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Also Known As: Liu Tsong Wong Died: February 2, 1961
Born: January 3, 1905 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: actor, extra

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Portrait in Black (1960) Tani
2.
 Ali Baba Nights (1953)
3.
 Impact (1949) Su Lin
4.
 Bombs over Burma (1942) Lin Ying
5.
 Lady from Chungking (1942) Kwan Mei
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 Island of Lost Men (1939) Kim Ling
8.
 King of Chinatown (1939) Dr. Mary Ling
9.
 When Were You Born (1938) Aquarius, Jan 21-Feb 18 [Mary Lee Ling]
10.
 Dangerous to Know (1938) Madame Lan Ying
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Film extra aged 12
1929:
Traveled to Europe

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First Asian actress to play a leading romantic role in silent films of the 1920s. As her career progressed Wong also played many supporting parts, was known for her beauty, depth and versatility as an actress. Among her noteworthy early roles: The Toll of the Sea (1923), Old San Francisco (1927) and Shanghai Express (1932).

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