Here are 2 famous actors from China died at 76:
Lee Sun-Fung (April 10, 1909 Guangdong Province-May 21, 1985) a.k.a. Chenfeng Li or Sun-fung Lee was a Chinese film director, screenwriter and actor.
Throughout his career, Lee Sun-Fung made over fifty films, including the critically acclaimed "Orphan Island Symphony" in 1954, and "On the Waterfront" in 1950. Lee was credited with playing a key role in the development of the Hong Kong film industry, particularly during the 1950s and 1960s. He was known for his ability to blend Chinese and Western styles of filmmaking, and his work often incorporated themes of social and political commentary. In addition to his filmmaking career, Lee was also an accomplished writer, penning numerous books and articles on film and other topics. He was considered one of the pioneers of Chinese cinema and was recognized with numerous awards for his contributions to the film industry.
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Edward Judd (October 4, 1932 Shanghai-February 24, 2009 Mitcham, London) also known as Eddie was a Chinese actor and voice actor. He had one child, Deborah Judd.
He died in bronchopneumonia.
Judd was best known for his work in film and television. He appeared in a number of British and American films during his career, including the 1961 film "The Day the Earth Caught Fire", which was a critical and commercial success. He also had roles in the films "First Men in the Moon" and "Island of the Burning Damned". In addition to his film work, Judd was a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to numerous animated films and TV shows. He was a beloved figure in the entertainment industry and is remembered by fans for his talent and dedication to his craft.
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