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|Chinese name||鍾保羅 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||钟保罗 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||Zhōng Bǎoluó (Mandarin)|
|Jyutping||Zung Bou Lo (Cantonese)|
|Birth name||David Chan 陳振民|
5 April 1959|
|Died||1 September 1989
(aged 30) (Suicide)|
|Occupation||Actor , MC , DJ (early 80s)|
Paul Chung (Chinese: 钟保罗; pinyin: Zhōng Bǎoluó; Jyutping: Zung Bou Lo; 5 April 1959 – 1 September 1989) was a Hong Kong actor, MC (Master of Ceremonies) and a DJ in the early 1980s. He committed suicide on Friday, 1 September 1989.
Paul Chung was originally a host in Commercial Radio. He was a member of a 13-people DJ group, including Brenda Lo , Winnie Yu and Suzie Wong (TV host), so-called "6 pair-half". In 1981, he had dispute with Commercial radio, and then turned to Asia Television (ATV/RTV) to cast several TV drama. He became popular when he co-operated with Danny Chan and Leslie Cheung to cast two films.
He committed suicide on 1 September 1989 in his home of Shatin City One. Many reports said he had a lot of debts from gambling before his death.
|Year||Film's Name||Character||Director||Starring with|
|1980||《Encore (1980 film)》||Paul||Danny Chan、Leslie Cheung、Mary Jean Reimer Lau|
|1980||《The Beasts》||Louis||Patricia Chong、Kent Cheng|
|1981||《On Trial (1981 film)》||Paul||Clarence Fok||Danny Chan、Leslie Cheung|
|1985||《Carry On Doctors and Nurses》||Paul Lo||Anthony Chan (actor)||Anthony Chan (actor)、Lawrence Cheng、Keith Kwan、Alfred Cheung、Sandy Lamb、Amy Chan|
Drama (RTV / ATV)
|1981||《I.Q. 100》||Ah Man||Patricia Chong、Kenneth Choi、Blanche Tang、Dang Wai-Si|
|1981||《Agency 24》||Rosamund Kwan、Leslie Cheung、Max Mok( replacing Paul after an accident during shooting )|
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