Chow Yun-Fat in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Chow Yun-Fat (1955 - )

aka Yun-Fat Chow

(Chow is his surname. In Chinese culture, the surname usually precedes the given name.)

Film Deaths

  • A Better Tomorrow (Ying hung boon sik) (1986) [Mark]: Machine gunned to death after being shot in the head.
  • A Better Tomorrow II (Ying hung boon sik II) (1987) [Ken]: Mortally wounded in the final shootout along Ti Lung and Dean Shek. They die after talking to Kenneth Tsang.
  • City on Fire (Lung fu fong wan) (1987) [Ko Chow]: Shot to death in the films climatic shoot-out.
  • Flaming Brothers (Jiang hu long hu men) (1987) [Cheung Ho-Tin]: Executed along with Alan Tang and Patrick Tse by the police, they died after he talk to Tang.
  • City War (Yi dan hong chun) (1988) [Officer Dick Lee Chiu]: Mortally wounded in the final shootout and supposedly dies in Ti Lung's arms at the end. Though unclear, it seems extremely likely he didn't survive.
  • All About Ah-Long (Ah-Long dik goo si) (1989) [Ah-Long]: Dies in a motorbike explosion.
  • The Killer (Dip huet seung hung) (1989) [Ah Jong]: Shot in the chest and eyes by Fui-On Shing. He dies as he reaches out to Sally Yeh.
  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) [Li-Mu-bai]: Shot with a poisoned dart by Pei-Pei Cheng (who he manages to kill in return); he dies while talking to Michelle Yeoh.
  • Dragonball: Evolution (2009) [Master Roshi]: Strangled to death by Justin Chatwin while Justin is in his giant ape form; he dies after returning Justin to normal and is revived when Justin uses the Dragonballs to bring him back to life.
  • Confucius (Kong Zi) (2010) [Confucius]: Dies of natural causes while sitting down.
  • Let the Bullets Fly (Rang zi dan fei) (2010) [Master Huang]: Dies when the roof he's on explodes.
  • Shanghai (2010) [Anthony Lan-ting]: Shot to death. 
  • The Last Tycoon (Da Shang Hai) (2012) [Cheng Daiqi]: Machine gunned while sitting in his car.
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