Mr. Nicolas Tse Ting-fung
Actor and singer Nicholas Tse is born in Hong Kong, his parents being famous actor Patrick Tse Yin and actress Deborah Lee. He made a fabulous start in music and film career in 1996 when he was only 16. His first movie "Young and Dangerous: The Prequel" (1998) earned him the Best New Performer in the Hong Kong Film Awards. With "Metade Fumaca" (1999), he was nominated for the Best Actor Award in the Golden Horse Awards. With "New Police Story" (2004), he won the Best Supporting Actor in People's Hundred Flower Awards. His role in "Bodyguards and Assassins" (2009) won him the Best Supporting Actor in Asian Film Awards and Hong Kong Film Awards, and also a nomination for the Best Supporting Actor Award in the Golden Horse Awards. With "The Stool Pigeon" (2010), Tse won the Best Actor in the Hong Kong Film Awards in 2011. His recent works include “The Viral Factor” (2012), “As the Light Goes Out” (2013) and “From Vegas to Macau” (2014). In 2003, Tse set up a post-production company, which now becomes a sizeable company.