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Bill Tung Biu
Tung Pui,  Tung Piu,  Tung Piao,  Tung Bui
Born: March 30th, 1934 (Hong Kong) - Died: February 22nd, 2006





 
Filmography (1977-1996)
 
  Actor (62 films)
    No Money No Talk (1977)    
    Horses (1978)    
    Chameleon (1978)    
    Security Unlimited (1981) ... Race course commentator
    My Darling, My Goddess (1982)    
    Salt and Pepper (1983)    
    The Fung Shui Master (1983)    
    Fast Fingers (1983) ... Uncle Dong Bill
    Esprit D'amour (1983) ... Uncle Bill
    Double Crossed (1984)    
    Family Light Affair (1984) ... Mou
    I Love Lolanto (1984) ... Bill Liao
    My Sentimental Little Friend (1984) ... George
    I Will Finally Knock You Down, Dad! (1984) ... Fake Shaolin Monk
    How to Choose a Royal Bride (1985) ... Ji Xiao Dong
    Mummy Dearest (1985) ... Insp. Bill
    Police Story (1985) ... Bill
    Happy Din Don (1986) ... Crocodile King Ma Masa
    Devoted to You (1986) ... TV race course comentator
    The Innocent Interloper (1986) ... Taxi driver [cameo]
    Magic Story (1987) ... Doctor
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World (1987) ... Uncle Bill
    Sworn Brothers (1987) ... Uncle Pao
    Jokers Playing Games (1987)    
    That Enchanting Night (1987) ... Mr. Shih
    Project A II (1987) ... Chief Inspector Tung
    Mr. Handsome (1987) ... Bill Lau
    Who Is the Craftiest (1987) ... Leung Biu
    The Good, the Bad & the Beauty (1987) ... Uncle Mark
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World II (1988) ... Uncle Bill
    Chatter Street Killer (1988) ... DVC Shek Man-Tau
    Bless This House (1988) ... Bill Cheung / Bill Chang
    Double Fattiness (1988) ... Wu Tse-Shu
    The Inspector Wears Skirts (1988) ... Police Commissioner Tung
    Miss Magic (1988) ... Master Wong
    Mother Vs Mother (1988) ... Guan Qi Men
    In the Blood (1988) ... Commr. Louis
    Police Story Part II (1988) ... Uncle Bill
    The Inspector Wears Skirts II (1989) ... Police Commissioner Tung
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World III (1989) ... Bill Lui Tat
    My Dear Son (1989) ... Ho Ka-Chai
    Mr. Canton and Lady Rose (1989) ... Conman Tung
    The Nobles (1989) ... Dee's father
    Lost Souls (1989) ... Ling Hao-Hsi
    Just Heroes (1989)    
    Little Cop (1989) ... 7-Eleven clerk
    Doctor's Heart (1990) ... Tsun's physician father
    When East Meets West (1990) ... Lam Fei Hung
    Ghostly Vixen (1990) ... Foon's brother
    Look Out, Officer! (1990) ... Uncle Cheung Biu
    Story of Kennedy Town (1990) ... Chao
    The Banquet (1991)    
    It's a Mad Mad Mad World Too! (1992) ... Bill Lui
    Freedom Run Q (1992) ... Albert's rich father
    Police Story III Super Cop (1992) ... Uncle Bill
    Hong Kong Eva (1993)    
    The Final Judgement (1993) ... Officer Kent Chan
    Project S (1993) ... Inspector / Uncle Bill
    Drunken Master II (1994) ... General rewarding Ying
    The Inside Track (1994) ... Bill
    Rumble in the Bronx (1995) ... Uncle Bill
    First Strike (1996) ... Officer Tung BIll
  Writer (1 film)
    Horses (1978)    
 
 
Biography
 
  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!''