Nice or Not? TVB Artistes’ True Personalities

From the outside, many celebrities seem friendly and approachable at fan functions. However, a celebrity’s behind-the-scenes persona may not be what the public envisioned. A recent online post started by an ex-TVB employee spoke about celebrity personalities off-camera, and fans were quick to get in on the latest gossip.

A few netizens were curious as to which celebrities had the worst temper. Without going into detail about any specific incidents, the insider revealed that he/she felt Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎) and Michael Tse (謝天華) left the deepest impression and bitter taste. This may not come as a surprise to some, as there have been numerous reports detailing Kevin’s short fuse with reporters. Though there may be some truth to Kevin’s poor attitude, it seems that the 48-year-old actor has a softer side when it comes to his girlfriend, Grace Chan (陳凱琳), who often praises him for being patient, caring, and attentive.

A netizen specifically asked what the insider thought about Kenneth Ma (馬國明), who often comes across as likeable and friendly. The insider said, “He is quite a good person. But one time, he just suddenly threw a tantrum!”

In contrast, the insider exclaimed that newcomer Judy Kwong (鄺潔楹) is the nicest celebrity he/she has come across. In no particular order, other artistes that the insider found to be most pleasant include Billy Luk (陸永), Sze-kwan Cheng (C君), Louis Cheung (張繼聰), Moses Chan (陳豪), Jacqueline Wong (黃心穎), Crystal Fung (馮盈盈), and Anthony Ho (何遠東),

When someone asked about working conditions and potential careers at TVB station, the insider confirmed the long hours and hard work that goes with working at Hong Kong’s biggest television company. The insider advised, “You can go to TVB’s website to see if they are hiring. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know anything. The most important thing is that you make an effort and work hard. Don’t be a know-it-all. If you don’t know something, then just ask. There are a lot of great people who are willing to teach newcomers.”

Source: HK01

This article is written by Huynh for

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  1. i would have wanted to work for tvb if i was in hk just for the perks for running into celebs.

  2. I’ve sorta met Kevin before and he left a deep impression for me because he was interacting with fans and was gracious and quite flirty in a good way. Kenneth ma seems like a great guy. Michael tse looks unapproachable. Moses too.

    1. @funnlim a lot of these incidents mentioned in the article seems vague and rather heavily biased. “Left a deep impression and bitter taste?” Is it because they don’t give you a care in the world? Short fuse with reporters also questionable, were the reporters being nasty? Asking bad invasive questions repeatedly when the actors don’t want to answer?

      All in all, this article is just rubbish, and no news, many of the bad behaviours are not that bad, and since you don’t know the exact circumstances, you can’t judge them all at using these “vague events/descriptions”

  3. Moses is so cute off-screen. I mean, Bernice scandal aside, the fact he blushes easily means he is embarrassed easily. And that means he has a sense of humility and is shy. Usually people like that tend to be very nice :).

    Louis Cheung seems very tactful and a gentleman; otherwise he wouldn’t have won over Kay Tse.

    I’m not sure about the rest. I feel in order to appear very approachable and nice, they have to be very savvy with most people. And that is a matter of manipulation and not genuine. It’s hard to tell the difference between the two.

  4. The details are not specific enough…like being angry at reporters isn’t something I would even care because sometimes they can be so annoying. And who wouldn’t be angry once in their life time and never throw a tantrum ever in their life? I don’t know what the exact actions were so it’s not fair to judge

  5. Should only be judged based on their acting skills. But if the package comes with good character and personality, good for fans.

  6. I’ve met both Kevin Cheng and Michael Tse. Kevin seemed friendly, he said hello and shook my hand. Michael completely ignored me though

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