Yuen Biao

Birthday:

07/26/1957

Place of birth:

Hong Kong - China:

Biography:

Yuen Biao (born 26 July 1957) is a Hong Kong actor and martial artist. He specialises in acrobatics and Chinese martial arts and has worked on over 80 films as actor, stuntman and action choreographer. Along with Peking Opera School "brothers" at the China Drama Academy, Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan, he was one of the Seven Little Fortunes.


Film Credits

(2016)
as Police director Zhang
(2014)
as Master Charlie Chiang
(2012)
as Master Li
(2011)
as
(2011)
as Master Yu Shengying
(2011)
as Tan Zhong
(2010)
as Ng Chung So
(2010)
as
(2010)
as Liu Bei
(2009)
as CIP Xian Sir
(2007)
as
(2007)
as Leung Jan
(2006)
as Inspector Steve Mok
(2004)
as Georgie Hung's father
(2004)
as Wah Sang
(2004)
as Mr. Ou
(2002)
as Lam Kau
(2001)
as Thunder
(2000)
as Himself (archive footage)
(2000)
as (archive footage)
(2000)
as Ma Sar
(1999)
as Boss of China House
(1999)
as Himself
(1998)
as Himself
(1998)
as Himself (archive footage)
(1997)
as Lin Yue-Feng
(1997)
as Tam See
(1996)
as Himself (archive footage)
(1996)
as Chung Yat Shan/Little Dragon
(1996)
as Li San
(1995)
as Li Chin Tang
(1995)
as Himself
(1995)
as Himself (Archive Footage)
(1995)
as Rambo Wong Yuk-Man
(1994)
as Lo Yi Tung/Han
(1994)
as Lui Lun
(1994)
as Himself (uncredited)
(1993)
as Constable Yuen Shing Chi
(1993)
as
(1993)
as Lau Chat
(1992)
as Tougetsu
(1992)
as Tang Ta Chi
(1992)
as Lo Ba Wong La
(1991)
as Hoi
(1991)
as Leung Fu
(1991)
as
(1990)
as Swordsman
(1990)
as Little Tiger
(1990)
as Peacock
(1990)
as Himself
(1989)
as Fong Sau-Ching
(1989)
as Beggar
(1988)
as Kông Chùe
(1988)
as Hsiang Ming
(1988)
as Himself
(1988)
as Shih Erh
(1988)
as Timothy Tung Tak-Biao
(1987)
as Captain Tzu [archive footage]
(1987)
as Man Yen (Rat) Chieh
(1986)
as Jason Chan/Hsai Ling-Cheng
(1986)
as Yen / Jen
(1986)
as 'Little monster' Hsia
(1986)
as Fire Chief Tsao Cheuk Kin
(1985)
as Hopping corpse
(1985)
as Ricky Fung
(1985)
as Ricky Fung
(1985)
as Chiu Chi-Lung
(1984)
as David
(1984)
as Truck Driver
(1984)
as Himself (archive footage)
(1983)
as Captain Tzu
(1983)
as Lee Tung
(1983)
as Ti Ming Chi
(1983)
as CID Agent
(1982)
as Man at bank [cameo]
(1981)
as Leung Chang
(1981)
as Mousy
(1981)
as Blue staff monk
(1980)
as [Cameo] (unconfirmed)
(1980)
as Background fighter/Double
(1980)
as Number Four
(1979)
as Foon
(1979)
as Yipao
(1978)
as Thunder's men
(1978)
as Master of the Five Fists
(1978)
as Mrs Lian's bodyguard
(1978)
as Thug
(1978)
as Stuntman on movie set
(1978)
as
(1978)
as [extra] (unconfirmed)
(1978)
as Billy Lo
(1978)
as Flying Guillotine at bamboo trees
(1978)
as Lama Monk Guard
(1978)
as Casino fighter
(1977)
as
(1977)
as One of Qi's men
(1977)
as [Extra]
(1977)
as Mr Kam's thug/Lau Wing's double
(1977)
as Bully's thug at tavern
(1977)
as Assassin
(1977)
as [Extra]
(1977)
as
(1977)
as Fighter in the school
(1977)
as Night club thug
(1977)
as Sword and Knife Man
(1977)
as Fighter in restaurant
(1977)
as [Extra]
(1976)
as Troublemaker at tavern
(1976)
as San He Tang's gangster
(1976)
as [Extra]
(1976)
as [Extra]
(1976)
as Russian's student
(1976)
as Master Pang's student
(1976)
as Rangoon's Henchman (uncredited)
(1976)
as [Extra]
(1975)
as [Extra]
(1975)
as Casino thug
(1975)
as 1st Pirate in contest
(1975)
as
(1975)
as Thug
(1974)
as Student
(1974)
as [Extra]
(1974)
as [Extra]
(1974)
as [Extra]
(1974)
as Thug at temple
(1974)
as [Extra]
(1974)
as [Extra]
(1973)
as [Extra]
(1973)
as Thug
(1973)
as Street thug
(1973)
as Wong's student
(1973)
as Japanese [extra]
(1973)
as Tournament fighter
(1973)
as [Extra]
(1973)
as Chow's thug
(1972)
as Black Bear Student
(1972)
as Yang soldier (in final fight)
(1972)
as Susuki's student who spar with Petrov
(1966)
as Seven Little Tigers
(1966)
as Child

Production Credits

(1993)
Producer
(1992)
Director
(1992)
Producer
(1988)
Director
(1985)
Choreographer
(1982)
Choreographer
(1982)
Choreographer
(1981)
Stunts
(1980)
Director
(1980)
Director
(1979)
Director
(1979)
Stunts
(1978)
Stunts
(1973)
Stunts
(1973)
Stunts
(1973)
Stunts