Roger Kwok - biography

Actor from Hong Kong

Roger Kwok Chun-on is Hong Kong television actor who works on the TV station TVB. Kwok was born in Hong Kong and his native family roots are in Zhongshan, Guangdong. Kwok used to be a singer before becoming an actor. Kwok worked for TVB for many years, and received moderate fame in dramas such as Detective Investigation Files IV (1999), At the Threshold of an Era (1999-2000) and Law Enforcers (2002), but it was not until he played the role of the low-IQ Ding Sheung Wong (丁常旺) in the hugely popular drama Square Pegs (2002-2003) did he reach stardom, and go on to win Best Actor in the 2003 TVB Drama Awards. After appearing in the moderately popular dramas Not Just a Pretty Face (2003) and To Get Unstuck in Time (2004), he reprised his role as Wong in the modernized version of Square Pegs, Life Made Simple, in 2005, which again was a huge success. In November 2005, he won Best Actor for the second time, becoming one of the few TVB's actors to win the award twice along with Louis Koo, Kevin Cheng and Gallen Lo (who won it three times). Kwok has five older brothers and three younger sisters. On 22 July 2006, Kwok married Hong Kong actress Cindy Au, his girlfriend of seven years, at Hong  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1964-10-09
Place of birth
Cheung Chau
Nationality
Hong Kong
Spouse(s)
Cindy Au
Children
Blair Kwok Yee-nga
Profession
Actor

Performances

Year Performance Character
2008 The Vampire Who Admires Me Wayne Sa
2007 Kung Fu Mahjong 3: The Final Duel
2005 Kung Fu Mahjong
1993 A Moment of Romance 2

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