|Education||Royal Hong Kong Police Cadet School|
|Children||Brittany Cheung (daughter)|
Hong Kong Film Awards – Best Actor
2009 Beast Stalker
Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards – Best Actor
2008 Beast Stalker
Golden Horse Awards – Best Actor
2009 Beast Stalker
TVB Anniversary Awards – Most Improving Actor
1998 Secret of the Heart
|Traditional Chinese||張 家 輝|
|Simplified Chinese||张 家 辉|
Nick Cheung Ka-fai (Chinese :張家輝; pinyin :Zhāng Jiāhuī; born 2 December 1964) is a Hong Kong actor, singer and director.
He was formerly a Royal Hong Kong Police officerfor four years, but he left the job after his request to be transferred to the criminal investigation department was turned down. He then worked for Danny Lee's film production company. His film debut is "Thank you, Sir!", as a student at the Royal Hong Kong Cadet School. From 1989 to 1994, he worked at the television station ATV World. Later, he left ATV and joined another station, TVB. He left TVB in 2004, and worked mainly on films. His fame was built on Wong Jing's comedy at first, but he has changed his acting style for more sombre roles since 2003. He was nominated for his first Hong Kong film award in 1999, and won his first award in 2009 for his role in Beast Stalker . He has been nominated many times at the Hong Kong Film Awards and other Chinese film awards since.
Cheung has won seven awards for his role in Beast Stalker (2008), including Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor, and Golden Horse Film Award for Best Actor.
In 2013, he also won praise and Best Actor awards for his role as an aging MMA fighter in Unbeatable .
Cheung met Hong Kong actress Esther Kwan while he was still working at ATV. They married on 8 December 2003 in Australia. Their daughter, Brittany Cheung (張童; Cheung Tung), was born on 24 January 2006.
Cheung earned 75 million HKD in 2014.
|1989||Thank You, Sir||Cheung Ka-fai|
|News Attack||Policeman at station|
|1990||It Takes Two to Mingle||a.k.a. Takes Two to Mingle|
|Against All||Cheung Ka-fai (Steve)||a.k.a. Again All|
|1992||Slice of Life|
|The Lucky Family||Jiu-choi|
|Laser Drama - To Be a Gamble King||Grasshopper|
|What a Hero!||Cop|
|The Unleaded Love||Chung|
|1993||Raped by an Angel||Dick||a.k.a. Naked Killer 2|
|Shoot to Kill||Loo Sek-on|
|Wounded Tracks||Ma Tian|
|Asian Connection||Rocky Sly / Casper|
|1996||Moonlight Sonata||Keung||TV movie|
|Ah Kam||Whacko||a.k.a. The Stuntwoman|
a.k.a. Ah Kam: Story of a Stuntwoman
|1998||The Conman||Dragon||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|1999||Raped By An Angel 4: The Rapist's Union||Smart Fai|
|The King of Debt Collecting Agent|
|The Conmen in Vegas||Dragon|
|The Tricky Master||Leung Foon|
|He is My Enemy, Partner and Father-in-law||Stallone|
|The Lord of Amusement||Yeung Chin-wah|
|2000||My Name is Nobody||No-Name|
|The Duel||Dragon 9|
|Conman in Tokyo||Jersey|
|The Teacher Without Chalk||Cheung Ying|
|Love Correction||Anson Cheung|
|Clean My Name, Mr. Coroner!||Fred Cheung|
|Every Dog Has His Date||King Fai|
|2002||Time 4 Hope||Yuen Kai-chi|
|Happy Family||Small Han Sang|
|The Conman 2002||Lee Ka-sing / Dommer||a.k.a. Conman 2002|
|Shiver||Dr. Ko Chuen|
|2004||Love is Love||Jia Jia-ming|
|Breaking News||Insp. Cheung Chi-hang|
|2006||Election 2||Jet||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor |
a.k.a. Triad Election
a.k.a. Election 2: Harmony Is a Virtue
|On the Edge||Harry Sin|
|Wise Guys Never Die||Nick Wong|
|2007||Sweet Revenge||Cheung Siu-chun|
|Exodus||Kwan Ping-man||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actor |
a.k.a. The Exodus
|2008||My Wife is a Gambling Maestro||Jay Chou|
|Beast Stalker||Hung King|| Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor |
Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor
Golden Horse Film Award for Best Actor
Nominated – Asian Film Award for Best Supporting Actor
a.k.a. The Beast Stalker
|2009||Red River||A Xia|
|To Live and Die in Mongkok||Fai|
|2010||The Stool Pigeon||Inspector Don Lee||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor |
Nominated – Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor
|2011||The Founding of a Party||Liang Qichao|
|Treasure Inn||Lo Pa|
|2012||Nightfall||Wong Yuen-yeung||Nominated – Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor |
Nominated – 49th Golden Horse Film Awards for Best Actor
|Unbeatable||Cheng Fai|| Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor |
Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Actor
Shanghai International Film Festival for Best Actor
Nominated – 50th Golden Horse Film Awards for Best Actor
|The White Storm||Cheung Tsz-wai|
|2014||Golden Chicken 3||Gordon|
|That Demon Within||Hon Kong / Riot police officer|
|Hungry Ghost Ritual||Zong Hua||Also director|
|Temporary Family||Hong Siu-long|
|2015||From Vegas to Macau II||Mark|
|Helios||Eric Lee Yan-ming (李彦明), Chief Inspector of the Counter-Terrorism Response Unit and commander of the emergency response team, Hong Kong Police|
|Keeper of Darkness||Also director|
|2016||From Vegas to Macau III||Mark|
|2018||The Trough||Yu Chau||Also director|
|2019||Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy||Inspector Ching|
|Bodies at Rest|
|Hypnotize the Jury|
|Warriors of Future|
|The Trier of Fact|
|1990||No Way Out||Chung Kin|
|1991||Who is the Winner||Seeto Siu-ming|
|1992||Pride Knows No Love||Ng Tim-fuk|
|Spirit of the Dragon||Tong Fat||a.k.a. Story of Bruce Lee|
|1993||War of the Couple|
|Silver Tycoon||Yeu Kuk-yen|
|Gambler's Dream||Ho Sing-long|
|Race-Course Fever||Champion Ma|
|Who is the Winner II||Lau Ka-tsoi|
|The Brutal Trial||Leung Tin-loi|
|1994||The Kung Fu Master||Fong Sai-yuk|
|1995||House of Horror: Siren Song|
|1997||Mystery Files||Siu Cheuk-nam|
|A Recipe for the Heart||Ah Fai||Guest star|
|Triumph Over Evil||Cheung Chun-tin|
|1998||Secret of the Heart||Kelvin Kam Leung-wang||TVB Award for Most Improved Actor|
|Healing Hands||Peter Cheung Chong-yip|
|Moments of Endearment||Chan Yau-chung|
|1999||Game of Deceit||Yu Jung-jing|
|A Smiling Ghost Story||Fong Ji-lung|
|2000||The Legendary Four Aces||Tong Bak-fu||TVB Award for My Favourite Television Character|
|2001||Law Enforcers||Chou Ka-wing|
|2003||Ups and Downs in the Sea of Love||Jason Tin Wai-san|
|2004||The Last Breakthrough||Albert Wong Po-fun|
|2005||Xin Zui Da Jin Zhi||Guo Ai||a.k.a. Taming of the Shrew|
a.k.a. Princess Sheng Ping
|2007||Best Selling Secrets||customer||Episode 137: "Despicable Big Brother"|
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Cheung has also provided Cantonese voice dubs for foreign films and television programmes.
|2009||Avatar||Jake Sully||Sam Worthington||Lead dubbing role|
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