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劉丹(1)
Lau Dan (1)  ♂
Aliases:  Danny Lau,  William Liu Tan,  Lau Tan,  Liu Tan,  Lu Tan,  Lau Hing-Kei
Born: October 18th, 1942





 
Filmography (1969-2015)
 
  Actor (96 films)
    The Challenge (1969)    
    Mad, Mad Sword (1969) ... Wang
    The Extra Duty of a Governess (1970)    
    The Rivals (1970)    
    The Unknown Swordsman (1970)    
    An Apple a Day (1970)    
    Unconquered (1970)    
    My Suitors (1970)    
    The King's Sword (1970) ... General Li
    The Great Plot (1970)    
    The Deadly Duo (1971) ... Hero Ting Siu
    The Devil's Mirror (1971) ... Wen Jianfeng
    Captive (1971) ... Lei Chin Tien
    Monkey Comes Again (1971)    
    Legends of Lust (1972) ... Fan Er Hu
    The Water Margin (1972) ... Winged Tiger, Lei Heng
    The Warlord (1972) ... Chi Pei Cheng
    Illicit Desire (1973) ... 2) Lai Wang 1) Wang Xi-Zhi
    The House of 72 Tenants (1973) ... Police Chief's assistant
    All Men Are Brothers (1973) ... Lei Heng
    Payment in Blood (1973) ... Inspector Chang
    The Bastard (1973) ... Gu's nephew #1
    Facets of Love (1973) ... Zhang Yan-Lin
    The Bloody Escape (1973) ... Horse rider
    Tales of Larceny (1973) ... 1) Platoon leader at festival 2) Con art
    Only the Brave Stands (1974)    
    A Mad World of Fools (1974)    
    Hong Kong 73 (1974) ... Car salesman
    Kidnap (1974) ... Wang Fu Chiu
    Lucky, Lucky (1974)    
    Forbidden Tales of Two Cities (1975) ... Wei Hao
    No End of Surprises (1975) ... Feng
    Mutiny on the High Sea (1975)    
    Queen Hustler (1975) ... Cai Wei
    The Wandering Life (1975)    
    Oriental Playgirls (1976)    
    Ironside 426 (1977) ... Big Brother Sing
    The Discharged (1977) ... Prison Governer [cameo]
    The Four Shaolin Challengers (1977) ... Boss Shiao Pei Li
    The Scoundrel (1977)    
    The Gambler (1977)    
    For Whom to Be Murdered (1978)    
    The Chase (1978)    
    Ten Tigers of Shaolin (1978) ... Lord Yuen San Pao
    Dynamo (1978)    
    The Gory Murder (1978)    
    My Kung Fu Master (1978) ... Master
    Gang of Four (1978)    
    One Way Only (1979)    
    Payoff (1979)    
    Spring in the Palace (1979)    
    Killing Does Not Pay (1979)    
    Illusions Come True (1979)    
    Super Power (1980) ... Mr. Wan
    Struggle to Survive (1980)    
    The Security (1981)    
    Mahjong Heroes (1981) ... Chan Tai Min
    Revenge in Hong Kong (1981)    
    The Mad, Mad, Mad Sailors (1981)    
    A Grand Statement (1981)    
    The Mad Cold-Blooded Murder (1981)    
    The Super Gang (1982) ... Inspector Tang
    Expensive Tastes (1982) ... Barrister Lau Kai
    Hex After Hex (1982) ... Johnny Tien
    The Sweet and Sour Cops Part II (1982)    
    First Exposure (1982)    
    Mission to Kill (1983)    
    Rape and Die (1983)    
    Devil Fetus (1983) ... Ji Cheung
    The Bund Part II (1983)    
    The Bund (1983) ... Boss Fung
    Lost Generation (1983) ... Immigration officer
    Take Care, Your Majesty! (1983) ... Royal teacher (from FACETS OF LOVE)
    Challenge on Chasing Girls (1984)    
    Host for a Ghost (1984)    
    Before Dawn (1984) ... Kian
    Wu Song (1984)    
    Police Story (1985) ... Drug dealer
    Dead Curse (1985)    
    Champion Operation (1986)    
    Tong - A Chinatown Story (1986) ... Triad in Hong Kong
    Fatal Termination (1990) ... Officer Lau
    Hong Kong Criminal Archives - The Robbery (1991) ... Robber
    Temptation of the Spiritual World (1992)    
    True Love (1992) ... Property developer
    Something Incredible - Secret of Death (1992)    
    The Lucky Family (1992)    
    The Supreme Winner (1993) ... Mad gambling master
    The Wrong Bedfellow (1993)    
    Fussy Ghost (1993)    
    Hitman Blues (1993) ... Ting Kwok-Bo
    My Friend Roy (1994)    
    A Twist of Fate (1994)    
    Faithfully Yours (1995)    
    My Name Is Fame (2006) ... Dan
    Lost in Wrestling (2015) ... Egg tart master
 
 
Biography
 
  Liu Tan was born in Shanghai in 1945 and moved with his family to Hong Kong five years later. In 1968, Liu entered the actor training class run by Cathay Film Organisation and was signed up by the studio after graduated. Liu started his career in supporting roles until he got his big break in "An Apple A Day" in 1970. Liu moved to Shaw Brothers in 1971 and among the movies he appeared in "The Devil's Mirror" and "The Warlord". Liu left Shaw Brothers in 1972 to concentrate predominantly on voice dubbing while he still making sporadic appearance in films. In 1977, Liu joined TVB as a contract actor. His acclaimed role was as the villain in the classic series "The Bund". For the past two decades, Liu has made regular appearance in TVB and he was one of the popular artists in Hong Kong.

From the Celestial DVD release of "The Devil's Mirror".
Son is Harwick Lau.