Cheung Kwok-Keung

Kwok Keung Cheung was born on September 28, 1955 in Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. He is an actor and assistant director, known for Mou mian bei (1995), Sha ru di yu (1991) and Juen diu daai ngok (1989).

Cheung Kwok-Keung Filmography

Poster for the movie "A Fake Pretty Woman"

A Fake Pretty Woman

An insecure waitress (Yvonne Yung Hung) who thinks all her problems will be solved if she has plastic surgery to become beautiful. Initially, it actually does work. She becomes a model and starts dating a billionaire at once after her surgery.

Crocodile Hunter

Two cops are partnered together and decide to protect two beautiful women who are actually rivals–one, a woman released from prison, the other, an actress who’s been targeted for rape–while in search of escaped murderous convicts.

Little Cop

Ever since he was a child, Lee Chi-kin has been determined to become a police officer, despite the fact that he comes from a family of criminals. As an adult, he joins the police force, where he is first placed with the Narcotics Bureau. During a drug raid operation, he catches a drug dealer. He is later transferred, first to the Anti-Porno Bureau where he falls in love with a call girl, then to the … Read more

Eastern Condors

A motley group of Chinese prisoners held in the US is sent on a covert mission with the promise of a pardon: to go deep into Vietnam and destroy a secret depot of missiles that the US left behind during the pull-out.

All U Need Is Love

Initiated by the Hong Kong Performing Artists Association and the Hong Kong Film Workers Association, ten film companies in Hong Kong (China Star, Anle Film, Emperor Films, Oriental Films, Media Asia Films, Meiya Films, World Films, Shaw Brothers, Sun Entertainment Culture , Huanyu Film) and the Hong Kong Film Development Council’s “Film Production Financing Project”. It tells about a quiet afternoon when the Gurney Hotel suddenly detected a suspected case. The epidemic prevention center ordered … Read more

Peking Opera Blues

The film is set in 1913 Beijing, during Yuan Shikai’s presidency of the Republic of China. It depicts the adventures of a team of unlikely heroines: Tsao Wan, a patriotic rebel who dresses as a man; Sheung Hung, a woman in search of a missing box of jewels; and Pat Neil, the daughter of a Peking Opera impresario.

Tales From The Dark 2

In “Haunted Pillow,” TVB starlet Fala Chen is still obsessed with her lover (Gordon Lam) after their breakup and invariably suffers from insomnia. She gets hold of a Chinese herbal pillow that eventually helps her fall asleep again but it also draws her near something unexpected. “Hide And Seek” casts a group of young newcomers into an abandoned school campus where they meet longtime janitor Mr. Chan who takes shelter at the school. Playing hide-and-seek … Read more

The Untold Story III

Unreleated to the celebrated pork-bun movies, this titled sequel returns to the roots of the original film: a true crime drama with satirical overtones. Inspector Lee (Danny Lee) and his team (including Monica Chan and Cheung Kwok-Keung) look into the mysterious disappearance of a seedy loan shark (Ken Lo), but find no real leads. Amazingly, the culprits fall into their laps. Four young men, led by Wong Wing-Man (Sam Lee) confess to the killing. Apparently, … Read more