Mr. Tony Leung Ka Fai
Actor Tony Leung Ka-fai was born in Hong Kong and graduated from the Graphic Design School of the Hong Kong Polytechnic. Leung’s show business began with his enrollment into the actors’ training course of the Television Broadcast (HK) Limited. In 1983, he got the role of Emperor Xianfeng in Li Han Hsiang’s epic films “The Burning of Imperial Palace” (1983) and “Reign Behind a Curtain” in 1983, and won the Best Actor Award in the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards with his latter work. He also won the Best Actor Award in the Taiwan Golden Horse Awards with “Farewell China” in 1990. He played the male leading actor in a French film “The Lover” in 1992 and the Best Actor Award again with “92 Legendary la Rose Noire” (1992). Other prominent titles he made include “Prison on Fire” (1987), “He Ain't Heavy, He's My Father!” (1993), “Eye in the Sky” (2007) and “Cold War” (2012). In 1999, by producing and starring in an independent film “Love Will Tear Us Apart” (1999), Tony was invited to participate in the Cannes Film Festival. He won the Best Supporting Actor Award for “Man Suddenly in Black” (2003) in 2004 and the Best Actor Award for “Election” (2005) in 2006 at the Hong Kong Film Awards.