Andy Hui

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Andy Hui
許志安
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Born
Andy Hui Chi-on (許志安)

(1967-08-12) 12 August 1967 (age 52)
NationalityHong Kong
OccupationSinger, songwriter, actor
Years active1986–present
Spouse(s)
Sammi Cheng (m. 2013)
AwardsNew Talent Singing Awards – 1986 First Runner-up

Chinese name
Traditional Chinese許志安
Musical career
GenresCantopop
InstrumentsVocals
LabelsAmusic
Associated actsBig Four

Andy Hui Chi-on (born 12 August 1967) is a Hong Kong singer and actor. Hui is considered one of the most successful Hong Kong singers, with an extensive list of Cantonese and Mandarin hits to his credit.

Background[edit]

Hui was the first runner-up in the fifth Annual New Talent Singing Awards in 1986. Hui has appeared in more than 25 films.

His first music contract came in 1986, and his singing career reached stellar status in 2001 as he won awards of the most favourite male singer.

In 2004, Hui was named by Alan Tam as one of the 'New Four Heavenly Kings' along with Hacken Lee, Leo Ku, and Edmond Leung which would be replacing the once lustrous title awarded to Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok, and Leon Lai.

In October 2005, Andy was declared one of Ten Outstanding Young Persons where his hard work on his music and film career, and his excellence in commitment to the community was recognized.

Personal life[edit]

Hui married singer-actress Sammi Cheng in 2013.[1]

On April 16, 2019, Hui received heavy media exposure for his physical intimacies with former HK Pageant contestant Jacqueline Wong. At the time of the incident, Hui is married to Sammi Cheng and Wong is in a steady relationship with actor Kenneth Ma. The two shared a taxi ride, where they engaged in intimate acts. The incident was recorded by the taxi's in-vehicle camera and later made public by various news outlets. The pair was believed to have left the taxi together for Wong's home. As damage control, Hui immediately made a public apology to his wife and loved ones, citing he was drunk that night but admitted his intoxication was no excuse for his behaviour.[2][3][4][5][6]

Discography[edit]

  • 5 May 1988: Andy Hui
  • 1988: Love Fragments / Shang De Che Di
  • 1989: Andy Hui 1989
  • March 1990: Andy Hui 1990
  • March 1991: Break and Reform Collection
  • January 1992: Alive!
  • January 1993: Loving You
  • July 1993: Sunshine After The Rain
  • December 1993: Never Love Like This
  • 1994: Xiang Shuo (想說)
  • June 1994: Unique
  • 23 December 1994: Heart
  • 1994: Unless You Tell Me
  • 1995: Paradise Lost
  • 1996: Nan Ren Zui Tong (男人最痛)
  • 1997: Man's Emotion
  • 1997: Ai De Xing Ku Xin Jiu Dui Zhao 17 Shou (New Song + Collection) (愛的辛苦新舊對照十七首)
  • 1997: Yi Qie An Hao Xin Jiu Dui Zhao 17 Shou (New Mandarin Song + Best Selection)
  • 1997: My Day, My Song
  • 1997: Kan Qing Chu (看清楚) – Mandarin CD
  • 1998: Fei De Qi (飛得起)
  • 1998: First, Second, Third, Fourth – Mandarin Album
  • 1998: Good Andy Hui 98 Concert
  • 1999: Faith With Heart
  • 1999: Andy Hui 99 Live in Concert
  • 1999: Faith in Love
  • 1999: The End of 20th Century Collection
  • 1999: We Want Happiness
  • 1999: Sound And Vision 46 Collection
  • January 2000: Believe in Love
  • 2000: Shang Ci (上次)
  • 2001: You Xian Yong Bao (優先擁抱) – Cantonese Album
  • 2001: This One Second, Is it you, OK? – Mandarin Album
  • 2001: Mud (Laan nai) – Cantonese Album
  • 2002: Wo Hai Neng Ai Shei (我還能愛誰) – Mandarin Album
  • 2002: Roma – Cantonese Album
  • December 2002: On Hits (New + Best Selections)
  • August 2003: My Story
  • January 2004: Life in Music (New + Best Selections)
  • February 2004: Couldn't Be Better
  • October 2004: Back Up
  • February 2005: Encore Concert (安哥對唱音樂會)
  • May 2005: First Round Concert (第一回合演唱會)
  • November 2005: Cantonese New + Best Collection (大風吹 – 廣東新歌+精選三十首)
  • 2005: Xiang Ai Duo Nian (相愛多年) – (New Mandarin Song + Best Selection)
  • September 2006: In The Name of...
  • 2007: Kong Qian Jue Hou (空前絕後)
  • 2009: Zi Dao / Zi Chuan (自導/自傳) – (New Song + Selection)
  • 2009: Ge Ren (歌人) – Mandarin CD
  • May 2011: On and On
  • 2014: New Heaven
  • 2015: Come on Enjoy The Best (New Song + Selection)

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'Call me Mrs Andy Hui' - Sammi Cheng's a married woman, says stylist friend". The Straits Times. 3 April 2015. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  2. ^ "Andy Hui caught cheating on Sammi Cheng with Jacqueline Wong". Asiaone.com. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
  3. ^ "Andy Hui and Jacqueline Wong Caught Kissing in a Taxi". Jaynestars.com. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
  4. ^ "Dash-Cam Footage: Andy Hui and Jacqueline Wong are having an affair". Asiannews.net. 16 April 2019. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
  5. ^ "Jacqueline Wong Once Emphasized She Wouldn't Like Married Men". 38jiejie.com. 16 April 2019. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
  6. ^ Lin, Jessica (16 April 2019). "Andy Hui just admitted to cheating on Sammi Cheng, devastating supporters of 'Hong Kong's last fairytale'". Businessinsider.sg. Retrieved 17 April 2019.

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