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|Lawrence Ng Kai-wah|
|Chinese name||吳啟華 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||吴启华 (simplified)|
19 May 1964 |
|Years active||1986 - present|
|Ancestry||Panyu, Guangdong, China|
Lawrence Ng Kai-wah (traditional Chinese: 吳啟華; simplified Chinese: 吴启华, pinyin: Wú Qǐhuá; born 19 May 1964) is a popular TV actor in Hong Kong. His more famous works include the television series Healing Hands and the films Fate Twisters and Sex and Zen.
Lawrence's first appearance was in 1986 in the TV series The Feud of Two Brothers (流氓大亨); he was cast as villain Chung Wai-shun. Wai-shun had conflicts with his brother although the latter cared about him. As the villain, Lawrence killed his own father, caused a girl who had a crush on him to become disabled, [clarification needed] and left a woman (Dodo Cheng) paralyzed.