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Alan Tam Wing-Lun
The Wynners
Born: August 23rd, 1952 (Hong Kong)





 
Filmography (1975-2018)
 
  Actor (65 films)
    Let's Rock (1975) ... [Intro]
    Gonna Get You (1976) ... Himself
    Making It (1978) ... Alan / Liang Shih Hua
    A Love Retarded (1979)    
    The Funny Couple (1979)    
    A Girl Without Sorrow (1979)    
    Flower Just Smile in the Spring Breeze (1980)    
    Going Up Anybody (1980)    
    Poor Chasers (1980) ... Fang Rui
    Part Time Job (1980)    
    Love Me, Love Me Not (1981)    
    The Merry Couple (1981) ... Chung Yu-cheng
    If I Were for Real (1981)    
    Lucky by Chance (1981)    
    Spring Fever (1981)    
    Till Death Do We Scare (1982) ... Bruce Sit
    My Darling, My Goddess (1982) ... Ah Kok
    Devil Returns (1982) ... Lo Yu-ching
    All the Corl One's Men (1982)    
    Girl with a Gun (1982) ... Jimmy
    It Takes Two (1982) ... Shampoo boy
    Exposed to Danger (1982) ... Hsiao Tung
    Esprit D'amour (1983) ... Koo Chi Ming
    Play Catch (1983) ... Elflynn Lo
    My Sentimental Little Friend (1984) ... Himself [cameo]
    The Other Side of Gentleman (1984) ... Alan Ng
    Mummy Dearest (1985) ... Alan Lee Kam Lun
    Affectionately Yours (1985) ... Alan Cheung
    Kung Hei Fat Choy (1985) ... Money God
    Armour of God (1986) ... Alan
    Lucky Stars Go Places (1986) ... Top Dog
    The Strange Bedfellow (1986) ... Himself [cameo]
    My Family (1986) ... Theatre audience
    The Story Behind the Concert (1986)    
    100 Ways to Murder Your Wife (1986) ... [Cameo]
    You're My Destiny (1987) ... Tempo
    Rich and Famous (1987) ... Mak Ying Hung
    Crackdown Mission (1987) ... [GIRL WITH A GUN footage]
    The Dragon Family (1988) ... Allan
    Love Soldier of Fortune (1988) ... Antonio Go
    The Romancing Star II (1988) ... Himself in elevator [cameo]
    Casino Raiders (1989) ... Sam Law
    Little Cop (1989) ... Mental hospital Head
    Pantyhose Hero (1990) ... Alan / Gaykey
    The Fortune Code (1990) ... Robin
    No Risk, No Gain (1990) ... Ray
    The Last Blood (1991) ... Lui Tai
    Alan & Eric: Between Hello and Goodbye (1991) ... Alan Tam
    The Banquet (1991)    
    Once Upon a Time a Hero in China (1992) ... Master Wong Fei Hung
    Master Wong Vs Master Wong (1993) ... Wong Fei Hung
    The Tigers - The Legend of Canton (1993) ... Alan To
    Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Star (1996) ... King of Heaven
    The Age of Miracles (1996) ... Sheung Fan
    97 Aces Go Places (1997) ... Ho Sik / Ho Sik's Father [2 Roles]
    Men Suddenly in Black (2003) ... Himself [cameo]
    We Are Family (2006) ... Huang Jinlun / 3 other roles
    Fortune King Is Coming to Town! (2010)    
    Sleepless Fashion (2011) ... Alex
    72 Martyrs (2011) ... Huang Ying
    East Meets West (2011) ... The Wynner
    I Love Hong Kong 2013 (2013) ... Sung Chi Hung
    Fooling Around Jiang Hu (2016) ... Golden Alan
    House of the Rising Sons (2018)    
    Agent Mr Chan (2018) ... Negotiator
  Producer (3 films)
    You're My Destiny (1987)    
    Trouble Couples (1987)    
    Jiang Hu (2004)    
  Theme Song Composer (2 films)
    Love Soldier of Fortune (1988)    
    Mr. Coconut (1989)    
  Singer (6 films)
    Till Death Do We Scare (1982)    
    Play Catch (1983)    
    Lucky Stars Go Places (1986)    
    Love Soldier of Fortune (1988)    
    Mr. Coconut (1989)    
    Full Contact (1992)    
  Presenter (3 films)
    Woman Prison (1988)    
    Merry-Go-Round (2001)    
    Jiang Hu (2004)    
 
 
Biography
 
  When he was in Secondary School he joined a musical band as singer; in 1970 he won the Hong Kong Beach Music Festival. After a break studying in Singapore, he returned to Hong Kong in 1974 to join musical band "Wynners" with Kenny Bee. The band gained so much popularity that they had their own TV show, "Wynners' Special", and finally debuted in movies with "Let's Rock" in 1975. After several films together the band split to begin their respective careers; Tam began his career in Taiwan in 1979, and in 1981 he won the Golden Horse Film Award for "If I Were For Real". Back to Hong Kong he resumed his musical career with astounding success, so very soon he created his own international companies of food, beverage, telecommunications and consumer products, as well as charity organizations.