William Chak

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William Chak
William Chak 2014 (cropped).jpg
Background information
Chinese name 翟威廉
Pinyin Zhái Wēilián (Mandarin)
Jyutping Zaak6 Wai1 Lim4 (Cantonese)
Born (1985-03-29) 29 March 1985 (age 32)
 Hong Kong
Other name(s) Chak Fung (翟鋒)
Occupation Actor, presenter
Years active 2005–present
Ancestry Guangxi, China
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chak.

William Chak (born 29 March 1985) is a Hong Kong actor and presenter who achieved fame through TVB's 2010 Mr. Hong Kong contest. He formerly performed under the stage name Chak Fung.

When Chak was eighteen, he traveled to Tokyo, Japan as an exchange student and performed as a comedic dancer in the streets to earn tuition money. After winning the 1st runner up at Hong Kong ATV's 2005 Mr. Asia Contest, he returned to Japan to finish his schooling. In 2006, he signed an artiste contract with ATV. In 2008, Chak graduated from N-atv's Artiste Training Class. After his contracted with ATV ended in 2009, Chak stayed in South Korea for a year, and earned a black belt in Taekwondo. He returned to Hong Kong in 2010 and joined TVB's 2010 Mr. Hong Kong contest, and holds the record for the first Mr. Hong Kong to win eight different awards.



Year Title Role Notes
2011 Turning Point 2 Assistant Officer Tak Cameo
2012 I Love Hong Kong 2012 Siu-hung's boyfriend Cameo
2016 Buddy Cops
2016 Line Walker

Television drama[edit]

Title Title Role Notes
2005–06 Happy Family Ching Kwong-fai Sitcom recurring role
2006 Hong Kong Criminal Files Ng Chin-wah
Relentless Justice young Yip Chung-yin
2007 Teen Waves Chak Shing-man
2007–08 Mahjong Gathering Tang Sin-hang Sitcom recurring role
2008 Today in Court Episode 11
2011 Be Home for Dinner Doctor Episodes 152–153
Forensic Heroes III Frankie Episode 1–2
2012 L'Escargot Randy Episode 11–12
Let It Be Love Lau Chung-lam Episode 3
Daddy Good Deeds Constable Lau Hong-wah
Gloves Come Off Kwok Tze-ho / Black Panther
House of Harmony and Vengeance Ngo Suet-chung
No Good Either Way Brian Sing Kar-yan
Tiger Cubs Asst. Sergeant Cheung Kai-kwong
Highs and Lows Gangster (cameo) Episode 22
2013 Season of Love Jack Chan Episodes 6–10: "Chapter of Summer"
Sergeant Tabloid Constable Yau Man-chi (Delay Gor) Previously warehoused; released overseas April 2012
Triumph in the Skies II Tucker Luk Wah-tak
Sniper Standoff Asst. Sergeant Lau Kwai
2014 Outbound Love Guest star
Ruse of Engagement Guest star
Shades of Life Hung Jik
Come On, Cousin To Man-jun
2014-15 Tiger Cubs II Asst. Sergeant Cheung Kai-kwong
Officer Geomancer Caa Gam-doi
2015 Raising the Bar Sunny Guest star episode 25
Smooth Talker Chung Kwok-wai
Limelight Years Ken Pak
Every Step You Take Lam Chung-wai
Angel In-the-Making Mo Chi-fung

Hosting programmes[edit]

  • 2006–07:Facts (Co-host)
  • 2007–2008: Smart Class (Co-host)
  • 2008: HD Game King (Co-host)
  • 2008: Sik Yum, Sik Sik, Sik Heung Mei (識飲識食識香味) (Co-host)
  • 2010: Kitchen Diva Louisa (Guest host)
  • 2010: Papua Solomon's Treasure (Co-host)
  • 2011: Hap Kar Foon Lok Ying San Chun (合家歡樂迎新春) (Co-host)
  • 2011: Bao Chui Kei Yan (爆趣奇人) (Co-host)
  • 2011: William's Korea Adventures
  • 2012: The Sun Rises Still (Co-host)


  • 2005: Mr. Asia
    • 1st runner up
    • Hong Kong Male's Most SMS Popular Contestant
  • 2010: Mr. Hong Kong
    • Winner
    • 旅游大使獎
    • 活力先生獎
    • 魅力先生獎
    • 粉絲關注大獎
    • 型男活力獎
    • 型男勁力大比拚冠軍
    • 最具魅力香港先生
    • 魅力才俊獎


External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
Mr. Hong Kong
Preceded by
Jack Hui
Mr. Hong Kong
Succeeded by
Clayton Li