That same year, Cheung signed into TVB and starred in his first television series, Peak of Passion, released in 1992.A year later, he filmed his very first movie, A Warrior's Tragedy.They even sat next to each other during the awards and held hands when they went up the stage to receive the awards for The Favourite Couple.
Here is my 'dream' XD: Anita and Chilam secretly broke up because they have been together for years but the relationship didn't proceed.
Then after quite a long time after they collaborated for PONR, they worked together for the Astro promotions and developed some feelings for each other. I watched a lot of the promotion clips and she is usually laughing her head off at Chilam's jokes!
His status and recognition as an actor dramatically increased to countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan and China.
He also reaped 2 awards in the TVB award ceremony (My Favorite Couple-with Charmaine Sheh and My Favorite Themesong), adding to his string of already impreesive wins.
He attended Pendle Hill High School In 1990 when Cheung was 19, Cheung visited Hong Kong during his summer vacation and was reacquainted with his cousin and childhood friend, Anna Ueyama (上山安娜). Impressed with Cheung's voice, Tony immediately signed him into IFPI and started to train him.
Cheung then recorded his first song, a duet album with Hong Kong singer Maple Hui (許秋怡).He has been with various record labels, such as Fitto Entertainment, Sony Music, EMI (Cantonese albums only), Rock Records (Mandarin albums only), Cinepoly Records (subsidiary of Universal Music Hong Kong), Starj & Snazz and Neway Star.I saw part of the Astro Wah Lai Toi Drama Awards 2005 held recently and I saw that both Julian Cheung and Charmaine Sheh came on the same limo and held hands when they walked the red carpet.After the release of Cold Blood Warm Heart, he transitioned into movies such as Perfect Match and Comic King.He returned to TVB in 2000 in the series Return of the Cuckoo, which was a tremendous success with Charmaine Sheh, reaching a peak of 40 points.On 6 July 2014, he had his second concert at Hong Kong Coliseum on four-sided stage, called Crazy Hours.