Kenneth Tsang, who starred in James Bond and Rush Hour 2, died in a quarantine hotel in Covid.

Kenneth Tsang, 86, died in a quarantine hotel run by Covid.

After returning from Singapore on Monday, April 25, the actor, who has appeared in major Hollywood films such as James Bond film Die Another Day (2002) and Rush Hour 2 (2001), was placed in mandatory quarantine at the Kowloon Hotel.

According to the South China Morning Post, Ministry of Health employees discovered him unconscious at a Hong Kong hotel after he failed to answer the door during daily checks.

He was pronounced dead at the spot, according to a source, and he had previously tested negative for Covid on Tuesday, April 26.

People have paid heartfelt condolences to the actor on Twitter.

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