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張國榮  ♂
Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing
Cheung Fat-Chung,  Gorgor
Born: September 12th, 1956 (Hong Kong) - Died: April 1st, 2003

Filmography (1978-2014)
  Actor (58 films)
    Erotic Dreams of Red Chamber (1978)    
    Dog Bites Dog Bone (1978) ... Guest
    Encore (1980) ... Gigo
    Job Hunter (1981)    
    Teenage Dreamers (1982) ... Jackson Chen
    Energetic 21 (1982) ... Ben Leung Man Bun
    Nomad (1982) ... Louis
    The Drummer (1983) ... Tommy
    First Time (1983) ... Ah Fung
    Little Dragon Maiden (1983) ... Yang Guo / Yang Kang
    Behind the Yellow Line (1984) ... Paul Chan
    Double Decker (1984) ... Eddie
    Merry Christmas (1984) ... John
    The Intellectual Trio (1985) ... Inspector Chan Wing
    Crazy Romance (1985) ... Leslie Cheung
    For Your Heart Only (1985) ... Piggy Chan
    Last Song in Paris (1986) ... Louie
    A Better Tomorrow (1986) ... A Git
    A Chinese Ghost Story (1987) ... Ling Choi San
    A Better Tomorrow II (1987) ... Kit / Billie
    Rouge (1988) ... Master Chen Chen-pang # 12
    Fatal Love (1988) ... Chi Ken Wing
    Aces Go Places V (1989) ... Brother Thief
    A Chinese Ghost Story II (1990) ... Ning Choi San
    Days of Being Wild (1990) ... York
    Once a Thief (1991) ... Jim
    The Banquet (1991) ... Himself/Little B-head
    All's Well End's Well (1992) ... Shang So
    Arrest the Restless (1992) ... Teddy
    Farewell to My Concubine (1993) ... Ching Dau Ji (Cheng Dieyi)
    All's Well End's Well, Too (1993) ... David Copper Feel
    The Eagle Shooting Heroes (1993) ... Huang Yaoshi
    The Bride with White Hair (1993) ... Cho Yi Hang
    The Bride with White Hair 2 (1993) ... Cho Yi Hang
    It's a Wonderful Life (1994) ... Roberto
    He's a Woman, She's a Man (1994) ... Sam Koo Ga Ming
    Long and Winding Road (1994) ... Lam Chiu-Wing
    Over the Rainbow, Under the Skirt (1994) ... Himself
    Ashes of Time (1994) ... Ouyang Feng / Malicious West
    The Chinese Feast (1995) ... Chiu Kong Sun
    The Phantom Lover (1995) ... Song Dan Ping
    Tri-Star (1996) ... Father Zhong Guo Qiang
    Temptress Moon (1996) ... Yu Zhong-Liang / Xiao Xie
    Shanghai Grand (1996) ... Hui Man Keung
    Who's the Woman, Who's the Man (1996) ... Sam Koo Ga Ming
    Viva Erotica (1996) ... Sing
    All's Well, End's Well '97 (1997) ... Himself
    Happy Together (1997) ... Ho Po-Wing
    Ninth Happiness (1998) ... Ma Lun Cheung / Tok Choi
    Anna Magdalena (1998) ... Editor
    A Time to Remember (1998) ... Jin
    Buenos Aires - Zero Degree (1999)    
    Moonlight Express (1999) ... Tatsuya Misawa/Shek Karbo
    The Kid (1999) ... Daniel Lee Siu Wing
    Double Tap (2000) ... Rick Y.H.Pang
    Okinawa: Rendez-vous (2000) ... Jimmy Tong
    From Ashes to Ashes (2000) ... Lawrence
    Inner Senses (2002) ... Jim Law
  Director (1 film)
    From Ashes to Ashes (2000)    
  Writer (3 films)
    Sat Lin Wan (1989)    
    He's a Woman, She's a Man (1994)    
    From Ashes to Ashes (2000)    
  2nd Unit Director (1 film)
    Who's the Woman, Who's the Man (1996)    
  Assistant Director (1 film)
    The Phantom Lover (1995)    
  Story (1 film)
    From Ashes to Ashes (2000)    
  Music (2 films)
    The Phantom Lover (1995)    
    The White-Haired Witch of Lunar Kingdom (2014)    
  Theme Song Composer (4 films)
    Girls Without Tomorrow (1992)    
    The Bride with White Hair (1993)    
    Who's the Woman, Who's the Man (1996)    
    The Kid (1999)    
  Singer (16 films)
    Nomad (1982)    
    The Drummer (1983)    
    On the Wrong Track (1983)    
    Double Trouble (1984)    
    The Intellectual Trio (1985)    
    Crazy Romance (1985)    
    For Your Heart Only (1985)    
    A Better Tomorrow (1986)    
    A Chinese Ghost Story (1987)    
    A Better Tomorrow II (1987)    
    The Other 1/2 & the Other 1/2 (1988)    
    Fatal Love (1988)    
    Aces Go Places V (1989)    
    The Bride with White Hair (1993)    
    Who's the Woman, Who's the Man (1996)    
    The Kid (1999)    
  Executive Producer (1 film)
    The Phantom Lover (1995)    
  Cheung Kwok-Wing (张国荣) was a prominent Hong Kong actor and singer, known for his versatile talent and exceptional contributions to the entertainment industry. Born in 1956, in Hong Kong, Cheung grew up in a musically inclined family, with his father being a successful tailor and his mother a renowned soprano singer.

Cheung's journey to stardom began in the late 1970s when he won the New Talent Singing Contest, a popular singing competition in Hong Kong. His distinctive voice and unique style quickly caught the attention of audiences and music producers, leading to a successful music career. Cheung released numerous hit songs and albums throughout the 1980s and 1990s, earning him a huge fan following in Hong Kong and beyond. He was often referred to as the "God of Songs" (歌神) for his exceptional vocal abilities and emotional performances.

In addition to his singing career, Cheung also had a successful acting career. He made his acting debut in the TV series "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" (網中人) in 1979, and went on to star in a series of popular films, including "Farewell My Concubine" (霸王别姬), "A Better Tomorrow" (英雄本色), and "Days of Being Wild" (阿飛正傳). Cheung was known for his versatility as an actor, excelling in both dramatic and comedic roles, and earning critical acclaim for his performances. He was often praised for his natural charm, charisma, and ability to portray complex emotions on screen.

Cheung's contributions to the entertainment industry were widely recognized and celebrated. He won numerous awards throughout his career, including the Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Actor for his roles in "Rouge" (胭脂扣), "A Chinese Ghost Story" (倩女幽魂), and "Days of Being Wild" (阿飛正傳). He was also awarded the Golden Horse Awards for Best Actor for his role in "Farewell My Concubine" (霸王别姬), and the Asian Film Awards for Best Actor for his role in "Happy Together" (春光乍洩).

Apart from his achievements on screen and in music, Cheung was also known for his philanthropic work and activism. He was an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and openly discussed his own struggles with depression and mental health, helping to raise awareness and reduce stigma surrounding these issues in Hong Kong and beyond.

Tragically, Cheung passed away on April 1, 2003, at the age of 46. His death left a deep void in the entertainment industry, and he continues to be remembered as one of Hong Kong's most beloved and talented stars. His legacy lives on through his timeless music and memorable performances, and he remains an icon of the Asian entertainment industry, admired for his talent, creativity, and his enduring impact on Hong Kong cinema and music.