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William Wai-Ting Chan (TV36)

William Wai-Ting Chan
gender male
horoscope scorpio
birthdate 1985-11-21
birthplace China Hong Kong
profession Actor / Dubbing / Motion Capture
other names Chan Wai-Ting / William Chan Wai-Ting
IMDb ID nm3263781

introduction (TV36)

William Chan (William Chan, November 21, 1985 -), Hong Kong male singer, dancer and actor. In June 2006, William Chan joined Boy'z (later renamed Sun Boy'z) of Zhang Zhiheng and Mai Zihao as a new member, and began to establish the image of a dancing singer. He began to enter the Chinese mainland market in 2013. In the summer of 2014, he gradually began to accumulate fans due to his role in "Gu Jian Qi Tan". In 2016, he played Zhang Qishan in the "Old Nine Doors" and became a hit, and once again set off a network frenzy. The styling entered Madame Tussauds Shanghai. Its fan name is "Queen", which is derived from his song "Queen". William Chan was born in Hong Kong on November 21, 1985. He was born in Yunfu, Guangdong and graduated from Yew Chung International School. In 2003, 18-year-old William Chan won the "Golden Mi Award" (Champion), "Strong Stage Performance Award" and "Self Talent Performance Award" in the Global Chinese Rookie Singing Contest held by TVB in the Hong Kong Regional Trial. Go to a British university, enter the entertainment industry and sign with Emperor Entertainment. In 2003, William Chan hosted the "Disney Happy Saturday" on Jade Channel; in 2006, he joined the group Boy'z (later renamed Sun Boy'z) and became one of its members. In April 2008, William Chan announced his withdrawal from Sun Boy'z and made personal development. After Guan Zhibin, he was another member who left the group for personal development. The personal development of William Chan released his first album "Will Power" and swept four newcomer gold awards at the Four Channel Awards Ceremony in one year. He released his solo album "Warrior" in 2009, "Do You Wanna Dance" and "Heads or Tails" in 2010, released his solo album "WOW" in 2011, and "Pop it up!" in 2012. In 2010, he sang the new year song "Flying Tiger and Various Stars Celebrating the New Year" with the Emperor and Various Artists, which was included in the Emperor's New Year Album that year. In addition to this music aspect, William Chan began to develop movies after his personal development. He participated in the first film "Eavesdropping" directed by Mak Siu-fai and Chuang Wenqiang. In 2009, he starred in Hong Kong campus comedy "Love the Cat" with Deng Ziqi and Shi Ya. In 2010, the topical work "Previous" starring William Chan and Gillian Chung was released successively, and "Fried Rice with Free Time" directed by Xu Anhua, and later starring in films with a certain depth such as "Jobs" and "Derailed Woman".

photo (TV36)

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award (TV36)

2015 The 21st Shanghai TV Festival Magnolia Award TV Series Best Supporting Actor (Nominated) Swords of Legends