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Tak Yuen

Tak Yuen was born as Richard Cheung Tak Hung. He is known for his work on The Legend (1993), Kiss of the Dragon (2001) and My Father is a Hero (1995). See full bio »

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The Legend
The Legend Stunts
Kiss of the Dragon
My Father is a Hero
The Defender
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 2012 Jue se wu qi (action choreographer)
 2011 Choi sun hak jan (stunt choreographer)
 2011 San siu lam zi (action choreographer)
 2010 Da lui toi (action director)
 2009 Ji qi xia (action director)
 2009 Sun cheung sau (action director)
 2005 San wa (stunt choreographer - as Richard Hung)
 2001 Kiss of the Dragon (stunts: Cory Yuen Stunt Team - as Richard Chung Tak Hung)
 2000 Gong yuan 2000 AD (stunt coordinator)
 2000 Tian xia wu di zhang men ren (martial arts director - as Douglas Kung)
 1998 Hun shen shi dan (action director)
 1997 Mr. Magoo (stunt player - as Richard Chung Tak Hung)
 1997 Ma qiao fei long (action choreographer) / (stunt coordinator)
 1997 Ma Yong Zhen (action coordinator)
 1997 Hak Mui Gwai yee git gam lan (action choreographer)
 1996 Sip si 32 dou (action coordinator - as Richard Hung)
 1995 Te jing ji xian feng (stunt coordinator)
 1995 High Risk (stunt coordinator)
 1995 My Father is a Hero (stunt coordinator)
 1995 Xiao fei xia (stunt coordinator)
 1994 Lim jing dai yat gik (martial arts fight director - as Yuen Tak)
 1994 The Defender (action coordinator)
 1994 Tian yu di (stunt coordinator)
 1993 Chi luo kuang ben (stunt coordinator)
 1993 The Legend II (martial arts choreographer)
 1993 The Legend (stunt coordinator)
 1992 Man hua wei long (stunt coordinator)
 1991 Du ba (action coordinator)
 1991 Si da tan zhang (assistant stunt coordinator)
 1991 Gau yat: San diu hap lui (assistant stunt coordinator)
 1991 Zhi zai chu wei (stunt coordinator)
 1991 Tu ying dang an (stunt coordinator - as Douglas Kung)
 1991 Xin jing wu men 1991 (stunt coordinator)
 1991 Nan tak yau ching long (action director)
 1990 Kuai le de xiao ji (action coordinator)
 1990 Xiao xin jian die (stunt coordinator)
 1990 Dou shi sha xing (stunt coordinator)
 1990 Hong Chang Fei Long (action coordinator)
 1990 Huang jia nu jiang (stunt coordinator)
 1990 Chi lang jie (action coordinator)
 1989 Meng gui shan fen (stunt coordinator - as Douglas Kung)
 1987 A Better Tomorrow II (assistant stunt coordinator)
 1985 Jiao tou fa wei (stunt coordinator - as Te Yuan)
 1984 Gan yan gwai (stunt coordinator)
 1984 Bu yi shen xiang (action coordinator)
 1983 Tian can bian (stunt player)
 1983 Wu lin sheng huo jin (stunt coordinator)
 1983 Qing gong qi shi lu (stunt coordinator - as Te Yuan)
 1982 Quan ji xiao ji (stunt coordinator)
 1982 San ging dai hap (stunt coordinator - as Yuan Te)
 1982 Guang Dong liang zai yu (stunt coordinator)
 1981 Xie ying wu (assistant stunt coordinator)
 1980 Bei pan shi men (assistant stunt coordinator)
 1980 E ye (stunt coordinator - as Te Yuan)
 1980 Fo jia xiao zi (stunt coordinator - as Chiang Lin)
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Alternate Names:

Lin Chiang | Richard Cheung Tak Hung | Richard Chung Tak Hung | Richard Hung | Douglas Cheung Tak Kung | Douglas Kung | Chiang Lin | Yuen Tak | Yuan Te | Te Yuan

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