Judy Kwong Opens New Businesses Amid Pandemic
Playing a fencer in Battle Of The Seven Sisters <七公主>, actress Judy Kwong (鄺潔楹) eventually found success in the combat sports with her tenacity, despite her petite size putting her at a disadvantage.
Started Bakery & Gym Business
In real life, the 29-year-old actress is just as ambitious, having kickstarted not one, but two business pursuits during the pandemic, on top of filming. This year, she launched her own cookie brand Petitesseriehk, and recently invested a six-figure sum in a gymnasium business along with a group of friends and coaches including singer Alvin Ng (伍富橋).
Sharing about the gym opening on her socials, many familiar faces in entertainment turned up to show their support, including Sammy Leung (森美), Alex Fong (方力申), Joey Law (羅天宇), Iris Lam (林凱恩), Karmen Kwok (郭嘉文) and several cast members like Hero Yuen (阮政峰) and Aaryn Cheung (張明偉) from the Come Home Love <愛回家> series – proving her popularity.
Coming from a well-to-do family background, Judy’s parents are in the furniture business. She was earlier spilled to have opened an investment company, and also owns a mansion in Happy Valley worth millions despite her young age, while currently residing with her family at a 2,000-sq ft Casa Marina villa in Tai Po district. A graduate of Seattle University, Judy majored in Economics and minored in astronomy and debate. Upon her return to Hong Kong she worked as a business analyst before going into modeling a year later, and signed on as a TVB artiste in 2016.
This article is written by JoyceK for JayneStars.com