Anna May Wong (1905-1961)
Wong Lui Tsong was a Chinese-American filmstar, and the first ever Asian-Amercan to become an international star. She was born in Los Angeles and had her first (uncredited) role as an exstra in The Red Lantern of 1919. In 1921 she appeared in her first credited role in Bits Of Life. She went on to star in such films as The Toll Of The Sea 1922, Piccadilly 1929 and Daughter Of The Dragon 1931.