Ron Heung

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Adrian 'Ron' Heung
Chinese name 香子俊
Pinyin Xiāng Zǐjùn (Mandarin)
Jyutping Hoeng1 Zi2-zeon3 (Cantonese)
Born 1985 (age 32–33)
Hong Kong
Occupation Baseball player, actor

Adrian 'Ron' Heung Tze-Chun (born 1985), is a Hong Kong baseball player, actor and art director. He has appeared in a lead role in two films and as a supporting player in two others. He was also art director for the film Permanent Residence in 2009,[1] and in the same year, appeared in the Hong Kong action film Rebellion (2009) as Chung. The following year, he worked in the art department for Amphetamine.[2] and in 2013, appeared as Adrian in the acclaimed Hong Kong film Voyage, set across Europe and Asia, and filmed in the English language.

Heung was first discovered by award-winning Hong Kong filmmaker Scud (the working name of Danny Cheng Wan-Cheung), while Heung was a member of the Hong Kong national baseball team, in which capacity he appeared in his first film, City Without Baseball. Unusually for a Hong Kong film, both Heung and the team were shown naked on camera, with their private parts fully revealed in several scenes.



Art Department

Art Director