Wayne Lai Birthday, Date of Birth

Wayne Lai

Wayne Lai Yiu-cheung (Chinese: 黎耀祥; born 4 May 1964) is a Hong Kong actor. He is one of Hong Kong's most successful television actors. Lai won three TVB Anniversary Awards for Best Actor, making him only one of three actors who have three wins in that category.

After graduating from TVB artistes' training program, he made his acting debut in 1986, playing supporting roles. He first rose to popularity for his role as Zhu Bajie in the 1996 fantasy drama Journey to the West. In 2008, he won Best Supporting Actor at the TVB Anniversary Awards for his role in The Gentle Crackdown II. His performance as Chai Kau in the period drama Rosy Business received critical acclaim and earned him the TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actor. Lai again won Best Actor at the TVB Anniversary Awards for starring in No Regrets (2010) and The Confidant (2012).

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Monday, May 4, 1964
Place of Birth
Hong Kong britannico
Age
57
Star Sign

The May 4, 1964 was a Monday under the star sign of . It was the 124 day of the year. President of the United States was Lyndon B. Johnson.

If you were born on this day, you are 57 years old. Your last birthday was on the Tuesday, May 4, 2021, 0 days ago. Your next birthday is on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, in 364 days. You have lived for 20,819 days, or about 499,666 hours, or about 29,980,008 minutes, or about 1,798,800,505 seconds.

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4th of May 1964 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on May 4, 1964

Danish Paper Gets Letter Of Ransom for Statue Head

Date: 05 May 1964

Little Mermaid case: anon lr to Copenhagen newspaper offers to return head for $1,400

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Article 5 -- No Title

Date: 05 May 1964

Special to The New York Times

Strikers stone newsmen, Santo Domingo

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Dispute at Algiers Parley

Date: 05 May 1964

Communist China chargee USSR repr at recent communist journalists conf, Algiers, publicly tore up Chinese resolution calling for propaganda war against US

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News Analysis

Date: 04 May 1964

By HANSON W. BALDWIN

Hanson BALDWIN

H W Baldwin on low morale in W Ger army from psychological isolation, 'civilianization,' other factors

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NEWS FOR POLES ISN'T FOR REGIME

Date: 05 May 1964

By PAUL UNDERWOOD; Special to The New York Times

Paul UNDERWOOD

Article on public distrust of Govt-controlled press and unusual interest in rumors

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SOVIET SHUTS OFFICE OF TIME MAGAZINE

Date: 05 May 1964

Special to The New York Times

Govt closes Time (pub) Moscow bur, expels newsman I Shenker; cites 'vicious anti-Soviet article containing slanders' in Apr 24 issue, notes earlier warning; Time appeals to Premier Khrushchev

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Man in the News

Date: 04 May 1964

Special to The New York Times

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Man in the News

Date: 05 May 1964

Special to The New York Times

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Olympic Committee Bars Indonesia From '64 Games

Date: 05 May 1964

IOC bars Indonesia

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A Little Spinster Deftly Tucks Great Bridge Into Sketchbook

Date: 05 May 1964

By GAY TALESE

Gay TALESE

Article on L Rethi, artist who specializes in sketching construction work; her 3-yr recording of bldg of Verrazano-Narrows Bridge noted

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