Stephen Fung

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Stephen Fung
Stephen Fung at Toronto Film Festival 2012 (1).jpg
Stephen Fung Q&A at a screening for Tai Chi Zero, Toronto Film Festival 2012
Background information
Chinese name 馮德倫 (traditional)
Chinese name 冯德伦 (simplified)
Born Fung Tak-lun
(1974-08-09) 9 August 1974 (age 43)
Hong Kong
Alma mater University of Michigan
Occupation
  • Actor
  • singer
  • director
  • producer
Years active 1990–present
Spouse(s) Shu Qi (m. 2016)

Fung Tak-lun born 9 August 1974, known professionally as Stephen Fung (Chinese: 馮德倫), is a Hong Kong actor, singer, writer, and film director.

Biography[edit]

Fung Tak-lun was born in Hong Kong and is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

Stephen made his acting debut in Forbidden Nights (1990). Since then he has starred in more than 40 films and became a household name in China. In 2004, Stephen wrote/directed/starred in his feature film directorial debut, Enter the Phoenix, for Jackie Chan's newly formed company JCE Movies Limited; it became an instant hit. His second directing/starring feature, House of Fury, Stephen's first collaboration with legendary action director Yuen Woo-ping proved to be a success. House of Fury was the opening selection for the Hong Kong International Film Festival 2005, official selection for the 18th Tokyo International Film Festival, and the highest grossing Hong Kong film for the first half of 2005.

Besides continuing with his acting career, Stephen directed Jump, written and produced by Stephen Chow for Sony Columbia Pictures Asia. In 2012, Stephen directed the first two installments, Tai Chi 0 and Tai Chi Hero, in the "Taichi Trilogy."

Fung currently serves as executive producer, director and action director of the AMC original series Into the Badlands, which stars Daniel Wu, Nick Frost, Sarah Bolger, Marton Csokas. In 2017, The Adventurers, Fung's sixth film as director, will be released. The movie stars Andy Lau, Jean Reno and Shu Qi.

Personal life[edit]

Fung's mother, Julie Sek Yin, was a famous actress during Shaw Brothers' golden era of dramatic films during the 1960s. Fung married Taiwanese actress Shu Qi in September 2016.[1][2] The two met on the set of the romance drama Bishonen in 1997, and dated for four years before marrying.[1][2]

Awards[edit]

  • Stockholm Film Festival, Best Director Bronze Horse Award Nomination,
  • Hong Kong Film Awards, Best New Director Nomination 2005
  • Channel V China, Best New Director Award, 2009
  • Golden Melody Awards, Best Music Video Director Award, 2007

Filmography[edit]

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Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

Ai Bu Gou/Love Not Enough (Album) (1999)

Track Listing:

  1. 我走走走
  2. 愛不夠
  3. 愛我2000
  4. 愛情肥皂劇
  5. 偷看
  6. 恨我還想你
  7. 別來煩我
  8. FALL IN LOVE
  9. 問號

Gen-X Cops (Soundtrack) (1999)

Track Listing:

  1. YOU CAN'T STOP ME(Cantonese)
  2. XXXX
  3. 非走不可 (Remix)
  4. LET ME BLEED
  5. CAN'T STOP ME (Mandarin)
  6. TERROR FROM SUNRISE (Instrumental)
  7. THE GEN-X RAVE (Instrumental)
  8. BAPTISM OF FIRE (Instrumental)
  9. THE FINAL JUMP (Instrumental)
  10. THE ERUPTION (Instrumental)

4 Green Hopes (EP) (2000)

Track Listing:

  1. 新鮮人~ Green Hope
  2. 新鮮人~ Luv Theme Whisper
  3. 新鮮人~ Taylor Mix
  4. 新鮮人~ Wah Wah Green Hope Mix

DRY[edit]

Album # Album Information
1st Dry One
2nd Dry Two
3rd Dry Free
4th Dry & Friends Music Is Alive

Contributions to other albums[edit]

Album Information Tracks Contributed
The Prophecy (世紀預言) 11. "Without Me" (Music & Lyrics)
Me 12. "Let Me Die" (Lyrics)
Love Me Or Not (愛我不愛) 5. "North Pole Snow" (Duet with Kelly Chen)

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