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Chinese name  張耀揚
Occupation  actor
Chinese name  張耀揚 (traditional)
Name  Roy Cheung

Chinese name  张耀扬 (simplified)
Role  Actor
Birth name  Cheung Yiu Yeung
Height  1.80 m
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Pinyin  Zhang Yaoyang (Mandarin)
Born  July 20, 1964 (age 51)Hong Kong (1964-07-20)
Nominations  Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor
Movies  Prison on Fire, Young and Dangerous 3, The Mission, Young and Dangerous 4, City on Fire
Similar People  Ringo Lam, Andrew Lau, Johnnie To, Wong Jing, Manfred Wong

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Roy Cheung Yiu-Yeung (Chinese: 張耀揚; pinyin: Zhāng Yàoyáng; born 20 July 1964 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong-based actor, best known on-screen for his roles as Triad gangsters in a number of films.

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Early life and career

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As a child, Cheung idolized kung-fu legend Bruce Lee but never seriously considered a career in acting.

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Starting out as a model, Cheung turned to acting when director Yeung Fan cast him in his 1986 film Lost Romance and the first of his many roles portraying a villain followed in the acclaimed director Ringo Lam's 1987 City on Fire.

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In 1996, Cheung appeared in the 3rd, 4th and 6th installments of the Young and Dangerous series. Roles that heralded the beginning of a long working relationship with director/cinematographer Andrew Lau.

Present day

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Recently, Cheung has appeared in a number of Andrew Lau's films, most notably in the second installment of the internationally acclaimed Infernal Affairs trilogy, and in the 1998 The Storm Riders, in which Cheung broke free of his standard villainous self altogether and portrayed a Shaolin monk.

Filmography

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  • Lost Romance (1986)
  • City on Fire (1987)
  • Prison on Fire (1987)
  • The Big Heat (1988)
  • School on Fire (1988)
  • Tiger on the Beat 2 (1988)
  • Aces Go Places 5: The Terracotta Hit (1989)
  • They Came to Rob Hong Kong (1989)
  • Wild Search (1989)
  • Triads: The Inside Story (1989)
  • Chicken a La Queen (1990)
  • Fight Back to School (1991) - Brother Teddy Big
  • Hong Kong Godfather (1991) - Officer Leung
  • In the Lap of God (1991) - Roy
  • The Magnificent Scoundrels (1991) - Brother Tai-te
  • My Flying Wife (1991) - Mr. Smartie
  • Prison on Fire II (1991) - Officer 'Scarface' Hung
  • Rose (1992)
  • Shanghai Heroic Story (1992)
  • What a Hero! (1992)
  • Wicked City (1992) - Shudo
  • Ghost Lantern (1993)
  • Gambling Baron (1994)
  • Organized Crime and Triad Bureau (1994)
  • To Live and Die in Tsimshatsui (1994)
  • The Tragic Fantasy - Tiger of Wanchai (1994)
  • The Armed Policewoman (1995)
  • From the Same Family (1995)
  • High Voltage (1995)
  • Love, Guns & Glass (1995)
  • Best of the Best (1996)
  • King of Robbery (1996)
  • Mongkok Story (1996)
  • Once Upon a Time in Triad Society 2 (1996)
  • Those Were the Days (1996)
  • The Wild Couple (1996)
  • Young and Dangerous 3 (1996)
  • Young and Dangerous 4 (1997)
  • Beast Cops (1998)
  • Leopard Hunting (1998)
  • Raging Angels (1998)
  • The Storm Riders (1998)
  • Big Spender (1999)
  • The Mission (1999)
  • Slow Fade (1999)
  • Born to be King (2000)
  • Jiang hu: The Triad Zone (2000)
  • Bloody Cops (2000)
  • Mafia.com (2000)
  • Play With Strangers (2000)
  • Super Car Criminals (2000)
  • Unbeatables (2000)
  • White Storm (2000)
  • Her Name is Cat 2: Journey to Death (2001)
  • The Replacement Suspects (2001)
  • The Avenging Fist (2001)
  • Chinese Odyssey 2002 (2002)
  • The Wesley's Mysterious File (2002)
  • Deadline Crisis (2002)
  • Infernal Affairs II (2003)
  • Dragon the Master (2003)
  • Brothers (2004)
  • The Game of Killing (2004)
  • Colour of the Loyalty (2005)
  • Moonlight in Tokyo (2005)
  • Exiled (2006)
  • The Drummer (2007)
  • Mini (2007)
  • Linger (2008)
  • A Land without Boundaries (2011)
  • The Assassins (2012)
  • The Five (2012)
  • References

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