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Zhang Zhiliang

Jacob Cheung
Chinese name 張之亮 (traditional)
Chinese name 張之亮 (simplified)
Pinyin zhang zhi liang (Mandarin)
Jyutping jeung1 ji1 leung6 (Cantonese)
Born 6 September 1959
Hong Kong
Years active 1989 - 2010

Jacob Cheung Chi-Leung is a Hong Kong film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor. His credits include A Battle Of Wits (2006), which was nominated for Best Director and Best Screenplay at the Golden Bauhinia Awards, and Beyond the Sunset (1989), which was nomimated for two awards at the 9th Hong Kong Film Awards.

Personal life

Cheung is married to Venus Wong and has four children: the triplets Matthew, Eugene and Jeremy, and their elder sister, Ingrid.

Filmography

Director

  • White Haired Witch (2012)
  • Ticket (Che Piao) (2007)
  • A Battle Of Wits (2006)
  • Hero on the Silkroad (2004)
  • Never Say Goodbye (2001)
  • Midnight Fly (2001)
  • The Kid (1999)
  • Intimates (1997)
  • Whatever Will Be, Will Be (1995)
  • The Returning (1994)
  • Always on My Mind (1993)
  • Lover's Tear (1992)
  • Cageman (1992)
  • Goodbye Hero (1990)
  • Beyond the Sunset (1989)
  • Lai Shi, China's Last Eunuch (1988)

Actor

  • Hong Kong Graffiti (1997)
  • My Dad is a Jerk (1997)
  • Those were the Days (1996)
  • Cageman (1992)
  • Au revior, mon amour (1991)
  • Hong Kong Godfather (1991)
  • All About Women (2008)

Producer

  • Midnight Fly (2001)
  • Never Say Goodbye (2001)
  • The Kid (1999)
  • Intimates (1997)
  • Signal Left, Turn Right (1996)
  • I've Got You, Babe!!! (1994)
  • Sparkling Fox (1994)

Screenplay

Executive Associate Producer

  • Mr. Vampire (1985)

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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