Hongkongese actors died in 2004

Here are 2 famous actors from Hong Kong died in 2004:

Kelvin Wong

Kelvin Wong (April 5, 1962-November 13, 2004 Beijing) also known as Kelvin Wong Siu, Hsiao Wang, Wong Siu, Siu Wong or Wang Xiao was a Hongkongese actor.

Born in Hong Kong, Kelvin Wong began his career in the entertainment industry as an actor in the late 1980s. He quickly became popular for his good looks and charming personality, which helped him secure leading roles in numerous television dramas and films.

Wong was also a talented martial artist and performed many of his own stunts in action films. Some of his most notable works include "The Bride With White Hair 2," "The Storm Riders," and "Future Cops." He was known for his dynamic screen presence and ability to captivate audiences with his performances.

Tragically, Wong passed away on November 13, 2004, at the young age of 42, in Beijing. He is remembered as a talented actor and martial artist who left a lasting impact on Hong Kong cinema.

Lee Sau Kee

Lee Sau Kee (August 14, 1920 Hong Kong-December 31, 2004 Hong Kong) also known as Shou-chi Li, Li Shou Chi, Li Shou-Chi, So Kei Lee, Shou Chi Li, Lee Suk Kei or Sau Kei Lee was a Hongkongese actor and film director.

He began his career in the film industry in the 1940s and worked in over 170 films throughout his career. Not only was he a talented actor, but he was also a distinguished film director, known for his work in the wuxia genre. His directing credits include "The Lizard" (1972), "Five Fingers of Death" (1972), and "The Devil's Mirror" (1972), which were all popular films in Asia and internationally. Lee also won several awards for his work in the film industry, including the Best Director award at the 5th Golden Horse Awards in 1968 for his direction in the film "The Trail of the Broken Blade." In addition to his accomplishments on screen, Lee was also a philanthropist, working with numerous organizations and charities throughout his life to help those in need.

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