Hongkongese actors born in 1976

Here are 6 famous actors from Hong Kong were born in 1976:

Chet Lam

Chet Lam (April 11, 1976 Hong Kong-) also known as 林一峰, Yifeng Lin, Lam Yat-fung, Lín Yīfēng or Yat-fung Lam is a Hongkongese singer-songwriter, composer, lyricist and actor.

He was born and raised in Hong Kong and began his music career in 2000 with the release of his debut album, "Chet Lam". Since then, he has released more than 20 albums and has become known for his thoughtful lyrics and unique musical style that blends Eastern and Western influences.

In addition to his music career, Chet Lam has also acted in several films and television dramas in Hong Kong. He has won numerous awards for his work in both music and acting, including the 2003 Best New Performer Award at the Hong Kong Film Awards and the 2015 Best Original Film Song Award at the Golden Horse Awards.

Outside of his creative pursuits, Chet Lam is also known for his activism and philanthropic work. He has been involved in a number of charitable causes, including environmental conservation and animal rights initiatives, and has used his platform to raise awareness about important social issues in Hong Kong and beyond.

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Carl Ng

Carl Ng (March 27, 1976 Hong Kong-) also known as Carl Wu, Carl Ng Ka-Lung, Wu Jia Long or 吳嘉龍 is a Hongkongese model and actor.

He is the son of renowned actor and martial artist, Richard Ng. Carl Ng began his modeling career in the late 90s, working for brands such as Levi's and G2000. He made his acting debut in 2000, appearing in the Hong Kong film "Gen-X Cops". He has since gone on to act in various films, including "Infernal Affairs II", "Fearless" and "The Dark Knight". In addition to acting, Carl Ng has also worked as a producer and director, having founded his own production company, Organic Films, in 2017. He is known for his versatility and has received critical acclaim for his performances.

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Wilfred Lau

Wilfred Lau (August 13, 1976 Hong Kong-) a.k.a. C-Hing, Ho-lung Lau, Wilfred Lau Ho-Lung or Lau Ho-Lung is a Hongkongese singer, actor and presenter.

He began his career in the entertainment industry as a model and later transitioned into singing. Wilfred has released several albums throughout his career and has worked with notable artists such as Edmond Leong and J.Arie.

Aside from his music career, Wilfred has also acted in several television dramas and films. He received critical acclaim for his performance in the film “Merry-Go-Round” which earned him a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the 30th Hong Kong Film Awards.

In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Wilfred is also a dedicated philanthropist. He has been involved in various charitable organizations over the years and has actively raised funds and awareness for causes such as cancer research and poverty alleviation.

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Lam Chi-chung

Lam Chi-chung (August 16, 1976 Hong Kong-) also known as Lam Tze Chung, Ramu Chîchon, Tze Chung Lam, Lín Zǐcōng, lam4 zi2 cung1, Chi Chung Lam, Lam Tze-chung, Lam Chi Chung, Lam Tsz Chung, Lam Tsz-Chung or Lin Zicong is a Hongkongese actor, screenwriter and film director.

He started his career in the entertainment industry as a television host and gained fame for his comedic skills. Lam Chi-chung then transitioned into acting in films, often playing comedic roles. He has appeared in over 100 films and television dramas throughout his career, including the popular Kung Fu Hustle (2004) and Shaolin Soccer (2001).

Aside from acting, Lam Chi-chung is also a successful screenwriter, having written for popular Hong Kong films such as Love Undercover (2002) and Dragon Loaded 2003 (2003). He even directed and starred in his own film, Marry a Rich Man (2002).

In recent years, Lam Chi-chung has ventured into the mainland Chinese entertainment industry and has gained a large following. He is known for his charismatic personality, comedic timing, and ability to connect with his audience.

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Joel Chan

Joel Chan (October 2, 1976 Macau-) also known as Joel Chan Shan-chung, Chan Shan-chung, Chén Shāncōng, Can4 Saan1 Chung or San-chung Chan is a Hongkongese actor and singer.

He began his career as a singer in the music industry in the 1990s before transitioning into acting in the early 2000s. Some of his notable acting roles include the TV dramas "Survivor's Law", "The Four", and "Story of Yanxi Palace". He has received numerous awards for his acting performances, including Best Supporting Actor at the TVB Anniversary Awards in 2013 and 2014. In addition to his successful career in entertainment, Chan is also an avid charity supporter, frequently donating to and participating in events for organizations such as UNICEF and the Hong Kong Cancer Fund.

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Ngo Ka-nin

Ngo Ka-nin (September 26, 1976 Hong Kong-) a.k.a. Kanin Ngo, Jianian Ao, Ga-Nin Ngo or Pierre Ngo is a Hongkongese presenter and actor.

Ngo Ka-nin first rose to fame as a TVB presenter, hosting a variety of shows including game shows and travel programs. He later transitioned into acting and has appeared in numerous television dramas and films. Some of his most notable roles include "Police Dog Brothers" in the TV series "E.U." and "Yau Tat-chi" in "The Unholy Alliance." In addition to acting, Ngo is also a singer and has released several albums throughout his career. He is known for his versatility as an actor, able to convincingly portray a wide range of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles. Ngo is also actively involved in charitable work and has supported various organizations, including UNICEF and the Hong Kong Cancer Fund.

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