Kenneth Tsang who is well known for Hong Kong’s golden age, Who Later Entered Hollywood, and scored roles in several prominent movies, died at age 87 today (April 27). He was quarantined in a Hong Kong Hotel after entering China from Singapore and later found dead.
Tsang’s manager confirmed his death in a statement and said “I’m deeply saddened by the news and will miss his laughter and his friendship,” Tsang’s manager, Andrew Ooi.
Tsang’ further said “He was a pioneer and a legend of his time in the golden age of Hong Kong cinema, who broke boundaries with his fearless performances not only there but in Hollywood too. His legacy will live on in the movies he’s made and my heart goes out to his family in this difficult time.”
Tsang made his Hollywood debut with The Replacement Killers in 1998’s,” and he also appeared in the Hollywood movies Rush Hour 2 (2001) and the James Bond movie Die Another Day (2002). (Google)