Aaron Kwok is a Hong Kong Chinese male singer and actor
Aaron Kwok (alias: Cheng Cheng, October 26, 1965 -), born in Hong Kong, China, graduated from St. Joseph's College, Hong Kong in the 1990s, one of the "Four Kings of Heaven" in Hong Kong music, Hong Kong singer, actor, dance director.
In 1984, she was admitted to TVB Dance Training Class. In 1990, he became popular in Taiwan with the advertisement "Guangyang Motorcycle". In 2005, she became the first artist to win the "Hong Kong Dance Awards". In 2008, he entered the Guinness Book of World Records for his 450° rotating stage concert. In 2005, he won the Taiwan Golden Horse Award for Best Actor for his role in the film Three Forks. In 2006, he won the Best Actor award at the Changchun Film Festival in China for his film Three Forks. In 2013, he won the Best Actor award at the International Chinese Film Festival for his film Witness by the Whole People. In February 2016, he won the best actor award at the Berlin Chinese Film Festival for his role in the film "Stomping for Plum". On April 3, 2016, he won the Best Actor award at the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in the film. On December 16, 2018, he won the Actor of the Year Award at the first Hainan Island International Film Festival for his role in "Peerless."