Hong Kong actor, dancer and singer Aaron Kwok Fu-shing is considered as one of the "Four Heavenly Kings" of Hong Kong. He has graduated from St. Joseph's College in Hong Kong, and at the age of 19, Kwok joined a dancer training course at TVB, where his talent for dancing was immediately recognized. In 1987 he started to play minor parts in TVB dramas. He began his acting career with the TVB series Rise of Genghis Khan, and the 1988 series Twilight of a Nation about the Taiping Rebellion.
Over the years, Kwok has also been active in other media such as TV commercials and acting and at the Taiwan's 42nd Golden Horse Awards ceremony on 13 November 2005, Kwok was the surprise winner of Best Leading Actor award for his role in the film Divergence. In 2016, Kwok had won his first Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor for his role in the crime thriller film, Port of Call, at the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards and has also starred in such movies as The Monkey King and Storm Riders.
Born on: 26 October, 1965
Born in: Hong Kong, China
Height: 5' 7½"