Coco Lee, the renowned voice of Mulan in Disney’s Mandarin version of “Mulan,” has tragically passed away, Your Content has learned.
Coco had been battling depression for several years and had sought professional help.
Unfortunately, her condition had significantly worsened over the past few months, leading to this heartbreaking outcome.
In addition to her notable contribution to Disney, Coco had a thriving three-decade-long career as a singer.
Her journey began in Hong Kong, where she was born, but she later attended middle school and high school in San Francisco.
In 1991, she was crowned Miss Teen Chinatown.
Coco made history as the first Chinese singer to achieve great success in America.
Her song “Do You Want My Love” reached an impressive No. 4 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Breakout chart in 1999.
Remembered fondly by her family, Coco will forever be cherished for her tireless efforts in paving the way for Chinese singers on the international music scene.
She truly shone brightly for her fellow Chinese artists.
Coco Lee’s untimely demise has left a void in the entertainment world. She was a remarkable talent who will be dearly missed, according to TMZ.
Rest in peace, Coco.