Ron Ng

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Ron Ng
吳卓羲 Ron Ng (9522094195).jpg
Background information
Chinese name吳卓羲 (traditional)
PinyinWú Zhuóxī (Mandarin)
JyutpingNg4 Coek3 Hei1 (Cantonese)
BornNg Siu Tong (吳兆棠)
(1979-09-14) 14 September 1979 (age 39)
Hong Kong
OccupationActor, singer, ambassador, professional model and dancer
Years active1998–present
Genre(s)Cantopop
AncestryZhongshan, Guangdong, China
Awards
TVB Anniversary Awards
Most Improved Male Artiste
2004 Twin of Brothers
Other awards
CTV Award for Best Actor
2010 Pretty Maid

Ron Ng Cheuk-hei (born 2 September 1979) is a Hong Kong TVB actor, singer, professional dancer and model.

Early life[edit]

Ron Ng was born on 2 September 1979. He was highly influenced by his sister’s love for dancing. Hence, he decided to take a risk and turn his hobbies into his career. In 1999, he enrolled into TVB’s 7th Entry Dancers Class.

Early career[edit]

Ron Ng graduated from TVB's "7th Entry" Dance Training Class in 1999 and "1st Entry" Artist Training Class in 2000. Officially becoming a TVB artist after signing a contract with the company in 2000, Ron has worked with TVB ever since.

In 2000, Ron’s actor career commenced as Louis Koo recommended him to enlist in the acting classes. After graduating from acting classes, he began his career in minor roles.

Acting career[edit]

After his transition from dancer to television actor in 2000, Ron was featured in minor roles until he received his breakout role, Issac Tong in the 2003 TVB drama series Triumph in the Skies, which gained him his popularity with the audience. Ron then won TVB's Most Improved Actor Award in 2004 with his performance in the drama Twin of Brothers at the 37th TVB Anniversary Awards.

His break-through came in the series Triumph in the Skies, and despite the criticisms and rumors circulating Hong Kong tabloids, Ron has won himself a large fan-base in Hong Kong through this appearance. He was one of the four TVB actors selected to be the spokespeople of the 2006 World Cup. Besides Ron, the three chosen ones were Raymond Lam, Kevin Cheng and Bosco Wong.

Because of his role in Twin of Brothers, Ron won his first award, "Most Improved actor in 2004". Since 2004, Ron frequently entered the top finalists in competition for TVB’s Best Actor and TVB's Favourite TV character award alongside many actors and senior actors.

In 2004, together with Myolie Wu, they were appointed as "Anti-drug Youth Ambassadors" and leading 35 members from Radio Television Hong Kong's "Never Give-up Association" in an effort to support young people staying drug-free.[1]

Ron was featured in the movie Moments Of Love in 2005.

After being named TVB Most Improved Actor in 2004 for his role in "Twin of Brothers", he was voted Super Idol by TVB weekly and My Favourite TV character in Astro Wah Lai Toi TV Awards in 2005.

He acted in several series on the mainland, leading to a high demand for him on the mainland. He featured and led in several popular series on the mainland, such as Chocolate Lovers, Life and Death, Pretty Maid.

Singing career[edit]

In 2006, he signed a contract with BMA Music Records and released his first EP, The Fast Pass and his first album, Fast Forward, which was released in January. He later won several Hong Kong Music awards with his new album, including the Best Newcomer Award and Top 10 Hits Award.

Ron was awarded the Silver Medal Award Best Newcomer at the Jade Solid Gold Awards in 2005 and hosted his own concert (FAST FORWARD) in 2006. After entering the entertainment industry, 2006 is the most fruitful year in terms of income, wealth and fame. Since he had released albums, he had more time to earn more money by attending functions elsewhere.

In his own concert, Ron invited Bosco Wong, Niki Chow, Bernice Liu etc., as his guest in the concert.

On 22 May 2010, Ron, Bosco Wong, Kevin Cheng, and Moses Chan hosted a concert at Arena of Stars called "Men's Live in Genting" in Genting, Malaysia.

In August 2016, Ron, along with Ruco Chan, Tavia Yeung, and Nancy Wu performed at Be Charmed 2 (雲頂綻放魅力2演唱會)

Discography[edit]

Awards[edit]

2003

  • Metro ShowBiz TV Awardsb – Most Popular Male Actor
  • Yahoo Popularity Awards – Most Searched Rising-Popularity Artiste
  • Shanghai TV Festival – Most Potential Actor

2004

  • Next Television Award – The Most "Bright Future" Male Actor
  • Next Television Award – The Most Outstanding Style New Actor
  • The Most Healthy Appearance Award – Top Ten Healthiest Artiste
  • The Most Healthy Appearance Award – Armani Active Award
  • Guardian’s Number One Most Healthy Award – Charming Award
  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2004) – Most Improved Actor

2005

  • Next Television Award' – Top Ten Artiste Number 10
  • TVB Weekly Magazine Most Popular Idol Award – Most Popular Idol (Male)
  • TVB Weekly Magazine Most Popular Idol Award – Most Popular Ancient Times Character Award (Male)
  • Jade Solid Gold Second round – Newcomer Award
  • Yahoo! Most Searched Artistes Award – Yahoo! Most Searched Television Male Artiste
  • Metroshowbiz Hit Awards – Hit Awards 2005 Karaoke Song
  • 2005 Children's Song Awards – Top Ten Children’s Songs
  • 2005 Jade Solid Gold Top 10 Awards – The most popular new male artist

2006

  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2006) – Best Actor (nominated)
  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2006) – My Favorite Male Character (nominated)
  • Astro Wah Lai Toi 2005 Television Awards Ceremony (Malaysia) – My Favorite Character Award
  • Jade Solid Gold Top 10 Awards – Favorite Newcomer Male Award
  • Hits Television Drama Awards – Popular Television Artiste
  • Ultimate Song King (GuangZhou) – Most Potential Newcomer (Hong Kong)
  • TV Series Themes Awards (Beijing) – Most Potential Artiste in Hong Kong Vicinity
  • Lui Ting 881 Who Can Stand Against Me – Beautiful Voice Daddy
  • Lui Ting 881 Who Can Stand Against Me – Most Potential Artiste
  • Awards – Happy Shop Most Energetic Artiste
  • TVB Children’s Songs Award – Ten Best Songs for "Ultimate Battle

2007

  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2007) – Best Actor (nominated)
  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2007) – My Favorite Male Character (nominated)
  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2007) – Mainland Most Popular TVB Male Artist
  • Astro Wah Lai Toi 2006 Television Awards Ceremony (Malaysia) – My Favorite Character Award
  • Hong Kong’s Future Big-Time Celebrity 2006 (GuangZhou) – Hong Kong Future Big-Time Celebrity
  • Hong Kong’s Future Big-Time Celebrity 2006 (GuangZhou) – Most Popular Artiste
  • 9+2音樂先鋒榜 – Best Male Actor-Singer Award – Best Male Actor-Singer Award
  • Metro ShowBiz TV Awards – Most Popular Male Actor
  • Next Magazine TV Awards – Top Ten TV Artistes

2008

  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2008) – My Favorite Male Character (nominated)
  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2008) – Favourite Actor (in Mainland China) (nominated)
  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2008) – TVB Long Term Service and Outstanding Staff Award
  • Three Weekly – Favourite Character
  • Fung Yan Award (China) – "Potential Star"
  • Fung Yan Award (China) – Favourite Character
  • Singapore Entertainment Awards – My Most Favourite Hong Kong Drama Series Actor
  • QQ Entertainment Award – Favorite Hong Kong TV Actor
  • Singapore Entertainment Awards – OMY Web Hottest Celeb
  • Yahoo Popularity Awards

2009

  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2009) – Best Supporting Actor (nominated)
  • TVB Anniversary Awards (2009) – TVB.com Popular Artist (nominated)
  • Next Magazine TV Artists Award – Top Ten TV Artistes
  • China Fashion Carnival – Most Fashionable Artiste
  • Sohu.com – 50 Most Beautiful Person on Earth
  • HIM Magazine Awards – Cover Award
  • Esquire Magazine Awards – Most Promising Star
  • Children's Song Awards – Top Ten Children’s Songs
  • Yahoo! Buzz Award – Most Popular TV Male Artist

2011

  • TVB Anniversary Awards – Best Actor (nominated)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Drug InfoCentre combats drug abuse". website. news.gov.hk. 21 June 2004. Archived from the original on 25 June 2004. Retrieved 20 March 2010.

External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
TVB Anniversary Awards
Preceded by
Raymond Lam
for Survivor's Law
Most Improved Actor
2004
for Twin of Brothers
Succeeded by
Bosco Wong
for Wars of In-laws