|Born||12 December 1918 |
|Died||20 January 1996 (aged 77)|
|Occupation||Film director, screenwriter, actor|
|Awards||Golden Horse Awards – Lifetime Achievement Award|
Lo Wei (sometimes spelled Lo Wai, 12 December 1918 – 20 January 1996) was a Hong Kong film director and film actor best known for launching the martial arts film careers of both Bruce Lee, in The Big Boss and Fist of Fury, and Jackie Chan, in New Fist of Fury.
On 20 January 1996, Lo died of heart failure in Hong Kong.
- Brothers Five (1970)
- The Big Boss (1971)
- Vengeance of a Snow Girl (1971)
- Fist of Fury (1972)
- The Black Tavern (1972)
- A Man Called Tiger (1973)
- Kung Fu Girl (1973)
- Yellow Faced Tiger (1974)
- Naughty, Naughty (1974)
- Shaolin Wooden Men (1976)
- New Fist of Fury (1976)
- The Killer Meteors (1976)
- Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin (1977)
- To Kill with Intrigue (1977)
- Spiritual Kung Fu (1978)
- Dragon Fist (1979)
- Fearless Hyena Part II (1983)
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- Chan, Jackie, and Jeff Yang. I Am Jackie Chan. New York: Ballantine, 1998. Print.
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