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Henry Yu Yung  ♂
Aliases:  Yue Yeung,  Bruce Ly,  Kenny Kung,  Shue Jia Ian,  Yu Yang,  Henry Yu Young,  Henry Yue Yong
Born: 1949





 
Filmography (1971-2001)
 
  Director (1 film)
    The Passenger Who Wears the Handcuff (1981)    
  Actor (35 films)
    Duel of Fists (1971) ... Mai
    Angry Guest (1972) ... [Extra]
    Black List (1972) ... Zhao Ying-Hu
    Tough Guy (1972)    
    Stranger in Hong Kong (1972)    
    The Bloody Fists (1972) ... Yu Yang
    Fist to Fist (1973)    
    The Awaken Punch (1973) ... Cheung Da Gong
    The Adventurous Air-Steward (1974)    
    The Looks of Hong Kong (1974)    
    April Fool (1974)    
    Blood Reincarnation (1974) ... Liu Zi
    Wits to Wits (1974)    
    Love Needs No Sorrow (1974)    
    Girl with the Long Hair (1975) ... Bai Lanshi
    The Young Dragons (1975) ... Brother Kin
    I Want More... (1976)    
    The Simple-Minded Fellow (1976)    
    Karate from Shaolin Temple (1976) ... Wu Chung-Hin
    Bed for Day, Bed for Night (1977)    
    The Chase (1977)    
    Whirlwind Kick (1977)    
    Kung Fu Means Fists, Strikes and Swords (1978) ... Meng Tien-yai/Plum Flower
    The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978) ... Hung Hsi-kuan, San Ta's student
    Expensive Tastes (1982) ... Shu Ching
    Love (1982)    
    Lost Generation (1983) ... Lawyer
    The Big Sting (1984) ... Li Si
    The Missed Date (1986) ... Philip Chen, Mei's husband
    Love Me and Dad (1988) ... Mr Kung
    Portland Street Blues (1998)    
    Needing You ... (2000) ... Roger's father
    Those Were the Days (2000) ... Boss Yu
    The Vampire Combat (2001) ... Lawyer Ho
    You Shoot, I Shoot (2001) ... Mr Tai
 
 
Biography
 
  Also starred in a US action film in the early 1990s, under the name "Bruce Ly", with Lee Majors II.

Action star Yu Yang (b. 1949) studied acting at both the Shaw Brothers and Cathay Studio training courses, along with four years of Thai boxing instruction, before making his debut in The Bloody Fists (1972). Later that year he had his first starring role in Black List, the first in a number of kung-fu pictures over the following five years, as well as television series for TVB, Hong Kong's largest TV station. The year after completing The 36th Chamber of Shaolin 1977 for Shaw Brothers, Yu's career experienced a three-year hiatus when he temporarily moved to Canada. Upon returning in 1981, Yang rejoined TVB. During the subsequent two decades he has appeared mostly on television, in such blockbuster drama series as Kindred Spirit (1998). He also makes the occasional film, including Missed Date 1986 with Chow Yun Fat, and Needing You (2000) with Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng.

- from Celestial Pictures' DVD biography