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Phillip Chung-Fung Kwok

Philip Kwok began his career as a circus acrobat and worked in the Peking Opera, unlike many others, he had not aspired to work in the film industry. He began working as a stuntman and eventually worked his way into leading roles. His performance in Boxer Rebellion caught Director Chang Cheh's attention and he cast him in Marco Polo as Chung Fung.... See full bio »

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Hard Boiled Mad Dog
Tomorrow Never Dies General Chang
Brotherhood of the Wolf Additional Crew
The Touch Stunts


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 2016 Golden Arms Returns (TV Series) (2016)
 2004 The Eye 2
Buddhist Master (as Philip Kwok)
 1999 Sunshine Cops
Action choreographer for TV (as Philip Kwok)
 1997 Tomorrow Never Dies
General Chang (as Philip Kwok)
 1995 The Phantom Lover (as Philip Kwok)
 1994 Shao Lin huo bao bei (Guest star) (as Chun Feng Kuo)
 1994 Treasure Hunt
Kung Ching, the Cab Driver (as Philip Kwok)
 1992 Xia nu chuan qi
God of War (as Philip Kwok)
 1992 The Cat
Wang Chieh-Mei (as Philip Kwok)
 1992 Hard Boiled
Mad Dog (as Kwok Chun-Feng)
 1991 Story of Ricky
Kuang (as Philip Kwok)
 1991 Sea Wolves
Chui (as Philip Kwok)
 1991 Forbidden Arsenal
Tam (as Philip Kwok)
 1989 Seven Warriors
Au (as Philip Kwok)
 1988 Peacock King
Jikaku (Kujaku's Father) (as Philip Kwok)
 1988 Hero of Tomorrow
Big B (as Philip Kwok)
 1988 Fatal Love
Pow (as Philip Kwok)
 1988 The Big Heat
Detective Ah Kam (as Kwok Tsui)
 1987 Lady in Black
Kern (as Philip Kwok)
 1985 Crazy Shaolin Disciples
Master Kuai (as Tsui Kuo)
 1983 Demon of the Lute (as Kuo Chui)
 1983 Holy Flame of the Martial World
You-ming Elder (as Chui Kuo)
 1983 The Enchantress
Chief Hong (as Chui Kuo)
 1982 Ode to Gallantry (as Philip Kwok)
 1982 Brave Archer and His Mate
Kuo Tsing (as Chui Kuo)
 1982 House of Traps
Zhi Hua - the Black Fox (as Kuo Chui)
 1981 Shu shi shen chuan
Mao Tin-Yeung (as Guo Juei)
 1981 The Brave Archer III (as Kuo Chui)
 1981 The Masked Avengers
Kao Yao / former #2 (as Kuo Chui)
 1981 The Sword Stained with Royal Blood
Yuan Cheng-chih (as Kuo Chui)
 1980 Ten Tigers of Kwangtung
Beggar Su Chan (as Philip Kwok)
 1980 Legend of the Fox (as Tsui Kuo)
 1980 The Rebel Intruders
Wong Shu (as Kuo Chui)
 1980 The Flag of Iron
'Iron Panther' Lo Hsin (as Chui Kuo)
 1980 Shaolin Hellgate
Cheng Tien-Yang (as Chui Kuo)
 1979 The Kid with the Golden Arm
Agent Hai Tao (as Kuo Chui)
 1979 The Magnificent Ruffians
Yang Zhui Feng (as Philip Kwok)
 1979 Shaolin Daredevils
Liang Kuo-jen (as Kuo Chui)
 1979 Avenging Warriors of Shaolin
Ying Cha-Po (as Chui Kuo)
 1978 Crippled Avengers
Chen Shun (as Kuo Chui)
 1978 Invincible Shaolin
Ho Ying Wu (Fishtail Pole) (as Kuo Chui)
 1978 Five Deadly Venoms
Ho Yuan-Hsin / Meng Tien-Hsia, Lizard (as Chui Kuo)
 1978 The Brave Archer Part II (as Kuo Chui)
 1978 Life Gamble
Qui Zi Yu (as Kuo Chui)
 1977 Chinatown Kid
White Dragon boss Hsiao Pai-lung (as Kuo Chui)
 1977 The Brave Archer
The obstinate Chou Po-tang (as Kuo Chui)
 1977 Magnificent Wanderers
Wrestler (as Kuo Chui)
 1977 The Naval Commandos (as Kuo Chui)
 1976 Shaolin Temple
Lin Kwong-yao (as Kuo Chui)
 1976 Cai li fa xiao zi (as Kuo Chui)
 1976 The Savage Killers (as Philip Kwok)
 1976 The Hand of Death
 1976 The Good, the Bad and the Loser (as Philip Kwok)
 1976 Master of the Flying Guillotine (as Chun-Feng Kuo)
 1976 7 Man Army (as Kuo Chui)
 1976 Boxer Rebellion
Kung Fu Demonstrator / Japanese / Boxer (as Kuo Chui)
 1976 Zhong yuan biao ju (as Tsui Kuo)
 1975 Shen hu (as Tsui Kuo)
 1975 Marco Polo
Chen Chieh / Chen Jie (as Tsui Kuo)
 1975 The Fantastic Magic Baby
Blue stone statue (as Kuo Chui)
 1974 Na Cha the Great (as Kuo Chui)
 1974 Dynamite Brothers
Tuen's henchman (uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Kuo Chui | Kwok Chun-Feng | Kwok Chun-Fung | Phillip Kwok Chun-Fung | Junfeng Guo | Kuo Jan-Feng | Guo Juei | Chui Kuo | Chun Feng Kuo | Chun-Feng Kuo | Tsiu Kuo | Tsui Kuo | Chin-feng Kwok | Chui Kwok | Chun-Fung Kwok | Philip Kwok | Phillip Kwok | Kuo Tsui | Kwok Tsui | Phillip Kwok Tsui

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