In 1925, Guan Haishan was born in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province. Since childhood, he has been studying with his father Guan Yaohui in Liyuan Cantonese Opera Troupe.
In 1936, he began to enter the opera industry. He is a versatile Cantonese Opera student. He is active in the Cantonese opera stage on the street and is good at playing handsome students and dignitaries. He once joined the new sound troupe led by famous Cantonese Opera actors Ren Jianhui and Bai Xuexian.
In 1937, after the Anti Japanese War, Guan Haishan came to Hong Kong for development.
In 1950, he began to participate in film performances; by 1960, Guan Haishan had been promoted to the "chief Xiaosheng" of Cantonese films.
In 1962, he played Tang Seng in the film "red boy"; in the same year, he played Lin simian in the film "justice for wife"; later, he played Wang Cheng in the film "fire dragon swallows two tigers".
In 1963, he took part in the film "not beheading Loulan, vowing not to return it"; in the same year, he took part in the film "sixteen years of war".
In 1964, he took part in the film "bursts of beauty power"; in the same year, he played a guest role in the film "Monkey King seven dozen Nine Tailed Fox".
In 1965, he played emperor Jiajing in the film "Dahongpao" directed by Huang Hesheng; in the same year, he also played in the film "Monkey King three plays of baihuaxian" directed by Huang Hesheng; later, he played Chen Sheng in the film "bloody butterfly mountain".
In 1966, he played the role of police officer Guan in the movie "the Black Knight fighting the black dragon Gang" directed by Luo Chi, and the protagonist Tang Seng in the movie "the monkey king fighting the demons" directed by Huang Hesheng in the same year.
In 1967, he played Lin Guochang in the Hong Kong film "the square of the moon" directed by Guan Zhijian; in the same year, he played Shi Tiancheng in the film "sweet girl".
In 1971, he played sun's father in the Hong Kong film "the prodigy of sun and moon" directed by Wu Dan; in the same year, he played Xue Zilong in the film "Xue Dingshan abandons fan Lihua three times".
In 1976, Guan Haishan joined TVB to play the role of Lu feiqing in the TV series "the love and hatred of the sword" and in the film "family love" in the same year. Later, he played the role in the film "vow not to bow down".
In 1979, he starred in the Hong Kong TV series rainbow starring Zheng Yuling. In 1980, he took part in the Hong Kong film "plan a" and played the role of Qi BangBan, the director of the mainland police; in the same year, he took part in the film "hot hand detective"; later, he played the role in the Hong Kong film "happy family".
In 1981, he appeared in the Hong Kong TVB TV series "passers by". In 1982, he appeared in TVB TV series "Tianlong eight.".
In 1983, he took part in the TV series "announcer"; in the same year, he played a role in the Hong Kong film "men and women"; in the same year, he took part in the TV series "biography of Shooting Heroes" starring Huang Rihua and Weng Meiling.
In 1984, he played in the TV series Lu Ding Ji starring Zhou Shaodong in Taiwan's CTV edition.
In 1986, he acted as Hu qingniu in TVB version of Hong Kong TV series "the story of relying on heaven to kill the dragon".
In 1989, he starred in the TV series "the great hero"; he played Wen Lixian in the TV series "he comes from the lake"; in the same year, he played Ni Kun in the TV series "Yi Bu Rong Qing".
In 1990, he played a role in the movie "the queen of Temple Street" starring Zhang Aijia.
In 1991, he took part in the film "500 million detective Ralph", and won the best supporting actor in the 11th Hong Kong Film Awards and the 28th Taiwan Film Golden Horse Award for this film; in the same year, he took part in the Hong Kong TVB TV series "big family".
In 1992, he took part in the new year's film "something happened at home", in which he played the father of Alzheimer's disease in a funny image; in the same year, he took part in the film "heaven and earth forever" and later acted as John Mack in the Hong Kong TVB TV series "giant". In 1993, he played the role of glory in the Hong Kong TVB TV series "yuan Zhenxia".
In 1994, he played Guan xueru in the TV series "the land of love" and Zhan Daxia in the same year.
In 1995, he starred in the movie "wild love of life and death" starring Liang Jiahui, and he also participated in the shooting of the TV series "entertainment interluder", playing he Ruda.
In 1996, he played Ye Sheng in Hong Kong TVB TV series "heaven and earth man"; in the same year, he played uncle Tang in TV series "No.1 court V".
In 2000, he played in the film since he came directed by Wu Zhenyu, and in the same year, he played Tan Zongzheng in the TV series "Beijing Jiaoyi".
In 2001, he won the "brilliant performance award" awarded by TVB; in the same year, he took part in the TV series "public and private love affairs", playing Tang Xuelian.
Guan Haishan has experienced four marriages (the first three marriages are not officially registered), and has four daughters and three sons: including the adopted daughter of his first wife (who met him in Guangzhou), the eldest son of his second wife Huang Li (who met him in Vietnam), the second son Guan Cong (former wireless Xiaosheng), his daughter Guan Wanqing, and the daughter of his third wife ye Errui (who met him in Malaysia) Guan Zhiying and his youngest son, Guan Kewei, born to her last wife, Zeng Dirong (who met her in Singapore).
After a stroke in 2001, Guan Haishan faded out of the entertainment industry. In the early morning of September 11, 2006, Guan Haishan was found stiff by his wife at his residence. He was sent to the hospital for treatment and died at about 7 am. He was 82 years old.
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Award winning record
Guan Haishan is a student of Cantonese Opera and works in the film and television circles. His image is changeable. On the screen, he is rich and noble. He plays the role of grassroots and deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. He also plays the role of kind father. His performances over the years have moved many audiences. (evaluation by entertainment Morning Post)
Guan Haishan has been involved in movies for decades. He has played countless roles, ranging from the richest man of the emperor to the carpenter and laborer, from the old man who is willing to help others to the traitor who is bad at human face and beast heart. Even in some plays, you forget the protagonist, but remember the supporting actor Guan Haishan who only has a few words. (Sohu Entertainment evaluation)
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