Tony Leung Ka-fai
Tony Leung Ka-fai
Hong Kong Film Awards – Best Actor
1984 Reign Behind the Curtain
1993 92 Legendary La Rose Noire
2012 Cold War
Best Supporting Actor
2004 Men Suddenly in Black
Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards – Best Actor
2005 Everlasting Regret
2007 Eye in the Sky
Golden Horse Awards – Best Actor
1990 Farewell China
Best Supporting Actor
2007 The Drummer
|Traditional Chinese||梁 家 輝|
|Simplified Chinese||梁 家 辉|
Tony Leung Ka-fai (simplified Chinese :梁家辉; traditional Chinese :梁家輝; born 1 February 1958) is a Hong Kong actor who is a four-time winner of the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor.
As he is often confused with actor Tony Leung Chiu-wai, Tony Leung Ka-fai is known as "Big Tony", while Tony Leung Chiu-wai is known as "Little Tony", nicknames which correspond to the actors' respective physical statures.
Leung has been in the film industry for more than 30 years, starring in a variety of roles. His debut film was Burning of the Imperial Palace (1983), where he played the Xianfeng Emperor. He would later work with Chow Yun-fat in three films, Prison on Fire (1987), A Better Tomorrow 3 (1989), and God of Gamblers Returns (1994). He also appeared as Joyce Godenzi's husband in She Shoots Straight , Joyce's trademark film.
In 1991, Leung went to France to appear in Jean-Jacques Annaud's The Lover , based on Marguerite Duras's novel, as the older lover of a young teen schoolgirl, who was played by British actress Jane March.
Leung went on to star in the international horror feature film Double Vision with American actor David Morse. His ongoing career has seen him star in films such as The Myth (2005), Everlasting Regret (2005) and Election (2005).
Leung won his fourth Best Actor award for his performance in Cold War at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards.
|1983||The Burning of Imperial Palace||Xianfeng Emperor|
|Reign Behind a Curtain|| Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor |
Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer
|1984||The Ghost Informer||Tang|
|1985||Journey of the Doomed|
|1987||People's Hero||Captain Chan|
|Lady in Black||Chan Kin-sang|
|Prison on Fire||Lo Ka-yiu / 51910|
|1988||Gunmen||Captain Ting Kwan Pik|
|My Mother's Tea House|
|The Laser Man||Joey Cheung|
|1989||Sentenced to Hang||Li Wai|
|A Better Tomorrow 3||Cheung Chi-mun|
|1990||Island of Fire||Wei Wang / Andy|
|She Shoots Straight||Inspector Huang Tsung-pao|
|Queen's Bench III|
|Farewell China||Zhao Nansan||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor |
Golden Horse Award for Best Leading Actor
|Inspector Pink Dragon||Ma Yau-yau|
|To Catch a Thief|
|Red and Black||Liang Kwo-tung|
|Her Fatal Ways||Wu Wei-kuo|
|This Thing Called Love|
|Au revoir mon amour||Liang Seng|
|Blue Lightning||Ching Hay|
|King of Chess||Wong Yat-sang|
|Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|Center Stage||Cai Chusheng|
|1992||New Dragon Gate Inn||Chow Wai-on|
|Once Upon a Time a Hero in China||Bad Egg Ken Shek|
|92 Legendary La Rose Noire||Keith Lui||Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|The Lover||Chinese Man|
|1993||Boys Are Easy||Simon Tse Sai|
|He Ain't Heavy, He's My Father||Tommy Chor Fan|
|Flying Dagger||Hon Chung|
|The Eagle Shooting Heroes||Duan Zhixing|
|Rose Rose I Love You||Keith Lui / Johnny|
|The Black Panther Warriors||Mang-po Fai|
|Tom, Dick and Hairy||Dick Ching|
|Finale in Blood||Fortune Teller|
|Lover of the Swindler||Michael Chan Chun|
|A Touch of Class||Lau Ching-man|
|Perfect Exchange||Chung Chor-hung|
|All Men Are Brothers: Blood of the Leopard||Lin Chong|
|1994||To Live and Die in Tsimshatsui||Milky Fai|
|Always Be the Winners||Hui Man Lung|
|I Will Wait for You||So Yau-shing|
|The Long and Winding Road||James|
|He and She||Lai Chi-kai|
|God of Gamblers Returns||Siu Fong-fong / "Little Trumpet"|
|It's a Wonderful Life||Yum Kow-kwai|
|Ashes of Time||Huang Yaoshi|
|The Winter of 1900|
|Lover of the Last Empress||Prince Kung|
|A Touch of Evil||Liang Shaolun|
|The Christ of Nanjing||Ryuichi Okagawa|
|1997||Destination: 9th Heaven||Chiang Shan|
|Island of Greed||Chao Chiu-sen||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|1999||Love Will Tear Us Apart||Jian|
|2000||Okinawa Rendez-vous||Law Wan-dat|
|Jiang hu: The Triad Zone||Jimmy Yam||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|2001||The Treatment||Xu Datong|
|2002||Double Vision||Huang Huo-tu||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|Zhou Yu's Train||Chen Qing|
|Golden Chicken||Professor Chan|
|2003||Good Times, Bed Times|
|Men Suddenly in Black||Ninth uncle||Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|The Spy Dad||Jones Bon|
|2004||20 30 40||Zhang Shijie "Jerry"|
|Sex and the Beauties||Dick Yan|
|PaPa Loves You||Yam Mo-ying|
|Fear of Intimacy||Fai|
|Throw Down||Lee Kong|
|The Twins Effect II||Master Blackwood|
|Dumplings||Mr. Li||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|A-1 Headline||Chief Editor Terrence Tsang Tat-si|
|2005||On the Mountain of Tai Hang||He Bingyan|
|Election||Big D||Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|Everlasting Regret||Mr. Cheng||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|2006||My Name Is Fame||Himself|
|2007||Eye in the Sky||Chan Chong-shan|
|It's a Wonderful Life||But Sau-kong (Stainless Steel)|
|Lost in Beijing||Lin Dong|
|Iron Road||Book Man|
|2009||I Corrupt All Cops||Chief inspector Lak Chui|
|Bodyguards and Assassins||Chen Shaobai|
|The Founding of a Republic||CPPCC member|
|2010||Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame||Shatuo Zhong||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|Energy Behind the Heart|
|Bruce Lee, My Brother||Lee Hoi-chuen||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|Kiss, His First|
|2011||I Love Hong Kong||Ng Shun|
|The Devil Inside Me||Jiang Mu|
|2012||Cold War||Waise M.B. Lee||Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|Tai Chi 0||Chen Changxing|
|Tai Chi Hero||Chen Changxing|
|2013||Better and Better|
|Tales from the Dark 1||Ho Ho|
|2014||Golden Chicken 3||Professor Chan||Cameo|
|Beijing Love Story||Liu Hui|
|Horseplay||Lee Tan, the Nine-Tailed Fox|
|Rise of the Legend||Wong Kei-ying||Cameo|
|The Taking of Tiger Mountain||Hawk||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor|
|Who is Undercover||Wang Feng|
|2015||Lost and Love||Jiangxi traffic cop||Cameo|
|2016||Lost in White||Zhou Peng|
|Cold War 2||Waise Lee|
|League of Gods||King Zhou of Shang|
|2017||Our Time Will Come||Zheng Jiabin||Nominated – Golden Horse Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|2019||Chasing the Dragon II: Wild Wild Bunch||Logan Lung|
|2020||Money Empire||Crippled Ho|
|TBD||Sons of the Neon Night|
|Return of the Lucky Stars|
Tony Leung Chiu-wai is a Hong Kong actor and singer. He is considered one of Asia's most successful and internationally recognised actors and was named as "Small Tiger" among Five Tiger Generals of TVB. He has won many international acting prizes, including the Cannes Film Festival award for Best Actor for his performance in Wong Kar-wai's film In the Mood for Love. Leung is widely considered the best native Hong Kong actor of his generation. He was named by CNN as one of "Asia's 25 Greatest Actors of All Time".
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