Birth Place Matching "Macau, China" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)

10 names.

1. Tony Ayres

Writer | The Home Song Stories

Tony Ayres quickly gained attention upon graduating from film school with a succession of internationally awarded television drama scripts. He was equally successful as a writer/director of documentary, again winning major international awards for his work. His feature debut, Walking on Water, ...

2. Jenny Tseng

Actress | Di san lei da dou

Born in the former Portuguese colony of Macau to an expatriate Austrian civil engineer father and Chinese mother from Hong Kong, Jenny Tseng was a child of a divorced marriage who was put under parental custody of her estranged father with her Chinese stepmother and step-siblings. Feeling alienated...

4. Chia Tang

Stunts | San chuang Shao Lin

Chia Tang was born on January 7, 1937 in Macau, China as Huang Tang. He is known for his work on Shaolin Intruders (1983), Vengeance (1970) and To Kill a Mastermind (1979). He is married to Nei Suet.

5. Leo Vong

Actor | Typo

Leo Vong was born on May 24, 1997 in Macau, China. He is an actor, known for Typo, Boxes (2019) and The Darkside (2018).

6. Gaile Lai

Actress | Lui si fuk sau

Gaile Lai was born on August 22, 1980 in Macau, China. She is an actress, known for Husband Killers (2017), I Do (2000) and My Sweetie (2004). She was previously married to Leon Lai.

7. Siu-Bing Leung

Actress | Luk ding gei

Siu-Bing Leung was born on December 29, 1969 in Macau, China. She is an actress, known for Luk ding gei (1998), The Stool Pigeon (2010) and Unbeatable (2013).

8. Kitty Ting

Actress | Qing shan cui gu

Kitty Ting was born on October 9, 1939 in Macau, China. She was an actress, known for Qing shan cui gu (1956), Devil's Love (1964) and Tian zuo zhi he (1957). She died on May 23, 1967 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

9. Raquel Dias

Actress | Mistérios de Lisboa

Raquel Dias was born in 1973 in Macau, China. She is an actress, known for Mysteries of Lisbon (2011), When It Thunders (1999) and Se Eu Fosse Ladrão, Roubava (2013).

10. Bo-Chuen Lam

Sound Department | Liu mang ying xiong

Provides Cantonese voice-over of Doraemon and Sammo Hung Kam-Bo.

10 names.

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