Jim Kelly, the first Black Martial Arts actor, passed away on Saturday (29th June) following his battle with cancer. He was famous for appearing in Bruce Lee's 'Enter The Dragon'.
Martial Arts actor Jim Kelly died aged 67 on Saturday (29th June 2013). He was best known for his role in Enter The Dragon alongside Bruce Lee and John Saxon. The film, made in 1977, combines martial arts, spying and crime. He appeared in other Martial Arts films including Black Samurai, Hot Potato and Three The Hard Way.
Bruce Lee in Enter The Dragon, 1977.
Kelly was the first Black Martial Arts actor. He was discovered whilst teaching Martial Arts in L.A. His career continued throughout the 70's.
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