Kenneth Tsang Kong in animated conversation with actress Deanie Ip at the announcement of nominees for the 31st Hong Kong Film Awards in 2012. Tsang, who has died aged 86, won best supporting actor at the awards three years later. Photo: Dickson Lee
Kenneth Tsang Kong in animated conversation with actress Deanie Ip at the announcement of nominees for the 31st Hong Kong Film Awards in 2012. Tsang, who has died aged 86, won best supporting actor at the awards three years later. Photo: Dickson Lee

Five memorable screen roles of Kenneth Tsang Kong, always the bad guy except when he was selling Bigen hair dye

  • Usually cast as the handsome bad guy, Tsang had a prolific screen career, appearing in 220 films – 25 of them in a single year, including Teddy Girls
  • As well as memorable big-screen roles in A Better Tomorrow, The Replacement Killers and Overheard 3, he appeared on TV in The Greed of Man … and a hair dye ad

Kenneth Tsang Kong in animated conversation with actress Deanie Ip at the announcement of nominees for the 31st Hong Kong Film Awards in 2012. Tsang, who has died aged 86, won best supporting actor at the awards three years later. Photo: Dickson Lee
Kenneth Tsang Kong in animated conversation with actress Deanie Ip at the announcement of nominees for the 31st Hong Kong Film Awards in 2012. Tsang, who has died aged 86, won best supporting actor at the awards three years later. Photo: Dickson Lee
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