| || Other sources: Date of birth, 1935.
Tung graduated from the first horse-riding class of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, and once became a professional jockey in Britain and Singapore in 1958. In 1967, he joined Rediffusion Television as a horse-racing commentator, and then worked in Radio Television Hong Kong in the 70s. Soon after the broadcasting right of horse-racing was taken up by Television Broadcast Limited (TVB), he relocated to Macau where he continued to comment on horse-racing. He has returned to Hong Kong in recent years. With his prominence, Tung has been invited to participate in film and television dramas. From the 1970s to the 1990s, he has played in various films, many of which co-starring with Jackie Chan. His films include the ''Police Story'' series, ''Project A'' series, ''Miracles'' and ''Rumble in the Bronx''. During the 1990s, Tung played the husband of Lydia Shum in his masterpiece ''It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World'' and its two sequels, showcasing his unique comedian touch.
From the Celestial DVD release of ''Look Out, Officer!''