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Bobby Au Yeung
Profession: Actor
Birthdate: 28 July 1960
Birthplace: Hong Kong
Height: 180
Chinese zodiac: Rat
Bobby Au Yeung's Dramas & Movies
House of Spirits
When Bou Foon's father died from a broken heart waiting for his grown children to come home for dinner, Foon promised to fulfill his father's last wish of mending his bickering family together. Bou's father had requested in his will that all of them must live together at his rundown home for nine months before they can sell it.
Released: 2016
Forensic Heroes II
Forensic Heroes II (Traditional Chinese: 法證先鋒II) is a TVB modern suspense series broadcast in May 2008 and the second installment of the Forensic Heroes series. The series is a direct sequel to 2006's Forensic Heroes (法證先鋒).
Released: 2013
Forensic Heroes
Tim Sir and the police force are in charge of solving murder cases. Siu Yau is the head of her department.
Released: 2013
House of Harmony and Vengeance
The Tang Dynasty was one of imperial China’s most prosperous periods, in which the arts flourished. The royal family particularly enjoyed a good dance and music performance.
Released: 2013
Men with No Shadows
Medical researcher DR. KONG TUNG KIN (Bobby Au Yeung) is lonely and impolite.
Released: 2013
Your Class or Mine
Pang Kam Tsau (Bobby Au Yeung), out of a deal, asks A-Goddess Yim Ga Lai (Sheren Tang) to educate a few young players from the city's soccer team, trying to get them to achieve both in education as well as in soccer. Problems occur along the way that causes disruptions in both of their teachings, including family and love problems, not to...
Released: 2013
Shine on You
Wan Ding Po Sui (WDPS) is a private school owned by Mr. Wun, who had it established in memory of his deceased parents.
Released: 2013
A Pillow Case of Mystery
Sze Sai Lun, along with his family, comes into town to be its new judge. He soon ends up having to sentence the town fool.
Released: 2013
A Pillow Case of Mystery 2
This is a sequel to A Pillow Case of Mystery, which was released in 2006.
Released: 2013
Always and Ever
The drama follows a love story which spans three lifetimes, from the Song Dynasty to the 1950s-era to the present times (modern era).[1] It is the first on-screen pairing of Au-yeung and Kwan in ten years,[2] with Kwan not frequently acting due to the personal implication of taking care of her daughter.
Released: 2013