lee Changed the World”.
— Bruce Lee Foundation (@BruceLeeFDN) October 13, 2016
She is also the joint founder of the Bruce Lee Foundation, which maintains the philosophy of the martial artist.
Grandfather Bruce Lee
Lee Jun-fan was born on 27 November 1940, and was professionally known as Bruce Lee. He was a Hong Kong-born American actor, producer, martial artist, philosopher and trainer. His most prominent acting endeavors included “The Way of the Dragon”, “Enter the Dragon” and “Fist of Fury”. Lee was the pioneer of Jeet Kune Do, a composite theory of martial arts derived from various combat styles that is often credited for securing the way for contemporary mixed martial arts.
He was regarded as the most influential martial artist of all time by historians, scholars, journalists and fellow martial artists, and was also at the forefront of helping to change the way Asian people were presented in American cinema. He was named one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century by Time magazine, and won the Founders Award posthumously at The Asian Awards in 2013.
His impact on culture and arts was vast, and there are several sites dedicated to him, in Hong Kong, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Los Angeles.
On the eve of the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, Lee’s father Lee Hoi-chuen, was a leading actor of the Cantonese opera and film scene – he spent a lot of time traveling and performing for Chinese communities across the States. While many of his colleagues chose to stay in the US, after Bruce was born, Hoi-chuen moved to Hong Kong. Bruce’s mother Grace Ho, was from the Ho-tungs, one of Hong Kong’s richest clans.
Career and Social Media
Not much is known about Wren’s career, however, we do know that she’s a martial artist. She is active on Facebook and is followed by 700 people, who seem to enjoy her content.
Keasler uses her social media to communicate with her fans, allowing them to take a closer look at what’s going on behind closed doors. “Hi, everybody. Bruce Lee’s granddaughter is here. I’m here to preserve my grandfather Bruce Lee’s legacy.”, her bio says.
Despite being a public figure, Wren prefers keeping some things away from the media, which includes her relationship status. The absence of any potential love interest from her social media lead many to believe that Wren’s single – of course she’s still young at just 16.