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Michael Tong Chun-Chung  ♂
Aliases:  Tang Cheng-Tsung
Born: October 30th, 1956

Filmography (1982-2015)
  Actor (35 films)
    Coolie Killer (1982) ... Siu
    Bastard Swordsman (1983) ... Jin Sek
    Misfire (1984)    
    Behind the Yellow Line (1984) ... Ben
    The Siamese Twins (1984) ... Dr Albert Poon Chi Ching
    New Tales of the Flying Fox (1984) ... Lord Fok Hong An
    Pursuit of a Killer (1985) ... Ya Zong
    Twisted Love (1985) ... Sam
    Champion Operation (1986)    
    Searching for Love (1986)    
    Ghost's Lover (1987)    
    Underground Warfare (1989)    
    1992 Feng Chun Nu (1991)    
    Wolf of Revenge (1992)    
    Ladies Killer (1992) ... Loh Chin Yeh
    My Pretty Companion (1992)    
    Attention Lover (1992)    
    Ghost's Love (1993) ... Yung
    Offence Storm (1993) ... King
    Fatal Rose (1993)    
    Sex for Sale (1993) ... Mr Tang
    The Widow (1993)    
    Out Bound Killing (1994)    
    Possessed (1994)    
    Underground Judgement (1994) ... Gold Eagle
    Mystery of Blood (1994)    
    Net of Heaven Action (1994)    
    Fallen Couple (1995)    
    Mai Zai Hu We (1995)    
    The Great Jet Foil Robbery (1996)    
    There Is a Bed in Bragur (1998)    
    Shoot to Me (2007)    
    The Assassins (2012)    
    Red River Valley (2012)    
    Come Back, Love (2015) ... Yang Zhen-Bang
  The elder brother of star Ken Tang Jan-yip, Tang began his entertainment career in 1980 when he was admitted into the Actors Training Course of TVB and turned to movie industry later. His first film 'Coolie Killer', received critical notice as a ''Hong Kong New Wave'' production. From 1983 to 1985, Tang was under contract to Shaw Borhters and starred in six films, the most popular of which were 'The Siamese Twins' and 'Misfire'. In addition to movies, he made his mark in television sereis like 'Life After Life'. In the late 1980s, Tang became one of the first Hong Kong actors to enter the Mainland Chinese market, and throughout the 1990s and into the 21st century has been a constant presence in Chinese films and TV series. From the Celestial DVD info of 'Twisted Passion'.