The tragic death of Veteran Hong Kong actor, Kenneth Tsang, has hit his world so hard.
Kenneth Tsang indeed made a great name for himself, as he was among the most successful Hongkong actors. Sadly, he was found dead in his quarantine hotel room on Wed, April 27, 2022.
Tsang was on the spotlight, as he became the topic on the lips of many, for his most notable role in the Channel 8 television series The Teochew Family in 1995. Continue to know details about his net worth in the sections below.
Late actor Kenneth Tsang had a net worth of around $3 million USD in 2022. His lifetime dedication to his profession demonstrates that he earned a lot of money.
His career spanned more than 50 years, in which he played varieties of roles in Hongkong cinemas and Singapore TV. He starred in some of the highest-grossing HK films during the 80s and 90 including A Better Tomorrow 1&2, The Killer, Peking Opera Blues as well as Once A Thief, and Supercop.
In addition, he had been honored with many awards for his contributions. He won the Best Supporting Actor Award at the 34th Hong Kong Film Awards in 2015.
It is reported that, the late Tsang leaves his net worth to his family members. He had been married thrice in his lifetime.
He first married Lan Di in 1969 and has a son. After that, he married model Barbara Tang in 1980 and became a father to Musette Tsang Mo-suet. In 1994 Tsang married Chiao Chiao, a Chinese-born Taiwanese actress.
Kenneth Tsang had worked as a full-time actor since 1955. He was born in Shanghai with family roots in Jida, Zhuhai, Guangdong.
He debuted at the age of 16 in the movie The Feud. After that, he made his mark as a noticeable actor. Since then he has worked in more than 100 films and television series.
His most memorable roles include Huang Yaoshi in the TV series Legend Of The Condor Heroes (1983), and Uncle Ken in the movie A Better Tomorrow (1986).
The Unbeatables II (1996), The New Adventures Of Wisely (1998), and Riding The Storm are among his notable Singapore television credits (1999).
Kenneth Tsang aka Zhen Jiang passed away after returning from his recent Singapore trip. He returned to Hong Kong on April 25 and was staying at Kowloon Hotel to serve his quarantine.
According to the Hongkong media, his rapid antigen test on Tuesday was found negative. He was living at Kowloon Hotel to serve his Covid-19 quarantine.
The hotel employees from the Department of Health went to check him after not receiving calls. They found him unconscious in his room. He was later pronounced dead by the paramedics. May his soul rest in peace.