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Jacky Cheung was born on July 10, 1961 in Hong Kong as Jacky Cheung Hok Yau. He is an actor, known for Bullet in the Head (1990), Once Upon a Time in China (1991) and As Tears Go By (1988). He has been married to May Mei-Mei Lo since February 15, 1996. They have two children. See full bio »

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Bullet in the Head Frank / Fai Jai
(1990)
(1991)
(1988)
High Risk Frankie Lone
(1995)

Filmography

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 2016 Heaven in the Dark
Pastor To / Marco
 2016 From Vegas to Macau III
Yik Tin-hang
 2015 Keeper of Darkness
Next Boss Ghost
 2015 Chek dou
Prof. Siu Chi-Yan
 2013 Jacky Cheung 1/2 Century Tour (Video)
Jacky Cheung
 2013 A Complicated Story
Yuk Cheong
 2010 Crossing Hennessy
Loy
 2010 72 Tenants of Prosperity
Shek Kin
 2010 Hot Summer Days
Wah
 2009 Bodyguards and Assassins
Prof. Yang Quyun
 2005 Perhaps Love
Nie Wen / The Circus Master
 2004 Super Model
 2004 Triad Underworld
Left-Hand
 2003 Golden Chicken 2
Quincy
 2003 Dragon Loaded 2003
Police Band Musician
 2002 July Rhapsody
Lam Yiu-Kwok
 1999 Lung feng
 1998 Anna Magdalena
Policeman (Guest star)
 1995 High Risk
Frankie Lone
 1994 Ashes of Time
Hung Chi
 1994 The Private Eye Blues
Detective
 1994 Love on Delivery
Cameo appearance
 1993 Web of Love (Video short)
 1993 Boys Are Easy
Wu Ying
 1993 Future Cops
Broom Man / Guile
 1993 The Enigma of Love
Jacky
 1993 Flying Dagger
Red Fox
 1993 The Eagle Shooting Heroes
Hung Chi
 1992 True Love
Jacky
 1992 Wicked City
Jing Gwok-keuhng / Ken Kai
 1992 Pom Pom and Hot Hot
Shin Chin-Chian
 1992 Deadly Dream Woman
Big Nose Fu (as Hok-yau Cheung)
 1992 The Days of Being Dumb
Ah Kei / Keith (as Hok-yau Cheung)
 1992 Best of the Best
Dee
 1992 With or Without You
Prince
 1991 The Banquet
Jacky
 1991 Once Upon a Time in China
Buck Teeth So
 1991 A Chinese Legend
Kar Yat-long
 1991 Will of Iron
Jacky
 1991 The Raid
Bobo Bear
 1991 The Perfect Match
Jacky Kam
 1990 Bullet for Hire
Shan
 1990 Days of Being Wild
Zeb
 1990 Point of No Return
Dee
 1990 Demoness from Thousand Years
Captain Mambo
 1990 Bullet in the Head
Frank / Fai Jai
 1990 A Chinese Ghost Story II
Chi Chau / Autumn
 1990 Curry and Pepper
Curry
 1990 Jue biu yat juk
Tsai Tzu-Chiang
 1990 The Swordsman
Au Yeung Kuen
 1989 Seven Warriors
Ching
 1989 Miracles: The Canton Godfather
Bespectacled Clerk
 1989 Zhuo gui da shi
Tian Yao
 1989 My Dear Son
Ho Tin-Cheung / Peter
 1989 Little Cop
 1988 My Dream Is Yours
Tang Tin-kwong
 1988 Faithfully Yours
Happy Chan (as Hok-yau Cheung)
 1988 Tiger Cage
Insp. Fong Chun-Yau
 1988 Carry on Hotel
Buddy Cheung
 1988 Nan bei ma da
Guan Dianxi
 1988 As Tears Go By
Fly
 1988 Couples, Couples, Couples
John Chan
 1988 The Haunted Cop Shop II
Kam Mark-K
 1987 The Haunted Cop Shop
Kam Mark-K
 1987 Tian ci liang yuan
Kit
 1986 Lao niang gou sao
Jacky Cheong
 1986 Devoted to You
Jacky
 1986 Where's Officer Tuba?
Cheung
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Musical: Snow, Wolf, Lake (Mandarin) - Musical Director, Artistic Director, Leading Actor as Wu Long. See more »

Official Sites:

Last.fm | Official Site | See more »

Alternate Names:

Hok-Yau Cheung | Hok-yau Cheung | Cheung Hok-Yau | Jackie Cheung Hok-Yau | Xueyou Zhang

Height:

5' 9" (1.76 m)
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Trivia:

Dubbed God of Songs by Hong Kong media, he is regarded as the best singer of the Four Heavenly Kings (The other three being Leon Lai, Andy Lau and Aaron Kwok) See more »

Star Sign:

Cancer

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