Patrick Tam

Patrick Tam (born 19 March 1969) is a Hong Kong actor and singer. He first set foot into the entertainment industry after winning the 1988 New Talent Awards in Hong Kong alongside another notable Hong Kong singer, Sammi Cheng who was second runner-up. After an unsuccessful stint in the music industry, Patrick was about to give up a career in the entertainment industry when he was approached by a TVB representative thus embarking on a journey into the world of acting. He got his first break when he received the Best Supporting Actor award at the 18th annual Hong Kong Film Awards in 1999 for his role as Push Pin in Beast Cops. His next notable achievement was a Best Supporting Actor award at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival for his role as Man in Born Wild in 2001.

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In 1996, Patrick met and eventually dated fellow TVB colleague, actress Astrid Chan before separating over personality differences.[5] In 2003, he married Fiona Chan on Christmas Eve which also happens to be her birthday. On December 18, 2006 Patrick and Fiona welcomed son, Daniel (譚皓哲) Tam to the family. On February 21, 2011 Patrick announced the birth of his second child Tamia (譚津如) Tam, with wife Fiona.

Poster for the movie "A Witness Out of the Blue"

A Witness Out of the Blue

In this classic whodunit, a police detective must rely on the only witness – a parrot, to catch the killer of an armed robber.

Poster for the movie "P Storm"

P Storm

Liu Yue Ping reports to the ICAC about a rich 2G Cao Yuen Yuen who bribed officers of the Hong Kong Correctional Services (HKCS) from inside the prison. William Luk decides to infiltrate the prison as an inmate to conduct his investigation, while his partner Ching Tak Ming and Chief Inspector Lau Po-keung back him up from the outside.

Poster for the movie "Master Z: Ip Man Legacy"

Master Z: Ip Man Legacy

After being defeated by Ip Man, Cheung Tin Chi is attempting to keep a low profile. While going about his business, he gets into a fight with a foreigner by the name of Davidson, who is a big boss behind the bar district. Tin Chi fights hard with Wing Chun and earns respect.

Poster for the movie "The H.K. Triad"

The H.K. Triad

Two childhood friends become mortal enemies after their lives take drastically different paths and they discover that they are both in love with the same woman.

Poster for the movie "Trivial Matters"

Trivial Matters

7 Short Story Collection from Hong Kong popular director, Elmond Pang. All about social problem in Hong Kong, delivered in a satirical way.

Poster for the movie "Born Wild"

Born Wild

Upon discovering that his estranged twin brother Lok has died, Joe’s investigation of Lok’s troubled past sends him to the world of underground boxing, where he suspects the opponent killed Lok during a bout. Sorely Joe finds himself unleashing his own animalistic instincts as he comes face to face with his brother’s possible killer.

Poster for the movie "Crying Heart"

Crying Heart

The story of a dying mother and her love for her retarded son. Mrs. Fat (Deanie Ip) is slowly succumbing to cancer, but her biggest worry is her only child, the 30-year-old Bee (Patrick Tam). Possessing the mind of a toddler but the hormonal urges of a sexually aroused rhino, Bee finds himself in trouble with the gangster boyfriend of his neighbor May (Suki Kwan). After the thug is killed for stealing some heroin, the … Read more

Poster for the movie "Ip Man 3"

Ip Man 3

At the end of the 1950’s, finally settled into a stable life, during his daily trip to take his young son to and from school, Ip Man meets another father Cheung Tin-chi; it so happens that Cheung is a fellow Wing Chun practitioner. Through their infrequent contact, the two fathers develop an interesting relationship. Unexpectedly, gangsters led by Sang are trying to take over properties in the neighbourhood and Ip Man decides to lead his … Read more

Poster for the movie "Wong Ka Yan"

Wong Ka Yan

Poster for the movie "Wong Ka Yan"

Wong Ka Yan (2015)

96 min - Romance, Drama - 22 October 2015
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In 1992, on a small island in Hong Kong, a boy fell for Yan crazily searched for her by dozens of unbelievable means. Although every 'Yan' he met turned out to be someone else, they did bring life-changing influences to each other. 22 years later, when the story is finally unveiled, middle-aged Yan is deeply moved.

Director:  Benny Lau
Writers:  Benny Lau, Petrina Wong

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In 1992, on a small island in Hong Kong, a boy fell for Yan crazily searched for her by dozens of unbelievable means. Although every 'Yan' he met turned out to be someone else, they did bring life-changing influences to each other. 22 years later, when the story is finally unveiled, middle-aged Yan is deeply moved.


Collections: Benny Lau

Genres: Romance, Drama

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  Cantonese
Release Date:  22 October 2015

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Production Companies:  Pegasus Motion Pictures

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Runtime:  1 h 36 min

In 1992, on a small island in Hong Kong, a boy fell for Yan crazily searched for her by dozens of unbelievable means.

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Two Thumbs Up

Poster for the movie "Two Thumbs Up"

Two Thumbs Up (2015)

102 min - Crime, Comedy, Action - 2 April 2015
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Four loser gangsters devise a scheme that is eviously ingenious (or profoundly stupid): to disguise a minibus as a police vehicle to rob cross-border rucks that carry human carcasses with money inside. The ploy kicks into action one evening in the New Territories, and the plot thickens with spooky and deadly encounters, including one with an identical police car – also a fake, but manned by killer gangsters who are after the same dead bodies.

Director:  Lau Ho-Leung

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Four loser gangsters devise a scheme that is eviously ingenious (or profoundly stupid): to disguise a minibus as a police vehicle to rob cross-border rucks that carry human carcasses with money inside. The ploy kicks into action one evening in the New Territories, and the plot thickens with spooky and deadly encounters, including one with an identical police car – also a fake, but manned by killer gangsters who are after the same dead bodies.


Collections: Lau Ho-Leung

Genres: Crime, Comedy, Action

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  普通话, Cantonese
Release Date:  2 April 2015

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Production Companies:  Emperor Motion Pictures, Sil-Metropole Organisation

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 42 min

Four loser gangsters devise a scheme that is eviously ingenious (or profoundly stupid):

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Poster for the movie "Port of Call"

Port of Call

A teenage prostitute is murdered; her body cut up and flushed down the toilet, and her severed head thrown into Victoria Harbor. Director Philip Yung chooses to focus not on the crime or the investigation, but on the dead girl and her family, the cop and his family, and the killer who is without a family. The result is a genre-bender that progresses as it digresses, an atmospheric mosaic of human lives and actions that … Read more

Poster for the movie "Simply Actors"

Simply Actors

When undercover cops start losing their lives to drug lords who blame their demise on “poor acting”, the Police Force counters by sending Hong Kong’s Finest to acting school.

Poster for the movie "Zu Warriors"

Zu Warriors

King Sky (Ekin Cheng), the sole disciple of the Kun Lun Sect, falls in love with his master Dawn (Cecilia Cheung). Dawn is killed when Insomnia destroys the Kin Lun Mountain. King Sky waits for two hundred years and meets Enigma (Cecilia Cheung), who is the reincarnation of Dawn, and in love with her again. However, Insomnia’s Blood Clouds is ready to destroy Zu…