Alex Law Kai-Yui was born on 30 November 1952 in British Hong Kong.
He was a film director, producer, and screenwriter from Hong Kong.
Law attended the Diocesan Boys’ School in Hong Kong, matriculating in 1971.
He has worked with the celebrated Hong Kong film director Mabel Cheung on several of her most known films, like Eight Taels of Gold (1989), An Autumn’s Tale (1987), and the “Migration Trilogy”: Illegal Immigrant (1985).
The screenplay for Cheung’s The Soong Sisters was written by Law.
Law has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chinese, English, and Comparative Literature from New York University.
Alex has won several awards for his works including the best screenplay for Echoes of the Rainbow (2009) and An Autumn’s Tale (1987) at the Hong Kong Film Awards.
He also won Best Director at the 25th Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards for Painted Faces (1988).
Alex Law Cause Of Death
The cause of Law’s death is yet to be disclosed.
Alex Law Age
Law was 69 years old at the time of his death.
Alex Law Family
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Alex Law Wife
Law was married to fellow film director and producer, Mabel Cheung.
Alex Law Children
It is not known if Law has any children at the time of his death.
Alex Law Siblings
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Alex Law Net Worth
Law was estimated to be worth $1 million at the time of his death.