Lawrence Ng, Sisley Choi Film “Purely an Accident”

By on July 20, 2015 in NEWS, TV Dramas

Lawrence Ng, Sisley Choi Film “Purely an Accident”

Attending the blessing ceremony for upcoming drama Purely an Accident <純熟意外>, Lawrence Ng (吳啟華) revealed that his busy filming schedule for the next few months would leaving very little time for his 6-year-old daughter.

Since his daughter currently resides in China, Lawrence is missing out on precious father-daughter time. Hoping to wrap up filming before September, the single father plans to spend some time to help his daughter prepare for her first day at school.

Bonding time is most important during childhood, but due to Lawrence’s career, he has no choice but to make some sacrifices. Worried about his relationship with his daughter, he lamented, “It can’t be helped. A lot of parents have to work! She currently lives with her grandmother over there and has a lot of relatives. It’s a lot livelier there. If she were to come here, I would still have to work. It would be better to stay in Changchun rather than in Hong Kong where she would have to spend most of the time with the babysitter.”

Sisley Choi’s First Collaboration With Lawrence

Joyce Tang (滕麗名), Selena Li (李施嬅), Yoyo Chen (陳自瑤), and Sisley Choi (蔡思貝) were also present during the blessing ceremony. In contrast to her usual outgoing self, Sisley became quite timid and shy around Lawrence during their first collaboration.

In the series, Lawrence and Sisley will have a rather ambiguous romantic storyline, but it is currently unknown whether or not the two will have intimate scenes. Sisley expressed her nervousness in working with the senior actor, “There haven’t been a lot of outtakes yet. I was already shy in front of him when we were filming – I didn’t even need to purposely act shy.”

Source: Oriental Daily

This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.

11 comments to Lawrence Ng, Sisley Choi Film “Purely an Accident”

  1. orchid123 says:

    OMG, Lawrence is too old to have a romance with Sisley Choi. It is even worse than the one between Kevin Cheng and Grace Chan.

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  2. funnlim says:

    There I was reading an article where a 35 year old actor in his prime claiming he feels like an uncle next to a 29 year old actress who looks admittedly like a 20 year old, here is this article where bona fide one actor is too old for the other. Screwed up world.

    Anyway if he plays his age romancing a girl that young, why not?

    P/S Lawrence Ng is beyond senior actor. He is veteran actor.

    TVB’s leading males are not getting younger whilst there are those in their prime are not being used. Why? What on earth is going on?

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    • mike replied:

      @funnlim There’s also Joyce Tang (滕麗名), Selena Li (李施嬅), Yoyo Chen (陳自瑤) to choose from and find the youngest girl to play his love interest. In the real world, assuming he has average wealth, a woman that looks like the age of Joyce Tang (滕麗名) would be his most likely target.

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      • arc78 replied:

        @mike Lol I even find Joyce Tang just a tad young to play Lawrence’s lover.

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    • drmh replied:

      @funnlim In complete agreement.
      Seriously… TVB need to start scouting fresh leading men!
      And don’t even get me started on Lawrence’s haircut in that photo….
      I think he was best in Healing Hands; not bad in File of Justice…. but in recent TVB dramas, they’ve cast him in roles that should be played by MUCH younger guys!

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  3. sherla1019 says:

    Ohh………crap another film with Sisley Choi what happen to Nancy Wu or Kristin Tin

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  4. jjwong says:

    Maybe this will be annother uncle/niece romance like the one he did with Kate. As much as I dislike Kate, I dislike Sisley even more. She’s as annoying as Sire Ma (or whatever her name now). Gah… Why don’t they promote all the good supporting actresses, i.e. Nancy, Elane, the other Elaine, etc.

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  5. siro12345 says:

    Tracy chu sisley Choi and grace Chan? Top 3 bad actress. Still tvb promote them.
    I am agree with Jjwong. Elaine Yiu, Nancy Wu and Tracy Ip are better then those 3 need to play 3rd our 4th support actress. No leading role, no uncle love. The ratings are going lower and lower. I understand that myolie Kate tavia charmaine kristal Linda are all expensive, but why those 3?!! I can give you a HAND of actress Who deserve more.

    Elaine Yiu: one of my favourite
    Best in “lifetime of a Sentinel” was really good in “raising the bar”. Even as cameo in “beauty knows no pain”

    Joyce tang: lots of Experience.
    Best performance: a step in to the past
    Even if “king of snooker” was bad. Het performance was great in acting as little auntie.

    Nancy Wu: deserve the most as a big sister.
    Best performance: “rosy business”
    Like her in “twin of brother”
    Awesome Vilain in tiger Cubs

    Selina Li: still don’t know why tvb don’t promote her more.
    Best performance: cant buy me love
    As cameo in “forensic heroes 2” it was dissapointed that the 3rd installemnt didn’t aproach het to get a role.

    Tracy ip:
    Best performance: beyond really of concience
    Was great to portray the ex from Raymond in “moonlight reasonAnce”
    Like on the other blog. Suites to act like a big sister or a madam.

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    • funnlim replied:

      @siro12345

      Elaine Yiu
      Sorry but I do not rank her acting highly and I wouldn’t switch on the TV for her.

      Nancy Wu
      Sorry but nope, not as a leading lady.

      Tracy Ip
      She is ok but not leading lady material.,

      All 3 are decent actresses but not great. Not leading lady but can be very good as supporting when in the right role.

      Selina Li is pretty but her best performance is to me mediocre.

      And they’re all not suitable for young roles anymore and that is a sad fact.

      Now for the current new crop of actresses, I see the highest potential in 2; Grace Chan who has serious acting chops even if she hurts my eye looking at her and Tracy Chu who is easy on the eye. Both of them needs careful promotion and I see them as leading materials only if they are paired with equally youthful actors. The actors are the one that is worrying.

      Joyce Tang? Come on! Past her prime.

      I hate to say this but the roles in TVB these days are not designed for women of that age group. Unless it is M Club sorta storyline and Carmen Lee can come back to lead the pack.

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  6. siro12345 says:

    Please stop praising grace Chan. She need more acting practice. Anoying in raising the bar. Like a wood in overachievers. I am agree with you About “hurting eyes”.

    I take my words back about Tracy Chu. She is getting Better. Tracy have the Same path as mandy Wong. First Some 3rd supporting actress then second. Then 3rd lead.

    We Will see it EU overtime “i think that Will be her first drama as first lead actress”

    Maybe your right. The roles are not suitable for those 5 actress i Mentioned. The drama’s from tvb are really DRAMATIC in 2015. 2 of them are OK “noblisse oblige and smoothtalker” “madam cutie on dutie”. was also great because i am a really mandy Wong fan when she act as a “Sie Lai”.
    Also like to watch Raymond cho to play as her husband.

    So it not a castingproblem. It’s a scriptproblem. Tvb need to create Some great Stories. Otherwise the rating Will still dropping.

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  7. carmen says:

    Lawrence is a good actor and TVB made the right chouce by casting him as the lead actor. Nevertheless, I tend to agree that TVB needs to do sonething about the lead actress. Sisley…. Hmmm…. Not so convincing. Ada Choi would be a better bet. Too bad for us as the viewers..

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