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Roy Chiao Hung
Kiu Wang,  Chiao Hung,  Kao Hung,  Hung Kao,  Roy Chaio Hong
Born: 1927 (Shanghai, China) - Died: April 6th, 1999





 
Filmography (1949-1999)
 
  Actor (114 films)
    Happenings in Ali Shan (1949)    
    Fresh Peony (1956)    
    Welcome, God of Wealth! (1959)    
    Spring Song (1959) ... Buffalo
    The More the Merrier (1959) ... Chang Ping Chung
    Air Hostess (1959) ... Lei Tai-Ying
    The Tragedy of Love (1959)    
    Wedding Bells for Hedy (1959)    
    The June Bride (1960) ... Mai Qin
    Sister Long Legs (1960) ... Hsiao Chin
    Miss Secretary (1960)    
    Devotion (1960) ... Yuan Chi Tang
    The Loving Couple (1960)    
    Happily Ever After (1960) ... Chin Wen-Ou
    The Iron Fist (1960)    
    Swindler's Delight (1960)    
    Between Tears and Laughter (1960) ... Zheng Da-Jiang
    Death Traps (1960) ... Luo Shou-Li
    Tiger Girl (1961)    
    The Girl with the Golden Arm (1961) ... Tang Chen-Hua
    You Were Meant for Me (1961)    
    It's Always Spring (1962) ... Xu Zhao-Feng
    Lily of the Valley (1962) ... Tian Shaoqing
    Come Rain, Come Shine (1962)    
    Ladies First (1962) ... Wang Shu
    Because of Her (1963) ... Jin Shiming
    Four Brave Ones (1963)    
    The Imperial Lady (1964)    
    A Story of Three Loves (Part 1) (1964) ... Warlord General
    A Story of Three Loves (Part 2) (1964) ... Warlord General
    Romance of the Forbidden City (1964) ... Hong Chengchou
    Three Smart Girls (1965)    
    Beautiful Taiwan (1966) ... Narrator
    The Dark Heroine Mu Lanhua (1966) ... Bureau Chief Fong
    A Debt of Blood (1966) ... Ma Jen-shan
    Double Exposure (1966) ... Mona's second uncle
    Gold Button (1966)    
    The Golden Gun (1966)    
    The White Swan (1967) ... Leader Lam
    Bomb in Pink (1967)    
    You Are the One I Love (1967) ... Ling Chi-Chiu
    The Blue Bees (1967)    
    Travels with a Sword (1968) ... Cockeyed Tiger
    The Invisible Sabre (1968) ... Wei Wu 2nd Chief Yueh
    No Time for Love (1968)    
    Escorts Over Tiger Hill (1969) ... Ching Wu-Chi
    My Suitors (1970)    
    Dial for Murder (1970) ... Inspector Chan [guest]
    The Arch (1970) ... General Yang Kwan
    Mission to Die (1970) ... Driver [guest]
    A Touch of Zen (1971) ... Abbot Hui Yuan
    Cheating in Panorama (1972)    
    The Black Dragon (1973)    
    Cheat to Cheat (1973) ... 'A Pipe': Steals fur coat
    The Call Girls (1973) ... Priest Ying
    Enter the Dragon (1973) ... Lee's sifu
    The Fate of Lee Khan (1973) ... Tsao Yu-Kun
    Games Gamblers Play (1974) ... Man at milk bar getting parking ticket
    Blood Reincarnation (1974)    
    Lucky, Lucky (1974)    
    The Blue Lamp in Winter Night (1974)    
    The Valiant Ones (1975) ... Yu Da You
    Old Master Q (1975) ... Angry driver [cameo]
    Golden Needles (1975) ... Lin To
    The Last Message (1975) ... Mr. Chiang Wo
    Ghost Under the Cold Moonlight (1975) ... [Guest star]
    Let's Rock (1975)    
    The Ming Patriots (1976) ... Rebel leader Zhou [Guest]
    The Good, the Bad and the Loser (1976) ... The Loser
    Foxbat (1977) ... Dr. Hu De
    Follow the Star (1978) ... Drunken Sheng
    The Game of Death (1978) ... Peking Opera performer
    Old Soldiers Never Die (1978) ... Gang leader
    Enter the Fat Dragon (1978) ... Uncle Chiu
    A Title Rewon (1979)    
    Itchy Fingers (1979) ... Inspector
    Crazy Hustlers (1979)    
    Murder Most Foul (1979) ... Himself as a pilot
    Who Killed My Killers!? (1980)    
    See-Bar (1980) ... Ghost Eye Chu Tung Shen
    The Killer in White (1980) ... Cheung
    Do-Re-Me (1980)    
    Second Class Resident (1981)    
    Tower of Death (1981) ... Abbot
    The Mad, Mad, Mad Sailors (1981)    
    Krazy Kops (1981)    
    Once Upon a Mirage (1982) ... Policeman Ma
    Happy Sixteen (1982)    
    The Land of Rebirth (1983)    
    I Do! (1983) ... John
    The Lost Generation (1983) ... Concert guest
    Musical Singer (1985) ... Godfather
    The Protector (1985) ... Harold Ko
    Aces Go Places IV (1986) ... Professor [cameo]
    The Family Strikes Back (1986) ... Professor
    Righting Wrongs (1986) ... Judge [cameo]
    Inspector Chocolate (1986) ... Captain K.W. Kiu
    Life Is a Moment (1987) ... Astrologer
    Bloodsport (1988) ... Tanaka
    Dragons Forever (1988) ... Judge Lo Chun Wai
    Mr. Fortune (1989) ... Boss Cha
    Burning Ambition (1989)    
    The Blonde Fury (1989) ... Prosecutor Yu
    King of Gambler (1990) ... Boss Ho
    A Kid from Tibet (1992) ... Lawyer Robinson
    Cageman (1992) ... Fatso
    Angel of the Road (1993)    
    Treasure Hunt (1994) ... Uncle Bill
    Summer Snow (1995) ... Liu Yau/Bing's father
    Only Fools Fall in Love (1995) ... Ford's Great Uncle
    Blind Romance (1996) ... Tung's grandfather
    The Age of Miracles (1996) ... Messenger of Death -white suit
    All's Well, End's Well '97 (1997) ... Lo Liu Tau
    Sometimes, Miracles Do Happen (1999) ... Uncle Wang
 
 
Biography
 
  Reportedly a devout Christian. Died 1999.

Biography (Chinese Screen Queens of the '50s and '60s)

Biography (gstage.com)

Because of his physical stature, Chiao was known as “The Lion of the Cinema”. The versatile Chiao was good at horseback riding, diving and plane piloting. He was also fluent in English, Japanese, Korean and many Chinese dialects. He once served as an interpreter for the US Army during the Korean War. Chiao played in “Fresh Peony” directed by Bai Guang in which the latter also made an appearance. Afterwards Chiao took part in “Air Hostess”, “Escort Over Tiger Hills”, “A Touch of Zen”, “The Arch”, “The Valiant Ones”, “All’s Well End’s Well ’97” and so on. He also appeared in foreign movies like “Ferry to Hong Kong” and “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”. From the eighties of the last century onwards Chiao also acted in TV dramas including “Blowing in the Wind” and “Guardian Angel”. He was made Best Actor by the Hong Kong Film Awards with “Summer Snow”. A devout Christian, he founded The Artists Home with a view to creating solidarity and spreading the Christian faith among film workers. His last work was “Sometimes, Miracles do Happen” which was about the Christian religion.

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