(Ng Ngai Cheung)
Although capable of more nuanced performances, Ben Ng Ngai Cheung has played
tough, dangerous gangsters and bad guys for the vast majority of his film career.
His gaping mouth, loud bark and rippling muscles have helped Ben become one of
Hong Kong cinema's most menacing villains. Many of these roles have proven memorable
with Ng's injection of distinct mannerisms and sheer spastic energy. In Clarence Fok's
Passion 1995, Ben portrayed a rampaging gay villain prone to sudden, violent outbursts.
To Where He Belongs featured Ng as a crude triad boss who punishes one enemy by
urinating on his head. In The Eternal Evil of Asia, Ben played a Thai voodoo wizard
who has metaphysical intercourse with victim Ellen Chan.
The ultimate Ben Ng tour de force would have to be Red to Kill, (1994) starring Ng as a
mild mannered special education teacher by day, rampaging sex-starved lunatic by night.
Ng trembles, sneers, ejaculates and generally chews the scenery in a role destined for
Category III infamy.
In Philip Ko's Phantom War, an early film set in London's Chinatown, Ng takes on
the mob to protect his Chinese restaurant. While good guy roles like this are rare,
they are more common in his small screen parts for TVB. In 2003, Ben married
longtime love Joan Tong Lai Kau.
Ben Ng Ngai Cheung Filmography
|Angel Cop "Final Crisis"|
|Big Boss Untouchable|
|Chinese Midnight Express|
|Daughter of Darkness II|
|The Deadly Rose|
|Don't Tell My Partner|
|1995||The Eternal Evil of Asia|
|Fury in Red|
|Her Name is Cat 2: Journey To the Death|
|Hero Against Hero|
|Legend of Wind|
|Man of the Times|
|O.C.T.B. Case- The Floating Body|
|Pursuit of a Killer|
|Raped by an Angel 4: The Raper's Union|
|1994||Red To Kill|
|Sex and Zen II|
|Sexy and Dangerous|
|1996||To Be No. 1|
|2000||To Where He Belongs|
|Troublesome Night V|
|A True Mob Story|
Ben Ng -TV Credits
|Special Duties Unit 1996|
|Who is the Winner II|
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