Bolo Yeung Net Worth

Bolo Yeung Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Bolo Yeung Biography

5 million dollars.Bolo Yeung net well worth: Bolo Yeung is a Chinese bodybuilder and fighting techinques actor who includes a net worthy of of $1. Bolo Yeung was created with the name Yang Sze in Guangzhou, China in 1946. He provides performed many villains and is well known for his functions as Bolo in Enter the Dragon, along with Chong Li in Bloodsport. He is a mainstay in Hong Kong’s film sector. Bolo started his fighting techinques training at age 10 in China. He studied under many kung fu masters and in addition became thinking about bodybuilding. In 2014 he appeared in DEPENDS UPON at Our Foot, his first display screen appearance since 1996. Hong Kong bodybuilding champion and kept that title for an extraordinary ten years. He fulfilled Bruce Lee as both filmed a industrial for Winston smokes. Bolo has over 100 performing credits to his name. Later on Bolo also became friends with Jean-Claude Van Damme on the group of Bloodsport. In 2007 Bolo experienced the opportunity to play an excellent guy in the film Blizhniy Boy: THE BEST Fighter. However because of legalities, the film was by no means released. He continued to become Mr. They truly became close friends and Bruce invited Bolo to celebrity in Enter the Dragon.

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Quick Facts

Full NameBolo Yeung
Net Worth$1.5 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 3, 1946
Height1.68 m
ProfessionActor, Bodybuilder
ChildrenDanny Yeung, David Yeung, Debbra Yeung
MoviesBloodsport, Enter the Dragon, Double Impact, Bloodfight, Shootfighter: Fight to the Death, Ironheart, Tiger Claws, TC 2000, Breathing Fire, Shootfighter 2, Legacy of Rage, Bruce Le's Greatest Revenge, The Clones of Bruce Lee, Enter the Game of Death, Wu-Tang Clan Presents: 10 Magnificent Killers, Fearless Tiger, The Deadly Duo, King Boxer, Thunder Kick, Eastern Heroes Collection: Snake Deadly Act, The Fist, the Kicks and the Evils, The Wandering Swordsman, The Boxer's Omen, All Men Are Brothers, The Dragon, the Hero, Bolo, Ninja Strikes Back, Man of Iron, The Image of Bruce Lee, The Rescue, Game of Death II, Amsterdam Connection, The Young Bruce Lee, Soul of Bruce Lee, Wu Tang Clan Presents: Fearless Master, Kung Fu of Tai Kwan Do, Crash Masters: The Dragon, the Hero
TV ShowsG-Men '75

Interesting Facts

1 He still lives in Monterey Park and regularly trains at his local gym.
2 He currently lives in Monterey Park which is a city in Los Angeles, California.
3 His best "dead lift" exceeded 700lbs.
4 In 2007 he played a good guy role in "Blizhniy Boy:The Ultimate Fighter" but this movie is still not released because legal issues.
5 Bolo retains the barbell Bruce Lee kept in his Golden Harvest office along with a rare business card from Lee's Hong Kong production company concord.
6 The Fists, the Kicks and the Evil (1979) was his favorite film from that era.
7 He was wrongly described in the films blurb for Enter the Dragon as being the south east Asian shotokon karate champion - he never even practiced that martial art.
8 Was good Friends with Bruce Lee and they would sometimes get together to train or discuss Kung Fu.
9 Also trained in Wing Chun which is another form of Kung Fu.
10 He first became Bodybuilding Teacher in the 1960s.
11 He was born to a local business man and his wife in guangzhou Suburbia which is a suburb of canton in Mainland China.
12 He is the Chairman of the Hong Kong Gym Business Association, and the Team Manager of the Tapei international Bodybuilders Squad.
13 His Hollywood breakthrough came when he landed the role of Chong Li in Bloodsport (1988).
14 Was stereotyped as a villain until he got the chance to play the good guy in Shootfighter: Fight to the Death (1993). He played the good guy in 3 more movies: Shootfighter II (1996), TC 2000 (1993), and Fearless Tiger (1991).
15 In the 1960s he swam from China to Hong Kong to escape communism.
16 Is a Weightlifter he goes to the gym La Fitness and trains alongside his son David, who is a bodybuilding champion in his own right.
17 Has two sons, Danny & David Yeung, and a daughter Debbra.
18 He is a former Mr Hong Kong Bodybuilding Champion - he won the title in 1967. and held it for ten years. He is also a former Mainland China powerlifting Champion.
19 His prefered Martial Arts is Tai-Chi.
20 Was a martial arts student of Bruce Lee.


1 Huge pectoral muscles


1 I have always been happy being the bad guy.
2 It's work, whether I'm the hero or the villain. I'm not a kid anymore, where nervousness keeps me from sleeping.
3 Why do we always defend? Tai Chi never actively attacks. The art of war says "Retreating when the enemy advances".
4 Among those people who have religion, there are small proportions of people who do good things but conditionally. They are opportunists. The reason why they do good things is the fear of the hell and the desire for the heaven. This kind of person may not necessarily still do good things if there is no heaven or hell. This kind of person made the meaning of people into data. A lot of things are screwy now. Confucianism nearly disappeared. Taoism became the tool to tell geomantic omen. Even the Buddhism temple is became a profiting organization. There are even more. But I don't think I would like to talk about it anymore.
5 Durning the filming of Enter the Dragon, Bruce and I worked very closely on technique training. We experimented, trying to decide what worked and what wouldn't. You see, Bruce was always learning, always experimenting, always changing.
6 I realize I'm still very popular with audiences and that's makes me very happy. I think that all started with Bruce Lee and Enter the Dragon. All the fans and audiences from 20 years ago still remember Bruce lee as the biggest star. They still have not found anyone to take his place. Also, it helped to work with Jean Claude Van Damme on his movies. Like Bruce lee, Jean-Claude offered a special package, a unique look that attracted and kept audiences coming back.
7 I know what is good for me as an actor. Because of the way I look, that is what I am going to be a success in. I know my place in movies; no matter how good an actor is, if he doesn't know his place in the movies he will never be successful.
8 There are plenty of times people will come up to me for an autograph and tell me they enjoyed my work on Enter the Dragon. But people just know me from the movie, they don't really know who I am.
9 I had the opportunity to come to America back in 1973. The plans were all made and everything. Then Bruce died, and everything fell through. So I'm getting here 17 years late. Maybe I'm little old now, but that's no problem.



The Whole World at Our Feet 2016 Bulo
Blizhniy Boy: The Ultimate Fighter 2007 Askar Trainer
Shootfighter II 1996 Shingo
Tiger Claws II 1996 Chong
TC 2000 1993 Master Sumai
Shootfighter: Fight to the Death 1993 Shingo
Ironheart 1992 Ice
Xue ran hong chen 1992 The Wu Tang Swordsman
Tiger Claws 1991 Chong
Fearless Tiger 1991 Video Master on Mountain
Double Impact 1991 Moon
Breathing Fire 1991 Thunder (as Bolo Young)
Bloodfight 1989 Chang Lee, the Vietnamese Snake
Yi qi liang fu 1988 Dung Ken - Muscleman
Bloodsport 1988 Chong Li
Piao cuo can 1987 Man Standing outside cinema
Yong ai zhuo yi ren 1987 Punk Leader
Bu ye tian 1987 Pit Fighter
Legacy of Rage 1986 Thug
Zui jia fu xing 1986 Movie Patron
Pi li da la ba 1986 Henchman
Shanghai Express 1986 Cotton Weaver
Huan chang 1985 Bar Customer in Green Shirt
Bruce Lee's Dragons Fight Back 1985
Da gung wong dai 1985 Giant Kickboxer
Juk nei ho wan 1985 Mrs. Tsao's Henchmen
Fuk sing go jiu 1985 Millionaire Chan
Yi ren zai jian 1984 Maltesa's Brother
Fan wan di 1984 as Yang Sze
Supergang 1984 Big King (as Yang Sze)
Mo 1983 Mr. Bu-bo - the Thai Boxer
Kong xin da shao ye 1983 Bo
Shao ye Wei Wei 1983 Billion's Killer
Zui she xiao zi 1982 Guest appearance
Mi quan san shi liu zhao 1982 Cheungs Brother (as Yang Szu)
Xiong zhong 1982 as 'Bolo' Yang Tse
Huo tóu xiao zi 1982
Gui ma zhi duo xing 1981 Brawler in Bar
Fearless Hyena 3 1980 Yang Tze (as Yang Tze)
Shen wei san meng long 1980 Martial Arts trainer (as Yang Tze)
Long li ji 1980
She xing zui bu 1980 The Giant
Fen zhu chi lao hu 1980 as Szu Yang
Mie jue qi qi 1980 Chang / Pang (as Yang Sze)
He quan 1979 Master Lung
Da Mo wu ying quan 1979
Diao qin shuang jue 1979
Super Hero 1979 BurkeThe Bullkiller (as Yang Sze)
The Dragon, the Hero 1979
Wen da 1979 Ah Yen (as Yang Sze)
Jie quan da dong kau 1978 Tan Yin (as Yung Sze)
Way of the Dragon 2 1978 Bull (as Sze Yang)
The King of Kung Fu 1978 as Yang See
Da lu qiang ren 1978
Meng nan da zei yan zhi hu 1978 Kimura (as Yang Szu)
E yu tou hei sha xing 1978 Ta Niu (Big Ox) (as Bolo Yung)
She nu yu chao 1978
Amsterdam Connection 1978 Big Lui (as Yeung Sze)
Game of Death 1978 as Yeung See
Nan yang tang ren jie 1978
Dragon on Fire 1978 Guest star as Yang Sze
Huo shao shao lin men 1978
Bai ma hei qi 1977 Bolo
G-Men '75 1977 TV Series 1975
Da mo tie zhi gong 1977 Lam Chi Chu - Jujitsu Master (as Yeung See)
Soul of Bruce Lee 1977 Nepal (as Sze Young)
Jiang Nan ba da xia 1977
Shi da sha shou 1977 Ling Chu (as Yang Szu)
International Assassin 1976 Ram
Long jia jiang 1976 Yang (as Yang Szu)
Lian ai gong fu 1976
Lung men bei chi 1976 as Young Zee
Xiang Gang chao ren 1975
Dong kai ji 1975 General Shi Hsing-Fang (as Yang Tze)
Shen quan fei long 1975
Zhan cao chu gen 1975 as Yung Sze
Karateciler Istanbul'da 1974 Mr. Yang (as Yang Sze)
Chi dan hao han 1974 as Yang Szu
Tie han rou qing 1974
Fight! Dragon 1974 TV Series
Za karate 1974
Meng hu dou kuang long 1974 as Yang Sze
Zhao Chou quan wang 1973
Thunderkick 1973
Enter the Dragon 1973 Bolo (as Yang Sze)
Xiao ba wang 1973 Tiger (as Sze Yang)
Da xu hai 1973
Ma tou da jue dou 1973 Chiang Tai (as Yang Sze)
Dao bing fu 1973 General Tung Gou Chung (as Yang Tze)
Duo ming ke 1973 Guest star
Hei ren wu 1973
Meng han 1973 as Sy Young
Ying han gong fu ben 1973 as Sze Yang
Wang ming tu 1972 Master Xi's bodyguard
Shao nai nai de si wa 1972 Prince Charming (wrestler) (as Sze Yang)
Qun ying hui 1972
Chou lian huan 1972 Chin Hsi Fu (as Sze Yang)
The 14 Amazons 1972 Hsia Boxing Champion
Hu lu shen xian 1972 Prince Apu-hua (as Yang Szu)
Nian qing ren 1972 as Yang Sze
Five Fingers of Death 1972 Pa Tu-er, Mongolian Fighter
E ke 1972 as Sze Yang
Wan jian chuan xin 1971 Officer Shi (as Yang Sze)
Shuang xia 1971 The river dragon of jin (as Szu Yang)
Xie jiu tian lao 1971 Cha Te
Nu sha shou 1971
The Heroic Ones 1970 General Meng Chieh Hai (as Yang Szu)
The Wandering Swordsman 1970 'Unicorn' Du Kuo Lung (as Yang Sze)


Amsterdam Connection 1978 stunt coordinator
Bai ma hei qi 1977 stunt coordinator
Shi da sha shou 1977 stunt coordinator
Zhao Chou quan wang 1973 stunt coordinator


Wen da 1979
Bai ma hei qi 1977


Shootfighter II 1996 associate producer

Production Manager

Bai ma hei qi 1977 production manager


Jean Claude Van Damme: Behind Closed Doors 2011 TV Series documentary Himself
The Life of Bruce Lee 1994 TV Movie documentary Himself

Archive Footage

Blood and Steel: Making 'Enter the Dragon' 2004 Video documentary short Himself / Bolo
Tiger Claws III 2000 Chong (uncredited)
Jing wu ying xiong 2: Tie bao biao 1996 Mongol
Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do 1995 Documentary Bolo (scenes from Enter the Dragon) (uncredited)
Top Fighter 1995 Video documentary Himself
The Curse of the Dragon 1993 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
Bruce Lee and Kung Fu Mania 1992 Documentary

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