Mr. Tommy Ti Lung
Original name Tam Foo-wing, Ti Lung was actor and director. He kicked off his film career by enrolling in the Southern Drama School run by the Shaw Brothers. He signed a five years contract with Shaw Brothers and was soon spotted by director Chang Cheh to star in his "Dead End" (1969). During his years with Shaw Brothers, he acted mostly in action films such as “The Heroic Ones” (1970), “The Anonymous Heroes” (1971) and “Duel of Fists” (1971) and became Chang Cheh’s favourite stars, playing mostly the chivalric swordsman on screen. In 1974, he tried film directing wth “Young Lovers on Flying Wheels” (1974) and “The Young Rebel” (1975) when working with Chang’s Film Company in Taipei. In 1975, he starred in Li Han-hsiang’s “The Empress Dowager” (1975) and “The Last Tempest” (1976), playing the role of Emperor Guangxu. In 1976, he starred in a series of martial arts films adapted from Gu Long's novels, such as "The Magic Blade" (1976), "Clans of Intrigue" (1977) and "The Sentimental Swordsman" (1977). In 1985, he left Shaw Brothers with over 80 titles under his credits. In 1986, he was awarded Best Actor by the Golden Horse Awards with “A Better Tomorrow”. In 1999, he won the Best Male Supporting Actor Award at the Hong Kong Film Awards with “The Kid”. His recent appearance in films include "Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon" (2008) and “All You Need Is Love” (2015).