„Tony Leung Chiu-wai” változatai közötti eltérés

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Az iskola abbahagyása után Leung több különböző munkát elvállalt. Először nagybátyja boltjában volt kifutófiú, majd egy hongkongi bevásárlóközpont ügynöke. Találkozott a színész és komikus [[Stephen Chow]]-val, akinek szerepe volt abban, hogy Leung a színészetet választotta, majd később is jó barátok maradtak.
After quitting his studies, Leung worked in a variety of jobs, first as a [[grocer]]'s runner at his uncle's shop, then a showroom salesman in a Hong Kong shopping centre. He met actor and comedian [[Stephen Chow]] who influenced his decision to become an actor and remains a good friend.
In 1982 he passed the training courses of television channel [[TVB]]. Due to his boyish looks, TVB cast him as host of a children's programme, ''[[430 Space Shuttle]]''. Leung enjoyed comedies during his television years; it was for these he became well known. So, in the 1980s, he was named as one of "TVB's [[Five Tiger Generals (TVB)|Five Tigers]]" (their five up-and-coming male TV stars) along with [[Andy Lau]], [[Felix Wong]] , [[Michael Miu]] and [[Kent Tong]]. Leung starred in the highly successful ''Police Cadet'' TV serial in 1984 (later named ''Police Cadet 84'' to distinguish it from subsequent sequels). He played an outgoing young man who decides to become a police officer; [[Maggie Cheung]], who also started her career at the same time, played a shy bookworm, Leung's upstairs neighbour and love interest. Since then they have worked together on ''[[The Yang's Saga]]'' (1985), ''Days of Being Wild'' (1991), ''Ashes of Time'' (1994), ''In the Mood for Love'' (2000), ''Hero'' (2002), and ''2046'' (2005). Interviewed by Wong Kar Wai, Leung said that he considered Maggie to be his alter ego. "Maggie is a truly formidable partner - one to waltz with. We do not spend a lot of time with each other, as we like to keep some mystery between us. Whenever I see her, I discover something new about her".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://web.archive.org/web/20080625080452rn_2/findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1285/is_8_35/ai_n14931780|title=''Tony Leung: the unforgettable cowboy leading man of Asian cinema shows his true grit to a legendary director and fellow frontiersman''|publisher=BNet|year=2005|month=szeptember|accessdate=2011-01-01}}</ref>