Deep Ng

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Deep Ng
Chinese name 吳浩康 (traditional)
Chinese name 吴浩康 (simplified)
Pinyin wu2 hao4 kang1 (Mandarin)
Jyutping ng1 hou6 hong1 (Cantonese)
Birth name Ng Wai-Nam (吳偉男)
Ancestry Xinhui, Guangdong
Origin Hong Kong
Born (1983-06-13) 13 June 1983 (age 31)
Hong Kong
Occupation Singer, songwriter, actor
Instrument(s) Singing, guitar, piano, drums

Deep Ng is a Hong Kong singer-songwriter and actor. He is the winner of the 21st annual New Talent Singing Awards Hong Kong Regional Finals. Deep was well received by the viewers since the New Talent Singing Awards in 2002. His first EP Deep was released in 2003 with the hit debut single "先入為主". His second album, Nowhere (pronounced as Now-here) was released in September 2005.

In May 2007 he released his 'New and Best Selection' album which contains 3 new songs accompanied with a selection of songs from his previous EP and albums.

In 2008, he released his follow up album entitled "Reality Co. Ltd". This album was a commentary and reflection on the rise of reality stars and television shows.

In 2009 he released "Break It". The album contained ten brand new tracks and an additional 7 live tracks. The leading song "火” (fire) is a Cantonese remake of Terri Walker's "Whoopsie Daisy".

As of September 2011, his entertainment career has been put on hiatus and he is currently working as an insurance agent[citation needed].

Personal life[edit]

He previously dated Nancy Wu and in 2006, he began dating Jacqueline Chong. However, they mutually decided to break it off in August 2011 due to the long term crash in their personalities

Arrest[edit]

In June 2004 Ng was arrested with possession of 1.2 grams of cocaine at Yau Ma Tei Hong Kong. He was fined HK$5000.[1]

Thai Boxing bout[edit]

Deep participated in a Thai boxing bout on December 11, 2010. Although he lost by points decision, many of his supporters and him felt that the result could have been appeal as he received two illegal blows under the belt (which should have resulted from an instant disqualification. However, EEG did not want to encourage him to fight again, and banned him from pursuing the matter.

Discography[edit]

  • Deep EP (2003)
  • Deep In The Music EP (2004)
  • Deep: Inside (2005)
  • 903 California Red: Eleven Fires Concert - Deep Ng (2005)
  • Nowhere (2005)
  • Documentary (2006)
  • 3.D New Songs + Greatest Hits (2007)
  • Reality Co. Ltd (2008)
  • Break It (2009)

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wenweipo. "Wenweipo." 藝人近年藏毒案. Retrieved on 2009-05-01.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Jenny Ho 何晶晶
New Talent Singing Awards - Hong Kong Regional Finals winner
2002
Succeeded by
William Chan 陳偉霆