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Siu-Lung Leung (Siu Lung Leung) was born on 1948 in Hong Kong, is an Actor, Stunts, Assistant Director. Discover Siu-Lung Leung's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 73 years old?

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Occupation actor,stunts,assistant_director
Age 73 years old
Zodiac Sign
Born 30 November 1947
Birthday 30 November
Birthplace Hong Kong
Nationality Hong Kong

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Siu-Lung Leung Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Made a comeback in films to play the main villain in Stephen Chow's _Kung Fu Hustle (2004)_. [2004]


He was one of the biggest stars in Asian martial-arts films when, in the early 1980s, he took a trip to mainland China, which had banned his films, to try to persuade them to lift the ban. Upon his return he discovered that his fans, especially in Taiwan, did not appreciate what they saw as his "sucking up" to the Red Chinese government and many stopped going to his movies. He found work increasingly difficult to obtain, and by 1988 his career was over. He didn't make another film until 2004.


Born in Hong Kong in 1948, 'Bruce' Leung Siu-Lung was the eldest of twelve brothers (which included stuntman/martial arts actor/action choreographer 'Tony' Leung Siu-Hung) and he obtained his martial arts training from his father at the Cantonese Opera. He also learned different forms of Karate and Kung Fu from different masters, which would serve him well later in films where he showcased his talent in traditional combat and became a kung-fu star during the 70s & 80s. Even though Leung Siu-Lung (Cantonese) "aka Liang Hsiao-Lung (Mandarin)" is his real name, he was known best to international kung-fu fans as Bruce Leung and/or Bruce Liang. His American name, "Bruce" was added on when he took his shot at the Bruce Lee clone phenomenon in the late 70s alongside Bruce Li (real name Ho Chung-Tao), Bruce Le (real name Huang Kin-Lung) and Dragon Lee. Unlike the other Bruce Lee look-a-likes, Leung Siu-Lung was compared to Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan for his effective martial arts, acrobatics and laughable humor; and tried his hand at only a few 'Brucexploitation' films which included 'Bruce and the Iron Finger' (aka Bruce Against the Iron Hand) with Bruce Li, and 'The Dragon Lives Again'. His beginnings in the film industry took off in the early 70s when the legendary Ng. See-Yuen (producer of Jackie Chan's 'Snake in the Eagle's Shadow' and 'Drunken Master') gave him his first role in 'Little Superman', the film that gained him recognition as a kung-fu star. He continued to showcase his mastery in martial arts in classic films like 'My Kung Fu 12 Kicks', Ten Tigers of Shaolin', Showdown at the Equator', 'Kung Fu: The Invisible Fist', 'The Fists, The Kicks & The Evils', 'Black Belt Karate', 'The Fighting Machine' and one of his most memorable roles in the Golden Harvest-produced cult classic, 'Broken Oath', which featured one of Hong Kong's first internationally acclaimed female kung-fu stars, 'Angela' Mao-Ying (Enter the Dragon, Sting of the Dragon Masters "aka When TaeKwonDo Strikes") and Sammo Hung (TV's Martial Law, Jackie Chan's Project A, Magnificent Butcher). He went on to work in numerous kung-fu films in the other years. Some sources say that Leung Siu-Lung gathered the public's attention and earned his fame when he encountered 13 armed attackers and defeated them single-handedly. He was also a talented action choreographer for films where he crafted some quality martial arts sequences for 'The Tattoo Connection' with African-American Karate Champion Jim Kelly (Enter the Dragon, Black Belt Jones), 'Bruce and the Iron Finger' (aka Bruce Against the Iron Hand) with Bruce Li, 'Rich & Famous' with Chow Yun-fat (Crouching Tiger,Hidden Dragon; Bulletproof Monk) and many more throughout the 80s and early 90s. Leung Siu-Lung's unfortunate disappearance from films would follow when he took a visit to Mainland, China, where the Communist government banned his film work.