| ||One of "The Four Heavenly Kings", HK's top male pop singers, along with Andy Lau, Jackie Chueng and Leon Lai. |
Aaron Kwok was born in Hong Kong on 26th October, 1966 and was educated in Hong Kong. He graduated from the TVB Dancing Training Class in 1984. In 1987, he was transferred to the Actor Training Class and graduated in the auspicious No. 1 spot. During this period, he performed in a number of TV series and entertainment programmes.
In 1990, Aaron's first television commercial in Taiwan for a motorcycle drew enormous attention thoughout the region. He was soon on his way to record his first solo album "Not Stop Loving You," followed by two addtional Mandarin albums. His singing career skyrocketed him to the top of the charts.
With Warner Music since 1993, he has released over twenty albums, including his latest releases, "Devoted," "Generationext," and "24K Mastersonic Vol. 2." His most recent concert toured throughout Southeast Asia, Japan, Australia and Canada, not to mention 16 sold out concerts in Hong Kong alone.
He is a veteran of film acting, appearing in over 22 films, including "Gangs 92," "Somebody Up There Likes Me" and "Anna Magdalena" and his latest film "The Stormriders." His recent two year promotion deal with Pepsi has positioned him alongside the likes of Madona and Michael Jackson.
- Biography from Storm Riders DVD