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Julian Cheung

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Profile

  • Name: 張智霖 (张智霖) / Cheung Chi Lam (Zhang Zhi Lin)
  • English name: Julian Cheung
  • Also known as: Chilam Cheung
  • Profession: Actor, singer and songwriter
  • Birthdate: 1971-Aug-27
  • Birthplace: Hong Kong
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Height: 180cm
  • Weight: 64kg
  • Star sign: Virgo
  • Chinese zodiac: Pig
  • Blood type: A
  • Family: Wife/actress Anita Yuen (since 2001) and son Morton Cheung (born 2006-Nov-12)

TV Shows

TV Show Theme Songs

Movies

  • The Grand Masters (2011)
  • The First 7th Night (2009)
  • Qing Ping Guo (2007)
  • Wei Xian Ren Wu (2007)
  • Chain Game (2007)
  • A Mob Story / Ren Zai Jiang Hu (2007)
  • Heavenly Mission (2006)
  • Operation Undercover (2006)
  • Bar Paradise (Thai/U.S./Hong Kong collaboration, 2005)
  • Reunion (2002)
  • Possessed (2002)
  • The Replacement Suspects (2001)
  • Stowaway (2001)
  • Blue Moon (2001)
  • Martial Angels (2001)
  • Esprit D'amour (2001)
  • Comic King (2001)
  • Dragon Heat (2001)
  • Perfect Match (2000)
  • Twilight Garden (2000)
  • The Island Tales (2000)
  • And I Hate You So (2000)
  • Extreme Crisis (1998)
  • The Suspect (1998)
  • Love and Let Love (1997)
  • Option Zero (1997)
  • Theft Under the Sun (1997)
  • Love Amoeba Style (1997)
  • Best of the Best (1996)
  • To Be No. 1 (1996)
  • Those Were the Days (1996)
  • Banana Club (1996, cameo)
  • Just Married (1995, cameo)
  • Highway Man (1995)
  • Tragic Commitment (1995)
  • Happy Hour (1995)
  • Right Here Waiting (1994)
  • Warrior's Tragedy (1993)
  • Legend of the Liquid Sword (1993)

Recognitions

  • Stars Gild CCTV's 7th Lily Awards: Most Popular Actor (2007)
  • Astro Awards 2005: Best Couple with Charmaine Sheh from Point of No Return
  • Astro Awards 2005: Best Character Award - Chow Tin Ci / Zhou Tian Ci from Point of No Return
  • Astro Awards 2005: Best Theme Song - Love Has No Dreams from Point of No Return
  • 36th TVB Anniversary Awards: "My Top 12 Favorite Television Characters" - Yeung Kwong / Yang Guang from Take My Word For It (2003)
  • Publication Weekly Television Awards: Most Popular Theme Song - Wishing Kwan Well from Return of the Cuckoo (2001)
  • Publication Weekly Television Awards: Top 10 Television Artists - #9 (2001)
  • Jade Solid Gold: Most Popular Adapted Song Performance Grand Prize - Wishing Kwan Well from Return of the Cuckoo (2001)
  • Singapore's Friday Publication Weekly Student Idol Voting: Most Popular Foreign Film Actor (2000-2001)
  • New City Station: Karaoke Song Grand Prize for Wishing Kwan Well from Return of the Cuckoo (2000)
  • 33rd TVB Anniversary Awards: "My Favorite On-screen Couple" with Charmaine Sheh from Return of the Cuckoo (2000)
  • 33rd TVB Anniversary Awards: "My Favorite Actor in a Leading Role" as Man Chor / Wen Chu from Return of the Cuckoo (2000)
  • One of the Top 10 Most Popular Artists of the Millennium (2000)
  • 3rd Jade Solid Gold: Top 10 Songs of the Year - Wishing Kwan Well from Return of the Cuckoo (2000)
  • Singapore Yes93: Top 3 Golden Songs - You Mei You (有没有) Have it or Not (1999)
  • Singapore's Friday Publication Weekly Student Idol Voting: Voted amongst the Top 10 Most Popular Actors, Top 10 Most Popular Film Artists, Top 10 Most Popular Foreign Film Actors, and Top 10 Most Popular Foreign Television Actors (1998-1999)
  • 1st Annual Top 10 Movie Theme Songs Award: Lofty Once in a Lifetime from "To Be No. 1" (1997)
  • Commercial Radio Chit Chat Pop Chart: Best New Male Singer - Silver Prize (1993)
  • Hit Radio: Best New Male Singer Award (1993)
  • TVB's Jade Solid Gold: Best Newcomer Award - Bronze (1992-1993)
  • Metro Radio: Best Young Talent Award (1992)
  • CRHK2 New Generation Show: Best Performance Award (1992)
  • 1991 Jade Solid Gold: Top 10 Songs of the Year (Modern Love Story, a duet with Maple Hui)

Trivia

  • Languages: Cantonese, Mandarin and English
  • Hobbies: Playing on the computer, playing tennis, writing songs and reading novels
  • Native origin: Nanhai, Guangdong, China
  • Religion: Buddhism

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