Timmy Hung

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Timmy Hung
洪天明
Born
Timmy Hung Tin-ming

(1974-07-01) 1 July 1974 (age 49)
Alma mater University of British Columbia
Occupationactor
Years active1990–present
Spouse
(m. 2012)
Children
  • Hung Dai-yan (son)
  • Hung King-xi (son)
Parents
Relatives Joyce Godenzi (stepmother)
Family Jimmy Hung (brother)
Sammy Hung (brother)
Stephanie Hung (sister)
Awards TVB Anniversary AwardsMy Favourite On-Screen Partners (Non-Dramas)
2000 《公益開心百萬Show》

Chinese name

Timmy Hung Tin-ming (born 1 July 1974) is a Hong Kong actor. He is the eldest son of Sammo Hung.

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Background

He was born in Hong Kong as the eldest son of martial arts superstar Sammo Hung and Sammo's Korean first wife Jo Eun-ok (曹恩玉). His younger brothers are Jimmy Hung and Sammy Hung. His only sister is Stephanie Hung.

Personal life

He married actress Janet Chow in 2012 after a few years of dating, and their son Hung Dai-yan (洪大仁) was born in 2013. In April 2015, they had a second son, Hung King-xi (洪竟琋).

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRole
1990 Licence to Steal
龍鳳賊捉賊
French security guard
1991 Slickers vs. Killers
黐線枕邊人
Gang Member
1995 Red Zone
爆炸令
Greyhound
Don't Give a Damn
冇面俾
Timmy
Thunderbolt
霹靂火
Saw's thug (uncredited)
1997 Mr. Nice Guy
一個好人
Assistant Action Director
97 Aces Go Places
最佳拍檔之醉街拍檔
Police special force
1998 Knock Off
KO 雷霆一擊
Assistant Action Director
The Three Lusketeers
風流3壯士
Jack
Troublesome Night 4
陰陽路4與鬼同行
Alan Hung
B Is for Boy
心思思
A Long and Forgotten Ghost Story
榕樹頭講鬼
1999 Bodyguard for the Dead
屍家保鑣
Timmy
2000 Textiles at Heart
裳在我心間
Bo
2001 Feng Shui and Gambling
風水賭神
Dark War
暗鬥
Brother
2003 Dragon Loaded
龍咁威2003
"Emotional Soccer" demonstrator
Men Suddenly in Black
大丈夫
Himself
2004 Astonishing
驚心動魄
Siu Yu
Osaka Wrestling Restaurant
大阪撻一餐
Ricky
New Police Story
新警察故事
Tin Ming
The Marksman
神槍手
Chow Chi Fai
2005 SPL
殺破狼
Drug trafficker
Demoniac Flash
飄移凶間
Legend of the Dragon
龍威父子
Richard
2006 Undercover Hidden Dragon
臥虎
Bro Bomb
Midnight Running
反斗狂奔
Paul
Don't Open Your Eyes
鬼眼刑警
Wai
Men Suddenly in Black II
大丈夫2
Fatal Contact
黑拳
Portland Street Fighter
Wo Hu
至尊無賴
Eric
2007 Flash Point
導火線
Yeung
The Valiant Ones New
新忠烈圖
2008 Hong Kong Bronx
黑勢力
Kau Fai
Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon
三國志見龍卸甲
Han Ying
The Luckiest Man
大四喜
Ho Kei
2009 Kung Fu Chefs
功夫廚神
Leung
I Corrupt All Cops
金錢帝國
Pastry
Bright Future
大有前途
2010 72 Tenants of Prosperity
72家租客
Marriage with a Liar
婚前試愛
2011 I Love Hong Kong
我愛HK開心萬歲
Love is the Only Answer
人約離婚後
Hong Kong Ghost Stories
猛鬼愛情故事
2012 Naked Soldier Pete
Lan Kwai Fong 2
2013Young and Dangerous: Reloaded
Princess and the Seven Kung Fu Masters
Fall in Love
Ip Man: The Final Fight Leung Sheung
Flash Play
2014The True Love
2015 Office Ho Ho
Blind Spot
2016 Buddy Cops
Delusion
Three Chak
2017 God of War
2018Kung Fu League
2019Altar Angel
Chasing News
Death Notify
Thirteen and a Half
2020 Shock Wave 2 King
2022 Septet: The Story of Hong Kong Master
2023 Back to the Past

Television series

YearTitleRoleNotes
1997 Detective Investigation Files III
刑事偵緝檔案III
Yung Ka Kun
翁家勤
1998 Burning Flame
烈火雄心
Sei Suk
四 叔
Aiming High
撻出愛火花
Lam Tin Fung
林天峰
1999 Untraceable Evidence II
鑑證實錄II
Kui Chin Pui
區展培
Anti-Crime Squad
反黑先鋒
Cho Mang Chai
草蜢仔
2000 Ups and Downs
無業樓民
Hung Kam Po
洪金寶 (Bowie)
2001 Virtues of Harmony
皆大歡喜
Sek Biu
石彪
2003 Hearts of Fencing
當四葉草碰上劍尖時
Exchange Student
Angels of Mission
無名天使3D
See Yat Ming
史一鳴
2004 Hearts of Fencing 2
當四葉草碰上劍尖時
2006 Real Kung Fu
佛山贊師父
Chan Ya Shun
陳華順
2007 The Building Blocks of Life
建築有情天
Chow Lap Chun
周立春
2009 The Stew of Life
有營煮婦
Lau Tak Yan
劉達人 (Ryan)
2010-2011 Links to Temptation
誘情轉駁
Lau Hau-fai
劉孝輝
Home Troopers
居家兵團
Cheung Lok Tin
張樂天
2011 A Great Way to Care
仁心解碼
Yu Gwun Wai
余鈞緯 (Nelson / Sartre)
2014-2015 Tiger Cubs II
飛虎II
Poon Chi-lung
潘子龍
2015 Wudang Rules
潮拜武當
Cheung Ka-kong
張家港 (Ken)
The Fixer Wyman Chan Tai-man
陳大文

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