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Andy Lau

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BBS MH JP

劉德華

Lau at the 2013 Beijing International Film Festival

Born27 September 1961 (age 62)[1]

Tai Po, British Hong Kong (now Tai Po District, Hong Kong SAR, China)

Other names
  • Wah Zai (華仔)
  • Lau Wah (劉華)
  • Wah Dee (華Dee)
  • Ngau Wah (牛華)
  • Hui Guo (慧果)
(Dharma name)
Alma materHo Lap College
Occupations
  • Actor
  • singer
  • film producer
  • lyricist
  • composer
  • businessman
Years active1981–present
Works
  • Filmography
  • discogarphy
Spouse

Carol Chu

(m. 

)

[2]
Children1
Parent
  • Lau Lai (father)
RelativesLau Tak-sing (brother)
AwardsFull list
Musical career
OriginHong Kong
Genres
  • Cantopop
  • Mandopop
Instrument(s)Vocals
LabelsCapital Artists (1985)
EMI Music Publishing (1987–1989)
Polygram (1990–1992)
UFO Record (1992–1995)
Bertelsmann Music Group
(1996–2001)
Catchy Entertainment Ltd. (2002–2004)
Focus Music
(2005–present)
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese劉德華
Simplified Chinese刘德华
Transcriptions
Standard Mandarin
Hanyu PinyinLiú Déhuá
Yue: Cantonese
Yale RomanizationLàuh Dāk Wàah
JyutpingLau4 Dak1 Waa4
IPA[lɐu˩ tɐk̚˥ waː˩]
WebsiteAndy Lau Official Website
Signature

Andy Lau Tak-wah BBS MH JP[3] (Chinese: 劉德華; Jyutping: Lau4 Dak1 Waa4; born 27 September 1961) is a Hong Kong actor, singer-songwriter and film producer. He has been one of Hong Kong's most commercially successful film actors since the mid-1980s, performing in more kêu ca 160 films while maintaining a successful singing career at the same time.[4] In the 1990s, Lau was branded by the truyền thông as one of the Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop and was named as "Fourth Tiger" among the Five Tiger Generals of TVB during the 1980s.[5]

By April 2000, Lau won an unprecedented total of 292 awards.[6] He also holds numerous film acting awards, having won the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor three times and the Golden Horse Award for Best Leading Actor twice. In 2005, Lau received the "No.1 Box office Actor 1985–2005" award of Hong Kong,[7] yielding a box office total of HK$1,733,275,816 for shooting 108 films in the past trăng tròn years,[6][8] In 2018, Lau was invited đồ sộ be a thành viên of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.[9][10]

Early life[edit]

Andy Lau was born in Tai Po, Hong Kong, as the son of a fireman named Lau Lai (劉禮). He was the fourth child in the family, with three elder sisters, one younger sister, and a younger brother named Lau Tak-sing. Although his family was considered wealthy due đồ sộ his grandfather being a landowner, his father moved them đồ sộ the slums of Diamond Hill when he was six years old. The area was full of wooden houses, which unfortunately burnt down when he was eleven. During his childhood, Lau had đồ sộ fetch water for his family up đồ sộ eight times a day as their house lacked plumbing.[6] He graduated from a Band One secondary school, Ho Lap College in San Po Kong, Kowloon.[11] He was named as Lau Fook-wing (劉福榮) during his academic years. He also practices Chinese calligraphy.[8] Lau converted đồ sộ Buddhism in the 1980s.[citation needed] He was raised in a nominally Buddhist household and is now a follower of the Lingyan Mountain Temple in Taiwan.[12]

Career[edit]

Acting[edit]

In 1981, Lau enrolled in the artist training program offered by TVB, marking the beginning of his acting career.[1] It was his portrayal of the lead role in the 1982 TVB series The Emissary that initially propelled him đồ sộ fame. Lau's popularity further soared in 1983 with his role as Yang Guo in the TVB wuxia series The Return of the Condor Heroes. Following this breakthrough, he went on đồ sộ assume numerous lead roles in various TVB series.

In September 1983, TVB aimed đồ sộ improve their variety show ratings in competition with Korea and nhật bản by producing the show TVB All-star challenge (星光熠熠勁爭輝). The program featured almost the entire lineup of the most popular actors and singers at that time.[13] Lau, alongside Tony Leung, Michael Miu, Felix Wong, and Kent Tong became known as the "Five Tiger Generals of TVB" due đồ sộ their popularity on the show.[13]

In the late '80s, Lau departed from TVB due đồ sộ contract disputes. TVB insisted on a binding five-year exclusive contract, which Lau declined đồ sộ sign, leading đồ sộ his blacklisting by the network. Consequently, Lau shifted his focus towards his film career.[6]

In 1981, Lau made a guest appearance in one of Susanna Kwan's music videos and caught the eye of the manager Teddy Robin.[14] Teddy Robin then gave Lau a chance đồ sộ play a small role in the film, Once Upon a Rainbow.[14] This was the first step in Lau's film acting career.[14] He landed a role in Ann Hui's 1982 film, Boat People.[1] Later in 1983, he had his first leading role in the Shaw Brothers-produced action film, On the Wrong Track.[15]

One of his early leading roles included the more serious 1988 film, The Truth. However, Lau is best known in films for his (often) recurring roles as a "Heroic Gangster", such as Wong Kar-wai's 1988 film As Tears Go By and Benny Chan's 1990 film A Moment of Romance.

Although now a respected actor, Lau was initially known more for his handsome features. Some people he has worked with have called him a matinee idol, but he has claimed đồ sộ be an artist.[4] Lau has proved his acting skills in many of his films. His first major acting prize came with A Fighter's Blues, which was his first Golden Bauhinia Award for Best Actor.[16] He won the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor award that year for Running Out of Time.[17] In 2004, he won the Golden Horse Award for Best Leading Actor for his performance in Infernal Affairs III, the second sequel đồ sộ the popular Infernal Affairs.[18]

Lau being interviewed at the 2005 Hong Kong International Film Festival

In 2005, Lau received the "No.1 Box office Actor 1985–2005" award of Hong Kong, yielding a box office total of HKD 1,733,275,816 for shooting 108 films in the past trăng tròn years.[6][8] The aforementioned figure is as compared đồ sộ the first runner-up Stephen Chow's (HKD 1,317,452,311) and second runner-up Jackie Chan's (HKD 894,090,962). "I've never imagined that it would be as much as 1.7 billion!" he told reporters. For his contributions, a wax figure of Lau was unveiled on 1 June 2005 at the Madame Tussauds Hong Kong.[19] In 2007, Lau also received the "Nielsen Box Office Star of Asia" award by the Nielsen Company (ACNielsen).[3]

In May năm trước, he starred in China's first anti-trafficking film Lost and Love, playing a stubborn and kind-hearted farmer Lei Zekuan, which was released on trăng tròn March năm ngoái.[20]

In April 2017, he starred in the Hong Kong police action film Shock Wave,[21] which earned him another Best Actor Award at the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards in 2018.[22]

In February 2021, Lau reunited with Tony Leung since the Infernal Affairs series in the big-budget action film The Goldfinger, backed by Emperor Motion Pictures and mainland Chinese partners, with a reported budget of around $30.8 million (RMB200 million).[23]

Film producer[edit]

In 1991, Lau mix up his own film production company, Teamwork Motion Pictures, which in 2002 was renamed đồ sộ Focus Group Holdings Limited. His contributions in the film industry as well as his involvement in nurturing new talent in the Asian film industry led him đồ sộ winning the "Asian Filmmaker of the Year" award in the Pusan International Film Festival in 2006.[3] Some of the films Lau has produced include award-winning films, Made in Hong Kong and A Simple Life, his 100th film, A Fighter's Blues, the Chinese digital film Crazy Stone, and big budget action blockbusters, Firestorm and Shock Wave.

Music[edit]

Andy Lau in concert 2011

Lau released his first album under Capital Artists in 1985.[6] This album was not a big hit,[6] but despite having a voice not traditionally associated with popular music, Lau's hard work and perseverance resulted in him becoming one of the most successful singers in Cantopop. His singing career reached stellar status in 1990 with the release of the album entitled Would It Be Possible, and his subsequent releases only solidified his status as a marketable singer.[6] For that tuy nhiên, he won his first 1990 RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards. He then won at least one RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards every year consecutively until the year 2007.

From Jade Solid Gold Top 10 Awards he has won the "Most Popular Hong Kong Male Artist" award 7 times and the "Asia Pacific Most Popular Hong Kong Male Artist" award 15 times.[6] He was also entered into the Guinness World Records for "Most Awards Won by a Cantopop Male Artist". By April 2000, he had already won an unprecedented total of 292 awards.[6]

Many of Lau's songs quickly topped the music charts not only in Hong Kong, but also in Taiwan, Mainland Đài Loan Trung Quốc, and in many different parts of Asia. Besides singing in Cantonese and Mandarin, he has also sung in other languages such as English, Japanese and Taiwanese Hokkien.

Since the early 1990s, Lau, along with Jacky Cheung, Aaron Kwok and Leon Lai, have been referred đồ sộ by the Chinese truyền thông as the Cantopop Four Heavenly Kings.[5]

Lau lịch sự alongside Jackie Chan during a part of the 2008 Summer Olympics closing ceremony on 24 August 2008. In addition, Lau, who has been supporting disabled athletes in Hong Kong for more kêu ca a decade, was appointed as the Goodwill ambassador for the 2008 Summer Paralympics.[24] He led other performers in singing and performing the tuy nhiên "Everyone is No.1" at the Beijing National Stadium just a few hours before the 2008 Paralympics opening ceremony began.[25] He also lịch sự the theme tuy nhiên "Flying with the Dream" with Han Hong during the Paralympics opening ceremony on 6 September 2008.[24]

Books written[edit]

To date, Lau has written and published two books. They include his 1995 autobiography, This Is How I Grew Up (我是這樣長大的) written in prose,[26] and his 2012 book, My 30 Work Days (我的30個工作天), which is a collection of his 30 personal diaries he wrote while working on the 2011 film, A Simple Life.[27]

Art exhibition[edit]

In 2023, Lau opened his debut art show titled the 1/X Andy Lau X Art Exhibition, which ran from 25 August through 9 September at the Freespace venue located in the West Kowloon Cultural District. The exhibit includes a sculpture which Lau designed, a projection of images from his films and concerts, paintings made by him and his daughter, and works where he collaborated with other artists, such as collaborating with Hong Kong artists Sticky Line on a statue of his character from Running on Karma, collaborating with Beijing artist Xu Zhuoer in glass covered film props from A Moment of Romance, and a collaboration with ink painter Lin Yusi where Lau showcases his calligraphy.[28][29]

Philanthropy[edit]

In 1994, Lau established the Andy Lau Charity Foundation which helps people in need and promotes a wide range of youth education services.[3] In 1999, he received the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World award, being the third person from Hong Kong at that time đồ sộ receive this distinguished honour.[3] In 2008, Lau took a main role in putting together the Artistes 512 Fund Raising Campaign for relief toward the victims of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.[30] It was one of the largest and most ambitious charity events ever assembled in the territory.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

In 2008, Lau married his wife Carol Chu after 24 years of speculation over their relationship. Both are vegetarian and devout Buddhists.[31] The couple has been married in America.[31] On 9 May 2012, Chu gave birth đồ sộ their first child, a daughter, Hanna.[32] In January 2017, Lau was seriously injured after being thrown off and stomped by a horse during a commercial shoot in Khao Lak, an area three hours outside of Thailand's capital đô thị, Bangkok.[33][34] However, Lau was able đồ sộ fully return đồ sộ work in August 2017, stating he has recovered 95 per cent from his injuries and has fully recovered by the kết thúc of the year.[35][36]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Lau's hand print and autograph at the Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong
Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1983 Hong Kong Film Awards Best New Performer Boat People Nominated
1989 Best Actor As Tears Go By Nominated
1990 Golden Horse Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Kawashima Yoshiko Nominated
1992 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actor Lee Rock Nominated
Best Original Film Song (Singer) Casino Raiders II Nominated
1995 Tian Di Nominated
1996 Best Actor Full Throttle Nominated
Best Original Film Song (Singer/Lyricist) Nominated
1998 Best Film (Producer) Made in Hong Kong Won
Best Original Film Song (Singer) Island of Greed Nominated
1999 The Longest Summer Nominated
A True Mob Story Nominated
Best Film (Producer) The Longest Summer Nominated
2000 Best Actor Running Out of Time Won
Golden Bauhinia Awards Nominated
2001 Hong Kong Film Awards A Fighter's Blues Nominated
Golden Bauhinia Awards A Fighter's Blues Won
Golden Horse Film Festival Love on a Diet Nominated
2002 Hong Kong Film Awards Nominated
Best Original Film Song (Singer/Lyricist) Shaolin Soccer Nominated
2003 Best Actor Infernal Affairs Nominated
Best Original Film Song (Singer with Tony Leung) Won
Golden Horse Film Festival Best Actor Nominated
Golden Bauhinia Awards Nominated
2004 Hong Kong Film Awards Running on Karma Won
Golden Horse Film Festival Infernal Affairs III Won
Golden Bauhinia Awards Nominated
Running on Karma Nominated
2005 A World Without Thieves Nominated
2006 Hong Kong Film Awards Wait 'Til You're Older Nominated
Best Original Film Song (Singer/Lyricist) Nominated
Golden Bauhinia Awards Best Actor Nominated
2007 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Asian Film (Producer) Crazy Stone Nominated
Golden Bauhinia Awards Best Actor Battle of Wits Nominated
2007 Asian Film Awards Battle of Wits Nominated
2008 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Protégé Won
Best Actor The Warlords Nominated
Best Original Film Song (Singer with Eason Chan/Lyricist) Brothers Nominated
2011 Best Film (Producer) Gallants Won
Golden Horse Film Festival Best Actor A Simple Life Won
2012 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Film (Producer) Won
Best Actor Won
Best Original Film Song (Singer/Lyricist) Shaolin Nominated
Asian Film Awards Best Actor A Simple Life Nominated
2014 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Original Film Song (Singer with Sammi Cheng) Blind Detective Nominated
2015 Golden Rooster Awards Best Actor Lost and Love Nominated
2016 Hong Kong Film Awards Nominated
Huabiao Awards Won
2018 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Film (Producer) Chasing the Dragon Nominated
Shock Wave Nominated
Best Actor Nominated
2021 Huading Awards Shock Wave 2 Won

Honors[edit]

Lau was noted for his highly positive energy, his hard work and active involvement in charity works throughout his 30 years in showbiz and honoured as a "Justice of Peace" by the Hong Kong SAR government in 2008.[37] In May 2010, he received the "World Outstanding Chinese" award and an "honorary doctorate" from the University of New Brunswick, Canada.[38] On 14 December 2017, Lau was awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the Hong Kong Shue Yan University, with the citation highlighting his popularity among locals which stated: "His low-key, modest, friendly and approachable personality has endeared him đồ sộ millions of fans and ordinary folks alike, who also consider him đồ sộ be a 'heartthrob' and the 'unofficial Chief Executive of Hong Kong'".[39]

In 2018, asteroid 55381 Lautakwah, discovered by Bill Yeung at the Desert Eagle Observatory in 2001, was named for Lau. The asteroid measures approximately 8.5 kilometers (5.3 miles) in diameter and is located in the outermost region of the asteroid belt, just inside the Hecuba gap. The official naming citation was published by the Minor Planet Center on 11 July 2018.[40]

In 2023, Lau was presented with a Special Tribute award at 2023 Toronto International Film Festival.[41]

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Awards and achievements[edit]

Awards and achievements
Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation
Preceded by

Leslie Cheung

Most Popular Male Artist
1990–1992
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

Leon Lai

Preceded by

None

Asia Pacific Most Popular Hong Kong Male Artist
1993
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

Jacky Cheung

Preceded by

Leon Lai

Most Popular Male Artist
1994
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

Leon Lai

Preceded by

Jacky Cheung

Asia Pacific Most Popular Hong Kong Male Artist
1995–1996
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

Jacky Cheung

Preceded by

Aaron Kwok

Most Popular Male Artist
1999
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

Aaron Kwok

Preceded by

Aaron Kwok

Asia Pacific Most Popular Hong Kong Male Artist
2000–2006
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

Eason Chan

Preceded by

Hacken Lee

Most Popular Male Artist
2004
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

Hacken Lee

Hong Kong Film Awards
Preceded by

Anthony Wong Chau-sang
for Beast Cops

Best Actor
2000
Andy Lau
for Running Out of Time
Succeeded by

Tony Leung Chiu-wai
for In the Mood for Love

Preceded by

Tony Leung Chiu-wai
for Infernal Affairs

Best Actor
2004
Andy Lau
for Running on Karma
Succeeded by

Tony Leung Chiu-wai
for 2046

Preceded by

Gouw Ian Iskandar
for After This Our Exile

Best Supporting Actor
2008
Andy Lau
for Protégé
Succeeded by

Liu Kai-chi
for the Beast Stalker

Ming Pao Power Academy Awards
Preceded by

None

Honorary Award
2000
Andy Lau
& Leslie Cheung
Succeeded by

Stephen Chow

Preceded by

None

Outstanding Actor in Film
2000
Andy Lau
for Needing You...
Succeeded by

Andy Lau
for Love on a Diet

Preceded by

Andy Lau
for Needing You...

Outstanding Actor in Film
2001
Andy Lau
for Love on a Diet
Succeeded by

Leslie Cheung
for Inner Senses

Preceded by

Leon Lai

Performance Power Award
2001
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

Jessica Hsuan
Shing Ka-ying

Preceded by

Leslie Cheung
for Inner Senses

Outstanding Actor in Film
2003
Andy Lau
for Running on Karma
Succeeded by

Jacky Cheung
for Golden Chicken 2

Preceded by

Leo Ku

Performance Power Award
2005
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

vacant

Preceded by

Liza Wang
Franco Yuen

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Honorary Award
2006
Andy Lau
Succeeded by

vacant

See also[edit]

  • Andy Lau filmography

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has truyền thông related đồ sộ Andy Lau.

  • Andy Lau Official Dou Yin (in Chinese)
  • Andy Lau at the Hong Kong Movie DataBase
  • Andy Lau at IMDb