|Intro||Father of Bruce Lee|
|Was||Singer Opera singer Actor|
|Field||Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music|
|Birth||4 February 1901, Jun'an, Guangdong, People's Republic of China|
|Death||7 February 1965, British Hong Kong, British Empire (aged 64 years)|
Lee Moon-shuen (4 February 1901 – 7 February 1965) known professionally as Lee Hoi-chuen, was a Cantonese opera singer and film actor in Hong Kong. He was the father of Bruce Lee, the father-in-law of Linda Lee Cadwell, and also the paternal grandfather of Brandon Lee and Shannon Lee.
Lee Hoi-chuen was born in Jun'an, Guangdong on 4 February 1901. He moved to Hong Kong and became a Cantonese Opera actor. There, he met and married Grace Ho (1907–1996) who was of half-Chinese and half-Caucasian. They had two daughters, Phoebe and Agnes, and three sons, Peter, Bruce and Robert.
Lee and his wife were travelling for a one-year US tour with the Cantonese Opera Company in 1940 when their second son Bruce Lee was born in San Francisco. They later returned to Hong Kong when Bruce Lee was three months old.
Their youngest son Robert Lee, who was born in 1948, would go on to become famous in Hong Kong during the 1960s as the lead singer and founder of a popular beat band, The Thunderbirds.
Lee died of a heart attack in Hong Kong on the 7 February 1965, three days after his 64th birthday and six days after the birth of his grandson Brandon Lee. He was buried at St Raphael's Catholic Cemetery at Cheung Sha Wan in Kowloon.