Eric Tsang Chi-wai MH
The Medal of Honour is part of the honours system in Hong Kong. It was created in 1997 to replace the British honours system after the transfer of sovereignty to the People's Republic of China and the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region...
(born 14 April 1953 in Hong Kong
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with family roots in Xinhui, Guangdong
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) is a prolific Hong Kong
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An actor is a person who acts in a dramatic production and who works in film, television, theatre, or radio in that capacity...
, film director
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, film producer
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and television host
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best known for hosting the Super Trio series
The Super Trio Series is a Hong Kong variety show produced by TVB. The series debuted in 1995, and remained in production for ten years due to its popularity. The show was hosted by Eric Tsang and his two assistants - Jerry Lamb and Chin Kar-lok. The show initially ended its run with the airing of...
Television Broadcasts Limited, commonly known as TVB, is the second over-the-air commercial television station in Hong Kong. It commenced broadcasting on 19 November 1967...
over the course of 10 years.
Due to his popularity, he is often the MC in events organized by TVB
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, and is nicknamed "the Prize Master" (獎門人）). In his youth, Eric was a Hong Kong professional soccer player.
Tsang's father, Tsang Kai-wing, was in the Police Force
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from 1940 to 1972, and served as a sergeant-major under the legendary "HK$500 Million Sergeant" Lui Lok, so-called for the wealth he earned in bribes received as a police officer. Tsang fled to Taiwan
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from the ICAC
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in 1976 after being convicted of corruption and sentenced to three years in jail, while still free pending an appeal. In 2001, the Department of Justice
The Department of Justice is the department responsible for the laws of Hong Kong headed by the Secretary for Justice. Before 1997, the names of the department and the position was the Legal Department and Attorney General respectively....
seized his house in La Salle Road
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and later auctioned it for HK$4.35 million after 10 years of civil proceedings. He died in Taiwan in 2011 with Eric and other family members around him. (Tsang senior was also once briefly a professional soccer player.)
Eric Tsang began his showbusiness career as a stuntman. He is known for being a short plump guy with a habit of speaking before thinking, often landing himself into hot water. His insults have led to him being assaulted by rumoured triads over bad mouthing singer Joey Yung
Joey Yung is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer and actress from Emperor Entertainment Group. She won the prestigious JSG "Most Popular Female Singer" and "Ultimate Best Female Singer - Gold" awards a record breaking six times, thus emerging as one of the premier Cantonese singers in Hong Kong...
. Most recently he had to apologize for crude comments he made towards Yumiko Cheng
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during a TV act when she accidentally exposed her underwear.
Nevertheless, Eric also appeared in many successful Hong Kong films, gaining actor awards and nominations. Early on in his career, he was typecast as a bubbling, ugly, and crude sidekick, and it wasn't until encouragement from his daughter to stop doing comedic roles that he went on to star in a film with friend Alan Tam
Wing Lun Alan Tam, MH is an award-winning Hong Kong Cantopop and English pop singer and actor. During the early 1980s he played a major role in developing the cantopop scene as he was known for singing romantic ballads with modern arrangements. As of 2008, he is still active in the music...
and was awarded a Hong Kong best actor award. Cinema critic, Perry Lam of Muse
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, writes that Tsang 'brings directness, straightness and a lack of nonsense to whatever role he plays, and occasionally demonstrates an uncanny ability to enter the egoless states of which only the greatest of character actors like Robert Duvall are capable.'
Eric Tsang is also an avid Buddhist, often leading other actors in efforts to raise money for Hong Kong Buddhist temple
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s and events.
His best friends are Natalis Chan
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and Alan Tam, and his daughter is Mandopop
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singer Bowie Tsang
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. Tsang also has a son, actor and writer Derek Tsang.
He is a cousin (through his father) of former Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development
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Frederick Ma Si-hang , is the chairman of a China Strategic Group . As a former Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, he was a popular figure with the public and with legislators of all parties...
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- Lover's Discourse (2010)
- I Love Hong Kong
I Love Hong Kong is a 2011 Hong Kong comedy film produced and directed by Eric Tsang. Film stars Tsang, Tony Leung Ka-fai, Sandra Ng and a star-studded cast of Hong Kong stars. It was released in Chinese New Year Day.-Ng family:-Other cast:...
- Men Suddenly in Love
Men Suddenly in Love is a 2011 Hong Kong romantic comedy film produced by, written by and directed by Wong Jing. Film stars Eric Tsang, Chapman To, Jim Chim, Wong Jing and Tat Dik.-Cast:* Eric Tsang as York Ng * Chapman To as Keith Szeto...
- The Founding of a Party
The Founding of a Party, alternatively titled in English Beginning of the Great Revival for its international release, is a Chinese film released in 2011 to mark the 90th anniversary of the Communist Party of China...
- The Fortune Buddies
The Fortune Buddies is a 2011 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Chung Shu Kai, produced by and starring Eric Tsang. Co-stars include Louis Yuen, Wong Cho-lam and Johnson Lee who are known as "Fuk Luk Sau" , Maggie Cheung, Fala Chen and Pauline Wong, who has been in retirement for years. The film...
- Summer Love
Summer Love may refer to:* "Summer Love" , a 2007 song by Justin Timberlake* "Summer Love" , a 1975 song by Sherbet* "Summer Love", a 1957 song by Joni James* Summer Love...
- 72 Heroes (2011)
Mural is a 2011 Chinese film directed by Gordon Chan. .It is a sequel to Painted Skin . Both stories are drawn from Pu Songling's collection of supernatural tales Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio.-Synopsis:...