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郭振鋒  ♂
Phillip Kwok Chun-Fung
Gwok Jan-Fung,  Kuo Chui,  Philip Kwok,  Jun Kwok,  Kuo Chue,  Kwok Tsu,  Kuo Tsui,  Kuo Chu,  Kwok Tsui,  Guo Zhui,  Guo Juei
Born: October 21st, 1945 (Taiwan)





 
Filmography (1975-2014)
 
  Action Choreographer (4 films)
    Story of Ricky (1992)    
    Hard Boiled (1992)    
    Once a Black Sheep (1992)    
    That Demon Within (2014)    
  Stunt Choreographer (1 film)
    Jail House Eros (1989)    
  Director (1 film)
    Ninja in the Deadly Trap (1981)    
  Action Designer (1 film)
    Holy Flame of the Martial World (1983)    
  Action Director (43 films)
    Two Champions of Shaolin (1980)    
    Legend of the Fox (1980)    
    Ninja in the Deadly Trap (1981)    
    The Brave Archer Part III (1981)    
    Nepal Affair (1986)    
    Lady in Black (1987)    
    Golden Swallow (1987)    
    The Criminal Hunter (1988)    
    Fatal Love (1988)    
    The Big Heat (1988)    
    The Peacock King (1989)    
    They Came to Rob Hong Kong (1989)    
    Close Escape (1989)    
    Erotic Ghost Story (1990)    
    A Bite of Love (1990)    
    Once a Thief (1991)    
    The Blue Jean Monster (1991)    
    Forbidden Arsenal (1991)    
    A Chinese Legend (1991)    
    To Catch a Thief (1991)    
    Sea Wolves (1991)    
    Erotic Ghost Story III (1992)    
    The Cat (1992)    
    Zen of Sword (1992)    
    Handsome Siblings (1992)    
    The Tale of a Heroine (1993)    
    The Bride with White Hair (1993)    
    White Lotus Cult (1993)    
    Sam the Iron Bridge - Champion of Martial Arts (1993)    
    The Bride with White Hair 2 (1993)    
    One Arm Hero (1994)    
    Treasure Hunt (1994)    
    The Shaolin Kids in Hong Kong (1994)    
    From Zero to Hero (1994)    
    The Phantom Lover (1995)    
    Love, Guns & Glass (1995)    
    Double Tap (2000)    
    Lavender (2000)    
    Comic King (2001)    
    The Touch (2002)    
    Blood Brothers (2007)    
    Ballistic (2008)    
    Princess and Seven Kung Fu Masters (2013)    
  Actor (59 films)
    Fairy Fox (1975) ... Celestial Army fighter
    The Fantastic Magic Baby (1975) ... Stone monster / Fighter
    Marco Polo (1975) ... Chen Jie
    The Ming Patriots (1976) ... [Extra]
    Boxer Rebellion (1976) ... Boxer / Japanese soldier
    Seven Man Army (1976) ... Martial arts student
    One-armed Boxer vs. the Flying Guillotine (1976) ... Chang Chia Yu
    The Good, the Bad and the Loser (1976) ... Guard
    The Traitorous (1976) ... [Extra]
    Tiger & Crane Fists (1976) ... Li Fu's student
    The New Shaolin Boxers (1976) ... Zhou's martial arts student
    Shaolin Temple (1976) ... Lin Guang Yao
    The Secret of the Shaolin Poles (1977) ... Assassin and soldier
    The Naval Commandos (1977) ... Sgt. She Gan
    Magnificent Wanderers (1977) ... Mongol fighter
    The Brave Archer (1977) ... Chao Pai-Tun
    Chinatown Kid (1977) ... White Dragon
    The Brave Archer Part II (1978) ... Chao Pai Tun
    The Five Venoms (1978) ... Meng Tianxia, the Lizard/Constable He Yu
    Invincible Shaolin (1978) ... Ho Yen Wu/He Yingwu
    Crippled Avengers (1978) ... Chen Shuen
    Ten Tigers of Kwangtung (1979) ... Beggar Su Chen
    Life Gamble (1979) ... Qiu Zi-Yu
    Shaolin Rescuers (1979) ... Yang Dabao
    The Daredevils (1979) ... Liang Guoren
    The Magnificent Ruffians (1979) ... Yang Zhui Feng
    The Kid with the Golden Arm (1979) ... Sheriff Hai To
    Heaven and Hell (1980) ... Cheng Tien Yang
    The Flag of Iron (1980) ... Iron Leopard Luo Xin (Lo Hsin)
    The Rebel Intruders (1980) ... Wang Hsu
    Legend of the Fox (1980) ... Miao Renfeng / Golden Face Buddha
    Ninja in the Deadly Trap (1981) ... Mao
    Sword Stained with Royal Blood (1981) ... Yuan Cheng Chih
    Masked Avengers (1981) ... Gao Yao
    The Brave Archer Part III (1981) ... Chao Pai Tung
    House of Traps (1982) ... Zhi Hua
    The Brave Archer and His Mate (1982) ... Kuo Tsing
    Ode to Gallantry (1982)    
    The Enchantress (1983) ... Hong Qigong
    Holy Flame of the Martial World (1983) ... Yama Elder
    Demon of the Lute (1983) ... Thief
    Crazy Shaolin Disciples (1985) ... Monk Jin
    Lady in Black (1987) ... Kern
    Fatal Love (1988) ... Ah Pow
    The Big Heat (1988) ... Kam
    Hero of Tomorrow (1988) ... Big B [cameo]
    The Peacock King (1989) ... Peacock/Lucky Fruit's father
    Seven Warriors (1989) ... Au
    Forbidden Arsenal (1991) ... Tam
    Sea Wolves (1991) ... Chui [cameo]
    Story of Ricky (1992) ... Ah Guang (Ricky's Mate)
    Hard Boiled (1992) ... Mad Dog
    The Cat (1992) ... Inspector Wang Chieh Mei
    Zen of Sword (1992) ... God of War
    Treasure Hunt (1994) ... Kung Ching
    The Shaolin Kids in Hong Kong (1994)    
    The Phantom Lover (1995) ... Master Zhao's henchman
    Sunshine Cops (1999) ... Action choreographer for TV
    The Eye 2 (2004) ... Buddhist master
  Executive Director (1 film)
    Ninja in the Deadly Trap (1981)    
  Martial Arts Director (12 films)
    Ten Tigers of Kwangtung (1979)    
    The Daredevils (1979)    
    The Magnificent Ruffians (1979)    
    The Flag of Iron (1980)    
    The Rebel Intruders (1980)    
    Sword Stained with Royal Blood (1981)    
    Masked Avengers (1981)    
    House of Traps (1982)    
    The Brave Archer and His Mate (1982)    
    Ode to Gallantry (1982)    
    A Chinese Ghost Story (1987)    
    Tiger Cage II (1990)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Born in Taiwan on October 21, 1945, Kuo is also known as Philip Kwok. Originally an agile circus acrobat, he entered the film business by chance. His performance in Boxer Rebellion caught the attention of director Chang Cheh, who invited him to play the lead in Marco Polo. He came to Hong Kong in 1976 and joined Shaw Brothers as a basic actor. After The Five Venoms in 1978, Kuo had been the male lead and martial arts choreographer in various films, including The Rebel Intruders, The Flag of Iron, The Sword Stained With Royal Blood and Ode to Gallantry. With the support of Chang, Kuo went back to Taiwan in 1981 and founded a film company with his Taiwanese colleagues Chiang Sheng (a.k.a Chiu Kang-sang) and Lu Feng. One of their productions was Ruthless Tactics, which Kuo starred and directed himself. He went behind the scene after the mid-80s to be the action and martial arts choreographer of numerous TV and theatrical productions in Hong Kong. Some of his signature works are Peacock King, Hard Boiled and A Chinese Ghost Story, which earned him and Tony Ching Siu-tung the Best Action Choreography nomination in the 7th Hong Kong Film Awards. His latest work was Peter Pau's The Touch, starring Michelle Yeoh.

- Celestial Pictures DVD Biography

also in TOMORROW NEVER DIES (1997)