Julian Cheung

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27, 1971
Hong Kong, China
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27, 1971 (age 50)
Hong Kong, China


Known best for his roles as Chi-Kin and Guo Jing in, respectively, the Hong Kong television series Cold Blood Warm Heart and The Legend of the Condor Heroes, this popular actor also had a career as a vocalist, earning a 1992 TVB Jade Solid Gold Award for his debut solo album, Make Me Happy.

Before Fame

Early in his career, he played the main role in the TVB series Peak of Passion and went on to act in the film A Warrior's Tragedy.


In 1991, he released "A Modern Love Story," an extremely popular duet with Maple Hui.

Family Life

A native of Hong Kong, he attended high school in Sydney, Australia. His marriage to Hong Kong screen actress and beauty pageant winner Anita Yuen resulted in a son named Morton Cheung (born in 2006).

Associated With

He and Steven Ma were both in the cast of the 2000 Hong Kong television series Return of the Cuckoo. Cheung's starring role as Man Cho earned him several TVB Awards.

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