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Elvis Tsui

 

Elvis Tsui

Elvis Tsui Kam-kong
Chinese name 徐錦江 (traditional)
Chinese name 徐锦江 (simplified)
Pinyin Xú Jǐnjiāng (Mandarin)
Ancestry Manchu
Born (1961-10-13) October 13, 1961
Mudanjiang, Heilongjiang, China
Occupation Actor
Years active 1984-present

Elvis Tsui Kam-kong (born 13 October 1961) is a Hong Kong-based Chinese actor.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Filmography 2
    • Film 2.1
    • Television 2.2
  • Awards 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Biography

Tsui graduated from the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts with a degree in arts. He was also a student of the artist Guan Shanyue.[1] In 1982, Tsui went to Hong Kong to expand his career as an artist, photographer, model and nightclub singer.[2]

In 1987, Tsui met film director Johnny Mak, who invited him to act in Long Arm of the Law II. Tsui was often cast as the antagonist or villain in most of the films and television series he acted in, because of his fierce looks.[1] Tsui has also acted in Hong Kong erotic films (Category III), such as the Sex and Zen series and Viva Erotica (1996), which earned him a Best Support Actor nomination at the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards. Tsui has ventured into the Chinese mainland film industry in recent times and currently works with film director Wong Jing.[1]

Filmography

[3] [4]

Awards

References

  1. ^ a b c Baidu Baike (Chinese)
  2. ^ HKMDB
  3. ^ Elvis Tsui at imdb.com
  4. ^ Elvis Tsui at chinesemov.com

External links


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