Hongkongese actors born in 1969

Here are 6 famous actors from Hong Kong were born in 1969:

Mark Lui

Mark Lui (July 9, 1969 Hong Kong-) also known as 雷頌德, 雷颂德, Chung-Tak Lui, Lui Jung-tak, leoi4 zung6 dak1, Léi Sòng Dé, Lui Chung Tak or Mark Lui Chung-Tak is a Hongkongese composer, record producer, actor, songwriter, lyricist, musician, film score composer, fashion designer, singer and music director. His children are called Jack Lui and Jazz Lui.

Mark Lui started his music career as a composer and producer for Hong Kong music legends such as Leslie Cheung, Anita Mui, and Aaron Kwok in the 1990s. He has composed and produced over 50 albums for various artists throughout his career. Lui has won multiple awards for his music, including the CASH Hall of Fame Award in 2008.

Aside from his music career, Lui has also dabbled in acting and fashion design. He had a supporting role in the Hong Kong film, "The Storm Riders" (1998), and later designed fashion collections for his own fashion line, "laudi vidni".

Lui has also been active in promoting music education and is a music director for various music events and concerts. He has served as a judge for multiple music competitions, including "The Voice" in China.

In recent years, Lui has been involved in charity work, particularly in supporting education and children's welfare. In 2017, Lui established the "Mark Lui Love and Care Fund" to provide financial assistance to disadvantaged children in Hong Kong.

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Patrick Tam

Patrick Tam (March 19, 1969 Hong Kong-) also known as 譚耀文, 谭耀文, Tam, Patrick, Yiu Man Tam, Tam Yiu Man, Yao-wen Tan, Tán Yiǎowén, Tam4 Jiu6 Man4, Tan Yaowen or Patrick Tam Yiu Man is a Hongkongese singer and actor. He has two children, Daniel Tam and Tamia Tam.

Patrick Tam began his career in the entertainment industry as a singer in the late 1980s. He gained fame with his hit songs and became known as one of the "Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop" along with Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok, and Leon Lai. In addition to his singing career, Tam also ventured into acting and starred in several films and TV dramas in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and mainland China. Some of his notable works include "He and She" (1994), "Detective Investigation Files IV" (1999), and "My Date with a Vampire III" (2004).

Tam took a hiatus from showbiz in the early 2000s to focus on his family life. He later returned to the industry in 2013 and released a new album, "The Missing Puzzle." In recent years, Tam has also been involved in philanthropic work and has supported various charitable causes.

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Michael Tong

Michael Tong (November 17, 1969 Hong Kong-) a.k.a. Tong Man-Lung, Michael Tong Man Lung, Tong Man Lung or Tang Wen Long is a Hongkongese actor.

He began his acting career in the late 1980s and has since acted in numerous Hong Kong films and television dramas. Some of his notable film roles include "Young and Dangerous" (1996), "The Storm Riders" (1998), and "Purple Storm" (1999).

Tong is also a martial artist and has trained in various styles, including Wing Chun and Thai boxing. He has showcased his martial arts skills in many of his film roles.

Apart from acting, Tong is also a successful businessman. He owns several restaurants and bars in Hong Kong and has expanded his business ventures to other countries such as Japan and Taiwan.

In recent years, Tong has also ventured into producing films. He produced the 2017 film "Always Be With You" which was a critical and commercial success.

Throughout his career, Tong has won several awards for his acting performances, including the Best Actor award at the 2004 International Film Festival in Germany for his role in "Leave Me Alone".

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Benny Chan

Benny Chan (October 7, 1969 Hong Kong-) also known as 陳浩民, 陈浩民, Ho-Man Chan, Benny Chan Ho-man, Chén Hàomín, Can4 Hou6-man4 or Chan Ho Man Benny is a Hongkongese singer and actor. His child is called Chan Nga-yu.

Benny Chan rose to fame in the 1990s as a member of the popular Hong Kong boy band, "Big Four". Alongside fellow band members, Andy Hui, William So, and Edmond Leung, Chan gained a large following in Asia and released numerous chart-topping albums.

In addition to his music career, Chan has also made a name for himself as an actor. He has appeared in numerous TV dramas and films, including the Hong Kong action film "Gen-X Cops" and the romantic comedy "Love Undercover".

Chan has won several awards throughout his career, including the TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in the drama series "Survivor's Law". He is known for his charismatic on-screen presence and versatility as an actor.

Off-screen, Chan is known for his philanthropic work and has been involved in various charitable organizations. He is also a devout Buddhist and has spoken publicly about his faith and the positive impact it has had on his life.

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Ellesmere Choi

Ellesmere Choi (December 28, 1969 Hong Kong-) otherwise known as Ellesmere Choi Chi Kin is a Hongkongese actor.

He began his acting career in 1989 and is best known for his roles in the films "A Chinese Ghost Story III" and "The Bride with White Hair". In addition to acting, Choi is also a trained martial artist and has showcased his skills in various action films. He has received several awards for his performances, including the Best Supporting Actor award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in "Once Upon a Time in China II". Choi continues to act in both Hong Kong and mainland Chinese films.

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Wyman Wong

Wyman Wong (May 21, 1969 Hong Kong-) also known as 黃偉文, 黄伟文, Wai-Man Wong or Wong Wyman is a Hongkongese lyricist and actor.

He began his career in the entertainment industry as a radio presenter and later worked as a lyricist, writing hit songs for many popular Cantopop singers in the 1990s and early 2000s. Wong has won a number of awards for his work, including the prestigious Golden Needle Award for his outstanding contributions to the Cantopop industry.

In addition to his work as a lyricist, Wong is also a successful actor, having appeared in numerous films and television dramas. He has won critical acclaim for his performances in films such as "Infernal Affairs", "One Nite in Mongkok", and "Exiled". Wong has also directed several music videos and commercials, and has worked as a producer for a number of music albums.

Outside of his work in entertainment, Wong is also known for his fashion sense and has collaborated with several fashion brands. He is a prominent figure in Hong Kong's fashion and arts scene and has been named one of the most influential people in Hong Kong's entertainment industry.

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