Nicholas Tse Ting-fung (Chinese: 謝霆鋒) is a Canadian Hong Kong actor, martial artist, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and chef. As multi talented celebrity, he became a TV chef and food critic in 2014. Tse initially entered the entertainment industry in 1996 as a singer. He learned martial arts from Philip Ng, Andy On and Sammo Hung, stunts from Jackie Chan, and martial arts for the screen and television from Chung Chi Li. Tse made his film debut in 1998 with the crime film Young and Dangerous: The Prequel, for which he received the Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer for his performance. In 2003, Tse founded Post Production Office Limited, a special effects company in Hong Kong which provides services for movies, video games, and advertisements. The company grossed over one billion Hong Kong dollars, and the company has since been sold.In 2011, he won the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film The Stool Pigeon, making him the first person ever to have won all of the following three Hong Kong Film awards: Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best New Performer.