Aaron Kwok

Aaron Kwok Fu-Shing (born October 26, 1965) is a popular Hong Kong singer and film actor. The Chinese media refer to Aaron Kwok, Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau and Leon Lai as the Cantopop Four Heavenly Kings. He has been dubbed "Hong Kong"s Michael Jackson" for his onstage dancing displays.

After graduating from secondary school, Aaron Kwok worked as a junior staff in King Fook Gold & Jewellery Co. Ltd. as his father wished for him to gain experience in the business with the view of handing over the family business, a small gold retail store.

However, in 1984, Aaron Kwok joined a dancer training course at HK-TVB, where his talent for dancing was immediately recognized. There, Kwok performed in music videos and variety shows. In 1985, Kwok"s outstanding performance in a pageant show was spotted. He was transferred to the acting department of the talent training course and became a TV actor, where he played a few bit parts in TV dramas.

A Taiwanese motorcycle advertisement in the early 1990s gained him instant popularity and he burst into the music scene with his now famous song "Loving You Forever". The next few years saw his popularity reach fever-pitch, and he was soon ranked alongside the most popular artistes of the time.

Aaron Kwok is presently one of Hong Kong and Asia"s most prominent popstars. Over the last decade or so, Kwok has won over a hundred music awards. As a solo performer, he"s played to over 200 sell-out concerts in Hong Kong, China, and around the world, and the choreography for his stage performances has won him international acclaim.

Over the years, Kwok has also indulged in other mediums such as TV commercials and film acting, most notably in collaboration with director/cinematographer Andrew Lau. Kwok has also done extensive public service and charitable work, for which he was amongst the winners of the Ten Most Outstanding Young Persons Award, 2003.

Aaron Kwok"s works have earned him a large following of fans, the respect of his peers and widespread popularity worldwide. Of all the performing arts at which Aaron excels, stage appearances remain his perennial favorite. In addition, Aaron Kwok has starred in various movies, television drama series and commercials.

In 2004, a string of concert dates earned Kwok a Hong Kong Dance Award presented by the Hong Kong Dance Alliance. Due to this unfounded success, Kwok toured again in 2005, receiving praise from both critics and audiences.

At the Taiwan"s 42nd Golden Horse Awards ceremony on November 13, 2005, Kwok was the surprise winner of Best Leading Actor award for his role in the film Divergence. It was Kwok"s first Golden Horse nomination and beat veteran Hong Kong star Tony Leung Ka-Fai to win the honour.


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