Lam Chi Chung (1976)

Lam Chi Chung (1976)

Other Name: 林子聰 林子聪 Lam Tsz Chung Lam Tze Chung Лам Цзе-Чун

Age: 48

Birthday: August, 16, 1976

Nationality: British Hong Kong

Height: 170 CM

Zodiac sign: Leo

Born in Hong Kong, the multi-talented Lam Tze Chung/Lam Chi Chung joined the industry as a screenwriter for TVB in 1995 and began working on primetime popular music and variety specials such as “City Breaking News”. He was snapped up by international comedian/director Stephen Chow to join his writing team at The Star Overseas Ltd., and worked on the highest grossing Hong Kong film in history “Shaolin Soccer”.

With the mega success of “Shaolin Soccer”, Lam was quickly offered comedic roles in many Hong Kong films, he starred opposite Andy Lau in “Dance of a Dream” directed by Andrew Lau, and Cecilia Cheung in “Cat and Mouse” directed by Gordon Chan. In 2003, he wrote and starred in a horror/comedy internet film “Three: the Elevator”.

In 2004, he starred opposite U.S. sensation William Hung and the legendary Nancy Sit in “Mama Go Crazy”, and also continued his writing and acting collaboration with Stephen Chow on the international hit film “Kung Fu Hustle”. As a director, he directed a short film/music video for pop singer Edwin Siu starring Cherrie Ying and also the Making Of.


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