Yuen Wo Ping, a man of many talents, has been involved with the martial world of Asian cinema since the early ’60s as an actor, then began his career as a action director in the ’70s, then moving on to directing some truly great films beginning in the late ’70s. Yuen Wo Ping began working in the early ’60s as an actor with the legendary Shaw Brothers studios. While only playing minor roles in films, his leadership skills shined when working on films as the action director, and eventually the director. HKMDB list Yuen Wo Ping choreography credits to consist of 62 films, that is only of Asian films, you can add a few more American films such as The Matrix trilogy, Charlie’s Angels films, and Kill Bill Vol.1 & 2.
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