Though, he's not in the calibre of less than half the actors in the business when it came to fighting, he scored major points with me, when I learned that he helped write one of my favorite films - 5 Fingers Of Death. He falls in that category of actors, who just happen to star in kung-fu movies, but didn't display any true martial-arts ability on the screen, as he was more of a Dramatic actor. Actors of his range fit right in, even if they didn't possess the skills to handle the Hero or assist the villain is some way or another.
He also stood out in films like Spiritual Boxer, as Wong Yu's teacher who helped him defeat villains who easily outclassed him as a fighter. And as the father of Gordon Liu (Wong Fei-Hung) in Challenge Of The Masters, Liu Chia-liang's epic story dealing with the life, times, and training of China's most beloved hero. Regardless of the roles he plays, he always seem to stick more to acting, than fighting.