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小侯
Hsiao Ho (1)  ♂
Aliases:  Siu Hau,  Hau Yiu Chung,  Hau Chi Chung,  Hsiao Hou,  Xiao Hou





 
Filmography (1977-2004)
 
  Action Director (17 films)
    Martial Club (1981)    
    My Young Auntie (1981)    
    Legendary Weapons of China (1982)    
    Cat Vs. Rat (1982)    
    The Lady Is the Boss (1983)    
    The 8 Diagram Pole Fighter (1984)    
    Disciples of the 36th Chamber (1985)    
    Eastern Condors (1987)    
    Armageddon (1989)    
    Into the Fire (1989)    
    Vampire Settle on Police Camp (1990)    
    Demoness from Thousand Years (1990)    
    Magic Cop (1990)    
    Spiritual Trinity (1991)    
    Martial Arts Master Wong Fei Hung (1992)    
    Kung Fu Kid (1994)    
    The Green Hornet (1994)    
  Assistant Director (1 film)
    Drugs Fighters (1995)    
  Assistant Action Director (7 films)
    Raining in the Mountain (1979)    
    Clan of the White Lotus (1980)    
    Return to the 36th Chamber (1980)    
    Spooky, Spooky (1988)    
    Three Against the World (1988)    
    Paper Marriage (1988)    
    The Blonde Fury (1989)    
  Actor (47 films)
    Winner Takes All! (1977)    
    Executioners from Shaolin (1977) ... Governor's fighter
    The Iron Fisted Monk (1977) ... [3 roles]
    He Has Nothing But Kung Fu (1977) ... [Extra]
    Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog! (1978) ... One of Panther's men
    Cunning Tendency (1978) ... [Extra] / [Stunts]
    Shaolin Mantis (1978) ... Fighter in prelude
    Heroes of the East (1978) ... Martial art student
    Way of the Black Dragon (1978)    
    The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978) ... Shaolin monk
    Kung Fu Genius (1979)    
    Mad Monkey Kung Fu (1979) ... Little Monkey
    Raining in the Mountain (1979) ... Monk
    Dirty Ho (1979) ... Xiao Lu
    Spiritual Boxer, Part II (1979) ... Zhou's thug
    Return to the 36th Chamber (1980) ... Ah Chao
    Carry on Wise Guy (1980) ... [Extra]
    Clan of the White Lotus (1980) ... Priest White Lotus's guardian
    My Young Auntie (1981) ... Charlie Yu Tao
    Treasure Hunters (1981) ... Constable
    Martial Club (1981) ... Chan
    Cat Vs. Rat (1982) ... Cheung Ping, Water Rat
    The Fake Ghost Catchers (1982) ... Bao Tuo
    Legendary Weapons of China (1982) ... Tien Hao
    Aces Go Places II (1983) ... Gangster in club
    The Lady Is the Boss (1983) ... Cheuk Jin Shing
    The 8 Diagram Pole Fighter (1984) ... Yang 4th brother
    Disciples of the 36th Chamber (1985) ... Fong Shiyu
    Yes, Madam! (1985) ... Henry's thug
    Heart of the Dragon (1985) ... SWAT member at training
    Lucky Stars Go Places (1986) ... Policeman
    Righting Wrongs (1986) ... [Stunt]
    Mr. Vampire Part 2 (1986) ... Lab tech [cameo]
    The Millionaires' Express (1986) ... Siu Hau
    Eastern Condors (1987) ... Phan Man-Lung
    Paper Marriage (1988) ... White Suit's thug in clown disguise
    The Blonde Fury (1989) ... [Extra] / [Stunt double]
    Pedicab Driver (1989) ... Bodyguard in the finale
    Demoness from Thousand Years (1990) ... Modern Sifu
    The Moon Warriors (1992) ... Kite killer [uncredited]
    What a Hero! (1992) ... Mainland robber boss
    Iron Monkey (1993) ... Monk Hin Hung's disciple
    Run for Life - Ladies From China (1993) ... A Chiu
    The Green Hornet (1994) ... [Extra]
    Thunderbolt (1995) ... Saw's thug [Extra]
    Drugs Fighters (1995) ... Fei's thug
    One Nite in Mongkok (2004) ... One of Tim's men
 
 
Biography
 
  Originally named Hao Yiu Chung, Hsiao Hao was born in 1958 in Henan. He was coached by Fan Kuk-fa in Beijing Opera since his early childhood. He also starred in several films as young talent and became a martial arts stunt man at seventeen. Director Liu Chia-liang spotted Hao's talent and gave him the leading role in Mad Monkey Kung Fu. He became Liu's disciple the same year and joined Shaw Brothers as a contracted actor. He starred mostly in Liu's movies in a supporting role, except his eye-catching parts in movies such as Cat Vs Rat, The Fake Ghost Catchers and Disciples of the 36th Chamber.

- Celestial Pictures biography