Mr. Jacky Cheung
Actor and singer, Jacky Cheung was born in Hong Kong and entered the show business by championing in the Hong Kong 18 Districts Singing Contest in 1984. Since then, he launched his career as a professional singer and released over a hundred albums during the past 22 years. He was named one of the “Four Heavenly Kings of the Hong Kong Canto-pop”; his albums were sold across the world and amounting to over 40 million copies which made him one of the world's best selling pop singers. In 1986, he kicked off his film career by playing in “Where's Officer Tuba?" (1986). His popularity rised with the film "Devoted to You" (1986), in which he played opposite May Lo, his future wife. He won the Best Supporting Actor Award in Hong Kong Films Awards with “As Tears Go By” (1988), and won the Best Supporting Actor Award in the Golden Horse Awards for “Swordsman” (1990). He also received the Best Actor Award at the Cinemaya Festival of Asian Films, held in New Delhi, India, for “July Rhapsody” (2002), and the Best Original Film Song Award for “Perhaps Love” (2005) in Hong Kong Film Awards. In 2015, he teamed up with Carina Lam (partner in “July Rhapsody”) again in “Heaven in the Dark” (2015).