Jacqueline Wong Biography | Jacqueline Wong
Jacqueline Wong (full name: Jacqueline Wong Sum-wing) is a Hong Kong ABC and Canadian actress, model, singer, spokesperson, and television entertainer under Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) management. She won the Miss Hong Kong 2012 first runner-up title and placed in the top 12 talents at Miss World 2013.
Wong has acted in 12 TVB drama series since 2013, mainly in supporting roles. She is best known for starring in the 2019 short documentary film The Cheater and the Slut in a Taxi, alongside Andy Hui.
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Jacqueline Wong Sum-wing is 30 years old as of 2019. He was born on 23 January 1989, in New York, New York, United States
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Eric Hamber Secondary School, The University of British Columbia
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One of her earliest roles was as Shum Wan-Kam in 2013’s The Hippocratic Crush II.
She has gained over 550,000 followers on her Instagram account.
Her father is Pui-Lam Wong and her sister is named Scarlett Wong.
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Beauty Competition & Joining TVB
Jacqueline competed at Miss Hong Kong 2012 and won first runner-up title. The following year, she represented Hong Kong for Miss World 2013 and placed on the top 12 talents. Like all beauty pageant winners, she was offered a contract with HK television TVB and received training to become an entertainer. Starting in guest roles, Jacqueline moved her way up to support cast and now a lead actress.
However, her career has been marred with rumors and scandal due to her involvement with married co-stars. Her career has been intact due to the fact all accusations have been refutable and there was never hard evidence of inappropriate behavior until she was caught kissing Andy Hui on camera in April 2019.
Jacqueline Wong Life & Career
On January 23, 1989, Wong was born in New York City. Jacqueline is the youngest sister of four, with Scarlet Wong (artist and former host of ViuTV) as her elder sister. At seven years old, she and her family moved and settled in Vancouver. In 2012, she was attending the University of British Columbia, studying her Master of Business Administration before competing for Miss Hong Kong 2012. Raised by her Cantonese family in America, she is fluent in English and Cantonese-Chinese.
A scandal with Andy Hui
On April 16, 2019, Jacqueline received heavy media exposure for her physical intimacies with married HK star Andy Hui. At the time of the incident, Andy is married to Sammi Cheng and Jacqueline is in a steady relationship with actor Kenneth Ma. The two shared a taxi ride, where they engaged in intimate acts.
The incident was recorded by the taxi’s in-vehicle camera and later made public by various news outlets. The pair was believed to have left the taxi together for Jacqueline’s residence. As damage control, Andy immediately made a public apology to his wife and loved ones, citing he was drunk that night but admitted his intoxication was no excuse for his behavior.
Since the outbreak of the scandal, Jacqueline has blocked all comments from her social media but has yet to make any public response.
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Andy Hui just admitted to cheating on Sammi Cheng, devastating supporters of ‘Hong Kong’s last fairytale’
One of Chinese entertainment’s most endearing real-life love stories is in crisis.
Well-known Hong Kong singer and actor Andy Hui tearfully admitted on Tuesday (April 16) night that he had cheated on his wife, Cantopop superstar Sammi Cheng.
Hui’s affair came to light when video footage taken from inside a taxi was leaked online and splashed across major tabloids on Tuesday.
Another man was initially in the same cab as Hui and Wong, but left after Hui assured him that they would be heading to two different destinations. After the man left, both Hui and Wong told the driver to head to just one location.
Addressing reporters at a press conference on Tuesday, 51-year-old Hui said he had done something that was “unforgivable”.
“I’ve come here today to take responsibility,” he said.
He also said that he had had a lot to drink on the night the video was taken but said that being intoxicated was “absolutely not an excuse” for what happened.
“I regret it very much, and find it very hard to face myself and accept myself,” he added in between sobs.
Hui then announced that his career in entertainment would immediately be put on hiatus.
“My biggest mistake was losing myself,” Hui said, before again saying sorry to his loved ones and Cheng, his wife of almost five years.
“I hope everyone can give me time to find myself again,” he said, before ending the press conference with yet another apology.
And while Cheng has remained silent on the issue, fans have left comments urging her to stay strong through the ordeal.
Cheng, 46, and Hui are one of the Chinese entertainment industry’s most-watched couples.
The couple was linked romantically from as early as 1991 before they went public in 2001. They then broke up in 2004. As two of Cantopop’s biggest stars, many fans were left heartbroken by the split.
Later, in 2011, Hui announced that he and Cheng were officially dating again, much to fans’ delight. Famous comedian and friend Dayo Wong once described the couple as “Hong Kong’s last fairy tale”.
By late 2013, they were reportedly married in a private ceremony on Indonesia’s Bali island.