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Kao Yuen (1)
Gao Yuan (1),  Ko Yuen,  Kao Yuan,  Kao Yung,  Jiang Jiaqi,  Kaw Yeong,  Kuo Yen
Born: 1933 (China)





 
Filmography (1955-1984)
 
  Actor (82 films)
    Full House (1955)    
    To Marry or Not to Marry (1956)    
    The Chivalrous Songstress (1957) ... An Hsiu-Shih
    Beauty Parlour Girls (1957) ... Lu Chi-Ming
    The Wife Leads (1957)    
    The Lone Woman (1957) ... Xiaoying
    Suspicion (1957) ... Zhang Zi-Qi
    All About a Lady (1957) ... Chang Chao-Ming
    The Living Corpse (1958)    
    Return of the Prodigal Youth (1958)    
    The Culprit (1958)    
    Husband Hunters (1958) ... Li Yu
    Feast of a Rich Family (1959) ... Guest at banquet
    Precious Little Moon (1959) ... Hu Qi-Ming
    Sophisticated Lady (1959)    
    In the Age of Blooming Teen (1959)    
    The Golden Beauty (1959) ... Qian Ziqiu
    A Teenage Girl (1960)    
    Come On, Everybody! (1960) ... Meng Po
    A Dazzling Trap (1961) ... Zhang Dachao
    Extortion (1961)    
    For Life or for Death (1961) ... Chang Chin-Sheng
    Thunderstorm (1961) ... Zhou Peng
    Red Bat Apartment (1962) ... Hu Ming-Lin
    Love on the Edge (1962) ... Pan Chiu-Ping
    The Girl from Phnom Penh (1963) ... Dr. Wang Jia-Qi
    Relatives on Honeymoon (1963)    
    Sophisticated (1963)    
    Three Men and a Girl (1963)    
    Tung Hsiao Wan (1963) ... Mao Pi-Chiang
    Men and Women (1964)    
    The Golden Eagle (1964) ... Golden Eagle Bulgud
    The Reluctant Bridegroom (1964) ... Xue Meiting
    October Bride (1965)    
    The Chameleon (1965) ... Du Yafu
    A Sensuous Dream of Paradise (1966)    
    The Painted Skin (1966) ... Wang Chong-Wen
    Scarlet Shadow (1966)    
    Wife on Trial (1966) ... Wang Ri-Cheng
    Flying Dragon Heroes (1967) ... Ma Er-Lang
    It's Spring Again (1967) ... Lin Chih-Cheng
    Golden-Masked Heroes (1967) ... Golden Masked Knight
    Adventures of a Scholar (1967) ... Ni Jun/Scholar Ni Chun
    The Weekend Adventures (1968) ... Hsiao Chang
    The Golden Sword (1969) ... Bai Yu-Lung
    Raw Passions (1969) ... Lin Sau Ming
    Brothers Five (1970) ... Security Chief Kao Yung
    Cold Blade (1970)    
    The Golden Knight (1970) ... Lu Yinan
    In the Nick of Time (1971)    
    The Mad Killer (1971) ... Ma Tian-Ye
    The Jade Faced Assassin (1971) ... Hua Yu-Chun
    The Angry River (1971) ... Leng Yu-Han
    The Brothers (1972) ... Zhang Chang-Ming
    The Notorious Ones (1972)    
    Blind Boxer (1972) ... Fong's blind father
    Death Comes in Three (1973) ... Yen Shikaba
    The Hand (1973)    
    The Black Belt (1973) ... Inspector Chan
    The Private Eye (1973)    
    The Silver Band (1974)    
    The Gigolo (1974)    
    Fingers That Kill (1974) ... One of boss' senior henchmen
    Pretty Swindler (1975)    
    Moon and Stars (1975)    
    Story in Temple Red Lily (1976)    
    Princess and the Toxicant (1977)    
    The Lady Killer (1977)    
    Strife for Mastery (1977)    
    Edge of Fury (1978)    
    The Merciful Buddha (1979)    
    The Blind Love (1979)    
    Flying Sword Lee (1979)    
    Mission Over the Eagle Castle (1980)    
    The Grievance of Meng Chia Muder (1980)    
    A Miserable Woman (1980)    
    The Blind Girl And Dog (1981)    
    The Swordsman (1981)    
    The Eagle's Killer (1981) ... Hsiao Lung's father
    Happy Days in the Army (1982)    
    Calamity of Snakes (1983)    
    The Tattoo (1984)    
  Production Manager (1 film)
    The Hand (1973)    
 
 
Biography
 
  A native of Suzhou, Jiangsu province, Kao Yuen was born in 1933 as Jiang Jiaqi. Before he came to Hong Kong in 1953, he was a teacher in a secondary school. Referred by his aunt Ren Yizhi, he joined Feng Huang Motion Picture Company as an actor in 1953 and played a debut in Full House. Kao was also the first actor to have played in Hong Kong's first film that achieved box office revenue that exceeded HK$1 million, The Golden Eagle. This film earned him a reputation as "The Millionaire Leading Actor." He left Feng Huang in 1968 to play in films by various studios before retiring in the mid-1980s.

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