William Wong Ying-kit started out as an assistant director mostly working for his father, director Wong Fung. He had served on numerous productions as assistant director since the early 1970s, such as Gossip Street (1974), Two Con Men (1975), Carry on Con Men (1975), Emperor Chien Lung (1976), The Mad Monk (1978), Mr. Funny Bone Strikes Again (1978), Young Hero (1980), The Fake Ghost Catchers (1982), Till Death Do We Scare (1982), Play Catch (1983), Double Trouble (1984) and Armour of God (1987). His last outing as an assistant director was on the historical epic The Opium War (1997), directed by Mainland director Xie Jin. Wong has also appeared in front of the camera on numerous films, such as Heaven Can Help (1984), Double Trouble (1984), Crazy Romance (1985), The Days of Being Dumb (1992) and Forbidden City Cop (1996).
Wong co-directed Soul, Ash with his father Wong Fung in 1981, starring Chow Yun-fat and Violet Lee Ying. He followed up in 1985 with Affectionately Yours, which he directed on his own. Starring Alan Tam and Yamazaki Atsuko, the romance grossed over HK$10 million at the box office.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||The Sweet Smell of Death|
||Soul Ash||WONG Fung|
||Soul, Ash||WONG Fung|