|Height:||180 cm (5' 11'')|
|Birth Day:||September 2, 1979|
|Height:||180 cm (5' 11'')|
|Weight:||in kg - N/A|
Ron Ng was born on 2 September 1979 in Hong Kong. He has an older sister. In 1999, he enrolled into Hong Kong broadcasting station TVB’s dance training course. Under the recommendation of actor Louis Koo (for whom Ng appeared as a background dancer for), Ng joined TVB as an actor after graduating from the station's acting classes. He began his career with minor roles, such as in Burning Flame II.
In 2003, Ng was cast in a lead role in the historical custome drama Find the Light, starring alongside Damian Lau and Bosco Wong. That same year, Ng's breakthrough role came in the role of pilot trainee Issac Tong in the highly acclaimed Triumph in the Skies. Ng won TVB's Most Improved Actor Award in 2004 for his performance in the drama Twin of Brothers at the 37th TVB Anniversary Awards. Since then, Ng had been highly promoted at TVB, being cast as the male lead in most dramas. Ng was voted Super Idol by TVB Weekly and My Favorite TV character in Astro Wah Lai Toi TV Awards in 2005.
In 2005, he portrayed the strong-willed Cheung Lap-Man in The Academy, a drama about police training. The drama was renewed for two more installments, On the First Beat (2007) and E.U. (2009), in which Ng reprised his role. Ng appeared in the movie Moments Of Love in 2005, marking his film debut.
In 2005, Ng signed with BMA Music Records and released his first EP The Fast Pass in December. Its lead single "Don't Blame Her" 別怪她 is part of the soundtrack in the drama series Revolving Doors of Vengeance. Ng was awarded the Best Newcomer Silver Award at the Jade Solid Gold Awards in 2005. In January 2006, Ng released his first studio album Fast Forward and headlined a concert.
In 2007, Ng began filming television dramas in mainland China. He starred in Deep Affection Life (Chinese: 濃情一生), and in Pretty Maid (2008), for which he won the CTV Award for Best Actor.
In 2009 Ng starred in the time travelling comedy A Chip Off the Old Block. He portrayed Chiang Bit-ching in the critically acclaimed period drama Rosy Business, for which he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 2009 TVB Anniversary Awards. In the same year, Ng made a cameo appearance in the E.U. spin-off movie Turning Point. In January 2010, he began filming for the drama Wax and Wane. Ng noted that he had turned down two mainland drama offers in order to film Wax and Wane, also stating that it was worth it to film alongside Roger Kwok, who stars as drama's main lead. In October 2010, he was cast in the drama L'Escargot, which aired in January 2012.
Ng has sung several theme songs for the television dramas he starred in, including "Red Butterfly" 紅蝴蝶 for Rosy Business in 2009.
On 22 May 2010, Ng, Bosco Wong, Kevin Cheng, and Moses Chan hosted a concert at Arena of Stars called "Men's Live in Genting" in Genting, Malaysia. In August 2016, Ng, along with Ruco Chan, Tavia Yeung, and Nancy Wu performed at Be Charmed 2 (雲頂綻放魅力2演唱會).
Ng starred in the 2011 comedy drama Yes, Sir. Sorry Sir!, starring alongside Moses Chan, Tavia Yeung, and Linda Chung. Ng portrayed Inspector Ching Man-lik in the drama. That year he also starred in police procedural drama Forensic Heroes III, which he filmed at the beginning of the year. In May 2011, Ng was cast as Chong Yau Kit, a paramilitary officer, in the action crime drama Ruse of Engagement (previously known as ATF), starring alongside Ruco Chan and Aimee Chan. The drama was not aired until 17 March 2014.
In 2013, Ng reprised his role as Issac Tong in Triumph in the Skies II. In November 2013, Ng began filming for comedy costume drama Lady Sour, starring opposite Myolie Wu. The drama aired in December 2014. In 2014, Ng starred in Black Heart White Soul as a police officer. In 2015, after 17 years at TVB, Ng decided to not renew his management contract with TVB, hoping to have more opportunities outside of Hong Kong. His last TVB drama was Lord of Shanghai, in which Ng portrays a cunning lawyer. At the 17th Huading Awards, Ng was awarded Audience's Favorite Artist (全國觀眾最喜愛的影視明星).
In 2017, Ng took on the role of Senior Inspector, Ko Ka-chun (高家俊), in Shaw Brother's action crime television drama Flying Tiger. He also took part in the action film Shock Wave and the action thriller Bodies at Rest. In 2018, Ng starred in the drama The Lady in the Cubicle (Chinese: 格子间女人). In 2019, Ng starred in Flying Tiger 2 as Senior Inspector Cheung Man-lung, who is part of the secret A Team. The drama marks the first time since 2003's Triumph in the Skies that Ng, Bosco Wong, and Kenneth Ma appeared in a drama together. Ng portrays Cheng Tian in the 2020 web television series White War.
Ng will appear in the upcoming 2020 films Shock Wave 2, Goodbye, Ladies' Street (Chinese: 再見·女人街), and Theory of Ambitions. It is confirmed that Ng will be filming for the third installment of Flying Tigers in July 2020.
Currently, Ron Ng is 42 years, 2 months and 28 days old. Ron Ng will celebrate 43rd birthday on a Friday 2nd of September 2022. Below we countdown to Ron Ng upcoming birthday.