Chinese actors who were born in 1969

Here are 8 famous actors from China were born in 1969:

Wang Hongwei

Wang Hongwei (September 3, 1969 Wen County, Henan-) also known as Hongwei Wang, Wang Hong-Wei, Wáng Hóngwěi, Hong Wei Wang or Wong Hong-Wai is a Chinese actor.

He began his acting career in 1992 with the film "Li Lianying: The Imperial Eunuch", and has since appeared in over 50 films and television dramas. Wang is known for his versatility and has portrayed a wide range of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles. Some of his notable works include "Electric Shadows", "Lost in Beijing", and "Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons". In addition to acting, Wang has also directed and produced several films. He has won several awards for his contributions to the Chinese film industry, including the Best Actor prize at the 2010 Golden Horse Awards.

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Mark Lui

Mark Lui (July 9, 1969 Hong Kong-) also known as 雷頌德, 雷颂德, Chung-Tak Lui, Lui Jung-tak, leoi4 zung6 dak1, Léi Sòng Dé, Lui Chung Tak or Mark Lui Chung-Tak is a Chinese composer, record producer, actor, songwriter, lyricist, musician, film score composer, fashion designer, singer and music director. His children are called Jack Lui and Jazz Lui.

He has been active in the entertainment industry since the 1990s and has worked with many famous artists such as Andy Lau, Jackie Chan, and Aaron Kwok. Lui has won numerous awards for his work, including Best Music Award at the 24th Hong Kong Film Awards and several Golden Melody Awards in Taiwan. In addition to music, Lui has also ventured into fashion design and founded his own clothing brand, MIND. He is known for his eclectic and experimental style in both music and fashion, and has been dubbed the "Mad Musician" by the media. Despite his busy career, Lui is also an active philanthropist and has supported various charitable causes throughout his life.

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Patrick Tam

Patrick Tam (March 19, 1969 Hong Kong-) also known as 譚耀文, 谭耀文, Tam, Patrick, Yiu Man Tam, Tam Yiu Man, Yao-wen Tan, Tán Yiǎowén, Tam4 Jiu6 Man4, Tan Yaowen or Patrick Tam Yiu Man is a Chinese singer and actor. He has two children, Daniel Tam and Tamia Tam.

Patrick Tam began his career in the entertainment industry as a singer in the late 1980s. He released several albums and became popular for his smooth vocals and romantic ballads. In the 1990s, he transitioned to acting and starred in numerous films and TV dramas in Hong Kong and China. He is known for his roles in the films "Comrades: Almost a Love Story" and "Bodyguards and Assassins".

Aside from his work in the entertainment industry, Tam is also an advocate for animal welfare and is involved in various animal rights organizations. He has also been a supporter of LGBTQ+ rights and has spoken out in favor of same-sex marriage. Additionally, Tam is a devout Christian and has been active in charity work with various religious organizations.

Throughout his career, Tam has won several awards for his acting and singing, including the Best Actor award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in "Comrades: Almost a Love Story". Today, he continues to be a respected figure in the entertainment industry and is known for his talent, versatility, and dedication.

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Kevin Cheng

Kevin Cheng (August 15, 1969 San Francisco-) is a Chinese singer, actor and model.

He was born and raised in San Francisco, California and moved to Hong Kong in the early 1990s to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Cheng began his career as a model before transitioning into acting and singing. He is best known for his roles in popular TV dramas such as "Under the Canopy of Love" and "From Vegas to Macau III". In addition to his successful acting career, Cheng has also released several albums and won several awards for his music. He is considered one of the most successful Hong Kong actors of his generation.

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Tao Guo

Tao Guo (December 17, 1969 Xi'an-) also known as Guo Tao, Gwok To or Kwok To is a Chinese actor. He has two children, Guo Zirui and Isabella Guo.

Tao Guo is best known for his comedic roles in Chinese television dramas such as "I Love My Family" and "My Fair Princess III". He has won several awards in his acting career including the Best Comedy Actor award at the China TV Golden Eagle Award for his performance in "Home with Kids". In addition to his acting career, Guo Tao is also a published author and his book "Life Needs Laughing" became a bestseller in China. He is known for his philanthropic efforts and has been involved in various charitable endeavors such as donating to impoverished schools and supporting wildlife conservation efforts. Guo Tao is also a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme.

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Ellesmere Choi

Ellesmere Choi (December 28, 1969 Hong Kong-) otherwise known as Ellesmere Choi Chi Kin is a Chinese actor.

He was born and raised in Hong Kong, and started his career in the entertainment industry in the 1990s, with appearances in TV dramas and films. Choi is known for his versatile acting skills and has starred in a wide range of genres, including action, romance, and drama. He has won several awards for his acting, including the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2004. In addition to acting, Choi has also worked as a screenwriter and director. He is highly regarded in the Chinese entertainment industry and has a large following of fans in China and across Asia. Choi continues to work in the entertainment industry and is considered one of the most talented actors of his generation.

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Zhang Guoqiang

Zhang Guoqiang (September 30, 1969 Jiamusi-) also known as Guoqiang Zhang, Guoqiáng Zhang or 张国强 is a Chinese actor.

He is best known for his roles in action and martial arts films. Zhang's acting career began in 1993 with his debut film "Iron and Silk". He has since appeared in more than 50 films and television dramas, including "Drunken Master II", "Once Upon a Time in China and America", and "Fearless". Zhang has also received multiple awards for his performances, including the Best Actor award at the Beijing College Student Film Festival and the Outstanding Actor award at the Shanghai TV Festival. Outside of his acting career, Zhang is also a skilled martial artist, having trained in sanda (Chinese kickboxing) and wushu (Chinese martial arts) since childhood.

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Ma Jian

Ma Jian (August 20, 1969 Shijiazhuang-) also known as Jian Ma or Ma Jian is a Chinese actor and basketball player.

Ma Jian is also a well-known author and essayist. His works often center around the social and political issues in China, and he is known for his criticism of the government. Several of his books have been banned in China, including "Beijing Coma" which is a fictionalized account of the events leading up to the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989. He was forced to leave China in 1986 after taking part in student protests, and has since lived in Hong Kong, Germany, and the UK. In addition to his writing, Ma Jian is also an advocate for human rights and freedom of speech.

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