Jerry Lamb

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Jerry Lamb
Born (1970-09-28) 28 September 1970 (age 50)
OccupationActor, singer, presenter
Lily Hong
(m. 2002)
Awards TVB Anniversary AwardsMy Favourite On-Screen Partners (Non-Dramas)
1998 The Super Trio Show
1999 The Super Trio Mega Show
2001 Super Trio Show Sr.2
2004 The Super Trio Continues

Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 林曉峰
Simplified Chinese 林晓峰
Musical career
Also known asAh Lo

Jerry Lamb Hiu-fung (Chinese: 林曉峰) (born 28 September 1970) is a Hong Kong actor. [1]


He is the younger brother of popular DJ, pop singer, and actor, Jan and radio personality-turned-singer Sandy. Jerry is best known to hardcore movie fans as the young lackey Pou-pan in the Young and Dangerous series. He was one of the few cast members to have been in the entire film series in the same role, including the spinoffs.

Jerry is distinguished for his nerdy looks but good attitude. An actor as well, one of his best performances is said to be seen in 1996's The Log with Michael Wong and Kent Cheng. He is married to Lily Hong with two sons.

Aside from films, Jerry was also the co-host of the Super Trio Series, a comedy variety show on TVB Jade with Chin Kar-lok and Eric Tsang.


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  1. "Jerry Lamb". Retrieved 20 April 2010.