Anthony Wong Chau-Sang

Anthony Wong Chau-Sang

Highest Rated: 100% Still Human (2018)

Lowest Rated: 100% Still Human (2018)

Birthday: Sep 2, 1961

Birthplace: Hong Kong

He's been called everything from "The King of Category III" (Category III is the Hong Kong film rating equivalent to America's dreaded NC-17) to one of the most versatile actors of his generation, but however you refer to Hong Kong mainstay Anthony Wong, only one thing is certain -- the man is absolutely fearless. Accepting roles that would make Dennis Hopper run for cover and Udo Kier cower in fear, Wong has a willingness to completely lose himself in the most vile of screen characters, earning him near legendary status among Hong Kong film fanatics. Few actors could take the role of a cannibalistic serial killer and turn out an award-winning performance, but with his role as the murderous madman of the brutal true-crime horror film The Untold Story (1992), Wong did just that, earning a Best Actor Hong Kong Film Award for his shocking performance.Wong, who is the son of a British sailor and a Chinese mother, had a distaste for school that was no doubt fueled by the cruelty of his classmates, who frequently teased the mixed-race youngster. In the years following Wong's high-school graduation, his interest in acting was peaked, and at the age of 21, the aspiring actor was persuaded by his best friend to enroll in an ATV television course. As a result of his strong abilities, Wong was signed to a two-year contract with ATV, during which time he made 25 appearances for the popular network. Subsequently enrolling in The Academy of Performing Arts, Wong continued his education while honing his skills in such plays as Oedipus Rex and Cyrano de Bergerac. Increasingly active onscreen from the early '90s, Wong made a lasting impression on audiences with a pair of roles opposite Hong Kong megastar Chow Yun-Fat in Hard-Boiled and Full Contact (both 1992). With a role as Yun-Fat's maniacal nemesis in the former, and his weak-willed friend in the latter, Wong showed a remarkable ability to play both ends of the spectrum early on in his career. If his parts in Hard-Boiled and Full Contact served to introduce Wong to the masses, his role in The Untold Story later that same year ensured that they wouldn't soon forget him. Perhaps one of the most unforgettable and sadistic villains in screen history, Wong's performance as a man who slaughters an entire family of restaurateurs (including the young children) and serves them to unsuspecting diners as tasty pork rolls earned him top honors at that year's Hong Kong Film Awards. The fact that Wong was able to craft a despicable character who actually elicits the sympathy of the audience after performing some of the most atrocious acts ever to reach the silver screen was almost as disturbing as the film itself, and was an unquestionable testament to his remarkable acting abilities. Roles in The Heroic Trio, Taxi Hunter, and Rock 'n' Roll Cop found Wong's seemingly unstoppable ascent to stardom continuing unchallenged, and in 1995, he stepped behind the camera to make his directorial debut with the bizarre horror film New Tenant. In 1996, international audiences who may not have been savvy to Hong Kong cinema got a tantalizing taste of Wong in the widely released action film Black Mask. Though one certainly couldn't tell by looking at Wong's extensive filmography, a thyroid disorder threatened to cut his prolific career short in the mid-'90s. Thankfully for film lovers, he was able to make a full recovery, coming back as strong as ever with memorable roles in Armageddon and Beast Cops -- the latter of which found him the recipient of his second Best Actor award at the 1999 Hong Kong Film Awards. To say that Wong's career choices are eclectic may be one of the greatest understatements one could make; he frequently alternates between such high-profile mainstream fare as A Man Called Hero and Time and Tide and such lurid, cinematic sleaze as Raped by an Angel 4 and Erotic Nightmare. No matter how small his part in a film, Wong consistently stands out, leaving a lasting impression on viewers. In the new m

Highest Rated Movies



100% Still Human Leung 2018
No Score Yet The Mobfathers Actor 2016
No Score Yet 12 Golden Ducks Actor 2015
No Score Yet McDull: Me & My Mum Actor 2014
No Score Yet Lawless Kingdom (Si da ming bu 2) Actor 2013
No Score Yet Naked Soldier Power 2012
No Score Yet McDull, Kung Fu Kindergarten (Mcdull - Kungfu Ding Ding Dong) Actor 2009
No Score Yet Sing kung chok tse yee: Ngor but mai sun, ngor mai chi gung (True Women for Sale) Actor 2008
No Score Yet Crooked Business Actor 2008
No Score Yet Plastic City Yuda 2008
No Score Yet Ying han (Underdog Knight) Actor 2008
No Score Yet The Sun Also Rises Liang 2007
No Score Yet Bullet and Brain Actor 2007
No Score Yet Roaring Dragon, Bluffing Tiger Actor 2006
No Score Yet Fox Volant of the Snowy Mountain Actor 2006
No Score Yet Ah sou (Mob Sister) Actor 2005
No Score Yet Sul sun (Slim Till Dead) Actor 2005
No Score Yet McDull, Prince de la Bun Actor 2004
No Score Yet Moh waan chue fong (Mo huan chu fang) (Magic Kitchen) Guest appearance 2004
No Score Yet A-1 Actor 2004
No Score Yet Infernal Affairs III (Mou gaan dou III: Jung gik mou gaan) Actor 2003
No Score Yet Till There Was You Barman 2003
No Score Yet Cat and Mouse (Liu sue oi seung mau) Actor 2003
No Score Yet Fu Bo Actor 2003
No Score Yet My Life as McDull Actor 2001
No Score Yet The Storm Riders (Fung wan: Hung ba tin ha) Sword Saint 2000
No Score Yet Ransom Express Actor 2000
No Score Yet Jiang Hu: The Triad Zone Actor 2000
No Score Yet The Story of Prostitutes Actor 2000
No Score Yet Guhuozai jiqingpian zhi hongxing Dafeige (The Legendary Tai Fei) Actor 1999
No Score Yet Yue shi (Lunar Eclipse) Actor 1999
No Score Yet Ban zhi yan (Metade Fumaca) Actor 1999
No Score Yet Fascination Amour (Ai qing meng huan hao) Actor 1999
No Score Yet Chuen chik daai diy (The Group) Actor 1998
No Score Yet Ng yun ji dai, (Teaching Sucks) Actor 1997
No Score Yet Young and Dangerous IV Actor 1997
No Score Yet Se qing nan nu (Viva Erotica) Actor 1997
No Score Yet Goo waak jai 2: Ji maang lung gwoh gong (Young and Dangerous 2) Actor 1996
No Score Yet Mongkok Story Actor 1996
No Score Yet Floating Life Gar Ming 1996
No Score Yet The Day That Doesn't Exist Actor 1995
No Score Yet Organized Crime & Triad Bureau Tung 1994
No Score Yet Awakening Actor 1994
No Score Yet Rock N' Roll Cop Actor 1994
No Score Yet Cop Image (Meng chai ren) Actor 1994
No Score Yet Zhi zu wu shang II yong ba tian xia (Casino Raiders II) Actor 1994
No Score Yet Chai gong (Mad Monk) Actor 1993
No Score Yet Bat sin fan dim ji yan yuk cha siu bau (The Eight Immortals Restaurant: The Untold Story) Actor 1993
No Score Yet Daughter of Darkness Captain Lui 1993
No Score Yet Mie men can an zhi nie sha Actor 1993
No Score Yet Ti dao bao (Lucky Encounter) Actor 1992
No Score Yet Hua! ying xiong (What a Hero) Actor 1992
No Score Yet Madam City Hunter Charlie Chan 1992
No Score Yet Erotic Ghost Story 2 (Liao zhai yan tan xu ji zhi wu tong shen) Actor 1991
No Score Yet Wu di xing yun xing (When Fortune Smiles) Actor 1990
No Score Yet Demoniac Flash Actor


53% White Dragon
No Score Yet NCIS
Capt. Russell Nguyen 2008
No Score Yet Xena: Warrior Princess
Lin Qi 1999


Supt. Wong says: I remember a story. Two fools are waiting for their kidney transplant but only one kidney is available. Thus they play a game. They put a card on each others pockets. Whoever guesses the card in his own pocket wins.

Hon Sam says: You know I can see your card.

Supt. Wong says: I think so too

Hon Sam says: I will beat you.

Supt. Wong says: Let's see. We should be more careful.

Hon Sam says: I will.

Supt. Wong says: By the way, whoever loses the game dies.

Hon Sam says: Let's see when you're going to die.

Supt. Wong says: [extends his hand for a handshake]

Hon Sam says: Ever seen someone shake a corpse's hand?

Liu Yiutian says: This is china, alright, bub? I really cant look up to you fat ass americans always sitting in front off me telling me what to do! When im done there are ony two words, fu** off! Euh?! Cant understand? alrrighttt, ill use english. You, just, useless!

Liu Yiutian says: This is China, alright bub? I really can't look up to you fat ass Americans always sitting in front off me telling me what to do! When I'm done there are ony two words, fu** off!