Chinese actors who died before turning 35

Here are 2 famous actors from China died before 35:

Chieh Yuan

Chieh Yuan (March 15, 1945 Haifeng County-November 16, 1977 Hong Kong) a.k.a. Chieh Yu Kun, Gai Yuen, Yuan Chieh, Yuen Jai, Yuan Hsieh, Jié Yuán, Gaai2 Jyun4 or Yu-kun Chieh was a Chinese actor and stunt performer.

He was best known for his work in martial arts films, particularly those produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio in Hong Kong. Chieh Yuan began his career in the 1960s as a stuntman before making his acting debut in the film "The Golden Sword" in 1969. He went on to appear in over 50 films, including "Blood Brothers," "The Water Margin," and "The Brave Archer." Chieh Yuan was also a skilled martial artist and gymnast, and his acrobatic abilities were often showcased in his films. He tragically died at the age of 32 while performing a stunt on the set of the film "Emperor Chien Lung."

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Wong Ka Kui

Wong Ka Kui (June 10, 1962 Hong Kong-June 30, 1993 Tokyo) also known as 黃家駒, Huang Jia Ju, 黄家驹, Ka-Kui Wong or Huang Jiaju was a Chinese musician, singer, actor, songwriter, composer, singer-songwriter, record producer, bandleader and peace activist.

He was the lead vocalist, guitarist, and founder of the Hong Kong rock band Beyond. Wong was known for his powerful voice, poetic lyrics, and his dedication to promoting world peace through his music.

Wong started his music career in the early 1980s and achieved great success with Beyond in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The band's music often emphasized social issues, environmentalism, and spirituality. Some of their most popular songs include "Glorious Years", "Boundless Oceans Vast Skies", and "Truly Love You".

Aside from music, Wong was also a peace activist who advocated for environmental protection, human rights, and non-violence. In 1993, Wong tragically died at the age of 31 after a freak accident during a charity concert in Tokyo. His death sent shockwaves throughout the music industry and was mourned by fans worldwide. Despite his untimely passing, Wong's legacy lives on through his music, which continues to inspire and uplift listeners around the globe.

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