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1. Aaron Kwok Aaron Kwok Actor, Fung wan: Hung ba tin ha Aaron Kwok Fu-shing (born 26 October 1965) is a Hong Kong singer, dancer, and actor. He has been active since the 1980s and to the present. He is considered one of the "Four Heavenly Kings" of Hong Kong. Kwok's onstage dancing and displays is influenced by Michael Jackson. While most of his songs are in the dance-pop genre...
2. Tzi Ma Tzi Ma Actor, Rush Hour An endlessly imaginative and compelling actor, Tzi Ma has created a score of memorable film, television and stage characters. From his recent roles as Hinh, a deadly efficient assassin and nationalist spy masquerading as Michael Caine's ever-invaluable assistant in The Quiet American to his hilarious...
3. Siu-Wong Fan Siu-Wong Fan Actor, Yip Man Siu-Wong Fan was born in Hong Kong in 1973, the son of 1970s kung fu film actor Mei-Sheng Fan. At the age of 14, Siu-Wong traveled to Xushou on the request of his father to take up martial arts because he was virtually a toothpick. There, Siu-Wong studied gymnastics, kung fu, and taekwondo. Fan made his film debut as a teen in Zhi fa xian feng (1986)...
4. Nicholas Tse Nicholas Tse Actor, San ging chat goo si Nicholas was born in Hong Kong, China. He attended school in Vancouver, Canada. He also attended school for a short time in Phoenix, Arizona before moving back to Hong Kong with his parents Patrick Yin Tse and Deborah Dik, and his sister, Jennifer (Ting Ting). Nicholas started his singing career around 1997.
5. Nora Miao Nora Miao Actress, The Chinese Connection
6. Ronny Yu Ronny Yu Director, Fearless Born in Hong Kong, Ronny Yan-Tai Yu dreamed of making films since he was a child. At only 9 months of age, Yu contracted polio, resulting in a long recovery that prevented him from developing an active childhood and had to spend much time in isolation. To cope with the loneliness, Yu created fantasy worlds of his own...
7. Cecilia Cheung Cecilia Cheung Actress, Shaolin Soccer Cecilia Cheung (Cecilia Cheung Pak-Chi) was born in Hong Kong to a Cantonese father and a half Cantonese-half British mother. Her parents divorced when she was little after which she was sent to Australia for studies. She graduated from RMIT Holmes College. Her career began in 1998, when she was offered to appear in a TV commercial advertising lemon tea...
8. Wah Yuen Wah Yuen Actor, Kung Fu Hustle
9. Corey Yuen Corey Yuen Miscellaneous Crew, The Transporter
10. Jing Wong Jing Wong Writer, The New Legend of Shaolin Wong Jing is one of Hong Kong's most prolific, talented and controversial filmmakers. His directorial style, at best, manages to combine commercial appeal and artistic aspects. Most of his films were among the biggest box office hits, partly due to possessing an amazing sense of what would play well. Some of his films have achieved groundbreaking success, artistically as well as financially...
11. Amy Yip Amy Yip Actress, Liu jai yim taam Probably the most famous Hong Kong Category III actress in History even though she hasn't made a film since 1997 when she quit the industry to get married. Famed for her tiny, slim body and disproportionately large implanted breasts, and the lengths she goes to to hide her assets. Her film roles often show self deprecating humour...
12. James Tien James Tien Actor, The Chinese Connection
13. Tien You Chui Tien You Chui Actor, Contagion Tien You Chui was invited by Director Fruit Chan for a beverage commercial shooting in 1999, when he was studying Form 4. He then signed a management contract and made his debut in Fruit Chan's Little Cheung as a guest actor. Following secondary school graduation in Hong Kong and a half-year further education in Japan, Chui officially made his first step to the entertainment industry.
14. Danny Pang Danny Pang Director, Gin gwai The twin brothers Oxide and Danny Pang started their career in Hong Kong, where Oxide worked as colourist and Danny as editor. After moving to Bangkok, Oxide made the experimental film Who's Running. Bangkok Dangerous is the first film in which the brothers combine their talents.
15. Yee Jee Tso Yee Jee Tso Actor, 50/50
16. Joan Lorring Joan Lorring Actress, The Verdict Joan Lorring was born Madeline Ellis on April 17, 1926, in Hong Kong. She and her mother, Ania Fred, a Russian Jewish immigrant, left Hong Kong after the outbreak of WWII to pursue an acting career, settling in California in the late 1930s. After finding radio work in Los Angeles, Lorring worked her...
17. Patrick Tam Patrick Tam Actor, Yip Man 3
18. Sandra Kwan Yue Ng Sandra Kwan Yue Ng Actress, Sui yuet san tau
19. William Hung William Hung Self, The Teen Choice Awards 2005 He performed Ricky Martin's "She Bangs" at an American Idol audition, but did not get the cut. After this, he got a big recording contract, and is even more popular than some of the finalists of the third season of "American Idol". He performed a series of shows in Macau Casino and Hong-Kong, China in early August 2004...
20. Anita Yuen Anita Yuen Actress, Thunderbolt
21. Francine Dee Francine Dee Actress, Soul Plane
22. Ridley Tsui Ridley Tsui Actor, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation Ridley Tsui, a prodigal individual, since childhood, his father sent him to Beijing opera school, where he taught Chinese dance and choreography. His trainings were hard and he performed with his fellow disciples very frequently. But, the knowledge of Chinese opera gave him a chance to use it in film industry...
23. Carolyn Choa Carolyn Choa Miscellaneous Crew, The English Patient
24. Yvonne Hung Yung Yvonne Hung Yung Actress, The Legend of Drunken Master
25. Phillip Ko Phillip Ko Actor, Mo
26. Eddie Mui Eddie Mui Actor, Gone in Sixty Seconds
27. Pak-Cheung Chan Pak-Cheung Chan Actor, Last Hero in China
28. Ellen Chan Ellen Chan Actress, Fong juk
29. You-Nam Wong You-Nam Wong Actor, Yip Man
30. Maggie Siu Maggie Siu Actress, PTU
31. Theresa Lee Theresa Lee Actress, Zi yu feng bao Born in Hong Kong, Lee moved to Canada with her parents at a young age. After completing her education at a Canadian university, she decided to return to Hong Kong and compete in the city's "Miss Hong Kong" beauty pagent. Her acting career was given a head start after receiving second runner-up in the competition and she was subsequently offered many tv and movie roles.
32. Regina Kent Regina Kent Actress, Project A 2
33. Fui-On Shing Fui-On Shing Actor, The Killer
34. Lawrence Ng Lawrence Ng Actor, Yu pu tuan: Tou qing bao jian
35. Roy Cheung Roy Cheung Actor, In the Mood for Love
36. Irene Wan Irene Wan Actress, Yan zhi kou
37. Suki Kwan Suki Kwan Actress, The Legend of Drunken Master
38. Vern Yip Vern Yip Self, HGTV Design Star Vern Yip has characterized himself as the classic overachiever. Not only is Vern a talented interior designer, he's also an accomplished architect. His award-winning work can be seen at trendy Altanta hotspots such as the Fusebox Restaurant and DuexPlex Bistro. His unique vision for creating dynamic spaces won him the Southeast Designer of the Year award last year...
39. Bobbie Au-Yeung Bobbie Au-Yeung Actor, Hard Boiled
40. San-san Lee San-san Lee Actress, Ngo joh ngan gin do gwai
41. Yue Wong Yue Wong Actor, Dirty Ho
42. Stephy Tang Stephy Tang Actress, Sup fun oi
43. Hawick Hau-Wai Lau Hawick Hau-Wai Lau Actor, Hui lu
44. Jade Leung Jade Leung Actress, Hei mao
45. John Sham John Sham Actor, Qi mou miao ji: Wu fu xing
46. Maggie Ho Yee Cheung Maggie Ho Yee Cheung Actress, A Better Tomorrow III: Love and Death in Saigon
47. Tats Lau Tats Lau Actor, Yip Man 3
48. Andy Chi-On Hui Andy Chi-On Hui Actor, Suwarôteiru
49. Grace Yip Grace Yip Actress, Gen-X Cops
50. Pat Ha Pat Ha Actress, Tong chiu ho fong nui
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