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Alan Chui Chung-San

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Alan Chui Chung-San
Shu Zhong Xin

(1952-08-16)August 16, 1952
Other namesAlan Hsu
John Chui
Hsu Chung Sin
Years active1960-present

Chui Chung-San (often known as Shu Zhong Xin, Hsu Zhong-Xin or Alan Hsu) born on 16 August 1952[1] is a Hong Kong British actor, director and stuntman. He has been known with being highly solid action director and stuntman. Chui is well known for the movies such as The Rebellious Reign, Kung Fu Vs. Yoga, Two Fists Against the Law and 7 Grandmasters, as well various Television shows from Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Chui is mostly in charge for directing various wireless television series.

He is also critically acclaimed for choreograph and co-directing Ching Siu-tung's A Chinese Ghost Story.

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While attending to school, he often would get expelled from fighting with other students. At the age of ten, he was sent to Peking Opera school for the acrobatic training and stunts. Soon after finishing his studies at Peking Opera, he soon joined Shaw Brothers to carrying on with his career as an action director.

Beginning of career

Beginning of 1970, he became a stuntman for the companies such as Golden Harvest and Shaw Brothers studios. As well being on screen stuntman, he also worked on various TVB productions of martial art and Chinese historical drama. He would appear as an extra role in the likes of movies such as Hapkido, Enter the Dragon, Bruce Lee and I and plenty more. Alongside with Sammo Hung, Jackie Chan, Ching Siu-tung and others, Chui worked on various extra role or minor roles throughout the 1970s.

Action director and Major Role

Later around 1979 and 1980, Chui became knowable with his breaking roles such as 7 Grandmasters and Two Fists Against the Law, as well as being an action director for the first time in the movies such as Shaolin Ex Monk in 1978.[2] He would also direct the movies such as Tough Beauty and the Sloppy Slop (1995) starring Yuen Biao. Throughout his career he made over 130 films including with various stunt work and acting role (usually appear as a villain or old master role). Chui is known for working mostly for the Taiwanese movies as an action director and actor.

Present time

Chui is still working on a various Television shows in the recent years. Currently he has been appeared in 2017 Hong Kong drama series known as Line Walker: The Prelude as one of the villain role.

Chui also began to working on as a movie producer as well as working on the martial art movie campaign in 2015.[3]

He also runs his own stuntman association groups, training more than over 100 students with the essence of martial arts and stunts for the action movies.

Personal life

Chui has been married to Taiwanese wife. He has two children whose names are Chui Ea-Luen (son) and Chui Yik-Mei (daughter).


Television Series


Variety Show

  • The Green Room (Issue 2013)
  • Hong Kong People Say (2015)
  • Sunday Stage Fight (2016)

Filmography as an action director and assistant action director

Filmography as Director

  • The Incredible Kung Fu Mission (1979) - (assistant director)
  • Tough Beauty and the Sloppy Slop (1995)
  • Bloody Secret (2000)


  1. ^ 徐忠信 Chui Jong Shinn - TVB藝人資料 -
  2. ^ "Alan Hsu Filmography - hongkongmoviedatabase". hongkongmoviedatabase. Retrieved 2016-01-02.
  3. ^ "Alan Hsu Campaign work - youtube". youtube. Retrieved 2016-01-02.

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