|Directed by||Au Cheuk-man|
|Produced by||Aman Chang|
|Written by||Au Cheuk-man|
|Starring||Ong Yong Kuan |
Lim Jun Hong
|Music by||Day Tai|
|Edited by||Li Ka-wing|
|Distributed by||Mei Ah Entertainment|
|Box office||HK$5.58 million|
The Gigolo (Chinese: 鴨王) is a 2015 Hong Kong erotic drama film directed and written by Au Cheuk-man and starring Dominic Ho, Candy Yuen, Jeana Ho, Hazel Tong and Winnie Leung. A sequel titled The Gigolo 2 was released on January 14, 2016 with Dominic Ho reprising his role as Fung.
The movie opens with Fung exercising on the vertical bar at the balcony of his house. Then it follows on through to how he started his life as a gigolo to him becoming an actor and a lover of his director, a rich man's daughter.
- Dominic Ho as Fung, a gigolo turned actor
- Candy Yuen as Michelle, a client of Fung
- Jeana Ho as Chloe, film director and Fung's girlfriend
- Hazel Tong as Yoyo, frequent client of Chris
- Winnie Leung as Belle, hair stylist for Abson
- Pal Sinn as Abson, nicknamed King of Gigolos
- Angelina Lo as Jane, Fung's mother
- Wong Chun-tong as Shing, nicknamed Big Dick Shing and Fung's father
- Jolie Fan as Jolie, Fung's first love
- Elena Kong as Hung, owner of a nightclub and Fung's cousin
- Tony Ho as Ben, Michelle's husband and Chloe's father
- Ronan Pak as Chris, a gigolo
- La Ying as Peter, Chloe's friend and also, Fung's rich high school classmate.
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- "New local films disappoint at China box office". Film Business Asia. 2015-02-10. Retrieved 2015-03-25.
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