Duncan Chow

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Duncan Chow
Born Duncan Lai (黎登勤)
(1978-09-19) September 19, 1978 (age 38)
British Hong Kong
Other names D.C.
Years active 1993-present
Website www.wretch.cc/blog/duncanlai

Duncan Chow (Chinese: 周群達; born Duncan Lai (黎登勤), September 19, 1978) is a Hong Kong-born actor who is popular in Taiwan. Originally he was a professional windsurfer and a fashion show model, but chose acting as a career in 2001. He is the cousin of former Hong Kong olympian Lee Lai Shan.

Acting career[edit]

He began his acting career from a young age as the adolescent version of Bruce Lee in a Bruce Lee tribute film called Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story in 1993, and gained minor recognition from appearances on Taiwanese TV ( He was 14 when he was offered the part). Later, he starred in Formula 17 and Seven Swords.


  • The Hiddens (TVB, 2016)
  • Love Cuisine (SETTV, 2015)
  • Dear Mom (SETTV, 2014)
  • Happy 300 Days (TTV, 2013)
  • Falling (PTS, 2013)
  • Lady Maid Maid (SETTV, 2012)
  • Mameshiba Ichiro Futen no Shiba Jiro (KBS 2012)
  • What is love (Supporting role) (2012)
  • Medical Examiner Shinomiya Hazuki (TV Tokyo, 2011)
  • Hua Yang Shao Nian Shao Nu (CTS / GTV, 2006)
  • Hanazakarino Kimitachihe (Guest Star) (2006)
  • The Legend of Speed (CTV, 2004)
  • Lover of Herb (TVBS-G, 2004)
  • Hi! Working Girl (CTV, 2003)


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