Kenneth Tsang, a veteran Hong Kong actor, died at a COVID-19 quarantine hotel in the southern Chinese city, according to local media.

Tsang was most recognized for his action roles in the James Bond film “Die Another Day” in 2002, John Woo’s “The Killer” in 1989, Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker’s “Rush Hour 2” in 2001, and Chow Yun-Fat and Mira Sorvino’s “The Replacement Killers” in 1998.

According to the South China Morning Post and other media, Tsang had been quarantined for seven days after returning from Singapore on Monday and was discovered unconscious on the floor of his hotel room by employees on Wednesday.

Tsang was 87 years old, according to the South China Morning Post, but other accounts put his age at 86.

He had tested negative for the virus and had no underlying medical issues, according to the report, but no cause of death was given.

According to his IMDb page, Tsang had a total of 237 acting credits, mostly in Hong Kong film and television productions, particularly in detective and martial arts films.

Tsang was born in Shanghai and began acting after graduating from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in architecture. He made his debut in 1955. He was credited in around 20 films in 1969 alone, and he continued to work until his death.

Tsang married three times and had a son with Lan Di, his first wife, and a daughter with Barbara Tang, his second wife.

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