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Kang-sheng Lee

Kang-sheng Lee was born in 1968 in Taipei, Taiwan. He is an actor and director, known for Ni na bian ji dian (2001), Goodbye, Dragon Inn (2003) and Tian bian yi duo yun (2005). See full bio »


in Taipei, Taiwan

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Ni na bian ji dian
Ni na bian ji dian Hsiao-kang
Goodbye, Dragon Inn
Goodbye, Dragon Inn Hsiao-Kang
Tian bian yi duo yun
Stray Dogs
Stray Dogs Father


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 2016 Qiu Ri (Short)
 2016 Single Belief (Short)
 2016 Lou xia de fang ke
Kuo Li
 2015 Xiao Kang (Short)
Xiao Kang
 2015 Wu wu mian (Short)
 2015 Sashimi
 2014 Xi you
 2013 Nan fang lai xin
segment "Walking on Water"
 2013 Stray Dogs
 2013 Xing Zai Shui Shang (Short)
 2012/I Jingang Jing (Short)
 2012 Meng you (Short)
 2012 No Form (Short)
 2012/I Walker (Short)
 2007 Bang bang wo ai shen
Ah Jie
 2002 Zi you men shen
Ah Hui
 1999 Qian yan wan yu
 1998 Dong
The Man Upstairs
 1997 Fang lang
 1991 Xiao hai
 1989 All the Corners of the World (TV Movie)
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In 1994, his performance in Vive L'Amour was awarded with the Best Actor prize at the Nantes Festival des 3 Continents. In 2013, he won best actor awards the Golden Horse Awards, AsiaPacific Film Festival and Taipei Film Awards. See more »


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