Chinese actors who deceased at age 60

Here are 1 famous actors from China died at 60:

Paul Wei Ping-ao

Paul Wei Ping-ao (November 29, 1929 Nanjing-December 3, 1989 Hong Kong) also known as Ngai Ping Ngo, Ping-Ao Wei, Wei Pin Au, Yue Ping Au, Paul Wei Ping-Ao, Wei Ping-Aou, Newton Wei, Ping-Ou Wei, Wei Ping-Ao, Paul Wei, Ngai6 Ping4-ou3 or Wei Ping'ao was a Chinese actor.

He started his career in the film industry during the 1950s, appearing in over 70 films in Hong Kong and Taiwan. He is perhaps best remembered for his roles in martial arts films, particularly those directed by King Hu, such as "Dragon Inn" and "A Touch of Zen". In addition to acting, he also worked as a stunt choreographer.

Wei Ping-ao was a versatile actor, known for his ability to play both heroic and villainous roles with equal skill. He was also a skilled martial artist, having trained in various styles including Tai Chi and Wushu. Wei Ping-ao's contributions to the film industry earned him several accolades, including the Golden Horse Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1971 and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hong Kong Film Awards in 1989.

Wei Ping-ao passed away on December 3, 1989, at the age of 60. He left behind a legacy as one of the most respected actors and martial artists in the history of Chinese cinema.

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