Matt Chow

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Matt Chow
Born (1968-08-04) August 4, 1968 (age 54)
Hong Kong
Occupation(s) screenwriter, film producer, actor, director
Awards Hong Kong Film Critics Society AwardsBest Screenplay
2004 Bullets Over Summer
(shared with Wilson Yip and Ben Cheung)

Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 鄒凱光
Simplified Chinese 邹凯光
Musical career
Also known asMatthew Chow

Matthew "Matt" Chow Hoi-Kwong (Chinese :鄒凱光, born 4 August 1968) is a Hong Kong screenwriter, director, actor and producer. He is best known for his romantic comedy films, and has served as a screenwriter for filmmakers Peter Chan, Johnnie To, Wai Ka-Fai, and Joe Ma.



Matt Chow started his career at TVB in 1989 when he was hired by Joe Ma, who Chow considers to be his friend, teacher and boss. [1]







  • Hero from Beyond the Boundary of Time (1993)
  • The Avenging Quartet (1993)
  • Idol (1993)
  • A Deadly Way (1994)
  • The Day that Doesn't Exist (1995)
  • Lying Hero (1995)
  • The Little Drunken Masters (1995)
  • Till Death Do Us Laugh (1996)
  • Feel 100% (1996)
  • Shanghai Grand (1996)
  • July 13th (1996)
  • He Comes from Planet K (1997)
  • Too Many Ways To Be No. 1 (1997)
  • Love, Amoeba Style (1997)
  • L - O - V - E ..... LOVE (1997)
  • First Love Unlimited (1997)
  • Bio Zombie (1998)
  • PR Girls (1998)
  • Bullets Over Summer (1999)
  • Juliet in Love (2000)
  • Ghost Office (2001)
  • United We Stand, And Swim (2001)
  • Let's Sing Along (2001)
  • Three: Going Home (2002)
  • Golden Chicken (2002)
  • Three (2002)
  • Women From Mars (2002)
  • Diva . Ah Hey (2003)
  • The Attractive One (2004)
  • Three of a Kind (2004)
  • Itchy Heart (2004)
  • Love Undercover 3 (2006)
  • Dog Bite Dog (2006)
  • Golden Chicken 3 (2014)
  • Chilli Laugh Story (2022)

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