Grammy Chu Yui-bun joined TVB as a production assistant in 1991 and left in 1995 to work at Colorvision Production and StarTV as director of variety and interview shows. He switched to China Star Entertainment Group in 1996 to work as a director for TV shows aimed at the Mainland market and directed such series as Call of the Wild (1996), starring Simon Yam, Good Morning! General! (1997), starring Francis Ng, Rare Affectionate Person (1998), starring Shu Qi and The Blessed Family (1998), starring Jacklyn Wu.
Chu made his feature debut directing Un Baiser Volé (2000), written by Patrick Kong and starring Stephen Fung and Christy Chung. He then returned to TV production, joining Wong Jing’s production company and directing The Duke of the Mount Deer 2000 (2000), a joint effort between Jing’s Production and TVB, starring Dicky Cheung. Later, Chu was a director on the Jing Production and ATV collaboration of A Dream Named Desire (2000) and To Where He Belongs (2001). In 2002, Chu directed the Manfred Wong-produced internet series Feel 100% (2001) and All About Boy’z (2003), which were shown on now. com. Since 2004, Chu has been working chiefly on TV dramas in Mainland China. His latest output includes the urban romance Prenuptial Agreement (2013) and the martial arts series Xian-Xia Sword (2013).
He also directed Zhuibu (2007), an action thriller financed by Singaporean investors, starring Francis Ng and Dayo Wong.
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