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Aaron Kwok Profile

English Name:        

Aaron Kwok aaron kwok

Chinese Name:       

 Kwok Fu-Sing

Birthday:             

10/26

Residence:            

Hong Kong

Nationality:          

Chinese

Marital Status:     

Single (has been rumored to be dating Japanese actress-model Norika Fujiwara since 2000 - on his birthday in 2005, he expressed that he is ready to settle down and could marry suddenly)

Height:               

5’7

Sizes:                 

 37, 29, 37 (as of 98)

Languages:            

 Mandarin, Cantonese, English

Skills:                

Sing, act, play instruments, martial arts, race cars.

Family Structure:    
 

Father (passed away), mother, 2 elder sisters, 2 elder brothers (one expired after a bank robbery incident in 92)

Education:            

F.6 high school

Hobbies:              

Dance, workout, sports, race cars

Favorite Colors:      

 Black, white, blue

Admired Actors:     

Dustin Hoffman, Robert Deniro

Admired Singers:     

 Michael Jackson, Madonna

Favorite Food:        

Hot and spicy

Favorite Place:       

Japan

Favorite Cartoon:     

Mickey Mouse

Favorite Clothing:    

Comfortable

Favorite Pet:         

Dog

Most Memorable:     

His brother’s death

Most Disliked Place:  

Public toilet

Career Background:  

Started out as a TVB dancer in 1984

First Success:        

Hond-Kwong Yany Motor Cycle Commercial in Taiwan in 90

First Award:         

1991 RTHK “Best New Artist”

First Movie:         

  “Close Escape”

First TV Series:      

 The Rise of Genghis Khan

First Album:          

 “Nonstop Loving You”

First Canto Album:   

“Dance, Love, Sing – Forever”

Associated Labels:   
 

Warner, First Strong Workshop, T.V.B., Golden Harvest, Era, Mandarin Films, Media Asia

 

 

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