Chinese name: 林正英
Foreign name: Ching-Ying Lam
Alias: Uncle Ying, Ji Shu, Master Zhengying
Blood type: A
Place of birth: Hong Kong
Date of Birth: December 27, 1952
Died: November 08, 1997
Occupation: Actor, Director, Wushu Instructor, Dragon Tiger Master, Producer
Representative works: prodigal son, Mr. Zombie, Zombie Family, Mr. Spiritual Fantasy, Yimeidaoren
Seven Little Blessings, Exorcism Police, Mr. New Zombie, Chief Zombie
Main Achievement: Best Action Director of the 2nd Hong Kong Film Awards (winning)
Best Action Direction at the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards (winning and nominated twice)
Original name: Lin Genbao
Dubbing: Jin Gui, Zhou Yongguang
imdb number: nm0482580
Active years: 1969 to 1997
Ching-Ying Lam (December 27, 1952-November 8, 1997), formerly known as Lin Genbao, was born in Hong Kong, a male artist in Hong Kong, China.
In 1963, Lin Zhengying studied Peking Opera with the master of pink chrysanthemums who founded the Hong Kong Chunqiu Drama Academy. In 1969, 17-year-old Lin Zhengying entered the film industry as a dragon and tiger martial artist. Later, he became Bruce Lee 's left and right arm with Chen Huiyi. In 1971, Lin Zhengying starred in the movie "Brother Tangshan" and served as the assistant martial arts director. In 1973, Bruce Lee died, and subsequently, Lin Zhengying entered the Hong family class formed by Hong Jinbao. In 1982, Lin Zhengying won the second Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Action Direction with his movie "The Prodigal Son". In 1983, Lin Zhengying was awarded the best action instruction of the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards for his comedy film "Fantastic Tactics". In 1985, Lin Zhengying, who has been in the film industry for many years, became popular in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia with a psychic horror film "Mr. Zombie" and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the 5th Hong Kong Film Awards. In 1988, Lin Zhengying was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the 25th Taiwan Film Golden Horse Awards for his movie "Seven Little Fortunes". In 1989, Lin Zhengying independently directed the psychic horror movie "Eyebrow" for the first time. In 1992, Lin Zhengying partnered with Qian Xiaohao and Xu Guanying again to star in the spiritual zombie film "Mr. New Zombie", and continued to write about his apprenticeship. In 1994, Lin Zhengying shot the movie "The Green Hornet" and paid tribute to Bruce Lee. In 1995, Lam Ching Ying was commissioned by Hong Kong Asia Television (ATV) to pay a million-dollar gift to perform the TV series "Zombie Road Leader". From this, Lam Ching Ying began his television career. The play is also regarded as the film's resurgence. However, on November 8, 1997, Lin Zhengying died at the age of 45 at the St. Teresa Hospital in Kowloon, Hong Kong because of advanced liver cancer.
Lin Zhengying was poor when he was a child. His parents helped him to feed for a living. He had six brothers and sisters. Lin Zhengying ranked third. Like his siblings, Lin Zhengying studied at Lutheran Church Primary School for two years, but then dropped out. Later, in 1963, Lin Zhengying joined I went to the Hong Kong Chunqiu Theatre Academy (Peking Opera Troupe) and went to the Peking Opera class with the help of Peking opera master Chrysanthemum, and joined Qian Yuesheng, Dong Wei, Meng Hai, Zhong Fa, Hui Tianci, Chen Long, Zun Long, and Luo Jiaying. Lin Zhengying started performing after half a year of training. The first repertoire was called "White Beach", but his Peking Opera career lasted only five years, and he was transferred to the movie circle after being introduced by a friend.
In 1969, seventeen-year-old Lin Zhengying entered the film industry and worked for the old Hong Kong film and television company Shaw Film Company as a dragon and tiger martial artist. He was a petite figure and had been a substitute for many actresses (such as Zheng Peipei).
In 1971, Lin Zhengying was invited to set up Jiahe Film Company for more than one year, and began to work as a martial arts instructor. In the first Kung Fu movie "Brother Tangshan" starring Bruce Lee back in Hong Kong, he worked with Han Yingjie and Chen Huiyi as martial arts directors; and Lin Zhengying was personally invited by Bruce Lee to serve as the assistant martial arts director of the film and played A Ying in the film . It was during the cooperation period that Lin Zhengying and Chen Huiyi were able to complete the actions required by Bruce Lee. With tacit understanding, Chen was good at shooting (the side who was hit in Kung Fu movies), and Lin was good at shooting (the side who was hit in Kung Fu movies), becoming Bruce Lee's left arm and right arm.
In 1972, he continued to cooperate with Bruce Lee as the martial arts director for this film in the action film "Jing Wu Men", which was written, directed and performed by Bruce Lee.
In 1973, in the filming of Bruce Lee ’s original Hong Kong movie “Dragon Fighting Tigers”, Bruce Lee specially invited the owner of Jiahe, Zou Wenhuai, to transfer Lin Zhengying back to Hong Kong to serve as a martial arts director. Bruce Lee also did not turn on the film without Lin Zhengying. In the following years, Lin Zhengying has appeared in movies as a martial arts director, and has served as a martial arts director in movies such as "Death Game" and "Lin Shirong".
In the late 1970s, due to the death of Bruce Lee, Sammo Hung grew rapidly, and the Hong Family was established. Lin Zhengying joined as a member. After that, Lin Zhengying also became one of the backbones of the Hong family.
In 1980, Lin Zhengying made a cameo in the movie "Ghost Fighting Ghost", which marked the beginning of Hong Kong's fantasy zombie film.
In 1982, Lin Zhengying played the leading role in the action movie "The Prodigal Son" and played Wing Chun's famous teacher Liang Erhuan, demonstrating his Peking opera skills and the martial arts experience accumulated in the film industry under the pink chrysanthemum door. At the same time, Lin Zhengying cooperated with Hong Jinbao, Yuan Biao and Chen Huiyi behind the scenes, defeating the Liu Jiaban, Yuan Jiaban, Chengjia and other finalists, and won the second Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Action Direction Award. Lin Zhengying played an old and weak Taoist in another horror movie "Scaring" and was nominated for Best Action Direction in the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards.
In 1983, Lin Zhengying acted as a steward in the comedy film "Five Wise Stars", and also acted as an action director to win the best action director of the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards.
In 1984, Lin Zhengying participated in the psychic horror film "Scared Ghosts", playing the careful drama master uncle in the film. In the same year, Lin Zhengying played the sergeant in the movie "Shuang Yong Cannon" starring Wu Yaohan, Cen Jianxun and Ye Dexian.
In 1985, Lin Zhengying co-starred with Qian Xiaohao and Xu Guanying in the spiritual kung fu film "Mr. Zombie" directed by Liu Guanwei, playing the role of Uncle Maoshan Dao and Jiu Jiu in the film. It is the Taoist role in the film that holds a peach sword and wears a robe. Image on the way to the film. The film was first released in the Taipei area and caused a sensation, and it was released in Hong Kong for 28 days. The cumulative box office revenue was more than 20 million Hong Kong dollars (20092129 Hong Kong dollars, see the 1985 Hong Kong film market total box office rankings). This film set off the film and television industry in Hong Kong. The craze for zombie-themed movies. Lin Zhengying was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the Fifth Hong Kong Film Awards. In the same year, Lin Zhengying was nominated for best action design in the 5th Hong Kong Film Awards for his participation in the film "Fu Xing Gao Zhao".
In 1986, Lin Zhengying starred in the psychic zombie movie "Zombie Family", which was released in Hong Kong for 21 days and won a total of more than 17 million Hong Kong dollars (17,072,137 Hong Kong dollars). Good response, there was a brief zombie boom.
In 1987, when he was in the limelight, Lin Zhengying starred in a zombie theme movie "Mr. Spirit", which was released in Hong Kong for 21 days and won a total of more than 19 million Hong Kong dollars (19,460,536 Hong Kong dollars, see the 1987 Hong Kong film market total box office) ranking).
In 1988, Lin Zhengying starred in Lin Lingdong's action movie "School Situation", playing the police Haige. In the same year, Lin Zhengying played the role of uncle A Hua in the Peking Opera class in the drama "Seven Little Fortunes" and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the 25th Taiwan Film Golden Horse Awards.
In 1989, when the traditional Maoshan zombie film in Hong Kong was followed, repeated imitations and gradually lost the audience, Lin Zhengying integrated western vampires and zombies into the Hong Kong zombie film, and independently directed the psychic horror movie "Eyebrow Men" for the first time. The novel effect of talking with Christians about chickens and ducks, fighting Maoshan and Western zombies has gained good reputation again. After the film was released, the box office exceeded HK $ 10 million (HK $ 11,192,048, see the total box office ranking of the Hong Kong Film Market in 1989), which also opened up the idea of Hong Kong filmmakers to re-examine local zombie movies.
In the early 1990s, Lin Zhengying played Qu Yang in the movie "Swordsman", starring Xu Guanjie and Zhang Min, and Liu Zhengfeng played by Wu Ma on the bridge's piano and flute ensemble "Laughter in the Sea" was impressive. At the end of the year, Hong Kong ’s zombie movie set off a wave of creation again. Lin Zhengying filmed a movie called “Exorcise Police” on the case of Maoshan ’s zombie film and police team. In "The Museum", the police partner and the corpse fighting method, but the performance is still Maoshan.
In 1991, Lin Zhengying filmed a funny movie "African Monk", in which the creative works of Maoshan magic, exotic customs, African indigenous, and the kind of zombies ancestors vs. African giants. At the box office, it has accumulated more than 10 million Hong Kong dollars at the box office for 20 days. (HK $ 10,956,105, see the total box office ranking of the Hong Kong Film Market in 1991)
In 1992, Lin Zhengying produced 8 psychedelic horror films a year. Among them, Lin Zhengying partnered with Qian Xiaohao and Xu Guanying again, and continued to write the master and apprentice spiritual zombie film "Mr. New Zombie" with the highest box office, but not more than 10 million Hong Kong dollars (HK $ 6,365,497, see the Hong Kong film market total box office ranking in 1992). Since then, Lin Zhengying has also made zombie-themed movies, but due to the crude production of other movies of the same theme, this type of film has become unpopular, and Lin Zhengying's film journey has begun to show a downward trend.
In 1993, Lin Zhengying participated in the film "Yin Yang Fa Wang of Painted Skin" starring Zheng Shaoqiu and Wang Zuxian , and played the Taoist.
In 1994, for the second time as a director, Lin Zhengying remade the movie "The Green Hornet" with the same name as the Hollywood TV series, thereby paying tribute to Bruce Lee.
In 1995, Lam Ching Ying was hired by Hong Kong Asia Television (ATV) to pay the high-million Hong Kong dollar salary to star in the TV series "Zombie Road Chief", thus starting his TV career. This TV series not only won high ratings for ATV, but was also regarded as the resurrection work of Lin Zhengying.
In 1996, Lam Ching Ying gladly accepted the invitation of Hong Kong Asia Television to make "Zombie Chief II" again. In the same year, he participated in the TV series "Waiting for You" as Jianbo.
In 1997, it was originally planned to shoot "Zombie Road Leader III" for ATV, but was informed that he had suffered from liver cancer, and the filming was terminated, and became his last wish (due to the film's overwork, and Lin Zhengying loved drinking normally, under the influence of dual factors , Causing liver cancer). In the same year, Lin Zhengying persisted in acting while suffering from illness, and filmed a " Monk of a Flower " (New Water Margin ) with Xu Jinjiang and Liu Songren. The play was also the last filmed by Lin Zhengying in the world, in which Lin Zhengying played Marshal Bai Yingqi.
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