Mr. Kenneth Tsang （1934-)
Original name Tsang Koon-yat, Kenneth Tsang Kong made his first screen appearance with Mandarin film “Tragedy of Vendetta” (1955), but soon left for America to study Architecture. Upon graduation, he returned to work as an architect in 1960 and turned to acting three years later. He first worked for film director Chun Kim, his brother-in-law, to star in “The Big Circus” (1964) and “Mimi-Private Eye” (1965). He then signed up with Hong Kong Film Company in 1965, and starred in swordplay films such as “A Brave Young Girl’s Spirit, Part One and Concluding Episode” (1965) and “Paragon of Sword and Knife, Part One and Concluding Episode” (1967-68). In 1967, he left the company and paired with Hong Kong teen idols Josephine Siao Fong-fong and Connie Chan Po-chu in youth melodramas and musicals. He is one of the most popular actors in the 1960s, with 80 films under his credits in just a short span of 4 years. He became active in both film and TV after the 1970s, starring in over 190 films and 50 TV series. His most memorable TV series were “The Legend of the Condor Heroes” (1983), “The Smiling, Proud Wanderer” (1984) and “The Final Verdict” (1988) and recent TV appearance in “Four Buddies Going on A Trip” (2015). He excelled in films like “Peking Opera Blues” (1986), “A Better Tomorrow” (1986), “Au Revoir, Mon Amour” (1991), “Overheard 2” (2011) and “Overheard 3” (2014), the latter won him the Best Supporting Male Actor at Hong Kong Film Awards. He also appeared in a number of Hollywood films such as “Die Another Day” (2002) and “Memoirs of a Geisha” (2005).