Felix Wong’s (黃日華) 21-year-old daughter, Adrian Wong (黄芷晴), is all set to make her first screen debut! Yesterday, Felix and Adrian attended a signing ceremony for Ricky Wong’s (王維基) television station, City Telecom (CTI). The father and daughter team will collaborate in CTI’s new detective drama, which is slated to begin production this August.
Felix revealed that he will share many scenes with Adrian. He will also be her personal director and guide her acting. Felix publicly thanked CTI for giving them a chance to perform together, and is excited to be able to work in a new environment.
Felix Wong’s Daughter All Grown Up
Born in 1990, Adrian is the only daughter of Felix and retired actress Leung Kit Wah (梁潔華). Currently attending her fourth and last year in Hong Kong University, Adrian will officially enroll in CTI’s artist training class to take acting lessons after her graduation. Extremely active in clubs and social events at school, Adrian was dubbed as a renown beauty at her school.
At the ceremony, CTI presented Felix and Adrian with “Lotus Green Bean Octopus Soup,” wishing their acting career to be as exuberant as an octopus’ legs! Ricky Wong said, “I extremely admire Felix’s exquisite acting! With Felix, his daughter Adrian, and CTI’s serious film making, I believe that we will be able to provide the audience with outstanding dramas and new television experiences! I really appreciate Felix’s trust to allow his daughter to debut in our station. Felix and I all wish for Adrian to be the industry’s next big star!”
Felix Wong: A Legendary Actor Once Again in the Limelight
A known member of the Five Tigers, which also included famous actors Tony Leung (梁朝偉), Andy Lau (劉德華), Michael Miu (苗僑偉), and Kent Tong (湯鎮業), Felix was one of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia’s most popular young television actors of the 1980s. He was known for portraying classical wuxia characters such as Monk Xuzhu from 1982’s Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils <天龍八部>, Guo Jing from 1983’s The Legend of the Condor Heroes <射鵰英雄傳>, and Qiao Feng from the 1997 adaptation of Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils.
Felix Wong’s television comeback in 2010 TVB anniversary drama, Gun Metal Grey <刑警>, was a critical success, drawing in an average of 1.92 million viewers per episode. Although Gun Metal Grey became an internet sensation, the drama was thrown in the backburner by TVB, as the company decided to publicly celebrate the successes of their other anniversary drama, No Regrets <巾幗梟雄之義海豪情> instead. This deeply upset Felix, which may have ultimately prompted him to sign with CTI.
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.
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