Mr. Sam Hui
Actor, singer and composer, Sam Hui’s canto pop songs are hugely popular because they often depicted the livelihood of the common folk, were couched in very simple and folksy language. Graduated from the University of Hong Kong in Psychology, he formed a band called “The Lotus” in 1967. In 1971, he started to co-host “The Hui Brothers' Show” TV show with his brother Michael Hui, which won popular acclaim. Hui’s film career kicked off in 1972 when he played in the film "Black Alley Princes" (1973). In 1974, he founded Hui’s Film Company together with his brother and made their first film "Games Gamblers Play" (1974) which topped the box office record that year. He later made "The Private Eyes" (1976), "Security Unlimited" (1981) and other blockbuster movies. Hui also starred in Cinema City films like "Aces Go Places" series, "The Legend of Wisely" (1987) and Tsui Hark’s "Swordsman" (1990). He retired after finishing the film “All’s Well Ends Well, Too” (1993).