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He Jiaju

He Jiaju (1948 ~ 2015)

He Jiaju's Information

Chinese name: He Jiaju

Nationality: Chinese

Nationality: Han

Constellation: Pisces

Height: 183cm

Weight: 78Kg

Place of birth: Hong Kong

Date of Birth: March 14, 1948

Died: January 27, 2015

Occupation: Movie Actor, Star Artist

Representative works: "Prison Situation", "Thunderbolt Vanguard", "Life Imprisonment", "School Situation"

Main achievements: Best Supporting Actor in the 7th Hong Kong Film Awards, 1988

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He Jiaju -Hong Kong actor

He Jiaju (March 14, 1948-January 27, 2015), born in Hong Kong, an actor in Hong Kong.

In 1978, he was the screenwriter of the film "Inside and Outside the Wall"; in 1987, he starred in "Prison Situation" and won the Best Supporting Actor in the 7th Hong Kong Film Awards. In 1989, he made a guest appearance in the movie "Bright Sky Dragon Tiger" directed by Ren Tai. In 1992, he participated in the filming and performance of the movie " Huang Feihong 's Two Men Become Stronger". In 1993, he starred in the comedy film directed by Wang Jing. In 2004, he participated in the Hong Kong Chinese comedy film "Running on the Road"; later, he participated in the shooting and performance of the horror film "Newcomer Roast Pork Bun" directed by Tian Yan.

At 4:53 am on January 27, 2015, He Jiaju died at the age of 66.

acting experience

In 1987, he played the villain in the film "Prison Situation", and then starred in the movie "The Killing Holiday House" produced by Zongheng Production Co., Ltd .; then he co-produced the movie "Dragon in Prison" with Andy Lau ; in the same year, he also starred in Pan Wenjie. The director's crime film "The Emperor of Shanghai" also played Ka-Kui Ho in the drama; then he collaborated with Liming and Li Jiaxin to star in the mythical film "The Flying Fox".

In 1988, he directed the film "Rose Story"; subsequently starred with Andy Lau , Zheng Zeshi, Mo Shaocong, Hui Yinghong, Miao Qiaowei, Tang Zhenye and others in the Hong Kong drama "Dragon Family"; and starred in Zhou Xingchi 's movie "Thunderbolt Pioneer". The film made a guest appearance; in the same year he starred in the Hong Kong crime film School Storm and played Happy in the film.

In 1989, he co-starred with Andy Lau, Carina Lau and Wan Ziliang in the movie "The Dragon Tigers" directed by Ren Tai.

In 1991, he played the role of warden in the Hong Kong crime film "King of Power"; he also starred in the movie "The 500 Million Inspector Rai Luo" directed by Liu Guochang and Andy Lau; in the same year he also participated in the film "Zhi Zai" directed by Ye Chengkang Out of Place "and played Brother Tong in the play.

In 1992, he participated in the costume film directed by Xu Ke, "Huang Feihong No. 2 Boys as Self-Strengthening" and was nominated for the 12th Hong Kong Film Awards (1993); then he appeared in the costume myth film "Liao Zhai Yan Tan" directed by Lan Naicai. ``; And participated in the shooting and performance of the Hong Kong horror film "Long Cao Monk" directed by Li Jiming; subsequently starred in the Hong Kong film "If the Love Is Everlasting II" directed by Chen Musheng ; in the same year he also starred in the Hong Kong film "The Emperor of Shanghai Emperor" by Pan Wenjie "And a guest appearance in the play.

In 1994, he participated in and starred in the Hong Kong film "999 Who Is the Murderer" directed by Gao Linbao; he also participated in the shooting and performance of the Hong Kong film "Dragon of Dreams of Wan Chai" directed by Zhu Jisheng.

In 1995, he co-starred with Andy Lau, Guan Zhilin , and filmed the film "The Great Adventurer" in the show; he subsequently guest-starred in the comedy film "The Best Season of Flowers " directed by Xu Ke; and also starred in the film with Zheng Shaoqiu, Li Jiaxin, and Ren Dahua "Drunken Boxing 3"; in the same year, he also participated in the shooting and performance of the comedy film "Full Man" by Xu Ke.

In 1996, he starred in the Hong Kong war movie "The Jedi Wolf" and played Feng Shizhen in the drama; then he played the male shochu in the comedy film "Sky in Mong Kok" directed by Liu Hongquan; in the same year he also starred in the action-oriented real-life adaptation film directed by Ma Tianyao "Six Witches" and guest appearances in the drama; and participated in the shooting and performance of the suspense film "The Desperate Killing of Archives" directed by Li Jiming.

In 1999, he starred in the film "The Life of a Black Prison", directed by Liang Hongfa, with a prison theme as the background.

In 2000, he starred in the Hong Kong film "Mercedes" directed by Liu Baoxian and played the role of village chief in the play.

In 2004, he participated in the shooting and performance of Hong Kong Chinese comedy film "Runway Veyron"; later, he played Zheng Zhong in the Hong Kong and Taiwan horror film "Newcomer Roasted Pork Bun" directed by Tian Yan; in the same year, he also starred in Xia Zhanshi's Hong Kong Lingyi The movie "The Ghost World".

At 4:53 am on January 27, 2015, He Jiaju died at the age of 66. On February 11, he died in a funeral home in Kowloon.

Character evaluation

He Jiaju is a front-line film and television actor in Hong Kong in the 1980s. He is known as the first of the "Big Four" in the Hong Kong entertainment industry. Make a deep impression (Phoenix Online Review). He Jiaju and Andy Lau's crime film "Dragon in Prison" and the later participatory film showed the murderer to the fullest, which was affirmed by a large number of audiences (public comment).

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