Coco Lee, 48
Born in Hong Kong, Lee rose to fame as a pop star in the 1990s and 2000s. Then she found international acclaim when she voiced the lead character Mulan in Disney’s Mandarin release of 1998’s “Mulan” and for singing the Mandarin version of the song “Reflection” from the movie.
In 2001, Lee took the stage at the Oscars to sing a song from the soundtrack of the hit movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.”
Lee died on July 5. According to the singer’s sisters, she was struggling with depression for the last few years and died while in a coma after she attempted suicide.