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Also Known As: Lawrence Chow, Lawrence Chow Jun-Wai, Lawrence Chou Chun-Wai Died:
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Born in Taiwan to a large family of eight brothers and four sisters, Collin Chou began his training in martial arts at the age of five. When he was 12, Chou started his film career as a stunt man before landing his first leading role at the age of 18. After spending two years in service for the Taiwan Army, Chou moved to Hong Kong to pursue acting.Chou, who performs the majority of his own stunts, has exploded on the action scene and appeared in more than 30 feature films for top action directors such as Sammo Hung, Corey Yuen, Tsui Hark, Tony Ching and Yuen Wo Ping. Fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese, Chou is also a former member of Sammo Hung's Stuntman Team. Highlights of Chou's action work include the garage fight from "License to Steal" (1990) and his two fights with Jet Li in "Bodyguard from Beijing" (1994) and "My Father is a Hero"(1995). "The Matrix Reloaded" marked Chou's first American film. His role was reprised for the final chapter of the Matrix film trilogy, "The Matrix Revolutions" (both in 2003)

Born in Taiwan to a large family of eight brothers and four sisters, Collin Chou began his training in martial arts at the age of five. When he was 12, Chou started his film career as a stunt man before landing his first leading role at the age of 18. After spending two years in service for the Taiwan Army, Chou moved to Hong Kong to pursue acting.

Chou, who performs the majority of his own stunts, has exploded on the action scene and appeared in more than 30 feature films for top action directors such as Sammo Hung, Corey Yuen, Tsui Hark, Tony Ching and Yuen Wo Ping. Fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese, Chou is also a former member of Sammo Hung's Stuntman Team. Highlights of Chou's action work include the garage fight from "License to Steal" (1990) and his two fights with Jet Li in "Bodyguard from Beijing" (1994) and "My Father is a Hero"(1995).

"The Matrix Reloaded" marked Chou's first American film. His role was reprised for the final chapter of the Matrix film trilogy, "The Matrix Revolutions" (both in 2003)

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1.
 Skyscraper (2018)
2.
 Ex (2011)
3.
 Dream Home (2010)
4.
 Happy Funeral 2 (2008)
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 Scare 2 Die (2008)
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 Re-Cycle (2006)
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 Maan Lone (2005)
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 Eye, The (2002) Wah
10.
 Lian'ai Qiyi (2001) ("Batdakliu/ Oh G!")
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