Dayo Wong, born in Hong Kong. He obtained his Bachelor Degree in Philosophy in Canada. After returning to Hong Kong, he worked for major TV and radio stations. Initially, he worked for Radio Television Hong Kong (TV Section) as Production Assistant. He had also hosted "Morning Live Studio" of ATV and worked as producer and moderator of the talk show "Playboy Club" of Channel 1, Commercial Radio. Other than that, "Stand Up Comedy" can be considered as the most striking. He made its premiere in 1998. After more than eight years as of this writing, it still receives wide acclaim. Its creative elements, gimmicks and punchline brought to audiences laugher and tears. [...] Dayo entered the movie industry as a scriptwriter. In 1993, he wrote "Two of a Kind". In "Pink Bomb", he had a dual role as scriptwriter and actor. In these years, he had starred in over 30 movies.