Death Place Matching "Hong Kong, China" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Anita Mui
Actress | Yim ji kau
With a career that began in her early childhood, Anita Mui is the queen of Hong Kong's pop-music industry. After she won a singing contest in 1982, her life in the limelight began. In the early stages of her career her image was a little bit tomboy-ish and sexy (which was the reason she was called ...
Actor | Ah fei zing zyun
Leslie Cheung was the youngest of 10 children. His father was tailor to the late William Holden. Leslie's parents divorced when he was young, and he claims this is one reason for his disinterest in marriage. Following graduation from secondary school, he studied at Leeds University in Great Britain...
3. Kien Shih
Actor | Enter the Dragon
Kien Shih was born on January 1, 1913 in Shígang Village, Panyu, Guangdong, China as Wing-Cheung Shek. He is known for his work on Enter the Dragon (1973), Huang Fei Hong yi qu Ding Cai Pao (1974) and The Whirlwind Knight (1969). He died on June 3, 2009 in Hong Kong, China.
Actor | Jui kuen II
Chia-Liang Liu was born on August 1, 1936 in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. He is known for his work on The Legend of Drunken Master (1994), My Young Auntie (1981) and Legendary Weapons of China (1982). He was married to Jing-Jing Yung and Hsiu-Hsia Ho. He died on June 25, 2013 in Hong Kong, China.
5. Bill Tung
Actor | Ging chaat goo si
Originally Hong Kong's best known horseracing commentator. Two roles in mid-80s Hong Kong movies landed him many subsequent opportunities playing essentially the same two characters in many other films. #1 Uncle Bill (as in Jackie Chan's bumbling yet wisecracking police chief from Police Story) - ...
6. Cheh Chang
Director | Bao chou
Chang Cheh was the leading Martial Arts director in Hong Kong in the 1970s, now with close to 100 films to his name. His has influenced other directors such as John Woo and Liu Chiau Liang, and made famous such Hong Kong stars as Phillip Chung-Fung Kwok, Fu Sheng and Lung Ti. Chang has declared ...
8. Run Run Shaw
Run Run Shaw was born in Shanghai, China on October 4, 1907. He went into the filming industry with his brother, Runme Shaw, and established the Shaw Organization in 1926 and the Shaw Studios (formerly South Seas Film studio) in 1930. In 1967, Shaw established the famous Television Broadcasts ...
11. Raymond Chow
Producer | Meng long guo jiang
A native of Guangdong province with Hakka roots, Golden Harvest studio president Raymond Chow was born in Hong Kong and considered to be a role model for success as a product of the parochial Catholic education system from China's past. Having first attended the legendary St. Stephen's College ...
14. Ricky Hui
Actor | Geung see sin sang
Ricky Hui was born in Panyu, Guangdong, China on August 3, 1946. Ricky and his family moved to Hong Kong in 1950. His father played the violin and his mother loved Cantonese opera, therefore, Ricky and his siblings loved music and acting. Ultimately, Ricky and his brothers, Michael Hui and Samuel ...
17. Li Hua Li
Actress | Yang Zi Jiang feng yun
She was born in Shanghai, China, to Beijing opera performing parents. Thanks to a long and popular movie career and youthful looks, she is nicknamed 'The Evergreen Tree' of Chinese cinema. She began acting in movies in 1940 and acted in over 120 movies before she retired in 1973. her breakthrough ...
18. Phillip Ko
Actor | Dian zi ge men zhan shi
Phillip Ko was born on June 18, 1949 in Hong Kong, British Crown Colony as Phillip Ko Fei. He was an actor and director, known for Dian zi ge men zhan shi (1998), Awara Paagal Deewana (2002) and Lethal Combat (1999). He was married to Madie and Yukari Ôshima. He died on March 30, 2017 in Hong Kong,...
20. Pik-Wan Tang
Actress | Guan gong yue xia shi diao chan
Pik-Wan Tang was born on January 1, 1926 in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. She is known for her work on Guan gong yue xia shi diao chan (1956), She Shoots Straight (1990) and Yue Fei chu shi (1962). She died on March 25, 1991 in Hong Kong, China.
24. Lydia Shum
Actress | Lo foo chut gang
With her signature wing-tip frame coke bottle glasses and imposing coif, 'Zaftig' TV-movie comedienne and celebrity personality Lydia Shum also known as 'Ah-Fay' to her fans stands out as one of the most recognizable and endearing entertainment icons in Hong Kong society whose celebrity ubiquity ...
26. Hung Lieh Chen
Actor | Da zui xia
Hung Lieh Chen was born on June 7, 1943 in Shanghai, China. He was an actor and director, known for Come Drink with Me (1966), Wo ban cai yun fei (1978) and Two Graves to Kung Fu (1974). He was married to Yin-Tze Pan. He died on November 24, 2009 in Hong Kong, China.
27. Kit Ying Lam
Actress | Sai yau gei: Yut gwong bou haap
Kit Ying Lam was born on April 27, 1963 in Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. She was an actress, known for A Chinese Odyssey: Part One - Pandora's Box (1995), A Chinese Odyssey: Part Two - Cinderella (1995) and The Bride with White Hair (1993). She died on November 3, 2018 in Hong Kong, China.
28. Louis Cha
Writer | Wong lao hu qiang qin
Louis Cha was born on February 6, 1924 in Haining, Zhejiang Province, China. He was a writer and director, known for Wong lao hu qiang qin (1960), You nu huai chun (1958) and The Knight of the Dazzling Scimitar (1981). He was married to Lin Leyi, Zhu Mei and Du Zhifen. He died on October 30, 2018 ...
31. Kelly Lai Chen
Actor | Faa yeung nin wa
Kelly Lai Chen lost his father when the Japanese invaded Shanghai. Kelly was about four years old at the time. His mother took him and her other children to live with her parents. A few years later Kelly's mother died too. Kelly's grandfather was a well known person in Shanghai, he ran several ...
34. Yin Fang
Actress | Fei tian nu lang
A beautiful young ingénue with roots from Guizhou province, Fang Yin graduated from the Southern Drama Group in the early 60s with the talented class that included Lee Ching, Lily Ho, Chin Ping, Cheng Pei Pei and Margaret Hsing Hui, an elite group that was groomed by Shaw Brothers in the old ...
35. Mona Fong
Producer | Shi wan huo ji
In 1981, Mona Fong was voted to the Board of directors of Shaw Brothers (HK) Ltd. After the closure of the movie studio in 1985, Mona Fong later rose to the position of chairwoman of TVB, Hong Kong's titan television network as well as chief executive for Shaw's remaining motion picture subsidiary ...
36. Shan Kwan
Actor | Ging chaat goo si juk jaap
Shan Kwan was born on April 20, 1933 in Shenyang, Liaoning, China. He was an actor and director, known for Police Story 2 (1988), The True Story of Ah Q (1958) and Bu su zhi ke (1973). He was married to Bingxi Zhang. He died on October 1, 2012 in Hong Kong, China.
37. Kai-Ming Lai
Director | Che gau dong on: Mut yat fung bau
Ivan Lai was born in 1955 as Kai-Ming Lai. He was a director, writer and producer, best known for his work in the Category III film field in the 90s Hong Kong, such as Daughter of Darkness (1993), Daughter of Darkness 2 (1994), The Imp (1996), The Peeping Tom (1997), Ancient Chinese Whorehouse (...
40. Cecile Arnold
Actress | Their Week Moments
Comedienne Cecile Arnold was born in Kentucky, USA in 1891 and made her debut in films at the age of 22, when she joined the Keystone studio. Although her work there mostly consisted of playing supporting roles, she did receive more prominent screen time on occasion, notably as a pretty blonde in ...
44. Hon Kong
Actor | Tai shan tu long
Hon Kong was born on September 10, 1939 in Shenyang, Liaoning, China as Wing-Ming Keung. He was an actor and director, known for Tai shan tu long (1980), Dang kou qun ying (1978) and Hai yan (1970). He was married to Siu-Yin Wong. He died on December 7, 2017 in Hong Kong, China.
49. Meng Xia
Producer | Zi gu ying xiong chu shao nian
Xia Meng (a.k.a Hsia Moon or Miranda Yang), born Yang Meng in 1933 in Shanghai, China, is a prominent Hong Kong actress and film producer. She was a key figure of Hong Kong's left-wing Mandarin movie scene.
In 1947, Miranda Yang Meng moved with her family to Hong Kong, where she attended Maryknoll ...