Sammo Hung (born December 7, 1952) is a Hong Kong actor, action choreographer and film director. He is honored for contributing to the popularization of the Kung Fu genre in cinema. He has collaborated with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, such as Jackie Chan, Jet Li and Wong Fei-Hung. Everyone knows who Sammo Hung and him are his popularity is due to his abilities in Kung Fu and as an actor. If you ask me who I think is the best kung fu filmmaker, I will immediately remember one name: Sammo Hung.
Here is an interview for one of the true legends of martial arts cinema. Enjoy!
Interview with Sam Hung
Wing Chun TV series
Wing Chun (Chinese: è © æ ?? ¥) is a 2006 TVB series starring Nicholas Tse. The series ended in 2007. It featured actors Nicholas Tse, Yuen Biao, Anson Leung, Ji Chunhua, Sammo Hung and his youngest son Sammy Hung.
The story revolved around Elder Leung Jan and his life in Foshan during the late Qing Dynasty. The show follows the life of Leung Bik, the eager but impulsive son of Leung Jan, a local doctor and martial arts master. Father and son often clash Leung Bik longs to learn martial arts but his father wants him to study medicine like his brother Leung Chun. At the other end is Ko Ming, a poor student of a drunken master who traveled all the way to Fo Shan to find his long-lost sister. Leung Bik and Ko Ming become rivals when Leung wrongly but not intentionally harms his sister, and Ko Ming ends up working for a corrupt Long family.
The characters grow when innocent Ko Ming is corrupted by pragmatic evil and goes through a trial and tribulation that eventually dulls him and Leung learns responsibility as he runs to Hong Kong after a murder charge. Intricate characters set against love triangles and the adventures of other supporting characters bring this classic show to life.