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Chinese name  莫少聰 (traditional)
Role  Actor
Chinese name  莫少聪 (simplified)
Spouse  Sun Yun Ling (m. 2011)
Birth name  Max Siu-chung Mok
Name  Max Mok

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Pinyin  Mo Xiao Cong (Mandarin)
Jyutping  Mok6 Siu3 Cung1 (Cantonese)
Born  2 December 1960 (age 60) Hong Kong (1960-12-02)
Other name(s)  Benny MokBenny Mok Siu-chungMax Mok Siu-chung
TV shows  Wong Fei Hung Series, Drunken Hero, Ode to Gallantry
Nominations  Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor, Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer
Movies  Once Upon a Time in China II, Lai Shi - China's Last Eun, Once Upon a Time in China III, Once Upon a Time in China IV, Once Upon a Time in China V

Children  Ashley Zhang, Chi-Yin Mok

Similar  Hung Yan yan, Rosamund Kwan, Tsui Hark

Max Mok (Chinese: 莫少聰) (born 2 December 1960 in Hong Kong) (also credited as Benny Mok, Benny Mok Siu-chung and Max Mok Siu-chung) is a Hong Kong actor and singer, Mok was recruited by the Shaw Brothers Studio and has been a major film star since the 1980s. Mok is perhaps best known as Leung Foon in Once Upon a Time in China II, III, IV and V, after replacing Yuen Biao who was in the first film.


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In 1980s, Mok played Interpol Agent in 1986 film Magic Crystal along with Andy Lau, Cynthia Rothrock and Richard Norton. Mok played second member of Col Young's commando in 1987 film Eastern Condors, alongside Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, Joyce Godenzi, Yuen Wah, Billy Chow, Corey Yuen and Yuen Woo-ping.

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In 1990s, Mok replacing Yuen Biao, after Yuen was declined after the first film was finished. Mok played Leung Foon in four Once Upon a Time in China movies they were: Once Upon a Time in China II, III, IV and V alongside Jet Li, Rosamund Kwan and Vincent Zhao. After Once Upon a Time in China V, Mok didn't appear in the sixth sequel and nobody will replacing him.

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In 2000s, Mok played Suk Gwat in 2004 film Infernal Unfairs alongside Shawn Yue Man-lok. Mok played Big Eyes in 2008 film Run Papa Run alongside Louis Koo and Nora Miao.

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  • The Enchantress (妖魂) (1980)
  • Holy Flame of the Martial World (武林聖火令) (1980)
  • The Lady Assassin (清宮啟示錄) (1980)
  • Usurpers of Emperor's Power (1980)
  • Thunderclap (1981)
  • TV series

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  • Dynasty (1980)
  • Operation Nuwa (1981)
  • Ode to Gallantry (1982)
  • Wong Fei Hung Series (1983)
  • Arrest in Beijing

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    Mok Siu Chung was arrested in Beijing on Friday, 15 April 2011, for alleged drug abuse. He faces at least 10 days' detention and a fine, according to a source. Several police officers were involved in the raid in a prestigious residential area of the capital's Chaoyang district, Xinhua News Agency said, confirming the arrest on 17 April 2011.

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