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Actor Louis Koo is born in Hong Kong used to work as a model and having appeared in many music videos. He joined TVB in 1993 and starred in popular TV dramas like "At the Threshold of An Era" (1999) and "A Step into the Past" (2001). In 2001, he landed in the movie industry and starred in numerous films like "Lost in time" (2003), "Election" (2005) and "Connected" (2008). With "Protégé" (2007) he was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Award in the Golden Horse Awards and Hong Kong Film Awards. He received huge praise in "Run Papa Run" (2008), where he acted as a gangster father. The role spanned over 40 years and was said to be a breakthrough in his acting. He was nominated for the Best Actor Award in the Golden Horse Awards and Hong Kong Film Awards with this film. Koo's other movies, like "Rob-B-Hood" (2006), "Overheard" (2009) and "Don’t Go Breaking My Heart" (2011) were all box-office hits in China and Hong Kong. His recent work is “Little Big Master” (2015) in which he played a caring husband and father.