Kenny Bee

Chung Chun-to (born 23 February 1953), better known as Kenny Bee, is a Hong Kong singer, musician and actor. He is well known as a member of the Hong Kong English pop and cantopop band the Wynners, and as a solo artist who has been active in the Hong Kong entertainment industry for nearly three decades. Bee made his break into the Hong Kong entertainment industry in 1973 as a member of the popular 1970s band, the Wynners, sharing vocal duties with Alan Tam. Before joining the Wynners, he was a vocalist and saxophonist on the Hong Kong nightclub circuit, and briefly fronted a band called the Sergeant Majors. As members of the Wynners went separate ways in the late seventies, Bee embarked on a solo career as an actor in Taiwan, playing lead roles in a number of romantic movies, amongst which were "Story of a Small Town", (directed by Li Hsing, 1979), "Good Morning, Taipei" (directed by Li Hsing, 1979), both of which won the Golden Horse Award, and "The Green, Green Grass of Home" (directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien, 1983). In the eighties Bee moved his base back to Hong Kong, and has since amassed a large number of movie credits, mainly in the genre of romantic comedies.


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