Ronny Yu

1950 - Today

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Ronny Yu Yan-Tai (Chinese: 于仁泰) is a Hong Kong film director, producer, and movie writer. He has worked on both Hong Kong and American films. He is mostly known for his work in the American horror genre, such as Bride of Chucky (1998) and Freddy vs. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ronny Yu has received more than 238,017 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Ronny Yu is the 886th most popular film director (down from 842nd in 2019), the 39th most popular biography from Hong Kong (down from 24th in 2019) and the 4th most popular Chinese Film Director.

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Among film directors, Ronny Yu ranks 886 out of 1,580Before him are Serge Bourguignon, Yves Boisset, Kote Marjanishvili, Vladimir Gardin, Irwin Winkler, and Yevgeni Bauer. After him are Gianfranco Parolini, Cristian Mungiu, Karel Kachyňa, Arturo Ripstein, Sion Sono, and Laura Mulvey.

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Among people born in 1950, Ronny Yu ranks 290Before him are Anémone, L. Scott Caldwell, Renate Stecher, Lino Červar, Robert Z'Dar, and Rudy Sarzo. After him are Toshiko Fujita, Nobuo Fujishima, Ronald McNair, Melissa Mathison, Carlo Verdone, and Sun Chunlan.

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In Hong Kong

Among people born in Hong Kong, Ronny Yu ranks 39 out of 80Before him are Simon Yam (1955), Johnnie To (1955), Robin Shou (1960), Anthony Wong (1961), Adrienne Clarkson (1939), and Aaron Kwok (1965). After him are Rosamund Kwan (1962), Wayne Wang (1949), Ringo Lam (1955), Louis Koo (1970), Karen Mok (1970), and Byron Mann (1967).


Among film directors born in Hong Kong, Ronny Yu ranks 4Before him are James Wong (1959), Corey Yuen (1951), and Johnnie To (1955). After him are Wayne Wang (1949), Ringo Lam (1955), Stanley Tong (1960), and Peter Chan (1962).