Cinema of Hong Kong

Posted May 4, 2011
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  1. Michelle Yeoh

    Michelle Yeoh


    Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh Choo-Kheng (born 6 August 1962) is a Chinese-Malaysian actress, best known for performing her own stunts in the Hong Kong action films that brought her to fame in the early 1990s. Born in Ipoh, Malaysia, she was chosen by People as one of the "50 Most Beautiful People in the World" in 1997.

  2. Kelly Lin

    Kelly Lin


    Kelly Lin Hsi-Lei is a Taiwanese actress and model who has appeared mainly in Hong Kong films.

  3. Sammi Cheng

    Sammi Cheng


    Sammi Hui Cheng Sau-man (Chinese: 鄭秀文; born 19 August 1972) is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer and actress. Sammi is known as one of the most prominent female singers in Hong Kong, with album sales of over 25 million copies throughout the Asia-pacific. Most notably in the 1990s, she was dubbed by the media as the "Cantopop Queen". Having success in over 20 years in entertainment industry, Sammi has been regarded as one of the most popular Hong Kong artists known in Asia Pacific.

  4. Louis Koo

    Louis Koo


    Louis Koo (Koo Tin-lok 古天樂; born 21 October 1970) is a Hong Kong film actor. He began his professional career as an actor in local television series, winning TVB's Best Actor award in 1999 and 2001. For the past decade, he has focused primarily on his film career. Koo has become one of the stalwarts of the Hong Kong film industry, and is a popular spokesman for various brands including Pepsi, Osim, Tag Heuer, Lotte, Zero Eyewear, Lay's, and Samsung Galaxy.

  5. Francis Ng

    Francis Ng


    Francis Ng Chun-yu (born 21 December 1961) is a Hong Kong actor and director. He is known for the TVB series Triumph in the Skies. He has a helicopter licence to be used in Mainland China.

  6. Fearless

    Fearless (2006)


    Fearless, also known as Huo Yuanjia (霍元甲) in Chinese, and as Jet Li's Fearless in the United Kingdom and in the United States, is a 2006 Chinese-Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Ronny Yu and starring Jet Li. It is loosely based on the life of Huo Yuanjia, a Chinese martial artist who challenged foreign fighters in highly publicised events, restoring pride and nationalism to China at a time when Western imperialism and Japanese manipulation were eroding the country in the final years of the Qing Dynasty before the birth of the Republic of China. Li stated in an interview that this film is his last wushu martial arts epic, a point also made in the film's television promotions and other publicity.

  7. Benny Chan

    Benny Chan


    Benny Chan Muk-Sing (simplified Chinese: 陈木胜; traditional Chinese: 陳木勝; pinyin: Chén Mùshèng; born on October 7, 1969, is a Hong Kong film director, producer and screenwriter.

  8. Shinjuku Incident

    Shinjuku Incident (2009)


    Shinjuku Incident (Chinese: 新宿事件; pinyin: Xīnsù Shìjiàn; Jyutping: San1 Suk1 Si6 Gin2, Japanese: 新宿インシデント) is a 2009 Hong Kong crime drama film written and directed by Derek Yee, and also produced by and starring Jackie Chan. The film was distributed by Chan's own film company, JCE Movies Limited.

  9. Gigi Lai

    Gigi Lai


    Gigi Lai (born 1 October 1971) is a Hong Kong actress and Cantopop singer. Lai was under a contract with the television station TVB and she retired in October 2008. She is popularly nicknamed by the Hong Kong media as the "Goddess of Beauty" (愛美神).

  10. Betty Loh Ti

    Betty Loh Ti


    Hsi Chung-yi (24 July 1937 – 27 December 1968), known by her stage name Betty Loh Ti, was a Hong Kong actress originally from Shanghai, China. Often described as a 'Classic Beauty', she was very popular with moviegoers in the 1960s.

  11. Gloria Yip

    Gloria Yip


    Galina Peneva Ivanova (Bulgarian: Галина Пенева Иванова ; born June 28, 1973 in Ruse, Bulgaria), better known as Gloria (Bulgarian: Глория), is a well known Bulgarian Pop, Dance, Rock, and Pop folk singer, perhaps the most popular of her generation. She is known as the *Queen of pop-folk * Official Site

  12. Race Wong

    Race Wong


    Race Wong Yuen-Ling is a former Hong Kong actress and a member of the Hong Kong-based Cantopop music group 2R alongside her sister Rosanne Wong.

  13. Cherrie Ying

    Cherrie Ying


    Ting Man (born 20 June 1983), better known by her stage names Cherrie Ying or Ying Choi-yi, is a Taiwan-born Hong Kong actress. She moved to New York City at a young age, and later to Hong Kong. Her nickname is "Dingding" (丁丁), and she is often credited under the name Cherrie In.

  14. Jacky Heung

    Jacky Heung


    Jacky Heung Cho (Chinese: 向佐) is a Hong Kong actor. He is the son of film producer/presenter Charles Heung , and the nephew of Jimmy Heung.

  15. Michael Wong

    Michael Wong


    Michael Fitzgerald Wong (aka Wong Man-tak) (Chinese: 王敏德; pinyin: Wáng Mǐndé; born 16 April 1965) is a Chinese-American actor based in Hong Kong.

  16. Shen Chan

    Shen Chan


    Chan Shen (11 March 1940 - 26 April 1984) was a Taiwanese born Hong Kong film actor. He is best known for his roles as gangsters or villains in Hong Kong action cinema in the 1970s.

  17. King of Comedy

    King of Comedy (1999)


    King of Comedy (Chinese: 喜劇之王) is a 1999 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Lee Lik-chi and Stephen Chow. Unlike Chow's typical mo lei tau films, King of Comedy verges on comedy drama, describing the trials and tribulation that an aspiring actor experiences on his way to stardom. Some commentators say the story is based on Chow's early career, as he started off as a temporary actor, before becoming a successful and popular comedy actor over the course of a decade. The film does retain some of bizarre visual gags Chow is known for, such as Chow's character bleeding from the nose and eyes during a singing number. Jackie Chan plays a cameo role during the film.

  18. Belinda Hamnett

    Belinda Hamnett


    Belinda Hamnett (Chinese: 韓君婷; Cantonese: Hon Kwun-Ting) born 28 September 1975 in Hong Kong is an actress, model and ex-beauty queen. Being crowned Miss Asia Pageant 1997 effectively launched her career in the fashion and entertainment industry. The model turned Hong Kong film actress currently lives in Singapore.

  19. Party of a Wealthy Family

    Party of a Wealthy Family (1991)


    The Banquet (Chinese: 豪門夜宴; Haomen yeyan; literally "Rich and Powerful Family Evening Banquet"), also known as Party of a Wealthy Family, is a 1991 Hong Kong comedy film. It was quickly filmed for a Hong Kong flood relief charity, after the Yangtze River flooded in July of that year, killing over 1,700 people and displacing many more in the eastern and southern regions of mainland China.

  20. Born to Be King

    Born to Be King (2000)


    Born to Be King (Chinese: 勝者為王) is a 2000 Hong Kong crime film directed by Andrew Lau. It is the fifth and final sequel to the Young and Dangerous film series.

  21. Byron Pang

    Byron Pang


    Byron Pang Koon Kei/Kwun Ki (???) is a Hong Kong Chinese film and TV actor and a former model. He first appeared as a runner-up contestant for Mr. Hong Kong in 2005. His appearances include the leading role in the 2009 film Amphetamine (as 'Kafka'), in The Storm Warriors (as 'Sky'), and in publicity photographs connected to the film Permanent Residence. He has also appeared in a range of television drama series, all of which appeared on the Hong Kong TV network TVB Jade, as he had signed an exclusive contract with the network. He is now no longer with TVB, and works freelance.

  22. Hoi-Chuen Lee

    Hoi-Chuen Lee


    Lee Hoi-chuen (4 February 1901 – 7 February 1965) was a Hong Kong Cantonese opera singer and film actor. He was the father of Bruce Lee.

  23. Alan Tang

    Alan Tang


    Alan Tang Kwong-Wing (20 September 1946 – 29 March 2011) was a Hong Kong film actor, producer and director.

  24. Chapman To

    Chapman To


    Chapman To (born 8 June 1972), also known as To Man-chak (杜汶澤), is a Hong Kong actor. He is best known for specializing in comedic roles in films such as Infernal Affairs and Initial D.

  25. Chien-lien Wu

    Chien-lien Wu


    Jacklyn Wu Chien-lien (born 3 July 1968) is a Taiwanese actress and singer who started her career in Hong Kong. She is best known to Western audiences for her role in Ang Lee's Eat Drink Man Woman (1994), where she played the second of three sisters. She started her acting career when Johnnie To cast her opposite Andy Lau in A Moment of Romance (1990).

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