|Date of Birth||1 June 1943, Shunde, Guangdong, Republic of China|
|Birth Name||Fung Sui-Fan|
Mini Bio (1)
Shui-Fan Fung was born in Guangdong, China in 1945 to a Cantonese opera family. He joined show business in 1971, working with Television Broadcast Limited (TVB), where he appeared in a number of TV series. In 1976, he joined Commercial Television (CTV) as a producer and worked there until its collapse in 1978. Afterward, he returned to TVB.
In addition to television, Fung appeared as an actor in scores of comedies and ghost and fantasy motion pictures in Hong Kong. One of his most notable roles was that of "Rawhide" in the "Five Lucky Stars" movie series, starring along side Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, Charlie Chin, Richard Ng, Eric Tsang and Kiu Wai Miu. The "Five Lucky Stars" series originated from the film Qi mou miao ji: Wu fu xing (1983), where he played a different character named "Rookie." The reoccurring characters of the series were introduced in the film's sequel, Fuk sing go jiu (1985).
Fung continues to appear in comedies throughout the 2000s.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Oliver Chu