Andy Hui Chi-on (許志安) is a singer and actor. Hui is considered one of the most successful Hong Kong singers, with an extensive list of Cantonese and Mandarin hits to his credit.
- Name: Andy Hui Chi-On
- Chinese: 许志安
- Birthdate: August 12, 1967
- Birthplace: Hong Kong
Spouse: Sammi Cheng (m. 2013)
Occupation: Singer, songwriter, actor
Years Active: 1986 - present
Associated Acts: Big Four
Hui was the first runner-up in the fifth Annual New Talent Singing Awards in 1986. Hui has appeared in more than 25 films.
His first music contract came in 1986, and his singing career reached stellar status in 2001 as he won awards of the most favourite male singer.
In 2004, Hui was named by Alan Tam as one of the 'New Four Heavenly Kings' along with Hacken Lee, Leo Ku, and Edmond Leung which would be replacing the once lustrous title awarded to Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok, and Leon Lai.
In October 2005, Andy was declared one of Ten Outstanding Young Persons where his hard work on his music and film career, and his excellence in commitment to the community was recognized.
Hui's mother is Vietnamese.
Hui married singer-actress Sammi Cheng in 2013.
On April 16, 2019, Hui received heavy media exposure for his physical intimacies with former HK Pageant contestant Jacqueline Wong. At the time of the incident, Hui is married to Sammi Cheng and Wong is in a steady relationship with actor Kenneth Ma. The two shared a taxi ride, where they engaged in intimate acts. The incident was recorded by the taxi's in-vehicle camera and later made public by various news outlets. The pair was believed to have left the taxi together for Wong's home. As damage control, Hui immediately made a public apology to his wife and loved ones, citing he was drunk that night but admitted his intoxication was no excuse for his behaviour
|Awards||New Talent Singing Awards – 1986 First Runner-up|