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Wan Chi Keung
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Full name 尹志強
Wan Chi-keung
Date of birth 1 May 1956(1956-05-01)
Place of birth Hong Kong
Date of death 16 February 2010 (aged 53)
Place of death Hong Kong
Playing position Centre forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1974–1983 South China
1983–1984 Seiko
1984–1985 HK Electric
1985–1987 Double Flower
National team
1976–1986 Hong Kong
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Wan.

Wan Chi-keung (Chinese:尹志強; May 1, 1956 — February 16, 2010) was a soccer player, actor and businessman from Hong Kong.

Known as "Asia's top striker"[1] Wan was a key player for the Hong Kong national football team in the 1970s and 1980s. He played for South China AA and Seiko (football) in the Hong Kong First Division League.[2] After retirement, he became an actor. His most famous role was a senior police officer in the Infernal Affairs trilogy.[3]

He had been dating veteran actress Michelle Yim for almost 30 years.[3]

He was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal carcinoma in the early 1990s but the condition improved over the years. On 16 February 2010, Wan died in Hong Kong.[1][3]

Filmography

  • The Executor (1981) - Wai
  • One Way Only (1981) - Traffic Police Sergeant
  • The Head Hunter (1982) - Kenny
  • Funny Boys (1982)
  • The Turning Point (1983)
  • 100 Ways to Murder Your Wife (1986) - Party guest
  • Eastern Condors (1987) - Col Young's commando
  • City Girl (1987)
  • The Banquet (1991)
  • The Sting II (1993) - Lau Yiu Chor
  • Don't Give a Damn (1995) - CID on the bus
  • Candlelight's Woman (1995) - Wai
  • Infernal Affairs (2002) - Officer Leung
  • Infernal Affairs II (2003) - Superintendent Leung
  • Infernal Affairs III (2003) - Superintendent Leung
  • Moving Targets (2004) - Officer Lai
  • When Beckham Met Owen (2004) - David's Father

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