Another conman of sorts, he is one of many actors who would play in either Kung-fu or Modern films with ease. This flexibility helped him stay employed longer than those who were basically "Up and Coming" stars in the kung-fu business, as he was rarely out of work. In one of his funniest scenes, he had me cracking up, when he played the unsympathetic Undertaker in, Dirty Kung Fu with Wong Yu. He presides over a funeral, while (obviously) high and even let's everyone know it.
He's cut from the same mold as fellow actor Fong Kin-Man, in that he can be found cheating people in the Casino or scheming to earn a quick buck at someone else's expense. Comedy is his forte and he does it as well as the top-notch kung-fu fighters are at their jobs. He's played everything from a Swindler to a Pimp, but in whatever he plays, look for him to be having fun in his portrayals. He can make some of the silliest faces this side of his friend Tu Shiao-Ming, and though he can't fight a lick, he is still quite entertaining.
"I could go on speaking, but I've just had a nice pipe of Opium,
my mouth is dry, and I'm having trouble keeping my eyes open...."
- Dirty Kung Fu