Hongkongese actors died in 2009

Here are 2 famous actors from Hong Kong died in 2009:

Shih Kien

Shih Kien (January 1, 1913 Panyu District-June 3, 2009 Queen Elizabeth Hospital) otherwise known as Wing-Cheung Shek, Sek Kin, Kien Shih, Shek Kin, Kin Sek, Shek Wing-cheung, Shǐ Jián, 石坚, 石堅, Sek6 Gin1, 石榮璋, Villain Kin, 奸人堅, Kan Yan Kin, Kien Shi, Shih Chien, Siak Kin, Shih Kin or Sheck Kin was a Hongkongese actor.

He was best known for his roles as villains in martial arts films such as Enter the Dragon, where he played the main villain, Han. Shih Kien started his career in acting in the 1940s in Shanghai before moving to Hong Kong in the 1950s. Throughout his career, he appeared in over 350 films and TV shows, including The Magnificent Concubine, Come Drink with Me, and Legend of the Mountain. Shih Kien was known for his menacing on-screen presence, which earned him the nickname "the evil emperor" in Hong Kong cinema. He received multiple awards throughout his career, including the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 25th Hong Kong Film Awards. Shih Kien passed away in 2009 at the age of 96.

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Shing Fui-On

Shing Fui-On (February 1, 1955 Hong Kong-August 27, 2009 Hong Kong) also known as Shing Fooi On, Sing Fui On, Shing Fai On, Cheng Kui An, Fui-On Shing, F.O. Shing, Sing Fu On, Shing Fui On, Sing Fui Ann, Big Dumber, Dai Sor, sing4 fui1 on1, 成奎安, 大傻, Fui On Shing or Dai Saw was a Hongkongese actor.

He was best known for his roles in Hong Kong action and horror films, including "A Better Tomorrow" (1986), "The Killer" (1989), and "Ebola Syndrome" (1996). Shing made his acting debut in 1978 and went on to appear in over 100 films throughout his career. He was often cast as a villain or supporting character, known for his intense and captivating on-screen presence. Shing Fui-On was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal cancer in 2003 and passed away on August 27, 2009, at the age of 54.

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