Nicholas Tse Biography
(Hong Kong Actor, Martial Artist and Chef)
Birthday: August 29, 1980 (Virgo)
Born In: British Hong Kong
Nicholas Tse Ting-fung, popularly known as Nicholas Tse, is a Hong Kong based film actor and Cantopop singer. He learned martial arts from renowned action director Nicky Li Chung-Chiand also from specialists like Philip Ng, Andy On and Sammo Hung while training for roles. Recently in 2006, he learned Wing Chun Kung Fu for a new TV series.He made his singing debut in 1996.He made his acting debut in 1998 with the crime thriller film ‘Young and Dangerous: The Prequel’. Nicholas is famous for his Cantopop rock genre of music with major hits including ‘Exposure’, ‘Lonely Base’ and ‘Front, back, left, right’.He has collaborated with other Cantopop singers like Charlene Choi for ‘Love’, Joey Yung for both ‘Amen’ and ‘Second Life’, with Eason Chan for ‘Kid’, Sam Lee and Stephen Fung for ‘You Can’t Stop Me’ and with Meilin for ‘Beauty and the Beast’. He is a talented Mandarin songwriter and composer, whose songs ‘I love you because I love you’ and ‘Hwang ZhongRen’ were very popular. Nicholas posed for Singaporean photographer Leslie Kee’s 2006 charity photo-book ‘Super Stars’ which included 300 Asian celebrities, dedicating their work to the victims of the 2004 Asian Tsunami disaster.