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Barry Wong (I) (1946–1992)


Barry Wong was born on January 1, 1946 in Wuzhou, China. He was a writer and actor, known for Fight Back to School (1991), Hard Boiled (1992) and The Killer (1989). He died on January 1, 1992 in Hong Kong. See full bio »

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(age 46) in Hong Kong

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Known For

(1991)
Hard Boiled Writer
(1992)
The Killer Chief Insp. Dou / Tu
(1989)
Mr. Vampire Writer
(1985)

Filmography

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 1993 Fight Back to School III (characters)
 1992 Hard Boiled (screenplay)
 1992 Fight Back to School II (characters)
 1992 Ghost Punting
 1992 Long mao shao xu (screenplay)
 1992 Twin Dragons
 1991 A Kid from Tibet (co-writer)
 1991 The Banquet (story adaptation)
 1991 Scheming Wonders (screenplay)
 1991 Fight Back to School (written by)
 1991 Crazy Safari
 1990 Wu ming jia zu (screenplay)
 1990 The Fortune Code (writer)
 1990 Whampoa Blues (writer)
 1989 Mr. Smart (screenplay)
 1989 Story of the Sword and the Sabre (screenplay)
 1989 Encounter of the Spooky Kind II (screenplay & story)
 1989 Miao tan shuang long (as Barry Ping-Yiu Wong)
 1989 Lost Souls
 1989 Pedicab Driver (writer)
 1988 18 Times (screenplay)
 1988 In the Blood (story)
 1988 Ai de tao bing (writer)
 1986 Armour of God (original story)
 1986 Mr. Vampire II (screenplay)
 1986 Rosa
 1986 Xiao sheng xian chou (writer)
 1986 Where's Officer Tuba? (screenplay by)
 1985 Yes, Madam! (written by)
 1985 Mr. Vampire
 1985 Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars (screenplay) / (story)
 1985 Funny Face
 1985 My Lucky Stars (story)
 1985 Kai xin shuang xiang pao (writer)
 1984 Double Trouble (screenplay)
 1983 Winners & Sinners (story)
 1983 Fistfull of Talons (writer - as Ping-Yao Huang)
 1982 Carry on Pickpocket (screenplay)
 1982 Dragon Lord
 1981 Lao shu jie (screenplay)
 1981 I.Q. bau pang
 1980 Zi bao chuang ba guan (screenplay)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Ping-Yao Huang | Barry Wong Ping-Yiu | Wong Ping-Yiu | Barry Ping-Yiu Wong | Ping-Yiu Wong | Ping-yiu Wong | Pui-Yiu Wong | Huang Bing Yao | Wong Bing You

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