Veteran actor, also known as Kenneth Tsang Kong, was undergoing quarantine at Kowloon Hotel on Nathan Road after returning to the city from Singapore on Monday. Department of Health carried out regular checks on guests, and there was no answer from his room, sources said.
Celebrated Hong Kong actor Kenneth Tsang Kong was pronounced dead on Wednesday 27 April after being found unconscious at a quarantined hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui. He was 86.
According to dimsumdailyhk website, staff at the hotel found the actor unconscious and called the paramedics. Tsang was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of death was not determined.
Tsang was spotted at a restaurant in Malaysia. According to mySinChew, the English portal for Sin Chew Daily, Tsang was at Kong Heng Restaurant in Baling, Kedah, to savor its famous charcoal-grilled pipa duck.
According to the restaurant operator, Tsang was accompanied by his assistant from Hong Kong and a couple who are believed to be Malaysians.
The actor was said to be in a jovial mood at the restaurant, obliging fans with photos.
“Tsang is still quite fit. Although he is aided by a walking stick, he does not look 86 years old,” restaurant operator Liu Ai Yu said.
“He is very friendly and humorous. I never thought I would meet Tsang in person. I have watched his shows since I was young. He is like a kind father to me,” Liu added.
Now, the celebrated actor is no more we will like to give deep condolence to the family and pray for his inner soul to rest in peace.
The early life of Kenneth Tsang Kong
Kenneth Tsang Kong was born on September 2, 1935, in Shanghai, China. He is an actor and director, known for The Replacement Killers (1998), Die Another Day (2002), and The Killer (1989). He was previously married to Chiao Chiao, Barbara Tang, and Lan Di.
Tsang’s career spanned 50 years and included a variety of acting roles.
How muc is Kenneth Tsang Kong Net Worth?
Tsang as at the time he died was worth 3 million dollars with deals yet to be cashed. He was truly a Hong Kong great.
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Kenneth Tsang Kong Relationship and family
Tsang was married three times, she first married a Malaysian Chinese member of the circus troupe Lan Di in 1969 and had a son. They divorced ten years later in 1979 and his son left to live with his mother. They have since resided in Vancouver, Canada.
Tsang married columnist and model Barbara Tang in 1980; they have a daughter Musette Tsang Mo-suet. Tsang and Tang divorced in 1990.
In 1994 Tsang married Chiao Chiao, a Chinese-born Taiwanese actress.
More, on his family, the information about his parents and siblings is not available yet.
Kenneth Tsang Kong’s Career
Tsang returned to Hong Kong in the early 1960s as an architect but was bored by the work. His younger sister by 2 years, Jeanette Lin, was a film star at the time and provided Tsang with several connections in the industry which boosted his acting career.
Tsang’s film debut was in the movie The Feud (1955) when he was just 16, which was followed by a role in Who Isn’t Romantic? (1956). in the mid-1960s, Tsang starred in detective films and classic Kung Fu movies with Hong Kong teen idols Connie Chan Po-chu and Josephine Siao. Tsang also appeared in a few Wong Fei-Hung movies in the late 1960s.
In 1986, Tsang worked as a taxicab owner, Ken, in John Woo’s A Better Tomorrow. Subsequent collaborations with Woo included the role of Ken in A Better Tomorrow 2 in 1987, police officer Danny Lee’s murdered partner in The Killer in 1989, and the strict adoptive father of Chow Yun-fat, Leslie Cheung, and Cherie Chung in Once a Thief in 1991.
Tsang also filmed several Singaporean Chinese dramas during the 1990s, notably the 1995 epic The Teochew Family and The Unbeatable II 1996.
Up to this point, Tsang had played roles in mainly Hong Kong movies. His first Hollywood film was The Replacement Killers (1998), also the Hollywood debut of co-star Chow Yun-fat. Tsang appeared alongside Chow once again in Anna and the King as well as Jackie Chan in Rush Hour 2. Tsang played General Moon in the James Bond film Die Another Day (2002), and he continued to appear in films from his native Hong Kong.
Education Qualification of Kenneth Tsang Kong’s
Tsang attended high school at Wah Yan College, Hong Kong, and then Wah Yan College, Kowloon. He attended McCurry, Abilene, Texas for his freshman year and transferred to the University of California, Berkeley, where he received a degree in architecture.
Was he available on any Social Media?
He was available on the official Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube accounts of Kenneth Tsang Kong.
Kenneth Tsang Kong Body Appearances
The physical condition of Kenneth Tsang Kong is good.
Interesting Facts on Kenneth Tsang Kong’s
|Name||Kenneth Tsang Kong|
|Date of Birth||2-Sep-1935|
|Age in 2022||87|
|Birth Place||Shanghai, China|
|Profession||Hong Kong Actor|
|Birthday||02 September 1935|
|Next Birthday||02 September 2022|
|Place of Birth||Shanghai, China|
|Country of Birth||China|