Tin Kai-man

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Tin Kai-man
Born (1961-06-09) 9 June 1961 (age 59)
Hong Kong
Occupation Actor, production manager
Years active1982present

Tin Kai-Man, also spelled Tin Kai-mun, is a Hong Kong actor and production manager, most notable for his role in Shaolin Soccer . A well-known friend of Stephen Chow, he began acting in his films with the 1994 Hail the Judge . Tin also worked with Chow on the actor and director's highly successful Kung Fu Hustle . [1]



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  1. Stephen Chow Target of Criticisms Once Again, Asianbite.com. March 19, 2009.