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Chapman To
Profession: Actor, Producer
Birthdate: 08 June 1972
Birthplace: Hong Kong
Height: 168
Chinese zodiac: Rat
Chapman To's Dramas & Movies
Confession of Pain 
A detective helps a friend investigate the mysterious death of his father.
Released: 2006
Marrying Mr. Perfect
Zhang Yixing or Lay is the perfect guy, top of the class, the perfect son, just perfect. You? Well you just think you're merely average at best. The bomb dropped and soon you will be married to Lay but do you deserve him?
Released: 2014
Diva
Singer J (Joey Yung) has worked her way up to become the reigning pop queen, but she owes much of her success to the machinations of her manager Man (Chapman To). Seemingly enjoying a glamorous life of fame and fortune, J actually feels like a caged bird, secretly yearning to retire as Man pulls her strings and controls even her private life.
Released: 2012
Enter the Phoenix
When gang master Hung died, his two followers Cheung and Chapman To were sent to Thailand to look for his son, Georgie Hung, to succeed him. Georgie, who is gay and lives as a cook with his boyfriend Frankie, is uninterested to continue his father's work.
Released: 2014
Vulgaria
To (Chapman To Man-chak), a long-time film producer, has yet to produce anything resembling a hit. Beset by financial troubles, he has become desperate for money - so much so that he is unable to pay the alimony to his ex-wife (Kristal Tin).
Released: 2012
Mr. and Mrs. Player
Chinese Feng Shui master, Carson was a real ladies' man, he had never been in a stable relationship. Carson was a "Natural Born Player", taking names and breaking hearts.
Released: 2014
The Midas Touch
We do not have any description for this movie yet.
Released: 2013
Rebellion
Notorious of its unpeace, the South district (in Hong Kong island) is ruled by five gangs. The five leaders, Jimmy (Calvin Poon), Coffee (Paul Wong), Jupiter (Convoy Chan), Sand (Jun Kung) and Man Ching (Anson Leung) share the same power over the area.
Released: 2014
Du cheng feng yun 
The story starts with small-time conman Cool (Nicholas Tse), whose undercover policeman half-brother (Phillip Ng) is murdered by Ko (Gao Hu), the head of an illegal gambling syndicate. Cool seeks the help of "Magic Hands" Ken (Chow Yun Fat), a legendary gambler turned casino security consultant, to battle Ko.
Released: 2014
The Bounty
Former cop Shifeng Cao (Chapman To), now unemployed and living off of his savings, learns of 400,000 HK bounty placed on a wanted criminal. He then makes a trip out to the Lazy Inn Hotel in hopes to track the criminal's whereabouts.
Released: 2013
Mr & Mrs Player
Chinese Feng Shui master, Carson was a real ladies' man, he had never been in a stable relationship. Carson was a "Natural Born Player", taking names and breaking hearts.
Released: 2013
Black Comedy
Detective Johnny Du (Wong Cho Lam) was smart and agile but his short height has hindered him from joining the G4 protection detail for the HK Chief Executive. His sassy girlfriend bullied him all the time, leaving him depressed at work and at home.
Released: 2014
King of Mahjong
A family comedy set in modern times, KING OF MAHJONG illustrates how friendship among kampong kakis ("buddies") and love between family members underscore all ambitions and desire for power. Movie viewers can expect the boisterous characters to generate loads of witty, well-timed, jokes and look forward to lots of lively repartee.
Released: 2015
Gam gai SSS 
A prostitute (Sandra Ng) helps a former flame (Nick Cheung) adapt to a new life after his release from prison.
Released: 2014
Flirting in the Air
Frequent collaborators Wong Jing and Chapman To return with a new raunchy comedy in Flirting in the Air, a mashup of the Stephen Chow classic Flirting Scholar and TVB series Triumph in the Skies! This time around, To takes the role of a Casanova pilot named Captain Cool, who, along with buddies Sam (Lam Tze Chung, Kung Fu Hustle) and Guy (Dominic...
Released: 2015
Hello Babies
Hello Babies is about two married couples. Dai Zhi and Cher decide not to have children to maintain their peaceful lifestyle.
Released: 2014
Aberdeen 
The extended Cheng family, which, like Aberdeen harbor's Chinese namesake, represents today's "Little Hong Kong" and its myriad of contradictions between traditions and modernity; superstitions and materialism; family and individuality.
Released: 2014
Chor gei 
Sara involved in an investigation and her editor afraid of offending powerful politicians and businessmen, against it. Sara exiles herself to Thailand. There She meets child prostitute Dok-my and Sara becomes haunted by her memories.
Released: 2014
Ho ching 2 
A sex comedy which parodies Japanese adult film industry through various iconic scenes with exaggerated expressions.
Released: 2014
Naked Ambition 2
An honors graduate in literature, Wyman is stuck writing cheap erotic fiction, but somehow ends up starring in an AV film. Suddenly a porn superstar in Japan, he discovers a whole new world fraught with pleasure, pain and more twists...
Released: 2015
The Mobfathers 
Every three years, the five leading gangs elect a representative to stand for election to be the mobfather of the underworld. Each of the candidates has his strength and his weaknesses, and there is understandably a decided lack of trust amongst the gangs. With each fighting for his gang’s own vested interests, what will be the outcome?
Released: 2016
Marry a Perfect Man
Winnie, a Beijing lady in her late twenties, is regarded by her elder brother and sister-in-law as an old maid. From time to time, they exert pressure on Winnie to get married so that she will move out to vacant her room for their kids.
Released: 2012
A Simple Life
Inspired by a true story, the film tells about a heartwarming relationship between a young master of a big family, Roger (Andy Lau) and the servant of the family who raised him, Sister Peach (Deannie Yip).
Released: 2011
Love Is a Many Stupid Thing
Inspector Nat (Natalis Chan) send three undercover cops Ray (Chapman To), Tom (Shawn Yue) and Chubbie (Lam Chi-chung) to infiltrate triad boss Sam (Eric Tsang). Sam also sent Watson (Raymond Wong) as a mole to the police force.
Released: 2014
Marry a Perfect Man
Winnie, a Beijing lady in her late twenties, is regarded by her elder brother and sister-in-law as an old maid. From time to time, they exert pressure on Winnie to get married so that she will move out to vacant her room for their kids.
Released: 2012
All's Well Ends Well 2011
A divorcée creates a website that links up single men and women.
Released: 2011
A Simple Life
Inspired by a true story, the film tells about a heartwarming relationship between a young master of a big family, Roger (Andy Lau) and the servant of the family who raised him, Sister Peach (Deannie Yip).
Released: 2011
The Jade and the Pearl
The Jade and the Pearl: Jade and the Pearl?s genre and massive cast seem to indicate a Lunar New Year offering, but The Powers That Be apparently decided that mid-summer would also be a good time for a film with extended wackiness, unchecked acting and wall-to-wall cameo appearances. These types of movies are a staple of Hong Kong Cinema,...
Released: 2014
Confession of Pain 
A detective helps a friend investigate the mysterious death of his father.
Released: 2006
Triple Tap
Champion competitive marksman Ken comes across an armored van robbery. He sees a policeman held hostage and shoots and kills four of the robbers.
Released: 2010
Ex
Chin do: The film about the dreams of lovers who overcome the most unexpected obstacles.
Released: 2010
La comédie humaine
Yan gaan hei kat: Two weeks ago, an unnamed assassin for hire meets Soya, a frustrated screenwriter in Hong Kong. The former is an epitome of coolness and the latter is.
Released: 2010
Tung moon
After a top gangster is murdered, his second-in-command must prevent an uprising by rival gangs.
Released: 2009
Infernal Affairs
MING (Andy Lau) is a mole in the police department. On the command of his Triad boss SAM (Eric Tsang), he became a cop when he was merely 18.
Released: 2002
Lady Cop & Papa Crook
A corrupt red oil kingpin enlists the aid of a female police officer to help find his son.
Released: 2008
Infernal Affairs II
In the prequel of Infernal Affairs. Chan Wing Yan has been expelled from police academy in cause of his relatives to the triad.
Released: 2003
Parking
On Mother's Day in Taipei, Chen Mo makes a date for dinner with his wife, hoping to bring their estranged relationship back together. While buying a cake on his way home, a car unexpectedly double parks next to his car, preventing his exit.
Released: 2008
Black Comedy
Detective Johnny Du (Wong Cho Lam) was smart and agile but his short height has hindered him from joining the G4 protection detail for the HK Chief Executive. His sassy girlfriend bullied him all the time, leaving him depressed at work and at home.
Released: 2014
Mou gaan dou III: Jung gik mou gaan
Because Chan was being expelled from the school in 1991, SP Yeung Kam Wing graduated, with all police reports distinctions, being the first in whole class. Twelve year later, he was being sent, working to Lau.
Released: 2003
Tau man ji D
Two mountain road racers, Nakazato and Takahashi, challenged each other to find the best racers, and defeat them in "battles". Nakazato was surprisingly defeated by an old Toyota Trueno AE86 (Corolla in the US) one night, and he searched for the person who defeated him, which lead him to the Speedstars, a local team.
Released: 2005
Ho ching 2 
A sex comedy which parodies Japanese adult film industry through various iconic scenes with exaggerated expressions.
Released: 2014
Mr. and Mrs. Gambler
Manfred and Flora are degenerate gamblers who can gamble on anything 24 hours a day seven days a week. Though they have come across each other a few times at the casino, they have not left any lasting impression upon each other.
Released: 2012
Gong wu
When Triad leader Hung's wife gives birth to a baby boy, Hung considers leaving the world of the gangsters. Despite the fact that he is not sure of his decision, word gets out fast and now, a brutal war begins in the world of "jiang-hu".
Released: 2004
The Kidnap
Want to be famous? Hong Kong/Chinese gangland thriller The Kidnap has a cautionary tale to tell to all those X-factor wannabes who dream of making it into the world of entertainment. The film is apparently based (pinch of salt for artistic licence required here perhaps) on some “real-life” incidents that have occurred in the Asia’s showbiz...
Released: 2010
Aberdeen 
The extended Cheng family, which, like Aberdeen harbor's Chinese namesake, represents today's "Little Hong Kong" and its myriad of contradictions between traditions and modernity; superstitions and materialism; family and individuality.
Released: 2014
Laughing Gor - Qian Zui Fan
Undercover cop Laughing (Michael Tse) enters prison to track inmate and corrupt cop Tai Chit (Chapman To). Laughing then meets fellow prisoner Fok Tin Yam (Francis Ng), who is a former professor now imprisoned for drug dealing.
Released: 2011
Da lao ai mei li
When gang master Hung died, his two followers Cheung and Chapman To were sent to Thailand to look for his son, Georgie Hung, to succeed him. Georgie, who is gay and lives as a cook with his boyfriend Frankie, is uninterested to continue his father's work.
Released: 2004
The Bounty
Former cop Shifeng Cao (Chapman To), now unemployed and living off of his savings, learns of 400,000 HK bounty placed on a wanted criminal. He then makes a trip out to the Lazy Inn Hotel in hopes to track the criminal's whereabouts.
Released: 2013
Du cheng feng yun 
The story starts with small-time conman Cool (Nicholas Tse), whose undercover policeman half-brother (Phillip Ng) is murdered by Ko (Gao Hu), the head of an illegal gambling syndicate. Cool seeks the help of "Magic Hands" Ken (Chow Yun Fat), a legendary gambler turned casino security consultant, to battle Ko.
Released: 2014
The Sorcerer and the White Snake
White Snake (Eva Huang), while in the guise of a beautiful woman, falls in love with a young herbalist named Xu Xian (Raymond Lam). Using the help of the Green Snake (Charlene Choi) is a risk to life is sent to the human world and married to Xu Xian.
Released: 2011
The Beautiful Country
One of the consequences of America's involvement in the Vietnam war, was the children of GI's by their Vietnamese wives and lovers. For years those women who were involved with Americans were social outcasts, treated as collaborators while their children, even when living with grandparents, endured taunts and abuse.
Released: 2004
Hotel Deluxe
Brand new “Hundred Stars Hotel” is a well-equipped five-star hotel located at Qiandao Lake, Hangzhou. However, this hotel is run by a group of incompetent staff including OK (Ronald Cheng) the Assistant Manager, Pacino (Chapman To) the Chief Bartender, Peach (Sandra Ng) the Head of Housekeeping and Sammy (Janelle Sing) the Receptionist.
Released: 2014
Gam gai SSS 
A prostitute (Sandra Ng) helps a former flame (Nick Cheung) adapt to a new life after his release from prison.
Released: 2014
Love in Space
An ensemble romantic comedy, LOVE IN SPACE is the follow up to the directing team's box office hit, HOT SUMMER DAYS. The story follows a mother and her three grown daughters as they juggle their assorted love lives.
Released: 2011
Looking for Mister Perfect
Grace is a hard-boiled detective who is dedicated only to her work and not to love. Despite two men's love for her, she doesn't believe in love yet she has dreams about a Prince Charming.
Released: 2003
Rebellion
Notorious of its unpeace, the South district (in Hong Kong island) is ruled by five gangs. The five leaders, Jimmy (Calvin Poon), Coffee (Paul Wong), Jupiter (Convoy Chan), Sand (Jun Kung) and Man Ching (Anson Leung) share the same power over the area.
Released: 2014
Mr & Mrs Player
Chinese Feng Shui master, Carson was a real ladies' man, he had never been in a stable relationship. Carson was a "Natural Born Player", taking names and breaking hearts.
Released: 2013
Hi, Fidelity
When a rich middle-aged housewife discovers that her husband has been cheating on her she goes out with two friends to a male brothel in mainland China.
Released: 2011
Gau lung bing sat
Kako toiu kataki [Japan]
Released: 2001
From Vegas to Macau
The story starts with small-time conman Cool (Nicholas Tse), whose undercover policeman half-brother (Phillip Ng) is murdered by Ko (Gao Hu), the head of an illegal gambling syndicate. Cool seeks the help of "Magic Hands" Ken (Chow Yun Fat), a legendary gambler turned casino security consultant, to battle Ko.
Released: 2014
The Midas Touch
We do not have any description for this movie yet.
Released: 2013
Men Suddenly in Love
No description
Released: 2011
Diva
Singer J (Joey Yung) has worked her way up to become the reigning pop queen, but she owes much of her success to the machinations of her manager Man (Chapman To). Seemingly enjoying a glamorous life of fame and fortune, J actually feels like a caged bird, secretly yearning to retire as Man pulls her strings and controls even her private life.
Released: 2012
Eternal Moment
The film is a sequel to the television drama, Cherish Our Love Forever (1998), which was also directed by Zhang.[1] The film follows the two leads from that earlier drama (played by Xu Jinglei and Li Yapeng) reuniting after being apart for 12 years.
Released: 2011
Vulgaria
To (Chapman To Man-chak), a long-time film producer, has yet to produce anything resembling a hit. Beset by financial troubles, he has become desperate for money - so much so that he is unable to pay the alimony to his ex-wife (Kristal Tin).
Released: 2012
Mr. and Mrs. Incredible
In ancient China, a husband and wife, both of them retired superheroes, contend with the high cost of living, infertility, and other contemporary life issues.
Released: 2011
Diva
Singer J (Joey Yung) has worked her way up to become the reigning pop queen, but she owes much of her success to the machinations of her manager Man (Chapman To). Seemingly enjoying a glamorous life of fame and fortune, J actually feels like a caged bird, secretly yearning to retire as Man pulls her strings and controls even her private life.
Released: 2012
Ex
Chin do: The film about the dreams of lovers who overcome the most unexpected obstacles.
Released: 2010