Extractions: @import "/app/v.4.118.2/css/movies.css"; Set Movie Preferences Yuen Biao is most known for his collaboration with Hong Kong action superstar Jackie Chan . Together with actor, director, and stunt coordinator Sammo Hung , the comedic trio have starred in many slapstick-martial arts films, including Project A My Lucky Stars (1985), and Dragons Forever (1988). All three appeared in small roles in the martial arts classic Enter the Dragon (1973). The three were trained from a young age at the Peking Opera Academy, where they were subjected to harsh training at the hands of their master; this story was retold in the 1988 film Painted Faces . Offscreen, Biao is the least known of the three; although he is popular among genre fans, he lacks the star power of Chan and the directorial skills of Hung. However, his acting abilities are impressive, and he has appeared in over 50 films. ~ Jonathan E. Laxamana, All Movie Guide View Filmography Read more.
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Extractions: Updated: 2005-10-09 10:34 In the 1980s, Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao starred in such comedy classic as Project A, Wheels on Meals and Dragon Forever. During an interview with South Korea's Yonhap News Agency, Jackie Chan said Yuen Biao would be in Project BB he wrote. This would the first movie for the legendary trio in almost two decades. It will tell three crooks steal a baby in order to complete a deal with a gang, but none of them knows how to take care of their little hostage who, after gives them some major headache at their residence, somehow "persuades" them to give up doing bad things. Chan said, "it's going to be a quite unique comedy film, which nobody has ever seen before." In an earlier report, Eric Tsang was mentioned as a cast member. It is unknown whether Tsang is still in the project or not. Close Advertisement
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AsianFanatics Forum > Yuen Biao In Real Kung Fu yuen biao s acting is not great, but it s decent enough. Certainly no worse than Ron Ng. But he has an advantage over Bosco and Ron. http://asianfanatics.net/forum/lofiversion/index.php/t165235.html
Extractions: Btw, Leung Zhan (Yuen Biao) is not stupid. He is just an honest fellow. NetDragonC Nov 8 2005 8 26 PM edisonraylam Nov 9 2005 8 41 AM I think this series is his first TV series. I read somewhere that he is a legend in kungfu movies. I think he said he wanted a change and decided to film a series instead of movies. jukat Nov 9 2005 9 59 AM reiyi Nov 9 2005 10 05 AM katherinekwokhk Nov 10 2005 10 36 AM i like his character alright...hes funny but then, i think his acting is a little fake
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Extractions: muay thai training camp Bruce Lee . He was one of the "fake" Bruce Lee's in Game of Death, doing the acrobatics and stunts that the Bruce Lee "body double" (Taekwondo expert, Tai Chung Kim) was unable to perform. Yuen continued working as a stuntman, doubling for actors in Hong Kong action films. In the late 1970's and early 80's, thanks to his good friends and former classmates, Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan , he also began working as an actor. He was the star of several successful films in the early '80's, notably The Prodigal Son (directed by Sammo Hung) and Dreadnaught (directed by Yuen Woo-ping). He later co-starred alongside his Peking Opera "brothers", Chan and Hung, in Wheels on Meals and Dragons Forever, and also appeared in smaller roles in films such as Hung's Lucky Stars trilogy. During his early acting period, he adopted the anglicized name Bill Yuen for use on the Hong Kong films that were released internationally. However, recognizing the growing success of Jackie Chan, Golden Harvest were keen to give him a similar name, and on some international film prints, he was credited as Jimmy Yuen. Both anglicized names were later dropped. Yuen's acting roles waned somewhat in the early 1990's, but films such 1997's Hero and 1999's A Man Called Hero saw him return to the big screen. In 2000, Yuen went to the United States to work with Jackie Chan as the fight choreographer on Shanghai Noon. In 2001, he co-starred alongside Sammo Hung in The Avenging Fist. Yuen also starred in a more comedic role in the 2002 Japan-HK film No Problem 2. He is best known for his acrobatic action scenes which often overshadow the work of his more famous co-stars, especially in films such as Eastern Condors (with Sammo Hung) and Dragons Forever. In most of his roles he plays inexperienced and foolish young men, or eccentrics caught up in the schemes of his co-stars.