Chinese actors who were born in 1934

Here are 6 famous actors from China were born in 1934:

Chor Yuen

Chor Yuen (September 16, 1934 Guangzhou-) also known as Zhang Baojian, Po Kin Cheung, Chu Yuan, Yun Chor, Chin Yu, Yuan Chu, Chin Yi, Yuen Choh, 楚原, Chǔ Yuán, Co2 Jyun4, 張寶堅 or Yuen Chor is a Chinese film director, actor and screenwriter.

Throughout his career, Chor Yuen directed over 70 films in a variety of genres including martial arts, wuxia, and crime thrillers. He is best known for his work in the martial arts genre, where his imaginative and visually stunning fight scenes have become legendary.

Chor Yuen started his career as an actor in Hong Kong, initially playing small roles in films in the 1950s before transitioning to directing in 1965. He quickly gained popularity for his unique visual style and ability to bring out strong performances from his actors.

Chor Yuen's most famous films include "The Magic Blade" (1976), "Clan of Amazons" (1978), "The Killer Clans" (1976), "Swordsman and Enchantress" (1978), and "Legend of the Bat" (1978). He was also known for his collaborations with the Shaw Brothers Studio, one of the most prominent film production companies in Hong Kong during the 1960s and 70s.

Despite retiring from filmmaking in the early 1990s, Chor Yuen's legacy continues to inspire and influence many directors in Hong Kong and beyond. Today, he is regarded as one of the most important figures in Hong Kong's golden age of cinema.

Lam Sheung Yee

Lam Sheung Yee (November 7, 1934 Hong Kong-April 23, 2009 North Point) otherwise known as Spencer Lam Sheung Yee, Lam Seung-Yi, 倉魚, Heavy Gun, Seung-Yi, Spencer Lam, Lam Shueng Yee, Sheung-Yee Lam, Spencer Lam Sheung-Yee, 重炮, 林尚義, Lam Sheung-Yee, Seung-Yi Lam, Seung-yee LAM, Pale Fish, Sheung Yee Lam, Spencer Lam Seung-Yi, Lam Sheung Yee, Lam Sheung-Yi or Lam Gwing-Ye was a Chinese presenter, actor, football player, sports commentator, teacher, voice actor, athlete, announcer and coach.

He was known for his versatile talents and successful career in various fields. Lam Sheung Yee began his career as a football player, playing for South China and leading them to many victories. He later became a sports commentator and announcer, known for his vibrant and enthusiastic style. He also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to many popular movies and TV shows.

Apart from his sports career, Lam Sheung Yee was also a successful actor, appearing in over 150 films and TV dramas. He received critical acclaim for his roles in movies like "The Private Eyes" and "The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter". In addition to his acting career, he was also a respected teacher and coach, inspiring and nurturing young talents.

Lam Sheung Yee was widely respected and loved by his fans for his talent, charisma, and dedication. He passed away on April 23, 2009, at the age of 74, leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire many.

Ben Lin

Ben Lin (September 28, 1934 Shanghai-) a.k.a. Benjamin B. Lin is a Chinese actor.

Ben Lin was born in Shanghai in 1934 and began his acting career in 1957. He gained popularity in Hong Kong and Taiwan during the 1960s to 1980s, appearing in over 140 films. Lin is best known for his roles in martial arts films, including "The 36th Chamber of Shaolin" and "Executioners from Shaolin". In addition to acting, he is also a scriptwriter, producer, and director. Later in life, Lin moved to the United States and continued his career in Hollywood. He has also written several books on acting and the film industry. Today, he is considered a veteran of the Chinese film industry and a respected figure in the world of cinema.

Xiao Keng Ye

Xiao Keng Ye (November 25, 1934 Shanghai-) otherwise known as Yip Siu-Hang is a Chinese actor.

He gained popularity in Hong Kong cinema during the 1960s and 70s, starring in over 70 films. Xiao Keng Ye is known for his versatility in acting, having played both villainous and heroic roles. In the 1980s, he transitioned to television, appearing in numerous series and earning several awards for his work. In addition to acting, Xiao Keng Ye has also directed and produced films. He continues to be regarded as one of the most respected actors in Chinese cinema.

Bing-Man Tam

Bing-Man Tam (May 9, 1934 Hong Kong-) also known as Tam Ping Man, Tam Ping-Man, Ping-Man Tam or Tam Bing-Man is a Chinese actor, singer and voice actor.

Tam began his career in the entertainment industry during the 1950s as a vocalist for Cathay Records. He later transitioned to acting and became one of the most prominent actors in Hong Kong cinema during the 1970s and 1980s. Tam has appeared in over 180 films throughout his career, including "The Guiding Light" (1975) and "The Big Boss" (1971).

Aside from his work in film, Tam has also provided his voice to various animated films and television shows, including the Cantonese dubs of "The Lion King" (1994) and "Mulan" (1998). He has won several awards for his work in the entertainment industry, including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hong Kong Film Awards in 2015. Tam continues to be active in the entertainment industry to this day.

Ying Choi Cheung

Ying Choi Cheung (September 15, 1934 Hong Kong-) also known as Cheung Ying Shoi is a Chinese actor. He has one child, Stephanie Che.

Cheung started his acting career in the 1960s and has appeared in over 200 films since then. He is best known for his roles in martial arts films such as "Shaolin Temple" (1976) and "Drunken Master" (1978) which also starred Jackie Chan. Cheung often played the role of a villain due to his menacing presence and commanding voice. In addition to acting, Cheung has also worked as an assistant director and action choreographer. He received the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Action Choreography in 1989 for the film "The Killer". Cheung continues to act occasionally in films and television dramas.

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