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Lam Ching-Ying (1)
Lam Cheng-Ying,  Lin Cheng-Ying,  Park Chung-Ying,  Lim Chen-Ying
Born: December 27th, 1951 - Died: November 8th, 1997





 
Filmography (1970-1994)
 
  Action Director (29 films)
    Chinatown Capers (1974)    
    The Dynamite Brothers (1974)    
    Yellow Faced Tiger (1974)    
    The Sharp Fists in Kung Fu (1974)    
    The Incredible Kung Fu Master (1979)    
    Crazy Partner (1979)    
    The Victim (1980)    
    Encounter of the Spooky Kind (1980)    
    Two Toothless Tigers (1980)    
    The Killer in White (1980)    
    From Riches to Rags (1980)    
    The Prodigal Son (1981)    
    Carry On Pickpocket (1982)    
    The Dead and the Deadly (1982)    
    Winners and Sinners (1983)    
    The Owl and Dumbo (1984)    
    Hong Kong 1941 (1984)    
    The Return of Pom Pom (1984)    
    Those Merry Souls (1985)    
    Mr. Vampire (1985)    
    My Lucky Stars (1985)    
    Rosa (1986)    
    The Millionaires' Express (1986)    
    Mr. Vampire Part 3 (1987)    
    Her Vengeance (1988)    
    Paper Marriage (1988)    
    Armageddon (1989)    
    Magic Cop (1990)    
    Lover's Tear (1992)    
  Producer (3 films)
    Magic Cop (1990)    
    Lover's Tear (1992)    
    The Green Hornet (1994)    
  Stunt Choreographer (2 films)
    Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars (1985)    
    Eastern Condors (1987)    
  Assistant Director (1 film)
    The Owl and Dumbo (1984)    
  Director (2 films)
    Vampire Vs Vampire (1989)    
    The Green Hornet (1994)    
  Assistant Action Director (5 films)
    Enter the Dragon (1973)    
    His Name Is Nobody (1979)    
    The Magnificent Butcher (1979)    
    Odd Couple (1979)    
    Knockabout (1979)    
  Actor (133 films)
    Wrath of the Sword (1970) ... [Extra]
    Brothers Five (1970) ... [Extra]
    The Golden Knight (1970) ... Shaolin Monk at temple
    A Touch of Zen (1971) ... East Chamber guard
    The Lady Hermit (1971) ... Horse thief
    The Golden Seal (1971) ... Thug [extra]
    The Big Boss (1971) ... Ah Yen
    Lady with a Sword (1971) ... [Extra]
    The Angry River (1971) ... [Extra]
    Treasure Castle (1971)    
    Six Assassins (1971) ... Lord Li's soldier
    The Blade Spares None (1971) ... Prince's fighter
    The Invincible Eight (1971) ... Whip-wielding henchman
    The Crimson Charm (1971) ... Crimson Charm thug
    The Long Chase (1971) ... [Extra]
    The Fugitive (1972) ... Ma's thug
    The Imperial Swordsman (1972) ... Bandit
    The 14 Amazons (1972) ... Soldier [extra]
    The Casino (1972) ... Casino thug [extra]
    Fist of Fury (1972) ... Susuki's student
    The Deadly Knives (1972) ... Japanese [extra]
    Hap Ki Do (1972) ... Black Bear student
    The Thunderbolt Fist (1972) ... Japanese fighter on stage
    Iron Bull (1973) ... Thug
    Bloody Ring (1973)    
    The Rendezvous of Warriors (1973) ... [Extra]
    End of the Wicked Tigers (1973) ... Villager
    A Man Called Tiger (1973) ... Blue Shirt thug
    None But the Brave (1973) ... Masked patriot
    When Taekwondo Strikes (1973) ... Japanese [extra]
    Enter the Dragon (1973) ... Guard/Chief double for Sek Kin
    Seaman No. 7 (1973) ... Golden Hair's thug
    Bruce Lee, the Man and the Legend (1973) ... [Himself]
    Back Alley Princess (1973) ... Rascal
    Tiger (1973) ... Japanese
    The Dynamite Brothers (1974) ... Thug in white
    The Skyhawk (1974) ... Woodland attacker [uncredited]
    Yellow Faced Tiger (1974) ... Slaughter's man
    Tornado of Pearl River (1974) ... [Extra]
    Chinatown Capers (1974) ... Gangster
    The Man from Hong Kong (1975) ... [Extra]
    The Spiritual Boxer (1975) ... Ruei's thug
    Bruce's Fingers (1976) ... Brown Shirt fighter
    Challenge of the Masters (1976) ... Master Pang's student
    Judgement of an Assassin (1977) ... Bai Du Clan member
    The Pilferer's Progress (1977) ... Hitman
    Executioners from Shaolin (1977) ... Pai Mei's monk
    The Shaolin Plot (1977) ... Soldier
    He Has Nothing But Kung Fu (1977) ... Casino guard
    The Sentimental Swordsman (1977) ... Yun's man
    The Iron Fisted Monk (1977) ... [Brief cameo]
    Broken Oath (1977) ... One of Qi's men
    The Game of Death (1978) ... Macau fighter
    The Amsterdam Kill (1978) ... Thug [extra]
    Kung Fu Means Fists, Strikes and Swords (1978) ... Thug [extra]
    Warriors Two (1978) ... Thunder's men/Leung's student
    Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog! (1978) ... One of Panther's men
    Clan of Amazons (1978) ... Red Shoe Society's man
    Legend of the Bat (1978) ... Han's sword troop
    Gee and Gor (1978) ... Wedding thug [extra]
    Enter the Fat Dragon (1978) ... Fighter on movie set
    The Proud Youth (1978) ... [Extra]
    Amsterdam Connection (1978) ... Mr. Hung's henchman
    Kung Fu Stars (1978) ... Thug [extra]
    The Magnificent Butcher (1979) ... Fan Man
    Odd Couple (1979) ... Ha (Scarface's fighter)
    His Name Is Nobody (1979) ... Wears black wig
    The Incredible Kung Fu Master (1979) ... Fu student [cameo]
    Knockabout (1979) ... Casino fighter [cameo]
    Encounter of the Spooky Kind (1980) ... Inspector
    Two Toothless Tigers (1980)    
    From Riches to Rags (1980) ... Knife killer
    The Victim (1980) ... Jo Wing's man/double
    By Hook or by Crook (1980) ... Skinny's hired thug leader
    The Prodigal Son (1981) ... Leung Yee Tai
    The Dead and the Deadly (1982) ... Uncle Ko
    Winners and Sinners (1983) ... Chan
    Pom Pom (1984) ... Police sergeant [cameo]
    Hocus Pocus (1984) ... Master Sheng
    The Return of Pom Pom (1984) ... Flying Spider Lo Chien
    Mr. Vampire (1985) ... Uncle Ko/Master Kau
    Heart of the Dragon (1985) ... SWAT Commander
    My Lucky Stars (1985) ... Corrupted HK policeman
    Those Merry Souls (1985) ... Tak's father
    Mr. Vampire Part 2 (1986) ... Lam Ching Ying/Lin Cheng-ying
    Heroes Shed No Tears (1986) ... Viet Colonel
    The Millionaires' Express (1986) ... Bank robber
    Where's Officer Tuba? (1986) ... Taoist priest [cameo]
    Last Eunuch in China (1987) ... Liu Chang-Fu
    Mr. Vampire Part 3 (1987) ... Uncle Nine
    Eastern Condors (1987) ... Lieutenant Lam
    School on Fire (1988) ... Hoi
    Painted Faces (1988) ... Uncle Hua
    Her Vengeance (1988) ... Hung
    I Love Maria (1988) ... Master
    Pedicab Driver (1989) ... Uncle Sheng [cameo]
    Vampire Vs Vampire (1989) ... One Eyebrow Priest
    Stage Door Johnny (1990) ... Liu
    Encounter of the Spooky Kind II (1990) ... Master Jiao
    Goodbye Hero (1990) ... Frank
    Swordsman (1990) ... Elder Kuk
    Magic Cop (1990) ... Uncle Feng
    Prince of the Sun (1990)    
    Slickers Vs Killers (1991) ... Owl
    Red and Black (1991) ... Kong
    Gambling Ghost (1991) ... Taoist priest
    Money Maker (1991) ... Master Chu
    Crazy Safari (1991) ... Taoist priest
    Shy Spirit (1991)    
    An Eternal Combat (1991) ... Sifu
    The Ultimate Vampire (1991) ... Master Chiu
    The Tantana (1991) ... Mud Yuet
    Spiritual Trinity (1991) ... Tien Lung
    Midnight Conjure (1991) ... Taoist [cameo]
    Martial Arts Master Wong Fei Hung (1992) ... Jiubinku Kyoto
    Forced Nightmare (1992)    
    Pom Pom and Hot Hot (1992) ... Lam Ho-Yang
    Lover's Tear (1992) ... Cheng Ying
    Mr. Vampire 1992 (1992) ... Master Lam Ching Ying
    Legend of Wong Tai Sin (1992) ... Cho Pin [title char]
    Mad Mad Ghost (1992) ... Uncle Ying
    Wizard's Curse (1992) ... Taoist priest
    The Musical Vampire (1992) ... Uncle Master
    Skin Striperess (1992) ... Taoist Lam
    China Dolls (1992) ... Motorcycle policeman
    Banana Spirit (1992) ... Master Chen Sheng
    Exorcist Master (1993) ... Uncle Nine
    The East Is Red (1993) ... Zither player [footage from 'Swordsman']
    Painted Skin (1993) ... Purple monk [cameo]
    Rape in Public Sea (1993) ... Nan
    The Chinese Ghostbuster (1994)    
    The Green Hornet (1994)    
    Kung Fu Kid (1994)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Lam Ching-Ying began his performing career as a student of China Opera under Madame Fan Fok-Fa. He specialised in playing female roles. Lam entered the film industry as a martial arts stuntman, working at both the Shaw Brothers and Golden Harvest studios. At the latter, he joined Sammo Hung's stunt team, and worked as actor in "The Magnificent Butcher". In 1985, the film "Mr. Vampire" brought him success in several official sequels to horror comedy hit. He also proved himself as a good dramatic actor in Ringo Lam's "School On Fire" and Alex Law's "Painted Faces". Lam returned to the role that made his name for two hit "Mr. Vampire" TV series. He died of liver cancer.

From the Media Asia DVD release of "Magic Cop". Born: Lam Gun Bo