10 Couples Who Fell in Love and Got Married Because of TVB

With TVB’s long filming hours, co-stars get to know each other very well after working together on a drama. The station has also brought together many couples, who eventually got married. Aside from Ruco Chan (陳展鵬) and Phoebe Sin (單文柔), who met through Miss Hong Kong 2016, many artistes fell in love and got married because of TVB.

Below are 10 couples who found their spouses through TVB dramas:

Tavia Yeung (楊怡) and Him Law (羅仲謙)

The two met and developed romantic feelings at the set of The Hippocratic Crush <On Call 36小時>. Although they initially denied dating, Tavia and Him eventually admitted they were together in 2012, and later got married in England in 2016.

Sarah Song (宋熙年) and Jason Chan (陳智燊)

The couple got married in 2016 after dating for seven years. Sarah and Jason met while hosting TVB lifestyle show, Dolce Vita <港生活.港享受>. With Sarah and Jason being born respectively in Australia and England, the couple grew closer by conversing in English. After getting married, they opened a Youtube vlog where they would share their daily marriage life. Recently, Sarah gave birth to a baby boy, so the couple are getting used to being new parents.

Aimee Chan (陳茵媺) and Moses Chan (陳豪)

The couple fell in love with each other while filming Master of Play <心戰>. After two years of dating, they got married in Paris in 2013. Within three years, Aimee gave birth to two boys and one girl, and drastically reduced her work schedule to be a full-time mom.

Leanne Li (李亞男) and Wong Cho Lam (王祖藍)

Considered as the most unexpected couple with their height differences, Cho Lam revealed he was dating Leanne in 2010. Although, they were TVB colleagues, they didn’t know each other well until they began going to the same church. Developing slowly as friends, Cho Lam eventually confessed his love for Leanne. After five years of dating, Cho Lam proposed to Leanne under the witness of all their colleagues, best friends and family during a TVB Anniversary event. They registered their marriage in 2015. Leanne is currently seven months, with a due date in December.

Grace Chan (陳凱琳) and Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎)

The two are unaffected by their 22-year age difference and believes age is just a number in love. They started dating after filming Blue Veins <僵>. Although Kevin knew Grace is Ms. Right, he wanted to give her time to explore her career before tying the knot. The couple held their wedding in Bali, Indonesia in August.

Helen Ng (吳香倫) and Chan Wing Chun (陳榮峻)

Helen Ng and Chan Wing Chun are well-known green-leaf actress and actor, who fell in love in 2014 after filming Glided Chopsticks <食為奴>. They dated for three years before getting officially married in July this year. This is Wing Chun’s second marriage after his wife passed away from a stroke in 2010. Although this is a sunset romance, the two seniors are happy to have a companion in the last segment of their lives together.

Cindy Au (歐倩怡) and Roger Kwok (郭晉安)

The pair first met on a travel program and have been together ever since. When they first started dating, Cindy was only 19 years old, and Roger was already 35 years old.  Roger gave Cindy some time to “grow up” before the couple got married in 2006. Their 12-year marriage remains strong and continues to bloom in happiness with their two children.

Amy Kwok (郭藹) and Sean Lau (劉青雲)

Married for 20 years, they are envied by many for their sweet and loyal relationship. They first met on the set of The Greed of Man <大時代>, but didn’t start dating until their mutual friend, Vivian Chow (周慧敏), invited them to attend her concert. Since marrying Sean, Amy has largely retired from acting.

Carina Lau (刘嘉玲) and Tony Leung () 

Carina and Tony were TVB colleagues and starred in dramas The Clones <再版人>, Police Cadet ’84 <新紮師兄>, > and The Royal Tramp <鹿鼎記>. At the time, Tony was dating Carina’s good friend, Margie Tsang (曾華倩), while Carina was involved with businessman, Julian Hui (許晉亨). After working together on a theatrical project Tony grew close to Carina and the couple started dating. Since Tony grew up in a single-parent household, he didn’t believe in marriage. The couple lived together for many years before Tony satisfied Carina’s wish to get married in 2008. This year marks as their 10th marriage anniversary.

Janice Shum (沈可欣) and Man Yeung (楊證樺)

Janice and Man knew each other for about 10 years as colleagues by working together in multiple dramas before they two slowly developed feelings for each other. They finally tied the knot in 2015, and Janice gave birth to two boys since then. She also recently revealed that she is pregnant again with her third child.

Which TVB celebrity couples will be next to get married? Here are three possible couples who will ring wedding bells next!

Source: HK01

This article is written by Minna for JayneStars.com.

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  1. I don’t know how Aimee and Moses fell in love while they were filming master of play I thought they’re brother and sister in that drama? I think they forgot to mention Vincent and Yoyo, Jack and June, Esther and Nick, Frankie and Kenix, Michael and Jamie and Angela and Chin Ka Lok?

    1. @cutie777

      I thought Esther and Nick fell in love while they were still in ATV? Or at least, it’s ATV who brought them together. They were already a couple when they filmed ‘The Legendary Four Aces’ for TVB.

    2. @cutie777
      Nothing wrong to fall in love while playing brother and sister. Jack and June also fell in love whilst playing brother and elder sister in ‘King of Yesterday and Tomorrow’….

    3. @cutie777 I don’t think this list was meant to be all-inclusive, which is why so many couples were left out – most of the ones on the list are from recent times, with the exception of the 2 older ones (Tony & Carina / Sean & Amy), which I’m not surprised got mentioned, since they are 2 of the most popular couples to come out of TVB and also have been in the news recently promoting their works so probably fresh on the writer’s mind.

      And yes, as everyone else has said, Nick and Esther were because of ATV – when both of them transitioned to TVB in the 90s, they were already a couple.

      1. @llwy12 okay I guess you guys were right about Nick and Esther that atv had brought them together I just not sure which drama from atv that brought them together any idea?

      2. @cutie777
        Not important because ATV has always been one big close knit family unlike TVB. The actors/actresses usually appear in every series together but in different roles…..

      3. @cutie777 If I remember correctly, Nick and Esther fell in love while filming ATV’s “Spirit of the Dragon” (a biopic about Bruce Lee) back in 1992 (both had joined ATV in the 80s but didn’t get much of a chance to film together until then). Theirs is another relationship success story that I love hearing about – another celebrity couple that has been together a long time (11 years dating + 15 years married) and has gone through a lot, yet continues to have an enduring marriage.

  2. Felix Wong and Leung Kit Wah from TVB class days to where they are now. Leung kit wah was from year above class while Felix was just starting to lead series. What a great relationship success story!

    1. @jimmyszeto Yes, so true. I remember back when Felix and Kit Wah were still dating back in the 80s – and now their daughter Adrian is already in her late 20s and has a career of her own….time sure does fly, lol!

      Another couple that came from TVB (which unsurprisingly no one has mentioned yet) – one of my favorite real life celebrity couples: Liu Kai Chi and Chan Man Yee. Both of them were in the same Artists’ Training class at TVB (class of 1979), which is where they met and fell in love and then married in 1987….this is a couple that has been through thick and thin together, including the devastating loss of their youngest son to leukemia back in 2006, yet their marriage is still stronger than ever (next month, they will be married 31 years already!). Career-wise, they followed a similar path as Nick Cheung and Esther Kwan in that when they were dating and even when they got married, Man Yee was already one of TVB’s top fa dans while Uncle Chi was playing primarily second/third tier supporting roles (though technically he was a household name already, as he was a great actor even back then and had a great personality so audiences really loved him), but over the years, he grew his career both in television and film, received numerous awards, and is now one of the HK entertainment industry’s most respected and beloved actors. Their relationship success story is definitely one of my favorites!

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