Chinese actors who were born in 1959

Here are 5 famous actors from China were born in 1959:

Liu Xiao Ling Tong

Liu Xiao Ling Tong (April 12, 1959 Shanghai-) also known as Jinlai Zhang, Liuxiao Lingtong, Lìu Xiǎo Líng Tóng, Zhāng Jīnlái or Zhang Jin Lai is a Chinese actor. He has one child, Zhang Tong Tong.

Liu Xiao Ling Tong rose to fame as a child actor for his portrayal of the Monkey King in the 1986 Hong Kong television series "Journey to the West." He reprised the role numerous times in other adaptations of the classic Chinese novel. Liu has also appeared in many other television dramas and films, including "The Legend of Sword and Fairy," "The Gods Must Be Crazy III," and "The Banquet." In addition to acting, Liu is also a talented calligrapher and has published several books on the subject. He has received numerous awards for his contributions to the arts, including the Golden Eagle Award for Best Actor and the Friendship Award from the Chinese government.

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Fruit Chan

Fruit Chan (April 15, 1959 Guangdong Province-) also known as Fruit Chan Kuo, Guo Chen, Fruit Chan Gor, Sam-Fat Tin, Sap-Bat Tin or Tin Sam-Fat is a Chinese screenwriter, film director, film producer, actor and film editor.

He gained international recognition for his film "Made in Hong Kong" which won several awards and was included in the list of "100 Greatest Chinese-Language Films" by the Hong Kong Film Awards in 2005. Chan is known for his realistic and gritty portrayal of life in Hong Kong and has directed over 20 films in his career. He is also a mentor to many young Hong Kong filmmakers and has been instrumental in shaping the local film industry. In addition to his filmmaking career, Chan has also authored several books on film and has served as a judge at various international film festivals.

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Jacob Cheung

Jacob Cheung (September 6, 1959 Hong Kong-) also known as Chi Leung 'Jacob' Cheung, Jacob Cheung Chi-Leung, Jacob Cheung, Zhiliang Zhang, Jacob C.L. Cheung, jeung1 ji1 leung6, zhang zhi liang, Chi Leung Cheung, Jacob Chang, Julian Cheung, Cheung Chi Lam or Zhang Zhiliang is a Chinese screenwriter, film director, film producer and actor. His children are called Jeremy Cheung, Matthew Cheung, Eugene Cheung and Ingrid Cheung.

Cheung started his career in the film industry in the early 1980s as a screenwriter and later made his directorial debut in 1985 with the film "World Apart". He has since directed and produced numerous films, including "Cageman" (1992), "The Soong Sisters" (1997), "A Battle of Wits" (2006), and "Tales from the Dark 1" (2013). Many of his films have been commercially successful and critically acclaimed, earning him awards and recognition both locally and internationally.

Cheung is known for his versatility as a filmmaker, having directed films of different genres, such as comedy, drama, romance, and action. He is also known for his ability to work with different actors and his attention to detail in the production of his films.

Aside from filmmaking, Cheung is also known for his work as an actor. He has appeared in a number of films, usually in small roles, and has also made appearances on television.

Throughout his career, Cheung has been actively involved in promoting the development of the film industry in China, and has mentored and inspired many aspiring filmmakers.

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Waise Lee

Waise Lee (December 19, 1959 Hong Kong-) a.k.a. Lee Chi-Hung, Waise Lee Chi-Hung, Lee Chi Hung, Lee Tse Hung, Waise Lee Chi Hung, Chi Hung Lee, Tze-Hung Lee, Zixiong Li, Lee Tze-Hung, Lǐ Zǐxióng or Lei5 Zi2-hung4 is a Chinese actor.

He began his acting career in Hong Kong films in the late 1970s, and rose to fame in the 1980s as an actor in action films such as "A Better Tomorrow" and "Bullet in the Head". Lee is known for his intense onscreen presence and his portrayal of complex characters. He has won multiple awards for his acting, including the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor in 1989 for his role in "People's Hero" and the Golden Horse Award for Best Actor in 1995 for "A Borrowed Life". In addition to his film work, Lee has also appeared on stage, in television dramas, and as a singer.

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Zang Jinsheng

Zang Jinsheng (May 11, 1959 Tianjin-) otherwise known as Jinsheng Zang is a Chinese actor.

Zang Jinsheng began his acting career in the 1980s and has since become a highly recognizable figure in Chinese film and television. He has appeared in over 80 films, including "Devils on the Doorstep" (2000), which won the grand prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Zang has also won numerous awards for his performances, including the Best Supporting Actor award at the 2003 Shanghai International Film Festival for his role in "Green Tea". In addition to his acting career, Zang is also a director and screenwriter, with several of his works receiving critical acclaim.

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