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Steven Cheung (actor)

Steven Cheung
Steven Cheung (right)
Chinese name 張致恆 (traditional)
Chinese name 张致恒 (simplified)
Pinyin zhāng zhìhéng (Mandarin)
Jyutping coeng4 zi3 hang4 (Cantonese)
Ancestry Dutch, Chinese
Origin Hong Kong
Born (1984-11-10) November 10, 1984
Occupation Singer, Actor
Genre(s) Cantopop
Instrument(s) Singing
Label(s) Emperor Entertainment Group
Associated acts Sun Boy'z (formerly Boy'z, 2002-2008)

Steven Cheung Chi-hang (born November 10, 1984) is a Hong Kong singer and actor. Steven Cheung was a member of the Cantopop duo, Sun Boy'z from 2002–2006, where William Chan joined in and the group was renamed Sun Boy'z. It was officially disbanded in December, 2008.

Contents

  • Biography 1
    • Early life and career 1.1
  • Filmography 2
  • Television series 3
  • Discography 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Biography

Early life and career

Cheung was born and raised in Hong Kong to a Dutch mother and a Chinese father.

Cheung never had academic talent. He failed badly in school and repeated the same grade level three times before dropping out. He and younger brother Ryan Chung became models for Jamcast under the influence of their sister, Jan Chung. He was later accepted into Emperor Entertainment Group, while Jan Chung became a member of the music duo Krusty.

Cheung began his career in the entertainment industry as one-half of the duo BOY'Z with Kenny Kwan in 2002-2005. When Kwan left BOY'Z in January 2005, Cheung continued the duo with Dennis Mak. In June 2006, William Chan joined BOY'Z and the group was renamed as Sun Boy'z (With "Sun" being a parody of the Cantonese pronunciation of "new"). Cheung continued to lead the group until it was disbanded in 2008.

In 2003, Cheung started filming movies with Kenny Kwan and has appeared in a string of low budget movies including, The Death Curse, Bug Me Not!, The Haunted School and A Chinese Tall Story.

In 2009, Cheung and Kenny Kwan started collaborating again under the name Boy'Z.

Filmography

[2] [3]

Television series

Discography

As Boy'Z:

2003:

  • LaLa 世界
  • LaLa 世界 (第二版)
  • 一起喝采
  • A Year to Remember (AVEP)

2004:

  • A Year To Remember (3rd Version)
  • Boy'zone 男生圍
  • Boy'zone (Version 2)
  • Boy'z Can Cook
  • Joy to the World Christmas Hits (Box Set with Twins, Yumiko Cheng and Isabella Leong)

2005:

  • 星Mobile超時空接觸演唱會
  • 八星報囍賀賀囍 (CD with Twins, Yumiko Cheng, Isabella Leong, Deep Ng and Don Li)

2006

  • Sun Boy'z - Sun Boy'z (EP)
  • Say Goodbye [Isabella Leong ft. Steven Cheung]

2007

  • Sun Boy'z - All For 1
  • Sun Boy'z - First Date (初次約會)

2011

  • Boy'z - Ready to Go

References

  1. ^ 资料:电影《恶男事件》主创简介 [Information: Movie (Yes, I Can See Dead People) Film Production Profile] (in Chinese). 新浪娱乐. 8 April 2008. Retrieved 7 April 2010. 
  2. ^ "Steven Cheung Chi-hang". imdb.com. Retrieved April 5, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Steven Cheung Chi-hang". chinesemov.com. Retrieved April 5, 2010. 

External links

  • Official Site (EEG Artist Page)
  • Steven's Personal Blog
  • IMDb entry
  • Boyz Malaysia Fan Club
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