Kelvin Kwan is a cantopop singer from Go East, a subdivision of Universal Music.
|Born:||Kelvin Kwan, Mar 24, 1983, Canada|
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About Kelvin Kwan
Cantopop artist who shot to stardom in 2006 with the release of the single "Big Cry Baby." He has gone on to have further success with releases like What Do You Take Me For (2007) and Here I Am (2010).
He was raised in Canada and attended the University of Toronto. He was signed to Universal Music's Taiwan division while vacationing in the country.
He has acted in several films, including Doomsday Party (2013) and 12 Golden Ducks (2015).
He is the son of Hong Kong musician and producer William Kwan. He has dated singer Jill Vidal.
His song "Big Baby Cry" is a duet with singer Alan Tam, who is his godfather.
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- Canadian emigrants to Hong Kong
- Hong Kong male singers
- Canadian pop singers
- Hong Kong male television actors
- 21st-century Hong Kong male actors
- Hong Kong male film actors
- 21st-century Canadian singers