Juno Mak

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Juno Mak
26th Tokyo International Film Festival Juno Mak.jpg
Bobby Mak Wan-Yin (麥允然)

(1984-03-18) March 18, 1984 (age 35)
OccupationSinger, Record producer and actor
Years active2002—present
Parent(s)Clement Mak
AwardsGolden Horse AwardsFIPRESCI Prize
2013 Rigor Mortis

Chinese name
Traditional Chinese麥浚龍
Simplified Chinese麦浚龙
Musical career
LabelsSilly Thing
Universal Music Group

Juno Mak is a Hong Kong singer, record producer, actor, and director.


Mak was born on March 18th, 1984. He is the second son of Clement Mak, chairman of CCT Fortis Holdings Limited.



Mak began his music career as a commercial pop singer with Universal Music. Two albums, On the Road and Next Step, were released with Universal Music. Both albums reached the top spot on TVB.[citation needed] Although he won awards upon his debut, it was later rumoured that his fans were hired professional groupies earning up to HKD150 an hour, and in 2002 he was booed by audience members during an awards ceremony.[1]


In 2010, Mak wrote and starred in Wong Ching-po's film Revenge: A Love Story. The film was a hybrid of slasher and love story. Mak and Wong Ching-po collaborated again in 2011 on the film Let’s Go!.

In 2013, Mak directed the film Rigor Mortis, which pays tribute to the 1980s Hopping Vampire (Jiangshi) Genre.[1]


In 2003, Mak, his father, and a number of music executives from TVB and Universal Music HK were arrested as part of an investigation into an alleged bribes-for-awards scam.[1] The case was eventually withdrawn with no charges made.[1]


  • (2002) On The Road
  • (2003) Next Step
  • (2004) Proto
  • (2005) Otherside
  • (2005) Walking Underneath (New + Best Selection)
  • (2007) Chapel Of Dawn
  • (2008) Words Of Silence
  • (2008) Why
  • (2009) The Dream (天生地夢)
  • (2010) Nothing Lasts Forever (New + Best Selection)
  • (2011) No-mind (無念)
  • (2014) Paradoxically, Yours(柔弱的角)
  • (2015) Addendum
  • (2016) Evil Is a Point of View
  • (2018) The Album Part One (with Kay Tse; 2018)



  1. ^ a b c d "When it comes to Juno Mak, don't judge a book by its cover". 3 September 2013. Retrieved 17 July 2017.