Tony Yang

Tony Yang (楊祐寧; Yáng Yòuníng; Cantonese Yale: Yeung Yau Ning; born 30 August 1982, in Taiwan) is a Taiwanese film actor famous for his work in Hong Kong.

Yang began dating actress-singer Amber Kuo after they met while co-starring in the 2012 television series Love Forward; they broke up in 2015.

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Tony Yang filmography

 

Poster for the movie "Dynasty Warriors"

Dynasty Warriors

Warlords, warriors and statesmen wage a battle for supremacy in this fantasy tale based on the hit video games and the “Romance of the Three Kingdoms.”

A Leg

“Leg” follows the journey of a wife who battles to keep her husband’s body intact after he dies of a leg amputation.

Monster Hunt 2

The sequel to Monster Hunt. Set in a world where monsters and humans co-exist, the franchise tells the story of Wuba, a baby monster born to be king. Wuba becomes the central figure in stopping an all-out monster civil war.

Distance

Three different countries; three separate lives; three stories. Chen Bolin is the lead actor in all three segments. In ‘The Son’, a successful yet troubled manager goes on a business trip and finds himself drawn to an elderly man who may be a key missing figure in his life. He embarks on a investigation into the man’s life, only to find answers he was not ready for. ‘The Lake’ tells the story of a young … Read more

This Is Not What I Expected

Lu Jin is a handsome, wealthy hotel executive whose drive for perfection is matched only by his taste for fine cuisine. When he checks into the Rosebud, he’s dissatisfied with everything he sees and is ready to take action… until flamboyant female sous chef Gu Shengnan creates the perfectionist what may be a perfect meal. Now, these bitter rivals find themselves brought together in the kitchen in this light-hearted romantic comedy, infused with fun and … Read more

The Adventurers

The world’s top thieves join forces to pull off the heist of a lifetime. But when they find themselves pursued across Europe by a legendary French detective, they’ll have to take their game to the next level.

The Village of No Return

It is an unusual day for the remote and isolated Desire Village. A mysterious Taoist priest brings a magical equipment that can erase one’s memory. Since then, all the villagers have forgotten their past, living “happily ever after”, while the dangerous plot behind their back is just about to be unveiled…

Cold War II

Picking up some time after the events in the first movie, Sean Lau is now the Commissioner of Police after the successful rescue operation. However, things turn bad when his wife and daughter are kidnapped. Sean has to seek help from former rival and retired DCP, Waise Lee, to return to his job to help save Sean`s wife and child.

Where the Wind Settles

“Where the Wind Settles 風中家族” is a film about China during World War II wartime period. The later half of the movie is filmed in Taiwan depicting early Kuomintang rule in Taiwan.

Time to Love

A film adaptation of the best-selling novel “Bu Bu Jing Xin” written by Chinese author Tong Hua. A single modern-day city girl name Zhang Xiaowen accidentally travels back in time to the Qing Dynasty and becomes Ruoxi, but gets caught up in a web of love and politics in the royal court of Emperor Kangxi.

The Crossing

During the Chinese Revolution in 1949, three couples flee from China to an island of Taiwan.

Love on Credit

Xiaoqing and Xiaohong are twins with distinctive, different personalities. Xiaoqing believes in true love while Xiaohong only cares about money. Drama ensues when they both start pursuing love for the sake of money.

Snowfall in Taipei

May, a woman singer from the mainland of China, suddenly loses her voice and has conflicts with Ah Lei, her producer and secret lover. In anger she goes to Old Town of Jingtong where she meets Xiao Mo, a warmhearted man. Xia Mo helps May find a place to stay, and finds her work at local restaurant. May finds happiness and consolation in the old streets of the small town, and her voice gets better … Read more

Blood Brothers

Fung (Daniel Wu) and his best friends, brothers Kang (Liu Ye) and Hu (Tony Yang), leave the countryside together to make it big in Shanghai. Things aren’t so easy in the city, however, and the brothers stumble and toil until opportunity brings them to Club Paradise and ruthless mob boss Hong (Sun Honglei). While Kang embraces his newfound power in the Shanghai triad, Fung and Hu are less comfortable with the crime and violence, sending … Read more