|Chinese name||黃偉文 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||黄伟文 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||huang2 wei3 wen2 (Mandarin)|
|Jyutping||wong4 wai5 man4 (Cantonese)|
|Born||21 May 1969|
Wyman Wong, born 21 May 1969, is one of the most important Cantopop lyricists in Hong Kong. His works are characterised by puns and other word plays, always pushing the boundaries in both style and content. Previously, he worked as a DJ at Commercial Radio Hong Kong. He has acted in films and hosted the Hong Kong version of television show 1 vs 100, and is a fashion columnist.
Filmography as actor includes:
- Knock Off (1998)
- The Lion Roars (2002)
- The Mummy, Aged 19 (2002)
- I Love Hong Kong (2011)
- Golden Chicken 3 (2014)
- 12 Golden Ducks (2015)
- Kyrie Chie, Hong Kong lyricist Wyman Wong holds six-day concert. University of Southern California, 28 February 2012. "One of Hong Kong's most prominent lyricists and DJs, Wyman Wong"
- The Style Issue, Time Out Hong Kong. 15 September 2011. "It doesn’t take a serious Cantopop fan to appreciate the impact Sammi Cheng and Wyman Wong have had on Hong Kong’s cultural scene. They are serious supernovas in the city’s music industry"
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