Chen Hou, a Hong Kong film actor, formerly known as Chen shanghou, is a Shanghai born comedian. He has won the reputation of "comedy master". 5、 In the 1960s, Hong Kong's film industry was dominated by actresses (the situation of Chinese and Cantonese films is the same). Chen Hou is one of the few actresses who can create a unique style and make a deep impression. It's very rare.
Contribution of works
Chen Hou moved to Hong Kong in 1950 and began to work in a foreign company.
He began to make films in 1953. His first work was Qiu Jin (1953), and his famous work was Taohua River (1956). He has cooperated with many popular female stars and made many famous films, such as "Begonia red" (1955), "Mambo girl" (1957), "four thousand gold" (1957), "love is like a battlefield" (1957), "dragon and phoenix dance" (1959), "Empress of the clouds" (1959), "thousand beauties" (1961), "flowers cluster" (1963), "little Skylark" (1965), etc . Among them, Manbo girl, dragon Xiangfeng dance, empress yunshang, qianjiaobaimei and huatuanjianzu are all excellent Mandarin song and dance films.
Chen Hou plays rich and noble young men who are unruly in appearance and straightforward in Inner. However, he is active and good at dancing, just like Hu Feng in Mandarin movies.
Chen Hou married twice, but both ended in divorce. His second wife is the famous actor Lottie. They have a daughter, Chen Mingming. After Chen Hou's marriage, she still has a lot of love for her family, which makes her suffer. She proposed a divorce, but Chen Hou refused. On March 16, 1967, Lottie applied to the court for separation and moved away with her daughter to live with her brother. In the end, Chen Hou was caught in bed by her. Lottie applied to the court for divorce on June 27, 1967, and the court approved the divorce on October 3, 1967.
On the morning of December 27, 1968, Lottie went to "Golden Eagle company" to meet with her third brother Lei Zhen, and made an appointment for dinner. At about 17 o'clock, when the servant called Lettie, who was taking a nap, to get up, she found that she was unconscious. When she was sent to the hospital, she was only 31 years old. On December 30, he was buried in a Catholic Cemetery in Cheung Sha Wan, Hong Kong. As the police and hospital reports did not find excessive sleeping pills in Lottie's gastric juice, Lottie did not commit suicide. In 2004, Hong Kong Film tycoon Zou wenhuai, Hong Kong Senior Director Wang Tianlin and Lettie's elder brother Lei Zhen made it clear that Lettie did not commit suicide, but died of heart shock caused by side effects of taking sleeping pills to help sleep. After Lottie's death, Chen Hou moved to the United States. In 1970, he died of cancer. He was only 39 years old. Chen Mingming is taken care of by Chen Hou's younger brother.
Take part in the film
Participation in production
Flying swallow (1951)
Cold Spring Festival (1951)
From then on, a stranger (1951)
Gorgeous song drunk Lang Xin (1952)
All evils (1963)
Under the car (1962)
Shilin sacrificial tower (1962)
Zhong Wuyan's expedition to the West (1962)
Spring flowers grow well and the moon grows round (1962)
Purple hairpin (1959)
Butterfly shadow and red pear (1959)
Female photographer: young ghost begging for rice to raise orphans (1958)
Female photographer, ghost, begging for rice to raise orphans (1958)
Pay off the top one in debt (1958)
The story of Jing chai (1958)
Baolian lamp (1956)
West chamber (1956)
A fool's birthday (1956)
Rear window (1955)
Jade pear soul (1953)
Peach blossom on human face (1956)
Zhong Wuyan (1955)
Chinese PinYin : Chen Hou
Why is it so strange. He Yi Qi
Shen Liang. Shen Liang
Huang Xiahui. Huang Xia Hui
Wang Ziqing. Wang Zi Qing
Bi Chang. Bi Chang
Pu Tengjin. Pu Teng Jin
Zhang Shichuan. Zhang Shi Chuan
Wan Danqing. Wan Dan Qing
Zeng Xiaoxin. Ceng Xiao Xin
Tang Xin. Tang Xin
Xin Jing. Xin Jing
Li Guangde. Li Guang De