Stephen Chow -Mandarin Comedy Star

Stephen Chow -Mandarin Comedy Star
Born with the full name of Chow Sing-Chi, or better known as Stephen Chow, he is an actor and comedy star Mandarin. He was born in Hong Kong on June 22, 1962, Stephen Chow and spent his youth together with three sisters in Shanghai, China.

He developed his interest in martial arts after watching Bruce Lee's martial arts talents. In 1982, he graduated from high school and auditioned at a school run by TVB, a Hong Kong television station where he refused. His friend 'Waise' Lee Chi-Hung (Legend of Swordsman, "John Woo's A Better Tomorrow ') helped him out and he was allowed to take night classes. He graduated in 1983 and was hired to be the host of a children's television program called "Space Shuttle 430 'even though he does not like children.

This did not stop him from his duty as he developed the off-beat relationship with co-star in the show that audiences loved, who led the program to run for five years. During the run of events in 1988, he was able to get into dramatic roles in many television programs and went on to star in his first film in which Danny 'actor' Lee Sau-Yin (City on Fire, "John Woo's The Killer ') cast him in the movie 'Final justice' which earned him an Award for Best Supporting Actor at the 25th Annual Taiwanese Film Awards.

In 1990, he introduced the extraordinary comedic talent in the film 'all for the winner' a funny spin-off of the movie, 'God of Gamblers' starring Chow Yun-Fat. The film became such a success that he also starred alongside Chow Yun-Fat in the successful sequel, God of Gamblers 2 '. He excels in the comedy genre and developed a trademark that reinvented his career in the coming years when he started doing a parody of Hollywood. and in the film 'Justice in My Foot' he won Best Actor at the Asia Pacific Film Festival.

The idea combines sport with kung fu and comedy come into play in 2002 with 'Shaolin Soccer' where some of the digital CGI effects are used to help create a stunning action sequences with the help of legendary choreographer Tony Ching Siu-Tung who gives a touch of style to the fight. The film struck gold on release, grossing film of the highest ranking in history

Finally, Hollywood took support of Chow's comedic skills and Miramax Films bought the distribution rights to 'Shaolin Soccer' and released internationally in 2003. Following the success of 'Shaolin Soccer' Columbia Tristar released next project kung-fu comedy, "Kung Fu Hustle ', in which he collaborated with another legendary choreographer, Yuen Wo-Ping, to create a sequence of martial arts the hard-hitting, the Wo-Ping has been known since the 70's in Hong Kong. creativity of action and comedy Stephen Chow continues to seek new audiences and his work will continue to entertain audiences around the world for years to come.

Stephen Chow Film List

1986 A Better Tomorrow
1988 Final Justice
Yours Faithfully yes
He Who Chases After the Wind
The Last Conflict
Dragon 1989
Tragic Heroes
Thunder Cops II
Final Combat
1990 Love Is Love
My Hero
Lung Fung Restaurant
The unmatchable Match
Curry and Pepper
Sleazy Dizzy
Look Out, Officer!
All for the Winner
When Fortune Smiles
Triad Story
Legend of the Dragon
The Top Bet
Fist of Fury's Kenny severe a-bee
1991 Fight Back to School
God of Gamblers III:
Magnificent Scoundrels
The Banquet
The Gods Must Be Crazy III
Tricky Brains
1992 Fist of Fury 1991 II
The Thief of Time
All's Well, Ends Well
Fight Back to School II
Justice, My Foot
Royal Tramp
Royal Tramp II II
King of Beggars
Fight Back to School 1993 III
My Hero 2
Flirting Scholar
The Mad Monk
1994 Love on Delivery
Hail the Judge
From Beijing with Love
A Chinese Odyssey Part One: Pandora's Box
A Chinese Odyssey Part Two:
1995 Out of the Dark
Sixty Million Dollar
Forbidden City Cop 1996
God of Cookery
1997 All's Well, Ends Well 1997
Lawyer Lawyer
1998 The Lucky Guy
1999 King of Comedy
Gorgeous cameo Cop
The Tricky Master
2001 Shaolin Soccer
2004 Kung Fu Hustle
2008 CJ7
Shaolin Girl (Producer)
2009 Dragonball Evolution (producer)
2011 Tai Chi
Kung Fu Hustle 2 Sing In production
Journey to the West Pre-Production

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