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Wong He

Wong He
Chinese name 王喜
Birth name Kwong Ngai Yee (鄺毅怡)
Ancestry Taishan, Guangdong
Origin Hong Kong
Born (1967-07-27) 27 July 1967 (age 46)
 Hong Kong
Other name(s) Wong Hei
Occupation Actor, singer, presenter
Genre(s) Cantopop
Instrument(s) Singing
Label(s) Avex Trax
Years active 1992–present

Wong He (born 27 July 1967), sometimes credited as Wong Hei, is a Hong Kong actor, singer, and presenter. He is best known for his firefighter roles in TVB's Burning Flame trilogy. As a former police officer, Wong has acted primarily in law enforcement roles during his career at TVB, which gave rise to rumors that his stage name is based on the Cantonese term "皇氣" (lit. "royal air"), a slang term for the Royal Hong Kong Police. Wong is a practicing Buddhist, having converted in 2000.[1]

Early life

Born in Hong Kong, Wong grew up in Lam Tin where he attended SKH Kei Hau Secondary School. He has an elder sister and a younger brother. He was a former Royal Hong Kong police officer before entering the entertainment industry.


Wong began his entertainment career in 1992 as a radio host for Commercial Radio Hong Kong and later as a host for ATV.

In 1996, Wong joined TVB and starred his first TV series Nothing to Declare. He became popularly known for his role as Yau Chi Dak ("OK Dak") in the successful TVB drama, Food of Love. In 1997, Wong received his first nomination for Best Actor at the TVB Anniversary Awards for his performance in Deadly Protection. Later that year, Wong starred in TVB comedy A Tough Side of a Lady.

In 1998, Wong scored his breakthrough role when he played a firefighter in the classic hit TVB series Burning Flame. He was nominated as one of the top five finalists for Best Actor at the 1999 TVB Anniversary Awards. Burning Flame made Wong a household name and led to the reprisal of his firefighter role in the 2002 sequel Burning Flame II. Wong won My Favourite Television Character Award for his role as Kei Tak Tin in Burning Flame II at the 2002 TVB Anniversary Awards.

In 2000, Wong launched an "au naturel" pictorial book, "Access Wong He," the proceeds of which were all donated to the relief fund for Taiwan's 921 Earthquake. Wong has also made a number of film appearances in Hong Kong. He was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the fifth Golden Bauhinia Awards for The Boss Up There. In addition, he has starred in several TV series in Singapore, Taiwan, and Mainland China.

As a popular TVB actor, Wong signed a recording contract with Avex Trax. In 2001, Wong released his debut EP, Xi Xin Chang Ge (喜新唱歌), featuring "Love is the Sea," the ending theme song from A Matter of Customs. With the success of his debut EP, Wong released his debut album I Believe...Wong He in February 2002. In September of the same year, Wong released another album Call Me in the Morning. In addition, he sang the theme songs for several of his TV series, Doomed to Oblivion, Net Deception, Shades of Truth, and Twilight Investigation.

In 2004, Wong played a computer hacker in TVB's Net Deception, which was released overseas in 2004 and in Hong Kong in 2006. He won the My Favourite Shot Award for his role in Net Deception at the 2005 Astro Wah Lai Toi Drama Awards in Malaysia. Later in the same year, Wong starred opposite Chilam Cheung in Shades of Truth.

Wong had lead roles in TVB series C.I.B. Files (2006) and Fathers and Sons (2007). In 2008, he appeared in The Gem of Life.

In 2009, Wong reprised his role as a firefighter in Burning Flame III. In 2010, Wong paired up with Linda Chung in mystery comedy Twilight Investigation and received praises for their performances.[2]



Year Title Role Network Awards Notes
1996 Nothing to Declare Cheung Hou Fai TVB
Food of Love Yau Chi Dak TVB
1997 Deadly Protection Chan Fu Gwai TVB Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actor (Top 8)
A Tough Side of a Lady Ho Ko Sing TVB
1998 Burning Flame Lok Tin Yau TVB Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actor (Top 5)
Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for My Favourite On-Screen Partners (Dramas) (Top 5)
1999 Side Beat Chou Sai Fan TVB
Sensitive New Age Guy Zhao Zheng Nan Singapore MediaCorp
2000 A Matter of Customs Lam Chi Kong TVB Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actor
Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for My Favourite Television Character
Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for My Favourite On-Screen Partners (Dramas) with Jessica Hsuan
2001 A Step into the Past Drummer (cameo) TVB (Episode 6)
Jiao Feng Xu Jiang Hai Mainland China
2002 Burning Flame II Kei Tak Tin (Peter) TVB Won – TVB Anniversary Award for My Favourite Television Character
Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actor
Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for My Favourite On-Screen Partners (Dramas) with Maggie Cheung Ho-Yee
Doomed to Oblivion Cheng Ban Kiu TVB
Wind and Cloud Chun Seung (Frost) Taiwan CTV
2003 Romancing Hong Kong Yu Zhen Bang Mainland China
2004 Net Deception Yiu Sing Tin (Eros) TVB Won – Astro Wah Lai Toi Drama Awards for My Favourite Shot
Shades of Truth Lam Chi-Chung (TC) TVB Nominated – TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actor
2005 Beauty Girls Zhuang Jia Ying Mainland China
2006 Powder Leads a Race Chen Hao Mainland China
2006 C.I.B. Files Chung Jing (Mark) TVB Nominated – TVB Award for Best Actor (Top 20)
Nominated – TVB Award for My Favourite Male Character (Top 20)
2007 Fathers and Sons Ko Ching TVB Nominated – TVB Award for Best Actor (Top 20)
Nominated – TVB Award for My Favourite Male Character (Top 24)
2008 Best Selling Secrets Ng Gung-Gan (Kilo) TVB
The Gem of Life Shek Tai Wor TVB
2009 Burning Flame III Chung Yau Sing TVB Nominated – TVB Award for Best Actor (Top 15)
Nominated – TVB Award for My Favourite Male Character (Top 15)
2010 Some Day Gau Man-fu TVB
Twilight Investigation Kei On-kui (Encore) TVB


Year Title Role Notes
1994 Touches of Love
1995 Mack the Knife Tiger aka Dr. Mack
Passion 1995 Lung
Husbands and Wives
1996 The Killer Has No Return Dung Jan Wa
Stooge, My Love Biscuit
1997 Mad Stylist Dee
Love is Not a Game, But a Joke DJ of Sex Chatline
1999 The Accident Wong Man-Lok
The Boss Up There Dog
2000 Legend of 2 Dragons
Sworn Revenge Ching Fai
Undercover Blues Charles
2001 The Bird of Prey To Ping TV-movie (TVB)
Zhan You
2002 Twilight Zone Cops: Models Angel Chiu Zhong Han
Love in Garden Street Ronald
Memento Officer Chow
2003 The Final Shot Fai TV-movie (TVB)
Sai Kung Story Ming
The Story of Soccer Bet aka Football Gambling
The Dark Side of My Mind Kent
2004 My Baby Shot Me Down Wong Wai Tim
Men in a Blue Mood Pat aka Men in the Blue Mood
2010 Close to You
Color Me Love
2012 Laugh and Cry Forbidden
Love 789



  • 2001 Xi Xin Chang Ge (喜新唱歌) (EP)
  • 2002 I Believe...Wong Hei
  • 2002 Call Me In the Morning

Television Theme Songs

  • 2000 '"Love is the Sea" (戀愛是個海) A Matter of Customs ending theme song
  • 2002 "Hardly Confused" (難得糊塗) Doomed to Oblivion opening theme song
  • 2002 "Scanty with Words" (沉默寡言) Doomed to Oblivion ending theme song
  • 2004 "Gray Terror" (灰色恐怖) Net Deception opening theme song
  • 2004 "Worth" (價值) Net Deception ending theme song
  • 2004 "No Half Space" (沒有半分空間) Shades of Truth theme song
  • 2010 "Mind Eater" (食腦) Twilight Investigation theme song

Awards and nominations


External links

  • Official TVB Blog of Wong He
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Hong Kong Movie DataBase
  • Wong Hei at LoveHKFilm
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