Since being diagnosed with Behcet’s disease two years ago, Raymond Wong (黃浩然) took a one-year hiatus from work to recover. Returning in 2015, Raymond has decreased his work output in order to not risk his health again. Recently, the 41-year-old actor has been busy filming for the upcoming drama, Married but Available <我瞞結婚了>, which also stars Kenneth Ma (馬國明) and Tony Hung (洪永城).
Despite working through the night and getting off at 4 a.m., Raymond graciously accepted an interview and shared that he will be taking his youngest son to school later in the morning at 7 a.m.. With only a few hours in between, Raymond willingly sacrifices his rest time in order to bond with his son.
Raymond is Middleman between Kenneth and Tony
Recently, a selfie photo surfaced, with Raymond in the middle and alleged love rivals, Kenneth and Tony, beside him. Tony’s tense smile and unnatural expression in the photo further fueled the rumors that he and Kenneth were fighting over Natalie Tong‘s (唐詩詠) affections. The media was quick to speculate that Raymond had forced the two to take a photo together in an attempt to reconcile their friendship.
In regards to his awkward attempt to mend the supposed conflict between Kenneth and Tony, Raymond lightheartedly joked, “After taking a few [photos], Tony purposely chose one where everyone had unnatural expressions! Actually, the two of them are more highly sought after for appearances together than a lot of onscreen couples. Hopefully that picture will allow me to make some more money too!”
Although Natalie has not visited the set during filming, Raymond shared that Edwin Siu (蕭正楠) has come to visit his girlfriend, Priscilla Wong (黃翠如), who also stars in the drama. When asked whether Edwin and Tony have asked him about marriage advice, Raymond laughed, “Young men should enjoy the romance first!”
He shared that every time Tony mentions Natalie, he would be very sweet. On whether Tony is purposely flaunting his romance in front of Kenneth, Raymond helplessly saidd, “He wouldn’t do that. You guys need to stop setting traps for me!”
This article is written by Huynh for JayneStars.com.