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Raymond Cho Wing-Lim (Chinese: 曹永廉) is a Hong Kong television star. He currently works for the television company, TVB. Raymond used to be a singer, winning a singing competition when he was 29 years old. After an unsuccessful attempt at being a singer, he gave acting a try. After filming some movies, he joined TVB.[1] Notable dramas he has starred in are: Healing Hands II (2000), Healing Hands III (2005), Welcome to the House (2006), and At Home With Love (2006).

Raymond Cho
Born (1964-10-16) 16 October 1964 (age 54)
Years active1994–present
Spouse(s)Elaine Chiang (2007–present)
Children2
AwardsTVB Anniversary AwardsBest Supporting Actor
2016 Short End of the Stick
Most Popular On-Screen Partnership
2017 A General, a Scholar and a Eunuch
2018 Two Men In A Kitchen

Chinese name
Traditional Chinese曹永廉
Simplified Chinese曹永廉

Cho married Elaine Chiang, the eldest daughter of Hong Kong actor David Chiang, on 28 November 2007. Their son Brandon Cho was born in 2008. Their second child, daughter Erin Cho, was born in 2011.

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FilmographyEdit

TV seriesEdit

Year Title Role Awards Notes
1993 Twilight Tubes Part I a.k.a. Twilight Tubes I
1995 Journey of Love Cheung Ka-Chun
1998 ICAC Investigators 1998 Ah Tong
1999 Face to Face Fong Dak-Suen
2000 A Matter of Customs Lam Chi-Kit
Healing Hands II Heung Chung-Yan (Chris) Nominated – TVB Award for Most Improved Actor
2001 The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber Sung Ching-Shu
2002 Invisible Journey Chan Wai-Sing
Doomed to Oblivion Gon Lung Warehoused and broadcast in 2007
Police Station No. 7 Yip Jou-Gong Warehoused and broadcast in 2004
The White Flame Heung Chung-Yan (Chris) Guest star
Warehoused and broadcast in 2004
Square Pegs Bao Gai-Jung
2003 Witness to a Prosecution II General / Ma Bak-Hou Ep. 5, 20-22
2004 Armed Reaction IV Chan Ka-Hei
Summer Heat Ching Tin-Chau Warehoused and broadcast in 2006
Supreme Fate Yau Kai-Lim
2005 Healing Hands III Heung Chung-Yan (Chris)
Revolving Doors of Vengeance Hon Tze-Ban (Benjamin)
Hidden Treasures Li Man-Keung
Life Made Simple Lok Kui-Shing
2006 Welcome to the House Ko Yau-Yee (Sunny)
Forensic Heroes Shum Hung Nominated – TVB Award for Best Supporting Actor
At Home With Love Fok Ming-Hin (Henry)
2008 A Journey Called Life Kam Wing-Loi (Roy)
Forensic Heroes II Shum Hung
Moonlight Resonance Shum Hung Guest star ep. 40
2009 The Threshold of a Persona Cheng Pak-Yu
ICAC Investigators 2009 Lee Tze-Lun Ep. 2
Off Pedder Heung Chung-Yan (Chris) Guest star
2009-2010 The Beauty of the Game Wan Sze-Wai
2010 Fly with Me Tsui Wing-Fai (Frankie) Nominated - TVB Award for Best Supporting Actor
When Lanes Merge Au Yiu-jun
Every Move You Make Gordon Lam Guest star (ep. 1-2)
2010-2011 Home Troopers Kei Wing-fat
2011 A Great Way to Care Lam Wai-San Ep. 15-17
Super Snoops Sit Cheuk
Forensic Heroes III Guest star (ep. 21-22)
2011-2012 Bottled Passion Tsui Ping
2012 The Hippocratic Crush Chin Ho Tat
Queens of Diamonds and Hearts Keung Chik Yan
The Greatness of a Hero Lee Hin Warehoused
Ghetto Justice II Leung Pau Shing
The Confidant On Tak-hoi
2013 Beauty at War Yeung Chi-hin
Awfully Lawful Ming Sir
The Hippocratic Crush II Chin Ho Tat
2014 Storm in a Cocoon Kwan Cho Yiu
Ghost Dragon of Cold Mountain Hung Sup Kau
Overachievers Chiang Sing, Andy
2015 Madam Cutie On Duty Tung Hon Si
2016 Speed of Life Au Suen-wai
Short End of the Stick Chan Siu-fung TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor
Presumed Accidents Lai Yat-ming
Come Home Love: Dinner at 8 Koo Hiu-yeung
Law dis-Order Yam Wai-leung
2017 Provocateur Vincent Hong Yat-fung (康逸風) Guest star
My Dearly Sinful Mind Wong Chong Hin / "Edmund" / Dr. Wong
A General, a Scholar and a Eunuch Zuo Guangdou (later named Fung Yat-bo)
My Ages Apart Sung Lai (young version) Guest Star
2018 The Learning Curve of a Warlord 顧落蘆 (Koo Lok Lo)
2019 ICAC Investigators Ma Zhiqiang Guest Star
Justice Bao: The First Year Gongsun Ce

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Hong Kong Graffiti Ko Chee
Tragic Commitment Lu Hao Chang
Black Dream
1996 Boy's? Raymond
Growing Up Albert Cheng
Best of the Best Kwan Hong Hing a.k.a. Final Option 2
1997 Love, Amoeba Style a.k.a. Love: Amoeba Style
Up for the Rising Sun Tung Chin
L - O - V - E ..... LOVE
Full Alert Chan Wah
Don't Tell My Partner
Love Cruise Wong Wai Man
1998 The Love and Sex of the Eastern Hollywood King
Operation Billionaires Officer Wong a.k.a. Operation Billionaire
B is for Boy a.k.a. B for Boy
a.k.a. Story of Young Generation
A Long and Forgotten Ghost Story
Wipe Out
1999 Bloody Lie
Nothing is Forever
Fourteen Days Before Suicide
The Doctor in Spite of Himself Ma
Bodyguard for the Dead Mr. Cho a.k.a. Body Guard for the Dead
Unexpectable Killing Paul
The House of No Man Hoi / Sea Monster a.k.a. Woman House
The Three Brothers a.k.a. 3 Brothers
2000 Half Cigar
No Sweat
Run
Spiritual Reclamation
Thunder Scout
2001 Final Romance Dr. Peter Chan a.k.a. Wishing Tree
The Saving Hands Fred
2002 The Troublesome Romance Ka Fei
2003 My Sassy Boyfriend Victor
True Love 2003 Sam
The Secret Society - Boss Hui Chi Wah
The Secret Society - The Best Hack Hui Chi Wah
The Threat
2004 The Infernal Fighter
The Healing Spirit
2005 Wedding in Hell Dick a.k.a. Ghost Story
2 Young Ken's assistant
2006 The House of the Sword
2007 In Love with the Dead Wai's doctor
2009 Look for a Star Frank a.k.a. Looking For a Star
2010 72 Tenants of Prosperity Heung Chung Yan (Chris)
2011 I Love Hong Kong

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Political ParticipationEdit

Raymond Cho is one of the artist who is usually expressing the speeches to support The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administration Region and the Chief Executives from 2014 Hong Kong protests. Some of the speeches are even unpleasant on specific politicians from pro-democratic camp and appreciated by the medias of Radical pro-Beijing camp.

In 2016, Raymond posted a message said the Rule of Law in Hong Kong "is dying" when the Spokesman of Hong Kong Indigenous - Edward Leung in 2016 Mong Kok civil unrest was judged as innocence[4].

In 20 May 2019, Raymond replied the Facebook news which is written about Joshua Wong with the curse speech that celebrated Joshua was put into jail. Afterwards, he had the further reply "希望佢快啲香" in Cantonese, it means "Wishes him dead very soon". Raymond's replies made numerous of Hong Kong Netizens stroke back, he added with provocative tone that he would not argue with the trash when it is meaningless[5].

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Two Men - Two Ambitions, Raymond Cho & Johnson Lee" (Press release). TVB Weekly. 2006-05-30. Archived from the original on 2007-02-06.
  2. ^ Raymond Cho at douban.com
  3. ^ Raymond Cho at chinesemov.com
  4. ^ 【激濁揚清】曹永廉疑似嘆香港法治已死 - Speak-Out Hong Kong News
  5. ^ 【FB開火】黃之鋒入獄曹永廉揶揄「快啲香」 網民鬧爆:去大灣區啦你!- Hong Kong Appledaily