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|Chinese name||林嘉華 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||林嘉华 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||Lín Jiāhuá (Mandarin)|
2 April 1957 |
|Spouse(s)||Jumbo Lau (劉寶珍)|
Early Life in Hong Kong
Lam was originally a graduate from the first annual of the Hong Kong Junior Police Training Program in 1974. He was then the host of the television program, "Junior Police Call". In the 1970s, he was involved in the Rediffusion Television, where he was starred in a few television dramas. In the 1980s, Lam worked for the Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB). In 1998, he immigrated to Toronto, Ontario, which marked the end to his career in television until 2006.
Life in Toronto, Ontario
After his immigration to Toronto, he worked at Fairchild Media Group in Richmond Hill, Ontario. There, he worked as a disc jockey for a program named "Lam Ka Wah Carnival". This program is aired in the Greater Toronto Area as well as in the Greater Vancouver Area. He also hosted many Chinese television shows for Fairchild TV, a television station servicing Chinese immigrants in Canada.
Return to Hong Kong
- Invisible Target (2007)
- Look for a Star (2009)
- Overheard (2009)
- That Demon Within (2014)
- Overheard 3 (2014)
- Dragon Since 1973 (2002)
- "Dominic Lam Ka Wah 林嘉華". SPCNET TV. Retrieved 17 December 2010.