Mat Yeung

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Mat Yeung
Lam Ming-lok
林明樂 (Traditional)/>Làm Mìnglohk(Cantonese)
Lín Mínglè (Mandarin)

(1981-02-27) 27 February 1981 (age 38)
Nationality Hong Kong
Years active1999–present
Partner(s)Sharon Chan, Chloe Nguyen, Lisa Ch'ng
AwardsTVB Anniversary AwardsMost Improved Male Artiste
2017 My Dearly Sinful Mind, Bet Hur, Love and Construction & All Work No Pay Holidays Sr.2

Chinese name

Mat Yeung Ming (born 27 February 1981) is a Hong Kong television actor best known for his roles as Lui Ting in Screen Play (2000), as Wan Po-yu in The 'W' Files (2003), as Tin Hoi in Be Home for Dinner (2011), and as Senior Inspector Jasper Kong in Master of Play (2012).


In September 1998, Yeung signed a management contract with TVB after graduating from the company's 17th Artiste Training Class. He was given his first major role in the comedy-drama serial Screen Play (2000), where he portrayed Lui Ting, a character based on Nicholas Tse. Yeung was pushed by his company to compete in the male beauty pageant Mister World in 2000, and was misplaced. Yeung returned to Hong Kong and played a few more minor roles afterwards, before winning another major role in youth drama Aqua Heroes and mystery/adventure drama The 'W' Files, both which aired in 2003.

In 2005, his career was interrupted when Yeung was arrested for DUI and criminal damage.[1] He was sentenced to 150 hours of community service,[2] and became the first TVB actor having to retake acting classes again.[1] To make ends meet, Yeung opened a clothing retail store in Mong Kok, Hong Kong in 2006, but the store closed down within a year of business. He tried another business with selling Chinese mitten crab, but the business went bankrupt within three months.[1]

In 2011, Yeung's career was revived after a successful portrayal of Tin Hoi in the sitcom Be Home for Dinner. He was nominated for Most Improved Male Artiste at the 2011 TVB Anniversary Awards.


Television dramas
Year Title Role Notes
1999 Face to Face extra
A Kindred Spirit extra Sitcom
Dragon Love extra
At the Threshold of an Era extra
Witness to a Prosecution extra
2000 War of the Genders extra Sitcom
Ups and Downs extra
The Threat of Love extra
Armed Reaction II extra
Street Fighters extra
Incurable Traits extra
A Matter of Customs extra
Screen Play Lui Ting
Crimson Sabre extra
2001 Armed Reaction III
Seven Sisters
2002 Family Man
The Trust of a Lifetime
2003 Back to Square One
Aqua Heroes Sam Kong Koon-kit
The 'W' Files Wan Po-yu
2004 A Handful of Love Calvin
To Get Unstuck in Time Ko Ming
Shades of Truth Leung Ka-lok (Happy Jai)
2005 The Academy Chan Ling-ling's boyfriend
Women on the Run Ching Jun
Face to Fate Chor Man-kung
Healing Hands III Ko Lok
Forensic Heroes Frankie Mok Cheuk-ho
2007 Ten Brothers Long Legs Seven Previously warehoused; released overseas in 2005
The Ultimate Crime Fighter Ken
Best Selling Secrets Don Episode 55
2008 Catch Me Now Cheng Wai-shing 2 episodes (Eps. 13–14)
The Silver Chamber of Sorrows Sheung Sai-cho
Last One Standing Motel owner
The Money-Maker Recipe Szeto Hiu-kwong
Moonlight Resonance Jimmy Wong Hiu-lung
The Four Soldier cameo
2008-2009 The Gem of Life Oscar
2009 Just Love II Lee King-ho 4 episodes
E.U. Kwok King-cheung
The Winter Melon Tale Prince
2010 In the Eye of the Beholder Ha Hau-yung
Fly with Me Danny Yung Man-lai
Some Day Sin Pok Sitcom recurring
A Pillow Case of Mystery II Chik Ming-yin
Beauty Knows No Pain Owen
The Comeback Clan Chung Ching (Eight)
Twilight Investigation Sean Wong Chun-fung Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste
2011 Only You Keegan Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste
Love and Again Ying Fung Previously warehoused; released overseas in 2004
Be Home for Dinner Tin Hoi Sitcom regular
Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste
My Sister of Eternal Flower Koo Suk-lam Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste
The Other Truth Ben Wong Chi-nam 4 episodes (Eps. 14–19)
Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste
2012 Daddy Good Deeds Peter cameo
Master of Play Senior Inspector Jasper Kong Sing-yu
No Good Either Way Jacky Ho Ching-chik
The Last Steep Ascent Ngai Po-law
2012-2013 Missing You Marcus Lo Yin-pan
2013 The Day of Days Wang Tsan-bong
Season of Love Hinson Dai Yu-hin Episodes 1–5: "Chapter of Spring"
Slow Boat Home Chan Moon-kei
Karma Rider Ching Ying-hung
2014 Outbound Love Ching Chin-bok
Storm in a Cocoon Hung Chuk-gau
Black Heart White Soul Lau Yim
Shades of Life Kwong Chi Hung Episode 12
2015 Madam Cutie On Duty Brother Chang Han
Momentary Lapse Of Reason Sam Yat Yin
Every Step You Take Cameo appearance
Captain of Destiny Sam Ching Sum
Lord of Shanghai
2015-2016 The Executioner Chek Tsz-chau
2016 My Dangerous Mafia Retirement Plan Liu Shau-Kay
Brother's Keeper II Luck
2017 My Dearly Sinful Mind Tong Yat (Day)
2018 Apple-colada Wong Yau-choi
Fist Fight Ha Tin Hang (Leo)
2019 The Defected Yau Lai-kit (Mat)
Police Tactical Unit 2019 Ding Jin-bo
My Commissioned Lover Long Qiu-yong (Gus)


  1. ^ a b c 《心戰》慘死情侶煲起 翻生揚明:試過半年冇糧出 [Master of Play's tragic couple heats up, resurrected Mat Yeung: "Had no income for six months"]. Face Magazine via IHKTV (in Chinese). 2012-06-05. Retrieved 2012-06-05.
  2. ^ 揚明判社會服務令 [Mat Yeung sentenced to community service]. Sina (in Chinese). 2007-09-20. Retrieved 2012-06-05.

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