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  Aaron joined TVB in 1984 as a dancer at the age of 22. Then he also appeared in several TV series. In 1989, Aaron became well-known by more people after a commercial in Taiwan. Aaron returned to Hong Kong and began to star in several movies. In 1991, he signed a contract with Capital Artist Ltd. His first album is called Non-Stop Love

Aaron Kwok [郭富城 / Kwok Fu Shing (Guo Fu Cheng)] is one of The Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop, and he is also known as "Hong Kong's Michael Jackson" because of his excellent dancing ability

In 2004, Aaron held a series of concerts which impressed fans and critics alike, and garnered him a Hong Kong Dance award presented by the Hong Kong Dance Alliance. Due to the overwhelming success of his 2004 concert series, Aaron held a second series of concert in the following year. He shaved his head for his 2005 concert, and his new image surprised a lot of the audiences. “The Aaron Kwok Mega Hits Live In Concert 2005 Chapter II” got great reviews from the audiences and the media, due to Aaron's amazing performance and fabulous clothing.

Aaron was a dancer before he started his music career. He started out as a background dancer for TVB music and variety shows. He first gained recognition in Taiwan for a TV advertisement. Soon after, in 1990, his debut album “Love You Endlessly” ( 對你愛不完 Cantonese: dêui néi ngoî bät yun, Pinyin: duì ní aì bù wán) was released in Taiwan. This album had sold more than 500,000 records in both Taiwan and Hong Kong. The song “Love You Endlessly” (對你愛不完) was the biggest hit in the early 90s. The success of his first album made him famous in Hong Kong and earned him the title as one of the Four Heavenly Kings in the Chinese music industry.

At the Taiwan's 42nd Golden Horse Awards ceremony on November 13, 2005, Aaron won the Best Leading Actor title for his role in “Divergence” by beating out Hong Kong veteran Tony Leung Ka-Fai and took everyone, including himself, by surprise. This was also Aaron's first Golden Horse nomination. He again won the Best Actor Award again at the 43rd Golden Horse Awards on November 24, 2006 for his role in the film After This Our Exile. He became only the second actor in the history of the Golden Horse Awards to win the Best Actor Award consecutively. Jackie Chan first accomplished this back in the 1990s

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