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Waise Lee

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Chinese name  李子雄
Role  Film actor
Pinyin  Li Zixiong (Mandarin)
Spouse  Wang Yaqi (m. 2010)
Occupation  Actor
Children  Jasper Lee
Name  Waise Lee

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Jyutping  Lei5 Zi2-hung4 (Cantonese)
Born  19 December 1959 (age 56) Hong Kong (1959-12-19)
TV shows  Burning Flame, A Step into the Past, Survivor's Law II, The Academy
Nominations  Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer
Movies  A Better Tomorrow, Running Out of Time, Bullet in the Head, Tricky Brains, Swordsman II
Similar People  John Woo, Tsui Hark, Ching Siu‑tung, Wong Jing, Wu Ma

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Waise Lee Chi-hung (born 19 December 1959) is a Hong Kong film and television actor best known for playing the roles of villains and antagonists in various films.

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Biography

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Lee graduated from TVB's Artist Training Academy in 1982 and was from the same batch as Tony Leung Chiu-Wai and Francis Ng. He started acting in Hong Kong films in the 1980s and became famous for his role as the antagonist Tam Shing in John Woo's 1986 film A Better Tomorrow. Since then Lee has made appearances in several films, including A Chinese Ghost Story II (1990), To Be Number One (1991), Powerful Four (1992). He also played the leading roles in The Big Heat (1988), Bullet in the Head (1990) and The Cat.

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Lee is best known on television for his roles in television series produced by TVB, such as Mind Our Own Business (1993), Cold Blood Warm Heart (1996), Burning Flame (1998) and A Step into the Past (2001). Starting around 2001, Lee made less appearances in TVB's television dramas. That year, he starred in To Where He Belongs, a television series produced by TVB's rival ATV. He has also been more active in working on mainland Chinese television series since the late 2000s.

Personal life

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Lee is married to mainland Chinese actress Wang Yaqi (王雅琦), who is of Hui descent.

References

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