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Michael Tse’s Laughing Gor Character Was So Popular, “Over 200,000” Fans Mourned His Death In E.U.

We can see why TVB decided to bring him back in Lives of Omission.

Michael Tse’s Laughing Gor Character Was So Popular, “Over 200,000” Fans Mourned His Death In E.U.

Fans doing silly — or downright crazy and creepy — things for their idols is far from a new phenomenon.

Back in 2009, Hongkong actor Michael Tse, 54, landed his breakout role as undercover cop Leung Siu Tong aka Laughing Gor in TVB series E.U.

The character was such a hit with audiences that he got two movie spin-offs, Turning Point and Turning Point 2, as well as a drama sequel, Lives of Omission.

And judging from the super dramatic reactions to Laughing Gor dying towards the end of E.U, we can totally see why producers wanted to bank on his popularity and release more shows centred around him.

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