Mak is best known for his villainous portrayal of Leung Fei-fan in the 2010 TV series 'No Regrets'
Evergreen Mak has been praised for helping out during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The 53-year-old actor, who is now working in China, has been hailed “Guangzhou’s Hero” on Weibo after working as a COVID-19 safety worker.
Mak was spotted on 14 June working as a volunteer and educating elderly Guangzhou residents about pandemic restrictions.
He was seen wearing PPE and patiently explaining COVID-19 information. Some reported seeing him sweating underneath his gear as temperatures were over 34°C outside.
The Chinese actor is best known for his villainous portrayal of Leung Fei-fan in the 2010 TV series No Regrets, for which he won the TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actor and Best Actor in a Supporting Role award in the Asian Television Awards 2011.
Mak also does voiceover works for cartoons and hosted a children’s show for Flash Fax and After School ICU.
Last year Mak spent over $132K to start a wagyu beef store in Hong Kong called Wagyu Pro. He has since sold the store.
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