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|Years active||1999 - present|
Tsui Wing (born August 7, 1974) is a Hong Kong actor contracted to TVB.
Tsui is best known for his role as Kau Chun in the sitcom Best Selling Secrets .
|1999||At the Threshold of an Era||ICAC Officer|
|2003||Triumph in the Skies||Taiwan Tour Leader|
|The Conqueror's Story|
|2005||Into Thin Air|
|Revolving Doors of Vengeance||Police officer|
|The Dance of Passion||Yim Kwok-Gei |
|La Femme Desperado|
|2007||The Ultimate Crime Fighter|
|The Drive of Life|
|On the First Beat|
|The Family Link|
|2007-2008||Best Selling Secrets||Kau Chun|
|Nominated - TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor (2007) |
Nominated - TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor (2008)
Nominated - TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste (2008)
|2008||D.I.E.||Nominated - TVB Anniversary Award for Most Improved Male Artiste|
|2008-2010||Off Pedder||Bao Kwok-yan|
|Nominated - TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|2010||Every Move You Make||Ching Sau-yip|
|Can't Buy Me Love||Uncle Bo|
|Some Day||Kwok Wai-lung|
|Nominated - TVB Anniversary Award for My Favourite Male Character|
|2011||The Life and Times of a Sentinel||Sheung-ning, Fifth Imperial Prince |
|Super Snoops||Lee Tai-chai |
|2011-2012||When Heaven Burns||Arthur|
|2012||Gloves Come Off|
|The Confidant||Guwalgiya Sing-po|
|The Last Steep Ascent||Kwan Kwong-tat |
|2012-2015||Come Home Love||Ma Keung |
馬強 and Ma Gin
|2016||House of Spirits||Mui Chiu |
|Brother's Keeper II||Terri Ma Man-tai |
|2017||Time Travelling Officials||Cheuk Wah/Samuel|
|2018||Who Wants A Baby||Yip Chi-yuen|
|The Learning Curve of a Warlord||Law Yi 羅義|
|2019||The Ghetto-Fabulous Lady||Tik Tak-ying 狄德英|
|2020||The Dripping Sauce||Man Kai-kong 萬啟江|
|The Exorcist’s 2nd Meter||Tony Tsui Tung-yin 徐東然|
|Al Cappuccino||Chung Chi-sum 鍾志琛|
|The Witness||Gordon Yip Ming-kwan 葉明鈞|
|Line Walker: Bull Fight||himself|
|2021||Battle Of The Seven Sisters||Gordon Wong Nam 王男 / Chui Ming-hin 崔銘軒|
|The Kwoks And What||Ben Ho Ching-fung|
|Flying Tiger 3||Dr. Ching Chung-yan|
|2022||Stranger Anniversary||Koo Lik-chi 古烈治|
|TBA||The Perfect Man||Ha Chung-chau 夏中秋|
|Communion||Ma Chi-to 馬志圖|
|Filming||My Pet, My Angel|
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