Gallen Lo Doesn’t Want to Film Another Hong Kong Drama

By on July 3, 2016 in NEWS, TV Dramas

Gallen Lo Doesn’t Want to Film Another Hong Kong Drama

Making his return in TVB’s new modern drama, The Conspirators <與諜同謀>, Gallen Lo (羅嘉良) implied that he will not film another Hong Kong series afterward because of his three-year-old daughter with Mainland actress Sophie Su (蘇岩).

Filming during the intense heat along with Ali Lee (李佳芯), Fred Cheng (鄭俊弘), and Stephanie Che ( 車婉婉), Gallen said, “This outdoors scene had to be done today despite the weather since it was already rescheduled once due to the rain. But this scene wraps up the series. I’ve been back in Hong Kong for months now and my daughter keeps asking, ‘When is dad coming home?’”

In response to whether or not he would want to work with Ada Choi (蔡少芬) for a future TVB production, Gallen added, “I’ll see if time permits, since my wife and daughter are in Beijing.”

Despite the scorching sun on the day of filming, dozens of fans visited the set in support of Fred. Touched, Fred expressed, “They were already here when I arrived. They came this far for me, I will do my best!”

Taking on her first lead role in The Conspirators, Ali has been on an emotional roller coaster since filming started. Ali revealed that her character cries in almost every episode and her emotions have been affected even after getting off work. Ali said, “I’ve been extra quiet these days and I haven’t been going out to dinner with friends as often. That’s why I’m thinking about enrolling in dance classes with a couple of friends. There’s no gender specification, just anyone that wants to learn.”

Source: Oriental Daily

This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.

13 comments to Gallen Lo Doesn’t Want to Film Another Hong Kong Drama

  1. happybi says:

    His daughter is still so young. Hard to leave them for months. Hope he enjoy seeing her more often now thst he is done.

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    • asian2015 replied:

      @happybi that’s right. But, don’t forget he also had a son too and he seem don’t care much of it. No matter how much he don’t like his ex wife I think he should treat both of his kids the same way.

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      • happybi replied:

        @asian2015 can’t compare as his son is much older. And from what I read before him and his ex-wife are still friends. He still visit his son. Hisnson is at an age where they don’t relied or need their parents. His daugther ia different. Still young and will look for him.

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  2. kaykay408 says:

    Then move back to HK then. Wife must follow husband. Why is it the other way around?

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    • asian2015 replied:

      @kaykay408 I know right? Maybe she’s got the money that’s why he have to stick with her instead the other way around. Why do you think he got divorced with his ex wife so fast? Even leave his son just like that. He say he missed his daughter? What about his son? Does he missed him too this much? I just feel bad for the son.

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    • msxie0714 replied:

      @kaykay408

      Why can’t it be the other way around? ‘wife must follow husband’ is an archaic rule.

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    • anon replied:

      @kaykay408

      “Wife must follow husband.”

      That’s an outdated and wrong mentality.

      @asian2015

      As for your post, it’s filled with assumptions and speculations. I won’t even bother. It adds nothing to the discussion.

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  3. kaykay408 says:

    Ali is not ready for this big role. I knew it. Sounds like somebody is struggling. The hat is too big for your head huh.

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    • anon replied:

      @kaykay408

      It’s not like TVB has many choices for leads. Most experienced leading actors would/does not want to work for TVB.

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      • unknown replied:

        @anon It’s not like TVB has many choices for leads. You’re wrong there are plenty of talented small time actor/actress who had been with TVB forever, but they never get promoted and given the opportunity they deserves. It is unfortunate that not all the actor/actress that can act were given equal opportunity.

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      • anon replied:

        @unknown

        “there are plenty of talented small time actor/actress who had been with TVB forever, but they never get promoted and given the opportunity they deserves.”

        Welcome to the real world. This is how our society works. Job opportunities are never compensated fairly nor for the deserved. It’s all about who you are, your luck and your connections. The way TVB treats their employees is more or less the same as any job industry. Get over it!

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      • unknown replied:

        @anon Don’t tell me to get over it! This is a public forum and I have a right to express my opinion here.

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      • anon replied:

        @unknown

        “Don’t tell me to get over it!”

        I have the right when you’ve been preaching this “equal opportunity rant” across multiple threads on this site.

        Correct me if I am wrong, but I am certain it is you.

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