Lai Lok-yi

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Lai Lok-yi
Chris Lai Lok Yi 2014.jpg
Background information
Chinese name 黎諾懿 (traditional)
Chinese name 黎诺懿 (simplified)
Pinyin Lí Nùoyì (Mandarin)
Jyutping Lai4 Nok6 Ji3 (Cantonese)
Birth name Lai Yat-sing
黎日昇 (Traditional)
黎日升 (Simplified)
Lai4 Jat6 Sing1 (Cantonese)
Lí Rìshēng / Li2 Jih4-sheng1 (Mandarin)
Born (1980-06-15) June 15, 1980 (age 36)
Hong Kong
Other name(s) Chris Lai
Occupation Actor
Years active 2003–present
Ancestry Zhongshan, Guangdong, China
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lai.

Lai Lok-yi (born 15 June 1980) is an actor from Hong Kong.


After graduating from Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Yau Tze Tin Memorial College, Lai attended Hong Kong TVB's Artiste Training School in 2003. After making cameo appearances in several dramas, Lai earned his first major supporting role in the sports drama Aqua Heroes while he was still a trainee. He graduated from the school in 2004.[1]


Title Year Role Notes
Bad Blood 2010 Jason Lok
Womb Ghosts 2010 Joseph
I Love Hong Kong 2011 FEHD staff Cameo
I Love Hong Kong 2013 2013

Television dramas[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
The King of Yesterday and Tomorrow 2003 Private Investigator
Better Halves 2003 Constable
Virtues of Harmony II 2003 Jackie
The 'W' Files 2003 Japanese soldier (extra)
Survivor's Law 2003 (extra)
Aqua Heroes 2003 Chi Cho-yam
Hearts of Fencing 2003 Au-yeung Yat TVB Anniversary Award for My Favourite On-screen Partners – Non-dramas
Triumph in the Skies 2003 office worker (extra) / trainee Episode 24 / Episode 40 (end)
Dream of Colours 2004 Koo Lok-man
Hard Fate 2004 shopper (extra)
To Catch the Uncatchable 2004 Lai Lap-chi
Split Second 2004 Dick Kur Kin-fung
ICAC Investigators 2004 2004 Inspector Arthur Kwok Chi-hei
Always Ready 2005 Kelvin Chiang Ka-lok
Safe Guards 2006 Sheung Yee
Welcome to the House 2006 Ma Tak-on
Land of Wealth 2006 Cho King-yin
Forensic Heroes 2006 Chan Man-tik Episodes 1–2
Glittering Days 2006 James Chu Wing-hong Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste (Top 5)
Ten Brothers 2007 Thousand Mile Eye / Brother One Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste (Top 5)
Heart of Greed 2007 Tong Chi-foon Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor (Top 20)
Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste (Top 5)
The Green Grass of Home 2007 Choi Kar-po Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste (Top 5)
Fathers and Sons 2007 Ben Lui Kar-sing
The Building Blocks of Life 2007 Choi Chi-yin
Forensic Heroes II 2008 Lee Chi-wai Episodes 20–22
Speech of Silence 2008 Cheung Yau
Moonlight Resonance 2008 Gan Wing-yuen
The Beauty of the Game 2009-10 Deacon Chong Tik-kan
In the Eye of the Beholder 2010 Ching-tak Emperor
Every Move You Make 2010 Mak Wing-hei
Twilight Investigation 2010 Yau Sum-kit
Only You 2011 "King" Cheung King-yuen Nominated — My AOD Favourites Award for My Favourite Promising Actor
The Other Truth 2011 Danny Mo King-yip
The Life and Times of a Sentinel 2011 Kei Man-cheong (youth) Episode 1
Forensic Heroes III 2011 Vic Mak Wing-fu Episodes 1–3
Daddy Good Deeds 2012 Chan Lap-shun
King Maker 2012 Chiu Yu-yui, Prince Wing
Come Home Love 2012-15 Ma Chong, John Sitcom
Ruse of Engagement 2014 Fu Wang Leung
Presumed Accidents 2016 Mantus Chuk Sing-yeung

Music video appearances[edit]

  • 2003: "Fong Sang" (放生) by Jade Kwan
  • 2003: "Tung Yau Ji Chui" (痛由自取) by Yumiko Cheng
  • 2005: "San Sai Kai" (新世界) by 2R
  • 2005: "Rolls-Royce" by Denise Ho
  • 2005: "Tei Ping Sin" (地平線) by Ella Koon
  • 2006: "Sam Sang Yau Hang" (三生有幸) by Ronald Cheng
  • 2006: "December Rain" by Rain Li
  • 2008: "Jui Mei Lai Tik Tai Chat Tin" (最美麗的第七天) by Vincy Chan
  • 2008: "Sui Sin Mo Cheung Ngor Jeh Yeung Keung Tik Yan" (誰羨慕像我這樣強的人) by Theresa Fu
  • 2008: "Yee Yan Sai Kai" (二人世界) Linda Chung
  • 2009: "I'm Sorry" by Charlene Choi


  1. ^ OH ING YEEN (August 19, 2009). "Turbulent Drama". thestar Online. Malaysia: Star Publications. Retrieved 17 April 2010. 

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