Honorary Tutor of Acting
Tam Wai Kuen
Graduated from the School of Drama, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Acting. During the school period, he has participated in many TVB and Radio Television Hong Kong drama series, and won the "Most Promising Actor Award" and "Outstanding Actor Award" with "Brighton Beach Memoirs " and "Biloxi Blues" respectively; Won the "Outstanding Actor Award (Musical)" with "Grease" and "Brotherly Bond". After graduation, he joined the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre and became a full-time actor. His performances included "I Have a Date with Spring" and "Night Impact"; he also won the Hong Kong Drama Awards for Best Supporting Actor (Comedy/Farce) with the drama "A Flea in Her Ears" ); Later, Gary joined TVB to host the children's program "Lightning Fax Machine" and the music program "Sunday New Zone", and won TVB's top ten children songs awards with "Baishiling Park". Gary has worked with a number of local performing arts groups, including: the musical "Meet the Girl in 1941", the rock ballet "White Snake", the stage play "Ever and Everlasting" as the protagonist Zi Yao, "Xiang. situation. Musical-Border Town, "Perfume", musical "New Legend of White Snake", etc.
In recent years, he played the protagonist Leslie (six times) in the musical "Shooting Star", which was part of the spring stage production. Later, he went to Singapore and Macau to perform in the first and second stops of the world tour; in 2008, Gary participated in the 36th The Hong Kong Arts Festival performed "Titus", playing the main role of Alan-Arron. In December of the same year, he participated in the comedy "Crazy World" produced by the Hong Kong Drama Association. In January 2009, Gary was a special guest performer at the Cotai Arena in the Venetian Hotel for Sam Hui's world tour in Macau. In March, Gary was invited by the Chung Ying Theatre Company to perform in the hilarious musical "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" as the protagonist Pseudolus. In April, Gary participated in the performance of the Broadway-style musical comedy "Sister Wang Mingquan" at the Hong Kong Coliseum in Hung Hom. In February 2010, Gary played the role of Leslie Cheung and the principal Alan Tam in the "SUPER Suspected Superstar Concert" at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai to raise funds for the Heart Qing Action Charity Fund. In April of the same year, Tam Wai Kuen founded "GorGor Productions Ltd." for himself and completed the creation of the one-man show musical "Together 2010 Together". In September, he produced and performed "Contrary Contrary-Tam Wai Kuen Concert 2010" for his theatre company. In December, Gary adapted Liang Yusheng's original martial arts novel "The Legend of the Female Emperor" for a costume stage play for the theater space, and played the protagonist Li Yi. In April 2011, Gary served as the emcee of the Hong Kong Children's Choir "Masters and Young Musicians" concert. In August, Gary released his first solo CD album "If I were him (her)" based on the concept of a musical. In October, Gary was a guest performer at the 3rd Hong Kong Food and Wine Parade at the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade. Since 2013, Gary has returned to TVB to shoot TV series mainly. Recent stage performances include "Our Town" as the protagonist George, the musical stage "Leslie & Anita" as the protagonist Wesley, and the stage "The Glass Menagerie" as the protagonist Wen Weidong.
Now he is a freelance actor, director, singer, drama instructor and artistic director of "GorGor Production".