Here are 2 famous actors from China died at 77:
Lo Wei (December 12, 1918 Jiangsu-January 20, 1996 Hong Kong) otherwise known as William Lowe, Wei Luo, Lo Wai, Wei Lo, Luo Wei, Law Wai or Loh Wei was a Chinese film director, film producer, actor and screenwriter.
He died caused by heart failure.
Lo Wei began his career in the film industry in the 1940s in Shanghai, China. He acted in and wrote screenplays for various films before eventually directing his own films. In the 1960s, Lo Wei became one of the most prominent filmmakers in Hong Kong and was instrumental in launching the careers of several famous actors, including Bruce Lee. Lo Wei directed many of Lee's early films, including "The Big Boss" and "Fist of Fury". However, he and Lee had a falling out and their professional relationship ended. Despite this setback, Lo Wei continued to direct and produce films throughout the 1970s and 1980s. He received numerous accolades for his work, including several awards from the Hong Kong Film Awards.
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George Fenneman (November 10, 1919 Beijing-May 29, 1997 Los Angeles) also known as George Watt Fenneman or George was a Chinese announcer, presenter and actor.
He died in emphysema.
Fenneman was famous for being the regular announcer/sidekick for legendary comedian Groucho Marx on the TV show "You Bet Your Life" from 1950 to 1961. He had a distinguished career in radio and television, voicing numerous adverts and hosting various game shows. Fenneman was also a skilled straight man and appeared in a number of TV series such as "Dragnet", "The Jack Benny Program", and "Make Room for Daddy". Fenneman lent his voice to a number of classic television programs like "The Flintstones", "The Jetsons", and "DuckTales". He is well remembered for his warm and distinctive voice, friendly demeanor, and an enduring comedic rapport with Groucho Marx.
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