Here are 2 famous actors from Hong Kong died in Myocardial infarction:
Ricky Hui (August 3, 1946 Panyu District-November 8, 2011 Hong Kong) also known as Xǔ Guànyīng, heoi2 gun3 jing1, Ricky Hui Koon Ying, Koon-Ying Hui or Ricky Hui Koon-Ying was a Hongkongese actor and singer.
He was the younger brother of actor Michael Hui and the older brother of actor Samuel Hui. Ricky Hui started his career as a contracted artist for Shaw Brothers Studio in the late 1960s, where he often played supporting roles. He gained popularity in the 1970s and 1980s through his collaborations with his brothers in comedy films, such as "The Private Eyes" and "Security Unlimited". He also released several Cantonese albums throughout his career. Aside from acting and singing, Hui was also a voice-over artist and often provided the voice for foreign films and TV shows that were dubbed in Cantonese. He was considered a talented and versatile performer in Hong Kong's entertainment industry. Hui passed away in 2011 at the age of 65 due to stomach cancer.
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Lo Lieh (June 29, 1939 Pematangsiantar-November 2, 2002 Shenzhen) a.k.a. Loh Lieh, Joe Lee, Lida Wang, Lo Lien, Wong Lap-Dat, Law Leed, Lit Law, Wang Lap Tat, Wang Lap-tat, 羅烈, 罗烈, 王立達, Lieh Lo, Lo Liee, Luo Lie, Law Lik, Law Lit, Ro Re, Ro Rye, Lao Lit, Lo Lei, Luo Lieh, Law Lieed, Ro Lieh, Lo Lih, Wong Lit-Tat, Wong Laap-Daat or Wong Lap-Tat was a Hongkongese actor and film director. His children are called , and .
Lo Lieh is best known for his roles in martial arts films, particularly as the antagonist in several Shaw Brothers Studio productions in the 1970s. He appeared in over 100 films throughout his career, spanning from the 1960s to the early 2000s. In addition to his acting work, he also directed a number of films. Despite being a prolific star in Hong Kong cinema, Lo Lieh remained relatively unknown in the Western world until the 2000s. He passed away in 2002 at the age of 63.
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