William Chan Reportedly Owns 5 Properties in Hong Kong

William Chan’s (陳偉霆) wealth is no laughing matter. From 2012 to 2018, the Lost Love in Times <醉玲瓏> actor purchased five properties in Hong Kong, with a total worth of HK$64.4 million. William’s purchases reflects his gradual increase in net worth over the past eight years.

In 2012, William purchased a flat in Kennedy Town, in Sai Wan of Hong Kong Island at a price of HK$2.3 million. After his overnight success with the 2014 Chinese drama Swords of Legends <古劍奇譚>, he purchased another property in Kwun Tong for HK$2.17 million. William purchased three more properties in Wan Chai and North Point from 2016 to 2018, each worth more than HK$10 million.

William debuted as a member of the Cantopop boy band Sun Boy’z in 2006. The other members were Steven Cheung (張致恆) and Dennis Mak (麥子豪). William pursued a solo career after disbandment, and shot to fame in mainland China after starring in Swords of Legends in 2014. William has appeared on Forbes’ China Celebrity 100 list three times since 2015.

Source: 163.com

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

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  1. Wow! Guess it’s impressive to owe properties in HK since they said it’s so expensive. Looks like headed to China was a good choice for him besides Hawick Lau.

  2. Only takes one hit to make it big in China. That’s why many From Hong Kong go to try their luck…

  3. He was a laughing stock in Hong Kong but a big hit in China. I believe it was Angelababy’s hubby that started it off and being Ah Sa (one of the Twin’s) boyfriend didn’t help matters. He become successful against all odds – good luck to him. I bet a lot of hong kong actors are jealous of his success. He haven’t done much lately so I wonder if he fame is starting to wean off?

    1. @janeb He took time off from filming since mid 2019 to prepare for his concert in March 2020 but that has been postponed during to the Covid-19 situation in China. According to tabloids, he is going to start filming a new drama with Yang Mi soon once the Covid-19 situation stablises.

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