Hong Kong movie star Kenneth Tsang dies in quarantine. Hong Kong movie star Kenneth Tsang dies at 87 during quarantine
Hong Kong film actor, director, and screenwriter Kenneth Tsang has died. It is reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
Hong Kong hotel staff reportedly responded to a call to open the door when they saw Tsang unaccounted for on the floor with the bed. He was enunciated dead at the scene. An autopsy is desired to specify the cause of death, according to the journal.
Insiders told News Outlet that Tsang had received three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and was not mourning from any serious disease.
It is noted that the artist was found dead in a hotel where he was serving a mandatory quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Death was ascertained by doctors who, on Wednesday, April 27, came to visit a celebrity. It is noted that the day before, Tsang passed a negative test for coronavirus infection. He died at the age of 87.
Kenneth Tsang (real name – Tseng Kunyat) was born on September 2, 1935, in Shanghai. He obtained his higher education at the University of California at Berkeley, where he studied architecture. The future Hong Kong movie star made his big-screen debut in the 1955 film Feud. In the mid-1960s, Tsang starred in detective stories and classic kung fu films. However, the artist is best known to the general public for such Hollywood films as “Rush Hour 2” with Jackie Chan and the twentieth series of “Bond” and “Die Another Day.”
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