How much is Chow Yun Fat worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Chow Yun Fat? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Chow Yun Fat's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nChow_Yun_Fat's Biography \n Chow Yun Fat grew up in Lamma Island, a fishing village on the outskirts of Hong Kong. At age ten, he moved with his family to the city. At seventeen he left school to become an actor, and enrolled in a training program for actors from a local television production company. Upon completion, he signed a contract with the chain for fourteen years. He became famous starring in the popular series Hotel and The Bund, for this chain. His first participation in the cinema came from the hand of the director Ann Hui, to star in The Story of Woo Viet. From that moment, his career skyrocketed, winning several awards as Best Actor. In 1986, John Woo chose him for the role of Mark in A Better Tomorrow. \n After performing a series of romantic comedies and dramas, I would again collaborate with Woo on The Killer and Hard-boiled. These stories were reminiscent of the movies of black movie gangsters, starring Humphrey Bogart and James Cagney. Chow's performance in Ringo Lam's City on Fire, which was Quentin Tarantino's inspiration for Reservoir Dogs, earned him another Best Actor award. After conquering Asia with more than 68 films, Chow went to Hollywood in 1996 for his first English role in The Replacement Killers directed by Antoine Fuqua. \n From that moment on, his name began to be common in American cinema, during the early 2000s he participated in films such as The Corruptor, Anna and the King and the Taiwanese film Tiger and Dragon, the great surprise of the year at the \u00d3scar Awards. \n This film gave him enough fame in the United States to star in his own film, The Monk of 2003, along with Seann William Scott. The following years he participated in Asian cinema and then participate with a secondary role in Pirates of the Caribbean: at the end of the world, the third part of the saga starring Johnny Depp. \n Two years later, in 2009, he co-starred in Dragonball Evolution, the nefarious adaptation in real image of the famous Dragon Ball manga. The resounding failure, both box office and critics and public, stoned his career in Hollywood and since then, with the exception of Shanghai (film) has only participated in films of little importance in his country. \n Personal life \n Chow has been married twice. First with Candice Yu (Chinese: \u4f59\u5b89\u5b89) in 1983, who was an actress of Asia Television Ltd. But the marriage did not last long and the two separated after nine months. Subsequently, Chow married in Singapore with Jasmine Chow in 1987. Jasmine had a miscarriage during pregnancy and they have no children. However, Chow Yun-Fat has a goddaughter, Celine Ng. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Chow Yun Fat\n1\n\nThe Chow Yun Fat's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.