Ngo Ka-nin

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Pierre Ngo)
Jump to: navigation, search
Ngo Ka-nin
Chinese name 敖嘉年
Pinyin Áo Jiānián (Mandarin)
Jyutping Ngou4 Gaa1 Nin4 (Cantonese)
Born (1976-09-26) 26 September 1976 (age 40)
 Hong Kong
Other name(s) Pierre Ngo
Occupation Actor, television host
Years active 1998–present
Ancestry Haifeng County, Guangdong China
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Ngo.

Ngo Ka-nin (敖嘉年, born 26 September 1976) is a Hong Kong actor and host. He debuted as a radio DJ before he got into acting. He has also been one of the hosts for the entertainment news show, E-Buzz, since 2005 to 2007.

Ngo is perhaps best known for his role as Chiang Bit-man in the 2009 drama Rosy Business, which earned him the Most Improved Actor award and a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the 2009 TVB Anniversary Awards.[1] His popularity got a further boost when he delivered a sterling performance as Tong Gat in No Regrets. He was seen as a hot favourite for the Best Supporting Actor award, together with Mak Cheung-ching of the same drama and Dominic Lam of A Fistful of Stances, with the award being given to Mak in the end.


Year Film Role Notes
2009 Turning Point Lo Fai
2010 Ip Man 2 Leung Kan
Perfect Wedding Wing
2011 I Love Hong Kong
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Gods of Honour Muk-tsa
2002 Love is Beautiful Chiu Hei
Lofty Waters Verdant Bow Leung Leung-hong
2003 The 'W' Files Wong Tong
Riches and Stitches Koon Ling-shing's subordinate
2004 The Vigilante in the Mask Ching Shek-chuen
War and Beauty Wong Fuk-sau
The Conqueror's Story Emperor Yi of Chor
2005 Love Bond News reporter
The Charm Beneath Chuk Yau-bong
Always Ready Hong Yau-wah
2006 Lethal Weapons of Love and Passion Yip So-tung
Under the Canopy of Love Lung
Forensic Heroes Tam Wai-sing
Au Revoir Shanghai Yau Chap-pak Warehoused
2007 Best Bet Tsang Tak—kin
The Ultimate Crime Fighter Toby Kwan Tik-on
2007–8 Survivor's Law II Fan Tsan-ting
2008 Wars of In-Laws II Joe
The Four Hung King
2009 Rosy Business Chiang Bit-man TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Actor
Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor (Top 5)
Nominated — Mingpao Magazine Entertainment Award for Most Outstanding Male Artiste
Sweetness in the Salt Wu Ting-fai TVB Anniversary Awards for Most Improved Actor
2010 The Season of Fate Kwan Chit-yim
Growing Through Life Hoi Leung (youth)
The Comeback Clan Horace Ngai Chi-on
No Regrets Tong Kat (Spareribs) My AOD Favourite TVB Drama Award for My Favourite Supporting Actor
Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor (Top 5)
2011 A Great Way to Care Yuen Man-hon / Yuen Man-ho Episodes 6–9
The Rippling Blossom Yue Chi-po
My Sister of Eternal Flower Mike Luk Ho-cheong
River of Wine Sung Chi-tsun Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor (Top 15)
2012 Tiger Cubs Chan Lik-hang Episode 6: "Attacking the Fruit Market"
Three Kingdoms RPG Suen Kuen
King Maker Prince Chiu Kwai-sing
2013 Bullet Brain Sergeant Pau Ping-on
Always and Ever Yuen Kwai Nominated - TVB Star Awards for My Best Supporting Actor
Nominated - TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor(Top 10)
2014 Queen Divas Lin Chi-kit
Ghost Dragon of Cold Mountain Nau Dai-lei
All That Is Bitter Is Sweet Dou Yung
2015 Ghost of Relativity Charlie
Lord of Shanghai Mo Kwun-chiu
2016 Speed of Life Wing Tak-him
The Last Healer in Forbidden City Emperor Guangxu


  1. ^ "TVB Artist Profile" (Press release). TVB. 

External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
TVB Anniversary Awards
Preceded by
Wong Cho Lam
for Best Selling Secrets ; Super Trio Supreme ; D.I.E. ; Miss Hong Kong 2008
Most Improved Actor
for Rosy Business ; Sweetness in the Salt
Succeeded by
Raymond Wong Ho-yin
for A Watchdog's Tale ; When Lanes Merge ; Can't Buy Me Love ; No Regrets