Lee Siu-wah joined Rediffusion Television (renamed Asia Television in 1982) in the mid-1970s as a production assistant and became a director in 1981. He was involved in such series as Chameleon (1978), Chameleon II (1979) and The Legendary Fok (1981). After completing the series Ma Wing Ching in 1981, he was promoted to producer and was responsible for various large-scale period drama series like The Young Dowager (1983), The Undercover Agents (1984), Empress Wu (1984), The Rise of the Great Wall - Emperor Qin Shi Huang (1986) and Genghis Khan (1987). He made his first feature film, Crazy Blood, in 1983. In 1990, he started working for TVB as a producer, and among his most notable series was Blood of Good and Evil (1990). He completed his sophomore directorial effort, Dead Target, in 1991. In 1992, Lee started working for Win’s Music & Video Enterprises as a producer. Since 1994, Lee had been working on Mainland television series as producer and director.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|