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于承惠  ♂
Yu Chenghui
Yu Ching-Wai,  Yue Sing-Wai,  Hui Ching-Wai,  Yu Cheng-Hui
Born: August 16th, 1939 (Shandong, China) - Died: July 4th, 2015

Filmography (1982-2014)
  Actor (13 films)
    Shaolin Temple (1982) ... General Wang Ren Ze
    Kids from Shaolin (1984) ... Pao Sheng-Feng / Wu Tang father
    Martial Arts of Shaolin (1986) ... Lord He Suo
    Yellow River Fighter (1988) ... Hero Ma Yi
    Going East to Native Land (1993) ... Ying (Eagle)
    Tae Kwan Do (2004) ... Grandpa
    A Battle of Wits (2006) ... Dong
    Judge Archer (2012) ... Kuang Yimin
    The Sword Identity (2012) ... Master Qiu Dongyue
    The Four, Part 2 (2012) ... Lord An
    Snow Blossom (2014)    
    The White-Haired Witch of Lunar Kingdom (2014) ... Ziyang
    The Four 3 (2014) ... Lord An
  Writer (1 film)
    Going East to Native Land (1993)    
  Martial Arts Director (1 film)
    Yellow River Fighter (1988)    
  Martial Arts Planning (1 film)
    In Pursuit of Revenge (1989)    
  Planning (1 film)
    Going East to Native Land (1993)    
  A native of the Shandong province, Yu was once the champion of Qingdao's martial arts Olympics. He had spent 14 years painstakingly recreated the "Two-handed Sword" moves, known to be extinct since the Han and Tang dynasties. It is now recognized as an official category in martial arts competitions.
Yu was later discovered by director Zhang Xinyan of Great Wall Pictures, who cast him as the villain in The Shaolin Temple and stirred up quite a sensation in the Chinese cinema. Yu then starred in various films including Kids From Shaolin and Martial Arts Of Shaolin. He took on the task of action choreographer for the film Heroes Returning to the East and was awarded the "Star of Martial Arts" kudos by the Chinese Wushu Association in 1998, for his unique achievements in the martial arts presentation on film and TV.
Yu has recently turned his attention to TV, where he starred in various hugely popular costume serials such as Sun Zi, Wu Song and Xiao Ao Jiang Hu.

-Celestial Pictures' biography from Martial Arts of Shaolin