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Donnie Yen Net Worth

Donnie Yen Net Worth is
$40 Million

Donnie Yen Biography

Yen is known as to end up being Hong Kong’s top action superstar; He’s a medalist in Globe Wushu tournament.’, ‘Kung Fu Jungle’, ‘Iron Monkey’, ‘Ip Guy Series’, ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Tale’, ‘Flash Stage’, ‘Dragon Tiger Gate’, ‘The Monkey King’, ‘Blade II’, ‘XXX: Come back of Xander Cage’, ‘Particular ID’, ‘Painted Epidermis’, ‘Seven Swords’, and ‘Iceman’. Donnie Yen can be recognized for his amazing skills in mixed fighting techinques which consist of wrestling, Muay Thai, Wing Chun, Judo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, wushu, boxing, kickboxing and taekwondo. He was lately named among the most well-known and effective actors in Asia. He’s five foot and eight in . in his elevation. Donnie Yen Ji-dan was created on July 27, 1963 in


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Quick Facts

Net Worth$40 Million
Date Of BirthNovember 12, 1984, July 27, 1963
Died591 AD
Place Of BirthChengdu, China
Height1.71 m, 1.73 m
ProfessionMartial Artist, Action Director, Film producer, Film director, Stunt Performer
EducationBoston University
NationalityChinese
SpouseNadim Van Der Ros, Cissy Wang, Zing-Ci Leung
ChildrenMan-Zeok Yen, Jasmine Yen, James Yen
ParentsKlyster Yen, Bow-sim Mark
SiblingsSng Ee-mei, Sng Yee-kia, What I Miss, Zai , Ye Bu Jian, Begin to Understand, Chris Yen
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/donnieyen.asia
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/donnieyenct
Instagramhttp://www.instagram.com/donnieyenofficial
AwardsHong Kong Film Award for Best Action Choreography
NominationsHong Kong Film Award for Best Actor, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Cinematography, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Art Direction, Independent Spirit Award for Best International Film, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, Asian Film Award for Best Actor, Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actor, Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite #Squad
MoviesIp Man, Ip Man 3, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Ip Man 2, Flash Point, Kung Fu Jungle, Kill Zone - S.P.L., Legend of the Wolf, Iron Monkey, Iceman, Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen, Dragon, Dragon Tiger Gate, Special ID, The Monkey King, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, Blade II, 14 Blades, Bodyguards and Assassins, The Lost Bladesman, Shanghai Affairs, Painted Skin, xXx: Return of Xander Cage, Hero, Seven Swords, Once Upon a Time in China II, Tiger Cage 2, Shanghai Knights, In the Line of Duty 4: Witness, Wing Chun, Highlander: Endgame, Drunken Tai Chi, Heroes Among Heroes, An Empress and the Warriors, Iron Monkey 2, Revenge of the Kung Fu Master, Fist of Fury, Mismatched Couples, Ballistic Kiss, The Twins Effect II, Tiger Cage, Butterfly and Sword, All's Well, Ends Well 2012, New Dragon Gate Inn, All's Well, Ends Well 2011, The Founding of a Republic, The Twins Effect, Satan Returns, Crystal Hunt, Love on the Rocks, Black Rose Academy
TV ShowsThe Kung Fu Master, Fei Fu Kwan Ying, Mo Min Kap Sin Fung, The Crime File, The New Life


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Donnie Yen was intended to be the lead actor for Another Meltdown (1998), Yuen chi mo hei (1999) and Sang sei kuen chuk (2000). But Donnie gave back the deposit money he was given by Jing Wong and worked on Chin Long Chuen Suet (1997), Sun Tong San Tai Hing (1998), Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo (1998) and Der Puma - Kämpfer mit Herz (1999) instead. Jing replaced him with Wenzhuo Zhao.
2 Is credited as the first martial arts actor/action director to incorporate modern MMA in Asian action cinema, starting with Vampire Effect (2003) and followed by SPL: Sha po lang (2005), Dou fo sin (2007), and Te shu shen fen (2013).
3 Got into a feud with his mentor, Woo-Ping Yuen, during shooting of Wing Chun (1994). While the incident was officially never explained, some people believe it was creative differences over the fight choreography that caused them to part ways. However, Woo Ping revealed in a 2011 interview that their relationship is good now and they still keep in touch from time to time.
4 Was part of a Chinatown gang (non-organized street gang) in Boston, MA, in his early years. Due to his profound background in practical martial arts, he had a reputation as a street brawler. While Yen's degree/mastery of overall fighting ability is unknown, there's one reported occasion that confirms him being an efficient martial artist/self-defender. According to news reports by Hong Kong news channels in the late 1990s, he went clubbing with his then girlfriend, Yee-Man Man, and once inside the nightclub his girlfriend got harassed by a troublesome gang who took an interest in her. Yen warned them of leaving them alone but to no success. As they got out, the gang followed them and proceeded to prevent Yen from intervening by attacking him. This resulted in Yen beating the assailants up in self-defense and getting arrested by the police but was released the next day. This incident is still known in Hong Kong to this day - with people bringing it up in discussions concerning real fights as well as in relation to comparing credible fighting skills of various Hong Kong martial arts actors.
5 Cites Jet Li as his favorite among all martial arts actors he has worked with in his entire career.
6 After more than two decades of working in Hong Kong, Yen finally got his major breakthrough in Yip Man (2008) and started being offered various big-budget projects by famous producers and directors in China and USA.
7 Started working overseas as action director and small part actor on various film projects in early 2000s, in hope to learn more about film-making from different film markets and to achieve international success as an actor.
8 After learning the Hong Kong style of action film-making from his mentor Woo-Ping Yuen, Yen developed a big interest in action choreographing fight scenes and started working behind the camera on various film projects in Hong Kong in mid 1990s.
9 Started collaborating with director Wilson Yip on various film projects as leading actor and action director in the mid 2000s after meeting each other in the late 1990s. Yen was asked a favor by Yip to help out Daniel Lee with coordinating action scenes for Sing yuet tung wa (1999). Their collaborations have led to some of the finest Hong Kong action films made in last half of that decade.
10 Started working on TV series in Hong Kong after offers for feature films slowly began diminishing for him in the mid 1990s.
11 Donnie Yen received the Star Asia Award before the screening of Dragon (2011) at the New York Asian Film Festival on Monday, July 9, 2012.
12 Turned down the following Hollywood films: Rush Hour 2 (2001) (Ricky Tan), Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003) (Chen Lo), The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) (Jade Warlord), The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008) (Emperor Han), The Expendables 2 (2012) (Nan Yu's character originally a male character replacing Yin Yang), and The Man with the Iron Fists (2012) (Poison Dagger).
13 Was recommended to Yimou Zhang by Jet Li to play the role of Sky in Ying xiong (2002). Zimou was desperate to look for a new actor to play the role after the original actor of choice was dismissed.
14 Can also understand Shanghainese, because his wife's family is Shanghainese.
15 Newborn son (2007) named James W. Yen.
16 Daughter (2004) named Jasmine W. Yen.
17 A former member of Woo-Ping Yuen's Yuen Clan stunt team.
18 Turned down the role of the main villain in both Tai-Chi Master (1993) and The Legend of Drunken Master (1994) eventually played by Siu-Ho Chin and Ken Lo respectively.
19 Michelle Yeoh considers him to be the fastest martial artist she has ever worked with.
20 Was supposed to co-star with Brandon Lee in a sequel to Legacy of Rage (1986) but Lee's departure back to the States led to the idea being scrapped.
21 Well trained in various martial arts styles, including wushu, tae kwon do, kick-boxing and boxing.
22 Has a huge fanbase in Japan which has given him some opportunities to work behind the camera on not only movies but popular video games as well. He directed the cinematic intro sequence of Onimusha 3: Demon Siege (2004).
23 A big fan of Bruce Lee. He was one of the auditionees for the title role in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993). Jing wu men (1995) and Jing wu feng yun: Chen Zhen (2010) are dedicated to Lee.
24 Sustained a heavy injury in his right shoulder while making Ching fung dik sau (1985) which still affects him to this day.
25 Was sent to Beijing, China, to continue his martial arts training and avoid committing crimes with a street gang.
26 Has a son from a previous marriage.
27 His current wife Cissy Wang is 18 years his junior.
28 Current wife Cissy Wang was the winner of the Miss Chinese Toronto Pageant 2000. She also represented Toronto in 2001 for the Miss Chinese International Pageant.
29 Brother of Chris Yen.
30 Can speak fluent Cantonese, English and Mandarin. Can also speak casual Korean, since he learned it as a requirement for his character during the filming of Qi jian (2005).
31 Billed as Michael Ryan in his earlier films, until Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin (1994), released in the Philippines.
32 Classically trained pianist
33 Grew up in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Some of his films shows him sitting on antagonists' bodies after beating them up.
2 Likes to kick away objects either off ground or in the air during his fight scenes.
3 Uses slow-motion for certain takes during his fight scenes to showcase the power of techniques done by actors he works with.
4 Frequently collaborates with Woo-Ping Yuen.
5 Started utilizing MMA in his fight scenes more often after making SPL: Sha po lang (2005). This can be seen in all of his contemporary action films that followed suit.
6 Usually makes soft "o-faces" during his fight scenes, similar to Bruce Lee's facial expression doing the famous high-pitched battle scream.
7 Includes parkour in between his fight scenes.
8 His characters - whenever he's playing lead or co-lead roles - are often given late introductions in the beginning of his films.
9 His fight scenes often involve people hitting each other's fists and kicks at the same time, or each other one after another.
10 Started utilizing the "chain punching" technique more often in some of his recent films after the big success of Yip Man (2008), Also likes to execute few other punching techniques in his fight scenes, such as "wind-up"- and "superman" punches.
11 Frequently collaborates with Wilson Yip
12 Prefers to work with real martial artists in his films. His collaborations range from well-established practitioners such as Jet Li, Collin Chou, Jing Wu, Xing Yu, and Siu-Wong Fan to experienced fighters like John Salvitti, Michael Woods and Cung Le.
13 Likes to execute various kicking techniques - including jumping splits-kick, jumping front-kick, jumping back-kick while running forward and chain-kicks while moving forward
14 Known for playing tough and impulsive characters in his films.
15 Likes to choreograph realistic, creative and unconventional fight scenes


Quotes

#Quote
1 (On the difference of working in Hong Kong and overseas) Two big differences: time and money! Actually, time, because you can give me all the money in the world and, if I don't have enough time, I can't give you a great action scene. The big difference in Asia is that the action director has complete control over that aspect of the film, from concept to shooting to editing. The Hollywood system is much more organized, and you have to deal with all these different producers etc. In some ways, that can be good. The development of scripts and the overall preparation for a film is definitely better in Hollywood. We have to try and bring the best from east and west together.
2 (On the action choreography of Dou fo sin (2007)) The real challenge was in meeting my own expectations. I have such huge respect for MMA fighters, and I was determined that we should make every effort to present their art cinematically, without compromising on the techniques and "reality" of what they do. I underwent MMA training, I watched hours of fight footage and, in the end, I think we came close to capturing the MMA flavor in our fight scenes. The biggest challenge, for me was doing repeated takes of the movements that I choreographed for myself. Sometimes it really did feel like I'd been in a real fight!
3 (On the difference of working as action director in Hong Kong and Hollywood) I think it's a difference between the way action is treated in Hong Kong and in Hollywood. In Hong Kong, my job is to "direct" the action, and when I'm shooting the fight sequences, I take over the set. I choose the camera angles and see how the drama intercuts with the action. In Hollywood, you "choreograph" working with the main director. In the old days of Hong Kong action cinema, when the action director worked, the "drama" director went home!
4 (On working overseas again) Anything goes! With the right project, right script I'll do it! But you can only make so many films a year; you have to choose the one that you want to make!
5 (On exploring different movie roles outside MA movies) Yes, if someone wants to hire me, why not? Why not get paid the same and have less of a physical demand? But I would absolutely not stop. It's great to do martial arts films, and rep martial arts films, and be a successful icon, and set trends. I feel it's an honor to set a trend in the martial arts film world.
6 (On working locally and overseas) I don't identify a project as a Hong Kong project or a Hollywood project or whatever. The world's getting closer and closer. Who would think that "Crouching Tiger" would win an Oscar as Best Foreign Film? If the film is a good film, it will be seen by the world. I don't know where my home is. If it requires me to do a production in Europe, I go to Europe. If it's in Asian countries, I'll be in Asian countries.
7 (On working with Jet Li) Ten years ago we did a film called "Once Upon A Time In China, Part II" and it raised the bar of martial arts standard and I was nominated as best supporting actor. "Hero" was a 10-year reunion for us. So we came in as a kind of expectation from the fans. The difference between the two times is the first time we had a rivalry going because I guess we were younger and it was our first time working with each other. But this time was more of a collaboration. We just wanted to make the best action sequence ever.
8 When you watch my films, you're feeling my heart.
9 (On martial arts training) Music and movement are both expressions of the same basic human energy. They are like paints used to color the screen.
10 (On changing generic fight choreography) Nowadays, martial arts directors go along with the advancement in filming techniques. We can use some techniques to coordinate with non-martial artists. In my early days with Yuen Wo Ping, technology was rather backward, whatever we did depended on the raw skills of the actors themselves; but the actors nowadays are exceptionally fortunate. They could rely on editing, doubles, wires, and even special effects to make them look like they could fight well. But I believe, now that the audiences seek authenticity in martial arts, they could be cast aside. That's why we are looking into real combat.
11 (On learning from veteran Hong Kong action directors) Of course it's Yuen Wo Ping. He brought me into the circle. Some of his filming techniques and styles bear great influence on me. Actually, I admire the techniques of other martial arts directors too; they have their own unique ways of handling action scenes. I hope to learn from them. This is my pursuit of martial arts all along - mixed martial arts.
12 (On the inspiration of becoming a director) I have always been a rebel, in my whole entire life, since I was just a martial artist. I always have questions in the back of my mind. Why does it have to be this way? Can it be that way? I always try to question and challenge that system and I guess that kind of attitude I brought into the film industry when I was just an actor. I see different films; I see how a director or choreographer would choreograph it. And I say to myself "it can be improved, it can be better and in less time". Or I'd wonder "how come this film is a good film and the other one a bad film, when the budget is not much different?" There are certain techniques, a certain system. When I was an action choreographer, when I used to work for Yuen Woo Ping, I used to grab a whole team of people and just raise questions. To the photographer, or to Yuen Woo Ping: "could it be that way? Could be it, be that? Why not try it this way?" Very soon, I established a kind of trust from Yuen Woo Ping, because I made a lot of his films happen with my suggestions.


Pictures

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Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Action Choreography Yi ge ren de wu lin (2014) Wei Tung

Bun Yuen

Hua Yan
2015 Huading Award Huading Award Best Actor in a Motion Picture Yi ge ren de wu lin (2014)
2011 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Action Choreography Wu xia (2011)
2011 Huading Award Huading Award Best Actor in a Motion Picture Yip Man 2 (2010)
2011 Golden Lotus Awards Macau International Movie Festival Best Actor Guan Yun Chang (2011)
2009 Jury Award Beijing Student Film Festival Best Actor Yip Man (2008)
2009 HKSC Award Hong Kong Society of Cinematographers (HKSC) Awards Most Charismatic Actor
2009 Huabiao Film Award Huabiao Film Awards Outstanding Abroad Actor Yip Man (2008)
2009 Iron Elephant Award Iron Elephant Film Awards Best Actor Yip Man (2008)
2008 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Action Choreography Dou fo sin (2007)
2008 Taurus Award World Stunt Awards Best Action in a Foreign Language Film Dou fo sin (2007)
2007 Golden Bauhinia Golden Bauhinia Awards Best Action Choreography Lung Fu Moon (2006)
2007 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Action Choreography Dou fo sin (2007)
2006 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Action Choreography SPL: Sha po lang (2005)
2004 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Action Choreography Chin gei bin (2003)
2003 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Action Choreography Chin gei bin (2003)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Asian Film Award Asian Film Awards Best Actor Yip Man 3 (2015)
2015 Huading Award Huading Award Best Action Choreography for a Motion Picture Xi you ji: Da nao tian gong (2014)
2015 Huading Award Huading Award Best Action Choreography for a Motion Picture Yi ge ren de wu lin (2014) Bun Yuen

Wei Dong

Hua Yan
2015 Golden Lotus Awards Macau International Movie Festival Best Actor Yip Man 3 (2015)
2014 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Action Choreography Yi ge ren de wu lin (2014) Wei Tung

Bun Yuen

Hua Yan
2014 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Action Choreography Te shu shen fen (2013)
2014 Golden Lotus Awards Macau International Movie Festival Best Actor Yi ge ren de wu lin (2014)
2012 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Action Choreography Wu xia (2011)
2011 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Action Choreography Jing wu feng yun: Chen Zhen (2010)
2010 Hundred Flowers Award Hundred Flowers Awards Best Actor Shi yue wei cheng (2009)
2010 Iron Elephant Award Iron Elephant Film Awards Best Actor Shi yue wei cheng (2009)
2009 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actor Yip Man (2008)
2007 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Action Choreography Lung Fu Moon (2006)
2006 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Action Choreography Lung Fu Moon (2006)
2002 Taurus Award World Stunt Awards Best Fight Siu nin Wong Fei Hung chi: Tit ma lau (1993)
1993 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Wong Fei Hung II: Nam yee tung chi keung (1992)


Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hak Mui Gwai yee git gam lan 1997 Boxing School Owner
666: Mo gui fu huo 1996 Mo Ti Nam
Jie tou sha shou 1996 Iron Monkey
Dou sing 2: Kai tau dou sing 1995 Lone Seven
Jing wu men 1995 TV Series Chen Zhen
Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin 1994 Chiang Ho-Wa
Ma hei siu chi 1994 Danton Lee (as Yin Sze Dan)
Wing Chun 1994 Leung Pok To (as Yen Chi Tan)
Hung Hei Gun 1994 TV Series Hung Hei-Kwun (1994)
So Hak-Yee 1993 Beggar So Chan
Siu nin Wong Fei Hung chi: Tit ma lau 1993 Wong Kei-Ying
San lau sing woo dip gim 1993 Yip Cheung
Sun lung moon hak chan 1992 Eunuch Tsao Siu Yan
Wong Fei Hung II: Nam yee tung chi keung 1992 Commander Lan
Revenge of the Cheetah 1992 Ronald
The Holy Virgin vs. the Evil Dead 1991 Shiang Chi-Fei
Kon Tam Kwan Ying 1991 TV Series Wong Wai-Sek (1991)
Ming Wan Mai Kung 1991 TV Series Chung Ka-Jun (1991)
No foh wai lung 1991 Chin Chi Leung
Sai hak chin 1990 Dragon Yau
Fei Fu Kwan Ying 1989 TV Series Cheung Ho Nam (1989)
Wong Ka Si Sei IV: Sik Gik Sing Yan 1989 Officer Donny Yan
Mo Min Kap Sin Fung 1989 TV Series Tse Kwok-Tung (1989)
Dak ging to lung 1988 Terry
Ying ging boon sik 1988 TV Movie Dick Kwan
Ching fung dik sau 1985 Eddie
Siu Tai Gik 1984 Chan Chuen Chung
Yip Man 4 2018 announced Ip Man
American Revenge 2017 announced
Chui Lung 2017 post-production Crippled Ho
Iceman 2 2017 completed Ho Ying
xXx: Return of Xander Cage 2017 Xiang
Rogue One 2016 Chirrut Îmwe
The Monkey King: The Legend Begins 2016 Sun Wukong Monkey King
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny 2016 Silent Wolf
Yip Man 3 2015 Ip Man
San Taam Ka To 2015 Band Member
Nature Is Speaking 2014 TV Series short Shanhu Jiao / Saan Wu Ziu
Yi ge ren de wu lin 2014 Hahou Mo
Bing feng: Chong sheng zhi men 2014 Ho Ying
Gam gai SSS 2014 Yip Man
Xi you ji: Da nao tian gong 2014 Sun Wukong Monkey King
Te shu shen fen 2013 Chan Chi-Lung / Dragon
Soi yat hei 2013 Mr. Cool
Baat seng bou hei 2012 Carl Tam
Dragon 2011 Liu Jin-Xi
The Lost Bladesman 2011 Guan Yu
Ji keung hei si 2011 2011 Arnold Cheng
Jing wu feng yun: Chen Zhen 2010 Chen Zhen
Ip Man 2 2010 Ip Man
Jin yi wei 2010 Qinglong
Shi yue wei cheng 2009 Sum Chung-Yang
Jian guo da ye 2009 Tian Han
Ga yau hei si 2009 2009 Wedding guest
Yip Man 2008 Ip Man
Hua pi 2008 Pang Yong
Jiang shan mei ren 2008 Muyong Xuehu
Dou fo sin 2007 Ma
Lung Fu Moon 2006 Dragon Wong
SPL: Sha po lang 2005 Ma Kwan
Qi jian 2005 Chu Zhaonan
Chin gei bin 2: Fa tou tai kam 2004 General Lone
Luen Ching Go Gup 2004 Victor Tsui
Shanghai Knights 2003 Wu Chow
Ying xiong 2002 Sky
Blade II 2002 Snowman
Highlander: Endgame 2000 Jin Ke
Hei Se Cheng Shi 1999 Ozone
Sun Tong San Tai Hing 1998 Tong Shan
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo 1998 Cat Lee
Chin Long Chuen Suet 1997 Fung Man-Hin

Stunts

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chui Lung 2017 action director post-production
Iceman 2 2017 action director completed
xXx: Return of Xander Cage 2017 fight choreographer - uncredited
Rogue One 2016 fight choreographer - uncredited
The Monkey King: The Legend Begins 2016 action director
Yip Man 3 2015 action choreographer - uncredited
Yi ge ren de wu lin 2014 action director
Bing feng: Chong sheng zhi men 2014 action director
Xi you ji: Da nao tian gong 2014 action director
Te shu shen fen 2013 action director
Dragon 2011 action director
The Lost Bladesman 2011 action director
Jing wu feng yun: Chen Zhen 2010 action director
Ip Man 2 2010 action choreographer - uncredited
Shi yue wei cheng 2009 action director - uncredited
Yip Man 2008 action choreographer - uncredited
Dou fo sin 2007 action director
Lung Fu Moon 2006 action director
Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker 2006 action director / additional martial arts sequences
SPL: Sha po lang 2005 action director
Chin gei bin 2: Fa tou tai kam 2004 stunt actor - uncredited
Onimusha 3: Demon Siege 2004 Video Game stunt director: CG movies
Gin chap hak mooi gwai 2004 action director
Vampire Effect 2003 action director
Blade II 2002 fight choreographer / martial arts coordinator
The Princess Blade 2001 fight choreographer
Der Puma - Kämpfer mit Herz TV Series stunt coordinator - 8 episodes, 2000 fight choreographer - 2 episodes, 1999 - 2000
Highlander: Endgame 2000 martial arts choreographer
Hei Se Cheng Shi 1999 action choreographer - uncredited
Sing yuet tung wa 1999 action director
Sun Tong San Tai Hing 1998 action director
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo 1998 action director
Chin Long Chuen Suet 1997 action director
666: Mo gui fu huo 1996 action director
Jing wu men 1995 TV Series action director - 6 episodes
Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin 1994 action director
Wing Chun 1994 action director
Hung Hei Gun 1994 TV Series action director - 1994
So Hak-Yee 1993 action choreographer - uncredited
Siu nin Wong Fei Hung chi: Tit ma lau 1993 action choreographer - uncredited
Sun lung moon hak chan 1992 action choreographer - uncredited
Wong Fei Hung II: Nam yee tung chi keung 1992 action choreographer - uncredited
Revenge of the Cheetah 1992 action choreographer - uncredited
The Holy Virgin vs. the Evil Dead 1991 action choreographer - uncredited
No foh wai lung 1991 action choreographer - uncredited
Sai hak chin 1990 action choreographer
Wong Ka Si Sei IV: Sik Gik Sing Yan 1989 action choreographer - uncredited
Dak ging to lung 1988 action choreographer / stunt double: Jacky Cheung - uncredited
Jiang shi pa pa 1986 action director - uncredited
Ching fung dik sau 1985 action choreographer - uncredited
Siu Tai Gik 1984 action choreographer - uncredited
Kei Mun Dun Kap 1982 stunt double - uncredited

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dou fo sin 2007 second assistant director
Der Puma - Kämpfer mit Herz 1999-2000 TV Series director action unit - 9 episodes
Wing Chun 1994 second unit director - uncredited

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chui Lung 2017 producer post-production
Iceman 2 2017 producer completed
Bing feng: Chong sheng zhi men 2014 producer
Te shu shen fen 2013 producer
Dou fo sin 2007 producer
Lung Fu Moon 2006 co-producer
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo 1998 producer
Chin Long Chuen Suet 1997 producer

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Gin chap hak mooi gwai 2004
Vampire Effect 2003 co-director
Sun Tong San Tai Hing 1998
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo 1998
Chin Long Chuen Suet 1997
Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin 1994 uncredited

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Baat seng bou hei 2012 performer: "Tin choi baak ci mung"
Jing wu men 1995 TV Series performer: "Hero of Jing Wu"
Hung Hei Gun 1994 TV Series performer: "Ideal"

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo 1998
Chin Long Chuen Suet 1997

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wing Chun 1994 uncredited

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Jing wu men 1995 TV Series

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shi yue wei cheng 2009 special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Made in Hollywood 2016 TV Series Himself
The Talk 2016 TV Series Himself
Extra 2016 TV Series Himself
Access Hollywood 2016 TV Series Himself
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - World Premiere 2016 TV Movie Himself - Chirrut Imwe, Rogue One
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2016 TV Series Himself
2016 Nian zhong yang dian shi tai chun jie lian huan wan hui 2016 TV Movie Himself - Performer
Wu Xia Pian - Le Festin du Tigre Chinois 2013 Documentary
Lu Yu You Yue 2011 TV Series Himself
Asia Uncut with Jon Niermann 2010 TV Series Himself
How Bruce Lee Changed the World 2009 TV Movie documentary
'Hero' Defined: A Look at the Epic Masterpiece 2004 Video short Himself
The Blood Pact: The Making of 'Blade II' 2002 Video documentary Himself
Hong Kong Superstars 2001 TV Movie documentary Himself
Martial Arts: Kung Fu Fighter 2001 TV Movie documentary Himself
Reflections on 'The Little Dragon' 2001 Video short Himself
Cinema of Vengeance 1994 Documentary Himself (uncredited)

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Access Hollywood 2017 TV Series Himself
Extra 2016 TV Series Himself
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